New York Man Stabs Another Man After Argument Over Guest List For Thanksgiving Dinner

_Freedom_From_Want__-_NARA_-_513539David Williams, 56, finally resolved who will not be invited to Thanksgiving.  He is clearly off the list.  The Queens man became angry about who would be invited, specifically whether his girlfriend would be included.  When his sister Dianna Gadson, 66, objected, he grabbed a knife.  The rest is Norman Rockwell meets Jerry Springer.

 

Williams allegedly got into a shouting match and then shoved Gadson, prompting her boyfriend, Silas Stewart, 54, to intervene.  Williams is quoted as saying “I want you the f–k out of here” before stabbing Stewart in the chest with a kitchen knife.  He then fled.
 

On the bright side, this shows that your dinner last night went remarkably well . . . all things considered.  This is also why Johnny Carson said Thanksgiving is an emotional holiday. People travel thousands of miles to be with people they only see once a year. And then discover once a year is way too often.

10 thoughts on “New York Man Stabs Another Man After Argument Over Guest List For Thanksgiving Dinner

  1. The topic of “politics at Thanksgiving” seemed to come up a lot the past few days. Maybe he was a Dem and the victim was a RepubliCon.

  2. Hello my friends. It’s been a pretty epic day. I’m back alive from a house dinner.

    I was warned in advance about the invite. Yeah it was weird. The pets: A cat, dog, parrot, snake boa constrictor, tarantula size of mans hand & a pot belly pig.

    As always, have a nice day.

  3. Three men were discussing the definition of the term “savoir faire”. They agreed that the term was not susceptible to a precise definition. Rather, it must be expressed through an example.

    The first man claimed “Savoir faire is when a man comes home, sees his wife in bed with another man, and simply turns and walks away”.

    The second man disagreed. “No. Savoir faire occurs when a man comes home, sees his wife in bed with another man, exclaims ‘carry on’, and walks away”.

    It was now the third man’s turn. “Nice try, both of you, but savoir faire occurs when a man comes home, sees his wife in bed with another man, exclaims ‘carry on’, and the couple complies”.

    In this case, savoir faire would be if dinner was served with the remaining guests.

  4. he issue seemed so important at the time to Mr. Williams; it will probably gain its proper perspective as he thinks about the incident while in jail.

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