posted on 11/19/2005 10:25:18 AM PST
We've got wild ones here. I just never see one during hunting season. Very cool birds.
posted on 11/19/2005 10:27:05 AM PST
(Now that taglines are cool, I refuse to have one.)
Whew! What a relief. From the title I thought someone had uncovered my life story.
And in 2004, 59 million of them voted for Hanoi Kerry.
posted on 11/19/2005 10:34:09 AM PST
(Democrats think 1984 is an instruction manual)
Interesting history! Thanks. I've seen them in the wild (I'm in Washington), but not often.
posted on 11/19/2005 10:40:51 AM PST
(Government wants the same things I do - MY guns, MY property, MY freedoms!)
History Of The Turkey!
The history of MY turkey usually consists of being basted and cooked for a few hours.
And then you don't wanna know the rest.
posted on 11/19/2005 10:42:16 AM PST
(Islam is merely Nazism without the snappy fashion sense.)
So, now we're finding out that turkey and mashed potatoes is a Latin American meal? Man, where's it gonna end?
posted on 11/19/2005 6:05:53 PM PST
by fat city
("The nation that controls magnetism controls the world.")
To: blam; FairOpinion; Ernest_at_the_Beach; StayAt HomeMother; 24Karet; 3AngelaD; asp1; ...
Happy Thanksgiving all! We're having chicken this year. :') A "Thoroughly Modern Miscellany" topic for Gods, Graves, and Glyphs. The Mayans are mentioned, that's ancient, or close to it. :')
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posted on 11/24/2005 7:30:23 AM PST
(Down with Dhimmicrats! I last updated my FR profile on Wednesday, November 2, 2005.)
Yuuummmmmm we love wild turkey. They are elusive. Honey did not get one this year, saw lots of sign, spooked a flock but could not get off a shot.
posted on 11/24/2005 8:50:37 AM PST
(Main Stream Media -- Making 'Max Headroom' a reality.)
To: Dallas59; SunkenCiv
In response to the long tale of how the turkeys name was derived, I was under the impression that there was a history in England, and possibly the rest of Europe, of referring to large game birds as turkeys.
posted on 11/27/2005 5:26:56 PM PST
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