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01/26/2006 01:09 AM ID: 52457 Permalink   

Egyptian Farmer Dumps 10,000 Chicks

 

An Egyptin farmer in fear of the bird flu dumped 10,000 newly hatched chicks on a road east of Cairo. He feared they had the bird flu virus.

Motorists traveling the road contacted the police after seeing the birds running around on the road.

Health officials confirmed that none of the chicks were carrying the deadly virus. The farmer will not be facing legal proceeding due to the fact that he had taken back the birds.

 
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  whata nut case  
 
Thank god we live in a country were people aren't quite that dumb. EDUCATION IS POWER!
 
  by: bloodlusting Zombie   01/26/2006 01:57 PM     
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they should have teken all the healthy fine chicks and let him reep the financial disaster of his stupidity.
 
  by: RoBBoB     01/26/2006 04:12 PM     
 
 
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