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  • Turkey does not make you sleepy. But go ahead and believe that if it makes you feel better about overeating.
  • Yes, Pat Robertson. Mac and cheese is totally a black thing. As such, it was a little-noticed civil rights advance when Kraft introduced its mac and cheese in 1937.

    Either that or mac and cheese is a widely popular dish eaten by many white people. But who am I to question Pat Robertson?

  • After high school student Emma Sullivan jokingly tweeted that she had told Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback that he sucked, his office complained:
    Sullivan says things developed quickly: She landed in the principal’s office for a scolding that lasted nearly an hour. She says she was told the “not so nice” comments had embarrassed her school and the district and that “damage control” with the governor’s office was the next step.

    So Shawnee Mission East is forcing her to write an apology to the governor’s office, with the principal even giving her talking points to hit.

    That is some thin gubernatorial skin and a pretty craven principal, right there.

  • Jon Huntsman is proposing to crack down on too big to fail.
  • Some tips for surviving Thanksgiving dinner. Also more here.
  • The rise and fall of turkey pricing.
  • If you are of the view that egg nog is for Thanksgiving as well as Christmas, I give you perhaps the greatest egg nog recipe ever.

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