Yes, you, the user, for visiting our Web site as much as you do. No matter, if you’re a fan of Anne Murray, Belinda Carlisle or Swollen Members, all those clicks add up and allow us to continue the service that the Internet community has known and trusted since 1931.

We’d also like to thank the generous men and women who make up the concert industry. Whether you’re the talent buyer for local acts at your brother’s bar, a big-time agent representing Ministry or the road manager for The Vandals and John McEuen, we’d like to thank you for allowing us a peak into your very special, magical world.

And speaking of the concert industry, we’d like to thank those who gave us front row seats for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, the people who arranged for us to hang out in Asbury Park with Bruce, and the folks who worked out the details for Elton John, Cher, and Paul McCartney to serenade us in our offices. You guys are really swell.

And while we’re at it, we would also like to thank those in the concert industry who arranged for all those free dinners after seeing Jackson Browne and Santana, the free limo rides to see Bon Jovi and those fantastic parties thrown in our honor after attending concerts by James Taylor and Mark Knopfler. You shouldn’t have, but you did, you crazy, crazy, dudes. We love ya.

Of course, Thanksgiving is also a time to reflect on those less fortunate than ourselves. Therefore, we’d like to spend a moment to remember those who couldn’t get backstage passes for Red Hot Chili Peppers as well as the people who didn’t have the opportunity to dine with Mick and Keith. Finally, we’d also like to take a moment to remember those who have suffered the most during this time of economic misfortune and could only afford the nosebleed seats for Phish and Guns N Roses. A moment of silence, if you will…

Okay, that’s enough. Let’s eat!