I would haveProbably the reason Trump tried to buy Greenland.
Working a week to get a turkey! We've got it pretty good now. Puts the crying about food prices into perspective...By the 1920s, advances in food production had led to lower prices across the board. Small farms were absorbed into large ones. Cutting-edge farm machinery arrived. And domestic turkeys, which had once largely resembled their wild cousins, were bred to mature faster and grow to gargantuan proportions – today they often suffer from skeletal problems, because their bones haven't kept pace with their oversized bodies.
A decade later, turkeys were finally affordable to ordinary people – though they still cost about a week's wages