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I Am Gonna Catch My Neighbor's Chicken

 
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Eggs are $$$ now

I'm sure he knows this
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You are possibly the smartest animal in this pen.

Freaky scary Goat, like wow.

[bows respectfully]

The egg be well

Money itselfe?

Seemsayins?
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My neighbor choked my chicken!banana2
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This is the point tho, if the bird HAD choked on my roma, I mean, what then?

Do I take the dead bird and haggle to buy it if say he drops the price to 13.50 well the bird is then dead, having choked (in theory) and so the meat is not getting better by the minute,

How long can a chicken be dead in my yard before going bad??

It's fine to suggest thing and share you knowledge but think it through, give us something to work with, something to chew on, mentally I mean.
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Hey Crunch you think Woodland Hills and Canoga Park is irradiated?

When I read all that 1959 shit I was blown away, like an irradiated piece of cesium nesting in someone's lungs.

I would never have moved near there but Crown Burger has the best burger, so Canoga Park has that going for it. Not sure if CB is still there but I doubt the burgers are irradiated and even if they were, it's so worth it.
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My neighbor choked my chicken!banana2
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I was only kidding, OP takes shit too seriously.
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My neighbor choked my chicken!banana2
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I was only kidding, OP takes shit too seriously.
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That's true. Thank you for pointing that out, hehje I get it come on now, choking the chicken has something to do with sex right? Riiiiight?
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Anyway now that Fukishima has blown off I think chiecken ownership should be a right we can amend into the COTUS

The right to fowl.

And romas.
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Crunch62 you are moste welcome to take over all my threads wherever I may be,

I just love reading your words.
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Never my intention to take over anything. I thought it might be apt to contribute since we seem to have some common memories.

I get the feeling that if you were closer, we could be sitting on my back porch enjoying a cold one and swapping stories of the good old days. But its about 100 degrees on the porch right now and I don't feel like sitting out there.

My flock of hens is dwindling and I thought about getting some little chicks earlier this year to add to it. But then I thought about heat lamps and having to babysit them for weeks and decided not to. You can pick them at 2-3 days old for a couple bucks each.

Maybe better to spend $10-$12 at 3-4 months old and let somebody else do the nannying.
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You do know that chickens can fly, don't you?

They will fly over your gate to get home...
 Quoting: Masiro


SMART!

Other poster explained "Dude, shut your damn gate!"

But see, I have to shut my gate cause my neighbors love me and come to my door for cake, money, whatnot, just because they need a friend. So, a gate is what a popular man sometimes has to put into play. Like, if I am washing my bod, I need not put up with the neighbors, I am a firm believer in not answering the door.

However, my fence/gate is all 4" square fencewire and some chicken/cement wirefence as well, tastefully done, so I essentially roll my gate (hehe) and wire it open or closed.

I can explain it sort of like this:

"If there is one thing in this world I hate it is an unlocked footlocker, YOU KNOW THAT DON'T YOU??"

What movie is that from? See, that's why I mention the gate/fence this,

It is important to be a good neighbor, these replies say so, I agree.

But being a good neighbor means also, leaving those around you the fuck alone, and asking the same, at times.

LOL, but eggs, chickens and good neighbors are always welcome, everywhere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69516141


My chickens will fly over anything that short 4"(inches) you mean 4'(feet) and my chickens will fly over that too...

My cure for Chicken thieves....

Two Pit bulls with a taste for anyone moving in my yard at night....
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Crunch62 you are moste welcome to take over all my threads wherever I may be,

I just love reading your words.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69516141


Never my intention to take over anything. I thought it might be apt to contribute since we seem to have some common memories.

I get the feeling that if you were closer, we could be sitting on my back porch enjoying a cold one and swapping stories of the good old days. But its about 100 degrees on the porch right now and I don't feel like sitting out there.

My flock of hens is dwindling and I thought about getting some little chicks earlier this year to add to it. But then I thought about heat lamps and having to babysit them for weeks and decided not to. You can pick them at 2-3 days old for a couple bucks each.

Maybe better to spend $10-$12 at 3-4 months old and let somebody else do the nannying.
 Quoting: Crunch62


The intention to welcome you up is mine friend

I just lov words well placed, that evoke memories.

You seem so real, indeed, we would sit and talk about such things.

I guess what I mean is that I wish people like you just wrote threads for pages. People can bump my words if they agree.

Thanks!

Exactly what I had thought, about 12 bucks but this bird was a full hen, so she's obviously something he values, and I ain't the type to get upset because his good life spills over, family and friends and chickens are always welcome, hehe

I just thought this would be a fun thread

GLP is like a skateboard park and threads are like pools, I drop into a lot of threads but rarely make them, and when I make one, I wish more cool skateboarders or people would come skate my pool.

