Thanksgivukkah Dreidel on Building 10
|Date:||December 3-4, 2013 (Thanksgivukkah)|
To celebrate the confluence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, which occurs only once roughly every 70,000 years, hackers decorated Building 10 with a banner "Happy Thanksgivukkah!" and a decorated dreidel.
Rather than the typical American lettering -- נ (Nun) (Gimel) ה (Hei) ש (Shin), an abbreviation of "A great miracle happened there" -- the dreidel was lettered in the Israeli fashion -- נ (Nun) ג (Gimel) ה (Hei) פ (Pei), an abbreviation of "A great miracle happened here," perhaps also a nod to the MIT Architecht I.M. Pei.