A role-playing game (RPG and sometimes role-playing game) is a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting, or through a process of structured decision-making or character development. Actions taken within many games succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines.
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Diner Dash is all about a young burnt out
corporate employee named Flo. She gets tired
of running the rat race and so opens up her
own restaurant. You can play the game in two
modes – Flo’s Career and Endless Shift.
For the first mode, you will start out with a
rundown diner. You play as Flo and your
ultimate goal is to open the restaurant of
your dreams. You need to attract and serve as
many customers as needed to reach...Read
Rearrange the letters to reveal words and phrases connected with Thanksgiving. Spelling counts!
1. g r i m l i p s
2. v e r s a t i l e
3. M e n o v e r b
4. M r. S i d T u c k
5. O h, m e!
6. e a r c l o s e s
7. b o w s h i n e
8. p r a t t l e
9. D e a r P a
10. b e a r d
The first Thanksgiving football game was started in 1934 by which team?
1. Detroit Lions
2. Green Bay Packers
3. Kansas City Chiefs
4. Pittsburgh Steelers Solution
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Thanksgiving - What Were the Pilgrims Thankful For
It is impossible to ponder those brave Pilgrims, our forefathers, risking life and limb and enduring the perils of the sea, the unknown, starvation and deprivation of every sort without wondering about the very strong reasons they were so willing to face these perils and hardships. Discovering their reasons also provided answers to how the first Thanksgiving came about. The Pilgrims gave thanks because they saw the promise of their quest near at hand and in some small way at the harvest time of that first year it looked like their dream had gotten itself underway.....
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The turkeys revolted three years ago. Not coincidentally, that was the same year mankind last had Thanksgiving dinner. We should have seen it coming. It was the logical conclusion of our perennial turkey oppression. Years of slicing, dicing, chopping, and carving in the name of tastiness. Gobble-gobble, indeed. Even as the revolution flared, we thought it would be easy. We thought they were dim-witted, clumsy, unworthy adversaries. We thought they would soon be on our Thanksgiving dinner table again. We thought wrong. They had outside help.