Just a quick 90-second post on this, the American Thanksgiving holiday. Take a moment, if you will, to consider all that there is to be thankful for. If you have a job, then be thankful, even if it's the worst job in the world. If you're getting a paycheck and making the rent, then things aren't probably all that bad. If you're healthy, then be thankful, because there are millions who aren't. If you're a civilian, then be thankful for our troops. No matter what your opinion is on Iraq, et al, there is no denying the thankless service these men and women provide for our country and the world. Lastly, be thankful for the resources and freedom we have. Sure, net neutrality would be nice, as would a final solution to spam and the DNS security problems. But, for the most part, we should be very thankful that we're generally dealing with electronic attackers who are costing companies time, money, resources, but not lives. We could have it much worse. Lastly, be thankful for the freedoms we have in this country. Be thankful for the EFF and ACLU helping stand watch over those civil liberties, and be thankful that we're finally nearing the finite end of an abysmal administration.