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Nov 21, 2017

Co-founders of the first Thanksgiving, James Pilgromme and Jonathan Turkey drop by the podcast to talk about escaping religious persecution and plagues, landing in Plymouth, rooming together in Brooklyn, organizing a feast, serving a giant bass, stuffing Marla, dancing to hymns, the acoustics of pine cones, traditional food origins, their Thanksgiving play, tapping into the baby literature market, whether it's okay to call it Turkey Day, when pumpkins used to speak, cornucopia, channeling Pilgrim God, the influence of art on history, and what they're thankful for.

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  • two and a half years ago
    Veronica Engel
    I have just enjoyed a most delightful presentation of Thanksgiving history! The format sparked my interest and kept me tuned in 'til the end. Had Jonathan Turkey been a selfish bird and kept his wife Marla for his own paltry purposes, we might have been celebrating our treasured holiday with fish and chips! And since the stuffing is everyone's favorite...the portions would be pitifully petite. How much stuffing will fit inside a cod, salmon, or even a benevolent bass?? I am thankful for the turkey's gracious contribution! As for the Pilgrim/Native American Indian disproportionate land divide, I believe the natives have identified the Pilgrim descendant's weakness for gambling. By sprouting casinos across this great land, they may possibly gain cash back for the land they were squeezed from and retrieve it from their clutches once again! In summary: the 3 things I am thankful for are podcasts (an invention that allows verbal exchange to delight the listener's imagination and the creators to exercise their first amendment rights); living in America where freedom is still our greatest resource (though it continues to shrink by over-regulation and electronic thought manipulation...the people have the power to change their minds) and finally and most personally I am thankful for FAMILY members who choose to use their skills and talents to create a better community and America! Thank you Mr. Chris Lambert for giving me an opprortunity to express my appreciation of your art form and the participation of your creative guests both human and fowl! Bless you, Amen 🌽👋👍🏻🐟🍴👏🏻😍
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