Turkey, gravy, sweet potatoes? Yes, please. We're counting down the days until we drown in #Thanksgiving food. This year, though, we’re turning to the experts for simple and delicious recipes http://goo.gl/Bhv2u to help us make this year’s feast better than ever. What are you excited to cook this year? We’re getting hungry just thinking about it.
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- Nov 19, 2012
- Lost my appetite already, where's my Nexus 4?Nov 19, 2012
- The italian people want this service from Google...........Nov 20, 2012
- i think maybe it's time to split the Google Play group into regional versions? The minority of people here celebrate Thanksgiving (for better or worse, it's simply not a local holiday here in Germany). Most of the announcements i've seen via this group are only relevant/available in the U.S. (e.g. the Simpsons, Battlestar Galactica, and now Thanksgiving).Nov 20, 2012
- I do want to see what is being offered on Google Play in the USA because it is a peek into the future of what will hopefully come to other parts of the world.
BTW: The Simpsons and Battlestar Galactica are on TV in Germany and are/were both hugely popular here. So stop your whining (and stop reading anti-American propaganda magazines like Spiegel and STERN) and enjoy what America produces for your free use.Nov 20, 2012
- i'm not whining about the lack of Battlestar and Simpsons (i've seen Battlestar and don't like the Simpsons), and i am a U.S. citizen, i just happen to live in Germany, find 90% of the announcements here useless for any purposes outside the U.S. (e.g. the links don't work), and i want to make those posting content to this stream aware that the U.S. is not the only country out there. What is announced in the U.S. does not always come to Europe (or anywhere else, for that matter). Google is a huge international company and i find it odd that this stream only gets U.S.-centric posts.Nov 21, 2012