So well, your vista as a Californian is a lovely one. It's like you are painting with your words, I am good at words, but yeah, I see wisdom in the gentle useage of words.

hf
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Hey Crunch you think Woodland Hills and Canoga Park is irradiated?

When I read all that 1959 shit I was blown away, like an irradiated piece of cesium nesting in someone's lungs.

I would never have moved near there but Crown Burger has the best burger, so Canoga Park has that going for it. Not sure if CB is still there but I doubt the burgers are irradiated and even if they were, it's so worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69516141


I'm not certain, but I think the coolant leak drained mostly on the Simi side. My dad worked there in 59 and knew nothing about it. He then worked at the Nevada Test Site from 60-63 but was back up on the Hill in the late 70's, which is when he found out about the accident.

With that job record its hard to tell where he absorbed his neutrons. He did have a couple of tumors removed over the years that were supposedly benign, but he is still kicking at 87 and still living in Simi. Lucky?
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My chickens will fly over anything that short 4"(inches) you mean 4'(feet) and my chickens will fly over that too...

My cure for Chicken thieves....

Two Pit bulls with a taste for anyone moving in my yard at night....
 Quoting: Masiro


I love pit bulls lovely dogs, the nieghbor lets his wander into my yard, hehe, all of a sudden I hear foot traffic outside and it's his dog, lol

neighbors!

Fortunately dogs don't scare me and he's a baby, he just always wants to sneak out under the fence all guilty. Hehe, I try to calm him down but my headlight thing gets him nervous so I turn it up and am all blind tripping around cause I don't want to upset him.

Hehe, if a neighbor saves a doggie from the pound, we here all try to support that, but, I am sure some of the forwardly oriented neighbors away from the edges of the park, wouldn't like him wandering up there, they have their dogs who bark when he comes around,

You can't tell one neighbor his dog is waking up all the other dogs, it's just like, well, something dog owners deal with, and

I don't have one, and he don't bark at all, so
I love him, I love all dogs who don't bark, it's an enderaing quality.

Seesh he only comes over because I leave cat food out for the two cats nearby, and he eats that!

People don't feed or cage their animals and then I do, and then I have a frm of my own! I guess that's okay! As long as he's a nice pit bull, hehe

You think people would tolerate it as I do?
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Dude, just don't choke his chicken!!!!!
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Hey Crunch you think Woodland Hills and Canoga Park is irradiated?

When I read all that 1959 shit I was blown away, like an irradiated piece of cesium nesting in someone's lungs.

I would never have moved near there but Crown Burger has the best burger, so Canoga Park has that going for it. Not sure if CB is still there but I doubt the burgers are irradiated and even if they were, it's so worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69516141


I'm not certain, but I think the coolant leak drained mostly on the Simi side. My dad worked there in 59 and knew nothing about it. He then worked at the Nevada Test Site from 60-63 but was back up on the Hill in the late 70's, which is when he found out about the accident.

With that job record its hard to tell where he absorbed his neutrons. He did have a couple of tumors removed over the years that were supposedly benign, but he is still kicking at 87 and still living in Simi. Lucky?
 Quoting: Crunch62


Funny story, when I was a kid I lived in "Countryside" an housing development out around 108th Ave and Wadsworth near Westminster Colorado,

and come to find out it was a similarly irradiated wasteland from secret vented steam! People had lost babies and all kinds of stuff before truth came out!

And when I lived there, --I actually played Wasteland(tm) the game! My favorite game ever!

Good times, and I have no cancxers yet, praise be unto the moste hhigh, knock on wood and all that.
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Dude, just don't choke his chicken!!!!!
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Nice! Good one!

Thanks bro, I will be sure to not do so.
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Not sure why my AC# changed, but I think I know what I need to know.

I will try AC's idea because if they lay eggs then I am entirely entitled to the eggs, and these are absolutely covered in all ways under common law, I think you all would agree in the court of GLP.

If the bird invadeth my zone, layeth egg, and scat, perhaps in the egg laying I shall be compensated for the romas lost.

That I have ten thousand romas is irrelevant.Hmm well not to the angels I guess, hehe, but hey, to the law, it is irrelevant how many roma I have, if I lost one, I lost one, period.

How many eggs = one roma?

A fair question.

Hmm, I would easily trade five roma for one egg.
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Funny story, when I was a kid I lived in "Countryside" an housing development out around 108th Ave and Wadsworth near Westminster Colorado,

and come to find out it was a similarly irradiated wasteland from secret vented steam! People had lost babies and all kinds of stuff before truth came out!

And when I lived there, --I actually played Wasteland(tm) the game! My favorite game ever!

Good times, and I have no cancxers yet, praise be unto the moste hhigh, knock on wood and all that.
 Quoting: Wasteland(tm) #1 All Time 69669186


There was lots of experimental stuff going on and the accidents were kept under wraps. The So Cal 1959 incident I mentioned was the first at that site, but it wasn't the last. There were several more into the mid 1960s. No containment structures, just tin barns and sheds with reactors set up like Erector Sets.

