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Today We Are All Turkeys
Thursday - 11/25/2010, 4:00am EST
Anyhow whether you are doing turkey, tofu or tacos, this is one of those warm and fuzzy holidays.
And whether you are sitting around a table outdoors in Texas, beside a roaring fire in Michigan or heading for Washington's Reagan National Airport, have a good holiday from all of us here at WFED.
And if you've got some down time, refer to last Monday's column which tests your federal IQ and how much your friends and relatives know about the federal government. Including where your holiday turkey originated.
MC & friends.
Nearly Useless Thanksgiving Week Factoid
by Suzanne Kubota
Only tom turkeys gobble. Hen turkeys make a clicking noise.
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