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November 19th, 2007
10:44 PM ET

This Thanksgiving...

First off today, I want to thank all of you who've been commenting on our blog.  We want this to be a place where your voice can be heard, and it always makes us glad to see that you're logging on and typing in your opinions.  (The teachers who've taken the time to enter their students' comments get an honorable mention here!)

Second, I want to wish all of you an awesome Thanksgiving holiday.  I always viewed this time as the first real break of the school year; it gives you a chance to catch your breath and hopefully catch up with your family and friends.  The turkey package we whipped up for Tuesday's show was meant to be a goofy sort of send-off, and I hope it gave you something to smile about before you left for the holiday.  Who knew that Ben Franklin loved turkeys?  I didn't think that anyone could be so enthusiastic about something that gobbles.


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  1. Jessica

    I THINK WHAT THAT LADY DID TO HER IS NOT A RESPOSSIBLE ADULT AT ALL AND SHE NEEDS TO PAY FOR IT.

    November 20, 2007 at 1:05 pm |
  2. Victoria

    I feel so sorry!!

    November 21, 2007 at 8:17 pm |
  3. ryan

    Mr. Azuz i wanna say its an honor to post on the cnn blog i love the show i watch it every day well everyday its on lol i think u r the best anchor ever u have a great sense of humor just between u and me i wanna be the next carl azuz lol

    November 27, 2007 at 10:40 am |
  4. Moli

    Thanks Carl!
    I know its a little late but I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving too. Also I wanted to wish you a happy holidays! You are the man carl!
    – Moli

    December 4, 2007 at 2:25 pm |
  5. Ryan

    First thing i want to say is that none should take Myspace as seriously as this one girl had. The secound thing i want to say is that the lady that made the "boy's" account should be more than ashamed of what she did. She effectivly killed another by controlling her emotions so that she contiplatded killing herself. This was intensly wrong of that woman. The nerve of her to tell the girls parents to just move on is unthinkable. Some kind of charges should be filled against her. It should work the same way as if a suicide hotline operator told the caller to kill themself.

    December 6, 2007 at 2:53 pm |