Horacy Kociolek
Horacy Kociolek voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

Nah ... Leftovers for my (large, extended) family usually lasts a month.  

Though I heard a suggestion from an economist on NPR this morning, that due to internet sales and "early" starts on Black Friday ... It should be called "Grey November" or something.

IMO, that just reinforces how dreary November is, though.  LOL

Horacy Kociolek
Horacy Kociolek voted up SuperFly Original's answer

No. Then we start the whole process where.... We can't think for ourselves and make our own decisions based on our income and state of well-being. My grandmother lives a very stable life and she has been gambling in AC for years, to have fun! She is over 70 years old and has not gone … Read more

Horacy Kociolek
Horacy Kociolek voted up The Z.'s answer

No. You can't legislate common sense. It would be outright injustice to the greater number who enjoy gambling sensibly and those who earn paychecks working in casinos. Not to mention that the legal gambling industry contributes to local tax revenue, and tourism business.