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Friday, November 26, 2010


James: I know karma doesn't necessarily work this way, but this sure is ironic:

Bernard Matthews, known in Britain as the 'turkey tycoon,' died on Thursday [Thanksgiving, when many Americans eat turkey and give thanks for things in their life] at the age of 80, his company said. "He is the man who effectively put turkey on the plates of everyday working families."

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Jayarava said...

Is it ironic that one man raised and killed millions of turkey's but himself lived to a ripe of age, is highly thought of in his national and community, and was very successful in business?

They call him James Ure said...

@Jayarava...I left out the part that he died on Thanksgiving, which is the day when many Americans traditionally eat turkey.

They call him James Ure said...

I have corrected the error in the post. Sorry for the confusion.

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