Yesterday I realized that I need to do some spring cleaning in my mailbox. I need to open space for new mails, and get rid of the garbage.
During the cleaning , I found this two years old mail. One of my friends sent it to me, and I must find it interesting to keep it. (or I was busy and simply said, ok, I will read it later, and then forgot)
It was one of those forward mails, someone read some interesting article and starts passing on to the others.
The article in the mail was about how the turkey got its name. I don’t know I long it was in the forwarding process before it got caught by my mailbox.
It was written by Giancarlo Casale, PhD. Giancarlo Casale is currently an assistant professor at the Department of History at the University of Minnesota.
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