When something went wrong, the just said, Oh Shit! and looked for a backhoe to dig a hole and bury it.

Future historians will wonder how any of us survived, with all of those 'experts' messing with things that shouldn't be messed with.
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price wise what do you all pay for a roma?

I mean I thought I saw "1.00-something each" at the store, I was like, WTF?

Owner told me my yellow watermelons go for 15 bucks a piece, but I harvested them too early and they tasted like shit, but that plant still is trying.

Anyway, if

1 roma is 1.00 and
12 eggs is 3.00

then 1 roma is equal to 4 eggs

And we all know that's bullshit, I grow romas sitting on ass, eggs are f'n hard to grow.
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Funny story, when I was a kid I lived in "Countryside" an housing development out around 108th Ave and Wadsworth near Westminster Colorado,

and come to find out it was a similarly irradiated wasteland from secret vented steam! People had lost babies and all kinds of stuff before truth came out!

And when I lived there, --I actually played Wasteland(tm) the game! My favorite game ever!

Good times, and I have no cancxers yet, praise be unto the moste hhigh, knock on wood and all that.
 Quoting: Wasteland(tm) #1 All Time 69669186


There was lots of experimental stuff going on and the accidents were kept under wraps. The So Cal 1959 incident I mentioned was the first at that site, but it wasn't the last. There were several more into the mid 1960s. No containment structures, just tin barns and sheds with reactors set up like Erector Sets.

When something went wrong, the just said, Oh Shit! and looked for a backhoe to dig a hole and bury it.

Future historians will wonder how any of us survived, with all of those 'experts' messing with things that shouldn't be messed with.
 Quoting: Crunch62


For real my friend, 100% well said.

Wikipedia as I recall explains they used to just take toxic waste barrells out at that site and shoot them to shit with rifles, for fun.

Hehehe, "Let's go blow up some nuke barrels durr hurr!"

But hey, Californians are great. I ws born in Boston and they are complete ChickenNazis in that state unless you get out in again, the rural.
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`just bring in the tomato plants'(tm) and leave the door open.
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`just bring in the tomato plants'(tm) and leave the door open.
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Hehe good one,

and I welcome you to someday become a paying member of GLP as I am.
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Not sure why my AC# changed, but I think I know what I need to know.

I will try AC's idea because if they lay eggs then I am entirely entitled to the eggs, and these are absolutely covered in all ways under common law, I think you all would agree in the court of GLP.

If the bird invadeth my zone, layeth egg, and scat, perhaps in the egg laying I shall be compensated for the romas lost.

That I have ten thousand romas is irrelevant.Hmm well not to the angels I guess, hehe, but hey, to the law, it is irrelevant how many roma I have, if I lost one, I lost one, period.

How many eggs = one roma?

A fair question.

Hmm, I would easily trade five roma for one egg.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69669186


That seems fair enough. My hens sometimes seek out odd places to lay. An inviting box or milk crate often seems preferable to laying in the same old nest box back in the coop.

If your neighbor has a fruit tree with fruit-laden branches hanging on your side of the fence, you are within the law to pick such fruit that has invaded your space. If the neighbor doesn't want to share his tree's bounty, he can prune his tree so it no longer inconveniences you.

Or, he could contain his chickens so they don't plunder your romas. If you walk out and find three eggs in a milk crate next to your shed, enjoy them. Just remember if of questionable origin or age, put them in a bowl and cover with water. If they sink, they are good. If they float, throw them onto the compost pile.

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Goat's right tho as usual,

eggs are where its at!

Hard to grow eggs, but if you have a neighbor who has chickens he knows eggs are the moneyball.
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Not sure why my AC# changed, but I think I know what I need to know.

I will try AC's idea because if they lay eggs then I am entirely entitled to the eggs, and these are absolutely covered in all ways under common law, I think you all would agree in the court of GLP.

If the bird invadeth my zone, layeth egg, and scat, perhaps in the egg laying I shall be compensated for the romas lost.

That I have ten thousand romas is irrelevant.Hmm well not to the angels I guess, hehe, but hey, to the law, it is irrelevant how many roma I have, if I lost one, I lost one, period.

How many eggs = one roma?

A fair question.

Hmm, I would easily trade five roma for one egg.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69669186


That seems fair enough. My hens sometimes seek out odd places to lay. An inviting box or milk crate often seems preferable to laying in the same old nest box back in the coop.

If your neighbor has a fruit tree with fruit-laden branches hanging on your side of the fence, you are within the law to pick such fruit that has invaded your space. If the neighbor doesn't want to share his tree's bounty, he can prune his tree so it no longer inconveniences you.

