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Coming Up: Turkeys of the Year

Thanksgiving not only means turkeys on the plate, it means turkeys on the page. The

Houston Press

’s Fifth Annual Turkeys of the Year package comes out next week.

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And this year it’s completely Sugar Land-free!! No Tom DeLay! No Shelley “Dracula Cunt” Sekula-Gibbs!! (Sorry, Wonkette.)

There was no shortage of candidates for Turkey of the Year this time around, but you’ll have to wait until next week to see who wins the honor.

We certainly may have missed some likely prospects, though. Feel free to let us know who you think should be on the short list. And remember, just being nominated is its own reward. -- Richard Connelly

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