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April 07, 2010

THAT WILL TEACH IT

When the cop responded to a call for a "large, orange chicken running at large" in a residential lawn, he got his fireman friend to skewer Connie the chicken with a bow and arrow, police said.

(Thanks to Allen at Division)

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"The department's opinion is that the officer could have used much better judgment in the resolution of this issue," said Lower Merion Lt. Christopher Polo.

Marco --
Marco --

he got his fireman friend to skewer Connie the chicken

Mmmm, rotiss rottisse broiled cjicken.

Damn spellchekker.

What a chicken sh** thing to do.

"There was no sign of the other chicken anywhere," she said, "which is odd, because chickens don't hide; they putter around."
I did not know that chickens played putt-putt.

Robin Hood never would have shot a chicken.

Why did the chicken cross the playground?

To get to the other slide.

Why did the chicken cross the playground?

To get to the other slide.

Reminds me of a scene from Reno 911 in Miami. Sorry about my poor linky technical ability
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49r-bhnW_IY

"When the officer located it, he felt that it was a threat to other domestic animals"
Had it treed a dog?

Keep pluckin' those chickens!

The cops are just jealous that the local school board is getting all of the attention right now.

What bonmot said!

--Ernie Anastos

Chickens on the Lam WBAGNFA Nicolas Cage movie.

He coulda choked the chicken.

a "large, orange chicken running at large"
Reminds of college... .

It should have read.....

"You can't Choke one chicken by itself; you need a little flock," Steltzer said.

Yes a little flock is always good. It cuts down on heart attacks!

Get that fireman to fire upon the reporter for using the line "Flew the coop" in the article.

Am I the only one who's impressed that someone was able to hit a small moving target using a bow? O.K., maybe it's just me.

Robin Hood never would have shot a chicken.

Chicken on the lam? Least it wasn't a lamb on the chicken. That never ends well.

It's 10 p.m. Do you know where your chickens are?

Ha! This happened at the end of my road!

I almost hit 4 deer as they crossed my road in a group last week. I wonder if they were the same kamikaze deer.

oops

*moves post over to deer thread*

If anyone has the unidentified officer's phone number, I'd like to talk to him about my neighbor's rooster.

Tastes like . . . well, you know.

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