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24 November 2011

Small Business Saturday Is BIG

The definition of oxymoron:
figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction
A commonly used example of an oxymoron is "jumbo shrimp."  There's a new one now: "Small Business Saturday," as sponsored by American Express , promoted on facebook and supported by Constant Contact, perhaps the biggest names in "small business."  The tagline says it all: When we all shop small, it will be huge.

Sorry, Books on First does not accept American Express due mainly to the high fees associated with doing business with the organization, but we will be open as usual on Saturday, at 7am. Hope to see you then.

By the by, I have to show you what we'll be eating for Thanksgiving.  Someone snuck up to our farmette and took this picture before four of our heritage turkeys left this mortal coil.  Best wishes for many things for which to be thankful.

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