|The recent American Thanksgiving holiday occurred during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah for the first time in over 100 years, and the next time will be in about 80,000 years. I think it's safe to say it'll actually never happen again, for a pretty simple reason: Religions and societies don't last that long. Granted, we have kind of limited data on this. I ain't no scholar, but the oldest active religions are maybe 3000 years old, and the oldest continuous civilization is around 5000 years old. But it would be at least a little naive to think Judaism will still be around in 80 centuries, and it would be ridiculously short-sighted to assume America will still be a nation then. Not to mention the fact that humans will probably melt the earth with nuclear weapons or die off from a pandemic before then. Either way, happy holidays.