Happy Thanksgiving

can cranberry

Another thing we're thankful for: ridges from the can.

AOA has a lot to be thankful for this year -- most of all the many interesting, smart, funny people who contributed, commented, sent along ideas or supported us.

Thank you. We appreciate it.

Comments

you're welcome!

Man AOA, you have nice cans (of jellied cranberry sauce!)

Thank you. For doing what you do. Tirelessly and every day.
Seriously, living in Albany is better because AOA is here.

I second what Daniel B. said. AOA is a wonderful resource in the Capital District. I'm thankful for the work that you do every day.

We love you, too. Happy Thanksgiving!

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