I’m of the opinion that every major American holiday, if not just every holiday, is on some level a ritualistic celebration designed to disguise indulging in vice. Fourth of July is pride, Christmas avarice, Valentine’s Day is lust, and Thanksgiving is, of course, gluttony.
The counterpoint is that while enjoying these vices, we tend to […]
So claims Daniel de Vise over at the WaPo, and I think he makes a compelling case for tricking out everyone’s favorite foul for feasting:
The possibilities for genetic manipulation seem endless. At a bare minimum, the turkey might be genetically engineered to convey a bit more flavor. And turkeys aren’t the most comely […]
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