On Nov 20, 2006, at 1:16 PM, Kristin Gangwer wrote:
Dear Mr. Jefferies:
I work for Nerve, an award-winning online sex and culture magazine based in Manhattan. Each Thursday we publish an advice column titled “Sex Advice From…______”. Each week we fill in the blank with a different group of people: for example, “Sex Advice From…Public Defenders,” “Sex Advice From…Wedding Singers,” “Sex Advice From…Organic Farmers.” Last Thanksgiving we ran the “Sex Advice From…Organic Farmers” column; this Thanksgiving, we’re trying to expand on the holiday theme with “Sex Advice From…Turkey Farmers.” If you currently have turkeys (or have ever in the past) and are willing, we would love your assistance with this! I have included a list of questions for you to answer and return via e-mail. We also ask that you include a photo of yourself, your first name, and age. No other identifying information will be published. However, if you would like for us to provide a link to your blog or farm website, we’d be more than happy to do so.
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Wow. Weirder and weirder… I seem to be pulling in all sorts of offers. Seems legit, or at least not the usual spam. Reminds me of the Wife Swap incident.
Well, in other news, we got three more courses of concrete blocks up along the north and parts of the east and west walls of our tiny cottage. The last thing we did was insulate all the vertical walls for the cold night ahead. Fresh cement does not do well when frozen. It is definitely feeling more Novemberish!