Thanks for the post. Many years ago I worked with a bunch of folks who provided projectionist services for meetings. We had a big scheduling board listing all the meetings for the week and our assignments. The guy who posted meetings on the board liked to draw silly cartoons for holidays (a flag for the Fourth of July for example). I walked in the office one day to see him staring at the board and scratching his head. “What’s wrong, Lou,” I asked.
“I don’t know” he replied, “I just put up the schedule for Thanksgiving week and there’s something strange about if but I can’t figure out what’s wrong.” We both studied the board for a while agreeing that something wasn’t right, but we were at a loss to figure out what it was.
That’s when the boss walked in, looked at the board and announced that a four-legged turkey would indeed be welcome on many Thanksgiving tables.
We all had a good laugh as Lou corrected his artwork.
If we weren't meant to eat animals, then why are they made of meat?