Thanksgiving Fun Stuff-ing

When shopping for Thanksgiving, one should remember that some “free giveaways” are to be avoided at all costs:

Here’s a few more shopping thoughts from Feasting on a Budget [infographic]:

Via Feasting on a Budget [infographic]

Finally, did you know that Benjamin Franklin actually preferred the Turkey over the Bald Eagle as the national bird of the United States? And no, I’m not talking about the plump “domesticated” variety you’ll be serving up tomorrow, but genuine “wild” Turkeys – ones that can actually fly – like those in the PBS documentary My Life as a Turkey. The entire program is at that site. Check it out some time. I think you’d like it! :D

I want ice water.

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26 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Fun Stuff-ing

  1. No real Turkey Day here this year. The kids are going skiing tomorrow and we’re getting together for dinner out on Friday. I don’t blame my daughter-in-law for choosing skiing over a day on the slopes. A big T-Day meal is, at best, a lot of work for the hostess. Maybe I’ll order a pizza tomorrow.

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  3. WKRP was one of those shows that will always stay with you . . . Les Nesmond and his tape walls and door. Venus Flytrap, such a great DJ name. But the turkey drop–that was absolutely epic. Epically epic, if I might. “As god as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”

  4. Enjoyed the info about Turkey Day and the DanceVideo..are you the guy with the box on your head……I know, you just don’t want anyone to know your talents…LOL.
    HAVE A GOOD ONE MAK……….

  5. Loved the ‘infographic’ every tip, info facts and stats including turkey shopping was covered in there. :D
    I do hope you enjoyed your gobble gobble day.
    Rx

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