Let's Talk Turkey: Who Will Be Pardoned?

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Nov. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Julianna Goldman reports on the White House Thanksgiving turkey pardon. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Both sound like.

[gobbling noises] you can hear that caramel is a bit quicker.

Popcorn, on the other hand, is a bit more garbled.

They also have distinct taste in song and music.

Caramel lines of more with lady gaga, his favorite song is bad romance, popcorn is more of a beyonce person, his favorite song is halo.

Both of these turkeys got a lovely evening last night, spending it at the willard inter continental and from here they will be going to mount vernon, the home of our first resident, george washington.

But just because they are spared from slaughter here does not guarantee them a longer life.

Parents should cover the years of the children here.

I hate to break it to you, but all eight of the turkeys that the president has pardoned have gone on to greener pastures, if you know what i am saying.

They have not live longer lives because these guys are bred to be beaten.

They are all about 40 pounds or so and are not the healthiest butter balls.

Noted on all fronts.

Thank you very much, especially for bringing us the sound effects.

We have a very quick break to take and when we come back, we will take it to chicago to check in on how the weather is affecting holiday travel, plus a look at a new $4000 smartphone inspired by a luxury sports car.


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