Or, he could contain his chickens so they don't plunder your romas. If you walk out and find three eggs in a milk crate next to your shed, enjoy them. Just remember if of questionable origin or age, put them on a bowl and cover with water. If they sink, they are good. If they float, throw them onto the compost pile.
 Quoting: Crunch62


Wow.

Can someone please gift Crunch all their karma, I mean this post was sublime.

I mean, IU am gonna take a break here and let the thread roll, I need to make dinner anyway.

Thanks Crunch, when you tell me they sometimes PREFER laying in odd places, a light went on, they are seeking new horizons and new places, for the moneyball.

I would say an egg is easily worth two bucks, in terms of its true value, it's a damn fine meal. With toast of course.

Crunch you make bread? I have two breamkers, I got both of them rolling the other day, AWESOME, I goit them for 15 bucks each used.
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Wow.

Can someone please gift Crunch all their karma, I mean this post was sublime.

I mean, IU am gonna take a break here and let the thread roll, I need to make dinner anyway.

Thanks Crunch, when you tell me they sometimes PREFER laying in odd places, a light went on, they are seeking new horizons and new places, for the moneyball.

I would say an egg is easily worth two bucks, in terms of its true value, it's a damn fine meal. With toast of course.

Crunch you make bread? I have two breamkers, I got both of them rolling the other day, AWESOME, I goit them for 15 bucks each used.
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I need to go out and water what's left of my garden.

Yes, my hens have perfectly nice nest boxes in their coop they lay in most of the time. In fact, most of them prefer to use the same box and will wait in line impatiently to lay in that one box.

I generally let them out of the coop to range around and eat bugs for a few hours after I get home from work. They put themselves to bed when it gets dark.

Sometimes (weekends) I will let them out of the coop in the morning and they run amuck all day. That's when they get creative in finding places to lay. I once found a cache of 20+ eggs in a wheelbarrow I had filled with cuttings the previous fall but never got around to burning.

Sly, they are.

I haven't done much with bread, but do have a breadmaker. Remind me on a rainy day (if we ever see one, LOL)
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LOL THIS

I ain't gonna make dinner yet,

never do what you can put off for an hour or so,

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Wow.

Can someone please gift Crunch all their karma, I mean this post was sublime.

I mean, IU am gonna take a break here and let the thread roll, I need to make dinner anyway.

Thanks Crunch, when you tell me they sometimes PREFER laying in odd places, a light went on, they are seeking new horizons and new places, for the moneyball.

I would say an egg is easily worth two bucks, in terms of its true value, it's a damn fine meal. With toast of course.

Crunch you make bread? I have two breamkers, I got both of them rolling the other day, AWESOME, I goit them for 15 bucks each used.
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I need to go out and water what's left of my garden.

Yes, my hens have perfectly nice nest boxes in their coop they lay in most of the time. In fact, most of them prefer to use the same box and will wait in line impatiently to lay in that one box.

I generally let them out of the coop to range around and eat bugs for a few hours after I get home from work. They put themselves to bed when it gets dark.

Sometimes (weekends) I will let them out of the coop in the morning and they run amuck all day. That's when they get creative in finding places to lay. I once found a cache of 20+ eggs in a wheelbarrow I had filled with cuttings the previous fall but never got around to burning.

Sly, they are.

I haven't done much with bread, but do have a breadmaker. Remind me on a rainy day (if we ever see one, LOL)
 Quoting: Crunch62


AMAZING

This is worth the entire GLP memebership alone, to even listen to people like you Crunch.

This blows my mind, the eggs are the moneyball, Goat, you gettin this?

20 eggs in the wheelbarrow

That is some serious serious cheddah.
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Okay seriously I gotta take a break but,

I hope you will continue this discussion.

EGGS ARE $$$

as a wise man once said!
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If you can keep your gate closed and hold his chickens in your yard then you can keep your gate closed and keep them out as well .

Buy a few from him or go to eternal damnation and cook forever and ever in the lake of flaming bourbon .
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Yep, you're going to hell if you do that. Thief.
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AMAZING

This is worth the entire GLP memebership alone, to even listen to people like you Crunch.

This blows my mind, the eggs are the moneyball, Goat, you gettin this?

20 eggs in the wheelbarrow

That is some serious serious cheddah.
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Keep in mind the timeframe over which said eggs were laid. A young hen will lay nearly one egg every 24 hours. Assuming it was the same hen laying in the wheelbarrow, it would have taken nearly 3 weeks to amass such a quantity and likely longer.

Those eggs all got the float test and some were questionable. A few were definitely no-go. The moral of the story is to find your hens' egg stash sooner rather than later.

Chicken eggs have a protective membrane on them, so washing them is only necessary if they are very dirty. They can sit on the counter for 3 weeks in moderate or cool temps without going bad. In the refrigerator, they are good for 2 months or more.
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