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Do we have a right to question the motives of a chicken who has recently crossed a road?
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+ 0 10 replies 0 views Apr 12, 2015 |
No way. We've been harassing that chicken about it's motives for too long. Give it a break, people!
Only if she layed 3 eggs in the middle of the road.
yes, because chickens dont generally stray outside their immediate territory... there has to be a method to their madness
Men/women have to cross the road in order for a culture to survive... ie: go to work, to the store,go buy a hamburger.. etc.....chickens have everything they need on the ground or in the chicken coup....and im not even gonna get into the dangers they take by not looking both ways and getting run over by a car.. :/.. and how much stress that puts on the farmers.. thats a whole other thread
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It is just rude. If you were a chicken, would you want the right to cross the road for whatever reason you desired. It's repulsive that these poor poultry are constantly questioned and joked about. Think of your mother. Don't you want her to feel comfortable crossing the road? We simply cannot restrict the rights of chickens. If we do this, what's next? Jailing chickens in horrid outdoor prisons and slaughtering them for food? Disgusting!
*sighs*.. smh... fine, looks like we're gonna have to agree to disagree.. now excuse me but i have a sudden urge for some KFC..
CHICKEN POWER!!!! I am a chicken liberal R

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