Monday, October 4, 2010

Life On The Mississippi

"The only things my chickens won't eat are celery and onion skins, because even a chicken knows that eating celery is like Keynesian stimulus, a waste of time and energy, costing more to consume than the act will generate."
-- Thomas Luongo, in the essay How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Respect the Chicken

" for the contents of his skull, they could have changed place with the contents of a pie and nobody would have been the worse off for it but the pie." More HERE.

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