10 Things You Might Not Know About Thanksgiving

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Sure, we all know that Thanksgiving- the blessed holiday we're celebrating today - is an annual excuse to eat ourselves into oblivion, watch football, argue with the fam, and drink a boatload of beer.

But there are also a handful of things you might not know about Thanksgiving, like that groups of Native Americans actually celebrate Un-Thanksgiving Day each year at Alcatraz.



Here are a few lesser-known facts we've compiled to help keep the day in perspective.

Enjoy, and pass the Christmas Ale.




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