Fail Blog shares a funny comic strip
TheFW shares "eight/8 wacky Presidential turkey pardon moments -- As holidays go, Thanksgiving sure has its share of odd traditions. Live parades with lip-synched musical numbers! Mincemeat pies and Jell-O molds! Grandma Ruthie removing her dentures at the dinner table! Not even the President of the United States (U.S.) is spared his share of the inanity. Case in point: the presidential turkey pardon, an annual pre-Thanksgiving practice in which the POTUS makes a speech about the stuff we should all be thankful for and then poses for a photo-op with a live turkey before sending it off to live the rest of its life uneaten (by humans, anyway).
Next Media Animation (NMA), with its funny 1.25 minutes animated YouTube video, and American Farm Bureau Federation report that "the cost of Thanksgiving dinner is rising. The American Farm Bureau Federation says a Thanksgiving meal for 10 people will increase $5.73 to $49.20. That is a 13 percent rise over last year.
CNN shares a happy 9/11's ground zero story of a survivor, but it is not a human being. It is a plant from an office.
Dark Roasted Blend shares a Directory Journal titled "Noodles: How Pasta Came From China to America -- Pasta is a staple of American cuisine these days. But not long ago most types of pasta noodles were considered pretty foreign, something only non-Americans ate. How did noodles go from alien to commonplace in American eating habits?
Blue's News share a weird Flash game titled "Feed Our Doughnut Overlords" on Games For Work and its official web site, Agame.com -- "Buy items for the planet, then feed giant doughnuts enough items to keep them from attacking." "The donuts will eat you...and your little dog too! ... To keep them from gobbling down the planet itself, feed your donut overlords their favorite foods. Tame their tummies and save the planet!"