Thursday, November 26, 2015

Happy Turkey Day From Daily Turismo

Enjoy a day of rest from your job (or a day of toiling away at your minimum wage job if you work in retail in the US of A -- Black Friday Eve is a work day for many) because today is Thanksgiving.  We're going to take a break from featuring all these turkeys and eat some turkey...but first, a list of things we are thankful for after the jump.

DTs Thankful List:

1. Zip Ties
2. Tips
4. Fuel Injection
5. Depreciation
6. Appreciation
7. The Otto Cycle
8. Disc Brakes
9. Family
10. High Speed Internet

That's it...see you guys tomorrow.  Happy Thanksgiving.


  1. Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends on DT. We up here in the Great White North will take over temporarily while you rest. Enjoy your time off.


    1. I have to LAUGH all over again at this Poster - I was in the US Air Force when it found its way onto the anti-war poster genre - just as the I WANT OUT poster did - however - the High Command of the Air Force was incensed by this and Banned it from being displayed by any personnel, with a stiff penalty for those that did. I always wanted one of them - I found a limited offering of a variant as originally distributed by the Kings of Clubs nightclub in Denver , Colorado - On that it Reads; You Can Sleep Tonight Your Airforce is ALERT!!! I purchased the reprint on eBay. Same image- just different wording. It is now framed and hanging in my home library. Over and out!

  2. By the way, what is with the Fiat-Chrysler tie in to the Hunger Games? Are there even cars in those stories?

    (I freely admit to knowing slightly less than NOTHING about the Hunger Games franchise)

    1. Bobinott, I think they are trying to say that if you buy a new Chrysler your kids will be hungry.
      Also re Canadian Thanksgiving -- Glad to hear someone is working hard today!!

  3. Thankful the Detroit Lions won today, JB Weld, and thankful I have not had to attempt a CIS rebuild on the two Audi 5000.


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