Yeah, thought I'd start the obligatory post.


-I don't care if I'm the only one that gets this.

Anyways, it is extremely rare when (US) Thanksgiving and Hanukkah fall on the same day, what with the Gregorian calendar and the Hebrew lunar calender align. I've heard that the next one isn't for like, 3,000 years.. but the last one was in 1863? Weird. At least Turkey is Kosher, and I can imagine the haute-y toity chefs are creating several 'fusion cusine' dishes like Challah stuffing and Yam Latkes. Well, just gives us even more to be thankful for this year! Happy Thanksgiving to us in the US, Merry Hanukkah to all our Jewish friends, and Happy Holidays to all!
(I think at this point I need Powerman 5000 to remix "When Worlds Collide" to "When Holidays Collide".)
Mmm.. Food!