And happy Thanksgiving to all…

…from EneMan.

Here’s wishing everyone who celebrates it a Happy Thanksgiving. As you might expect, our blog mascot is joining in the fun, preparing the turkey, and loading up on tryptophan!

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Believe it or not, given my usual prolific nature, I’m taking the day off from blogging to engage in the traditional Thanksgiving Day activities of eating, drinking, and falling asleep on the couch watching football.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone, and I’ll be back tomorrow.

You know, this reminds me. I’ve been very, very remiss in not featuring everyone’s favorite blog mascot for his usual monthly appearance. I’ll have to remedy that sometime over the long holiday weekend. In the meantime, those of you who can’t resist hitting the Internet on a holiday (or those of you who don’t happen to be American), consider this a holiday open thread.


  1. #1 Ahistoricality
    November 22, 2007

    And Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

    Many thanks for the infusion (sorry) of Eneman: I feel so much better now!

  2. #2 idlemind
    November 22, 2007

    I sure hope he wasn’t involved in basting that turkey…

  3. #3 DuWayne
    November 22, 2007

    And a happyu thanksgiving to eneman from the five year old and I.

  4. #4 Dan
    November 22, 2007

    I enjoy your blog allot and for that I am Thankful. Here is to wishing you and all your readers a Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  5. #5 DLC
    November 22, 2007

    I’d like to give thanks to Orac for the interesting and informative blog. I’d like to thank Eneman for making my colonoscopy possible, even though fasting for a week would have been less unpleasant.

    And i’d like to thank the NY Jets and Dallas Cowboys for working on a holiday.

  6. #6 TheBrummell
    November 26, 2007

    A little late, I know, but…

    Would Eneman’s oversize proportions help or hinder with stuffing that turkey? I’m thinking a giant syringe with an extra-wide tip would be perfect for super-quick stuffing.

    Is his tip heat-resistant?

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