Passing fields of soy, corn and towering bleach-white windmills fanning out across windy plains, I arrive early one morning somewhere between Chicago and Indianapolis at a place that promises “sow much fun”.
I love pork. I like pigs. They’re cute, fun to eat and intelligent among mud-dwelling beasts. But what I don’t like is for my dinner to artificially resemble the killed animal from which it was derived. This is gross.
Most of you know ThinkGeek. Beyond that we chat about their products fairly often, their April Fools’ pranks are amongst the best on the web. One of this year’s pranks was for glitter-stuffed, SPAM-like unicorn meat. It caused some trouble.