Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving to all US readers

It is Thanksgiving today in the Us. "turkey day" for those who are not too clear on the concept. Since 55.97% of the hits I get come from the US (according to my counter today) I expect a drop in visitors for the day, as they heavily lurch from the dinner table to TV or conversation about the future of Venezuela. Thus US readers deserve a special note for the day.

Some Venezuelans, which are the second group of readers with 12.85%, will be celebrating Turkey day too. Though here it is more difficult: it is a working day and unless you and your guests take the day off, the earliest you can sit down for diner is after 7 PM, when Caracas traffic releases you. Not necessarily a good idea if you have to go to work next Friday..... Still, yours truly, even though Venezuelan and French will celebrate Thanksgiving tonight. I am totally global!

-The end-

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