Working on a HUGE project involving paper cuts and monkeys. Kidding only on the latter part.
The project should be done by the week after Thanksgiving.
Then I’ll be back with more charm, more snarl, more exposure of CubicleVille and its trappings, both inner and peripherally.
A partial re-post from last year @ Thanksgiving:
I thought I’d share with you some odd tidbits I discovered about turkeys…
- Turkeys have heart attacks. When the Air Force was conducting test runs and breaking the sound barrier, fields of turkeys would drop dead.
- Turkeys can drown if they look up when it is raining.
- Turkeys spend the night in trees. They fly to their roosts around sunset.
- Gobbling starts before sunrise and can continue through most of the morning.
I swear, I didn’t make this stuff up.
In the U.S. about 280 million turkeys are sold for the Thanksgiving celebrations.
Minnesota is the United States’ top turkey producing state, followed by North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana, and Virginia.
3,000 calories are consumed by the average person at Thanksgiving dinner.
50 million pumpkin pies are eaten at Thanksgiving.
72 million cans of Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce are purchased each year.
“See” ya soon!