Let's just say that zombies attacked America on October 31, 2014. And this particular brand of zombies began their marauding with the nation's turkeys. And they ate all of the live turkeys.
Furthermore, let's say that after a protracted drone war on the zombies, we were able to defeat all of them without substantial living human casualties by November 26.
And the nation rejoiced!
But then, it dawned on everyone: it was the day before Thanksgiving and all the turkeys were gone.
But luckily, the nation's food cold storage professionals would hold a press conference and announce to the nation, "Don't worry, everyone. Like every year around this time, we have more than 400 million pounds of frozen turkey in our warehouses."
And the people would rejoice again!
But then someone, a blogger probably, would ask, "But will there actually be enough to go around?"
And that would be a real question.
In the average fourth quarter of a year — October through December — Americans eat more than 1.3 billion pounds of turkey. That's 438 million pounds of turkey per month, though one has to assume the peaks are around Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Still, there'd be more than a pound of turkey meat in cold storage for every American.