Sunday, March 26, 2006

Sex Talk

What came first....the chicken or the egg?? Now seems like an irrelevant question in todays society...with wars for freedom being fought all over the world...
this question is still one of the most asked questions on Sesame Street...
If I go to the grocery store the chicken comes first...at breakfast...the egg.
I can go through the grocery store backwards...
then the egg would come first.
In the papers the "chicken" comes first...and with it...the birdy flu...
does the flu effect the egg?
My next question....is it realy worth the extra 2.50 to buy those eggs in the store that are laid by "free chickens"? The eggs packaging suggests that "free" bird eggs are hormone free...steroid free...stimulant free...and cage free...
homone free birds must have complex problems over their lack of want, to produce eggs...
without steroids who's eggs are larger???
No stimulants? that could be why the eggs are more expensive...the birds fall asleep on the job without their coffee beans....
and lets talk cage free...
Here we have all these animal rights activists shrieking about "slavery of animals"...in humane breeding purposes...and what ever other ban wagon they can ride....have they ever considered that they themselves probably live in a cage too..
okay so box housing is not exactly a cage...but close enough if the neighbor has rude house guests that park so you cant leave.
Nor have they considerd that a "cage free chicken" will eat anthing in it's sight....how can they garentee me that this chicken has not eaten his fair share of coffee beans....and birth control pills? So the age old question has not been answered but another has been born from the research....Do chickens in "slavery" produce eggs of poorer quality than "free" chickens?
my reality

Comments on "Sex Talk"

 

Blogger Stan said ... (9:28 AM) : 

Ponderance! You really raised a lot of good questions to ponder? The primary question that arose in my thoughts pertaining to your questions appeared at the end of your article, the very last line that starts out with "Posted by Shana at 5:39 am". My question being, at 5:30 in the morning why would anybody even be up let alone be mentally alert enought to contemplate the issue of the chicken and egg. That is the underlying question of the day!

 

Blogger Heidi said ... (11:36 AM) : 

FREE THE CHICKENS!!!!

 

Blogger Stan said ... (11:56 AM) : 

I have a question, why does this posting show that it was posted at 4:39 a.m. yet when you view the posting while in the "comment section" it shows that it was posted at 5:39 a.m. - my question is: Which came first the posting or the posting? My second question would remain: Why is anyone up this early in the morning comtemplating such a deep rooted question? I am as confused as always to the working of the mind.

 

Blogger real eyez said ... (6:16 PM) : 

It can easily be said that there is many thoughts regarding both issues. You will have the person who prefers the "slaved chickens" over the "free chickens" for one of two reasons. The first reason is that the person prefers a larger egg and the second, well there are just "those kinds of people" out there.
The person who prefers "Free Chickens" usually only has one excuse, they are hippie tree huggers looking for their conquest now that they have no labs or wolves to protect. They might also prefer "free chickens" because of the extra stuff "enslaved" chickens contain. I grew up with "free chickens", they are nasty dirty birds.
So which came first, the chicken or the egg? I can safely say that people will always be torn on this issue also. All I can say for sure is that we have the freedom to ponder and express our opinions about these and other issues.
Now to fianlly answer the Grand Poopa's question. What was someone doing up that early pondering eggs...the same thing I was. GIMME SOME EGGS! I do not care how...I just want them now...streroids or not...I don't care, just giVE ME A LOT!!!

 

Blogger Brittany The Greatest said ... (9:43 PM) : 

the egg comes first...i like eggs =D

 

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