March 3, 2008 Bonus Blog Post
And without further ado, here is a video of the chickens, complete with multiple roosters:
This is prior to the deathfest on Saturday. Loved this title from Hugh Howard:
No Country For Old Chickens
"I was sorry to hear about the carnage at the chicken coop. It sounds like No Country for Old Chickens at your place. Which is a feeble segway into, Hey I finally got to see No Country for Old Men this past weekend. This is one well acted flick. I read the book and was pleased how close the movie followed the author’s story. I didn’t quite come away feeling as I do when I watch It’s a Wonderful Life but I really enjoyed it.
"I will confess that calling it a western is a stretch for me. To me a western is the classic style “Cowboy” movie set in the 1800s directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne, bad hats and all. I do understand the concept of the west. I loved the setting and scenery. It’s obviously set in the west.
"I have been in law enforcement all my adult life. To me the overriding theme is how nobody wins in the drug war. Nobody ever seems to have the upper hand and it can really end bloody. I’m just glad the old sheriff got to retire. I just hate he felt like a failure.
"By the way, after watching the movie, I have a serious hat question for you. Recommend a good summer straw hat. I would like to get one after watching the movie. Now I have to buy Jesse James (we never got it in a theatre close by here) so I can determine who I think should have the Oscar.”
"BBB: Jesus Bell, get the hell out of the chicken business!"
"He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat."
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