Happy Thanksgiving from xda-developers!
Well, it is that time of the year again… gravy, cranberry sauce, and mashed potatoes. And needless to say, the biggest bird you can find in the supermarket. This is the one time of the year when we put our phones down and give thanks for everything and everyone around us. If you happen to not be able to get your mind out of things like the Nexus S with Gingerbread pictures that were featured earlier today, then simply be thankful for the resourceful people that we have on this site.
While it is an American tradition, we still would like to wish everyone in this wonderful community a fantastic Thanksgiving Day (whether you celebrate it or not), and remind everyone to always be thankful for everything in your life. And if you are getting ready to go shopping early in the morning on Black Friday but are still undecided on what your next phone will be, you may want to check out the Holiday Shopping Guide that we have prepared for you.
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