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Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:28 AM

Is this your chicken? Did you lose a chicken in Portlandia?

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These folks have you covered.

http://bojack.org/2012/07/predicament_in_portlandia.html

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Reply Is this your chicken? Did you lose a chicken in Portlandia? (Original post)
stevedeshazer Jul 2012 OP
tblue Jul 2012 #1
DocMac Jul 2012 #2
stevedeshazer Jul 2012 #3
Lionessa Jul 2012 #5
Lionessa Jul 2012 #4
Ichingcarpenter Jul 2012 #6
REP Jul 2012 #7

Response to stevedeshazer (Original post)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:30 AM

1. That show can be so funny!

Loved the first few episodes. Then they got a little too weird.

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Response to stevedeshazer (Original post)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:32 AM

2. She? That doesn't look like a hen. nt

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Response to DocMac (Reply #2)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:34 AM

3. That's a hen.

You're allowed three hens in Portland. No roosters. Too damn loud.

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Response to stevedeshazer (Reply #3)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:52 AM

5. Being allowed, and ending up with on are two diff things. Also not all of P/V area has the same

 

rules. I lived in a couple of places near there where I could have up to 3 units of chickens (hens or roosters), I think if you look it up, you'll find that a "unit" of chickens is equal to 12 hens, so not 3 hens but 36 hens. And 3 hens and/or no roosters would likely be a neighborhood association not a city wide thing, and for sure not a metro wide thing.

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Response to DocMac (Reply #2)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:49 AM

4. I agree. A few years back when I had hens, one of the neighbors had a rooster

 

in what were supposed to be all layers (hens), so she just let it out and never let it back in. Ultimately it was killed, which is really what she should have done rather than what she did. Anyway, roosters are the ones that tend to be "abandoned" when they are found out. Hatcheries can only tell so much as chicks and some that should be hens grow up to be roosters.

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Response to stevedeshazer (Original post)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 05:06 AM

6. You live in a chicken

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Response to stevedeshazer (Original post)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 05:33 AM

7. Locking - doesn't meet GD SoP

Please consider reposting in The Lounge. Thanks!

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