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The rooster will apparently be relocating to Vermont so consider this its "Why I'm Leaving New York" essay.
The 76-year-old victim died after her varicose vein wouldn't stop bleeding from the peck.
"He knew what it was like to feel beat up and alone. But he didn't let that turn him bitter. He used it to make himself better."
When Paris had an airfield where such flying apparatus were in fashion and in frequent use, the landing field where the montgolfières used to touch down was this vast expanse of grass inside the city perimeter, where the 16th arrondissement is now located.
These arrests and the enormous number of animal seized should open some eyes to the modern face of this abhorrent crime -- it's both more prevalent and more savage than most dare to think.
Don't let anyone tell you not to do you, crow. (via DPAF)
I feel so stupid. I've been completely preoccupied with my neck, when the whole time, it was my face that's been up to no good.
When roosters attack, things can get pretty ugly. And that's exactly what happened on Skibo Road May 12, Lower Saucon Township


I'm not suggesting that anyone in Congress need fear vengeful chickens or corn farmers, but continued abuse of Mother Nature
Roosters were forced to fight to the death even when they were hobbled with broken legs. One rooster that lost his fight was hung upside down by his leg and clubbed with a tree branch.
"I want to die in this house." That's what Michael Halberian, owner of the storied Steinway Mansion, declared late on Christmas Eve. Three days later, the house that brought Michael life took him back.
Deciding to raise chickens in an apartment that's smaller than a chicken coop isn't something Jules Corkery and Robert McMinn are doing on a whim.
Michael Halberian wanders through the central hall of the fabled Steinway Mansion and flips the switch that turns on the 1,000-pound crystal chandelier, big and round as the sun. It's motorized.
The video shows the man hugging, kissing and caressing a chicken as he lays on the subway train's floor. Some passengers