Keep Plucking That Chicken!

I know where food comes from. I grew up in the country. I’ve seen animals slaughtered before. But this is the creepiest poultry snuff film I’ve ever seen.


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103 Responses to Keep Plucking That Chicken!

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      As a kid we had a joke about Washington DC (in the un-PC 60’s)

      Why is DC like a Hershey Bar?
      Because 3/4 chocolate and 1/4 nuts

      Bah-rum-pah ! And Shaun King is just the opposite 😛

    • blowme0bama says:

      He’s still lying. I guess he thought if he toned it down by half, folks would let him slide.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Elliott says:

      Did you see him grinning like a loon when he was going back into the Senate. He is an attention diva. Bad attention is better than none. He is now officially a freak show. The Kardashian of the Senate.

      • leslie says:

        I really wanted to support him — in the beginning. In the end, it was all I could do to keep the sound turned on when he spoke. “Kardashian of the Senate” is the perfect designation for him.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    I’d rather pluck flowers 😉

  4. votermom says:

    Not watching the video.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Nope,nope,nope. I’m still traumatized by watching an eagle grab a seagull out of the air, then brought it to my yard to eat. I had to run to my safe space !

      • elliesmom says:

        We have a hawk nesting in the trees behind our house. Yesterday he swooped down and grabbed a squirrel. But he dropped it from pretty high up and didn’t come back to get it. It’s dead and lying just outside our fence but on our property. Every time I tried to fetch it yesterday to dispose of it, I had Ellie at my heels. I’m hoping she’s forgotten about it so I can go after it today.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I forget where, there was an eagle cam showing a parent bring a cat to the nest, of course, mortifying cat lovers world wide. Ahhhh, nature.

        • Jadzia says:

          We kind of had the opposite. There was some nice weather a few days ago and some birds built a nest VERY low to the ground in our backyard. There were baby birds. Cecilia threw out some food, and the mama bird did the chewing up the food and giving it to the babies thing. The kids were entranced.

          And then the neighbor’s cat appeared.

      • blowme0bama says:

        Had the misfortune of seeing a hawk killing a rabbit while sitting on a fence post. Brutal. Glad I was in a car and only saw it for a moment.

    • Anthony says:

      That was my first mistake today. Lets see if I can make it til noon without having a nervous breakdown

    • elliesmom says:

      Expect lots of rhetoric this year about its being too “scary” for Trump to have the nuclear launch codes. A Republican ended the war in Vietnam Johnson escalated, but that’s been lost in history. Down the deep hole with who voted for the Civil Rights Act and who voted against, and who ran on passing the ERA and then tabled it. Barry Goldwater might have been a fine president, but people let fear vote for them.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Nothing can scare me more than Hillary and her record of what’s best for Hillary and not Americans. Her pandering is disturbing and focused on money bags special interest groups. Trump is well above that with having positive “we the people” messages.

        Obama’s bringing a lot of attention to Hirsoshima by traveling there. Historic!!!! So he’s forcing the conversation among the snowflakes, how bad we were to do that and not understanding how it probably saved millions more lives. Phfft Pearl Harbor too. Sigh.

        • 49erDweet says:

          In the next rewrite of history let’s have a shipwrecked African slave discover Canada and bring about world peace with her altruistic demeanour. And then Germany, Italy, Japan and Manchuria will accept her as their leader, and she’ll invent an inkless printing press and save the rest of mankind.

        • wailuagirl says:

          UGGGGGGGGGG I bet he stops at Pearl Harbor on his way, last chance in Hawaii on our dime!!

      • votermom says:

        Scott Adams was talking about Hillary’s’ attempt to label Trump as “Dangerous Donald.”
        Good article.
        My thought was “Danger Don” sounds and of sexy in.a 70s kind of way.

        • kanaughty says:

          austin “danger” powers! yeah, i don’t see negative connotations with the use of the word danger because it is used to sound cool like in hollywood.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I would rather watch animal snuff films than political campaign ads or the news.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Klown is the master at finding creepy-creepy stuff. Kudos, sir. The WINNAH!!!

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I remember when Obama addressed the West Point grads one year and tell them the biggest threat in the future is the War on Global Warming. Actually this photo reminded me more of Beyonce’s militant halftime show, oh wait …..

    • DeniseVB says:

      … related news, Trump supporters are Nazis.

    • Jadzia says:

      Um, what? They just look like grads (and strong ladies) to me. Maybe I’ve been gone too long.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I think it’s a solidarity symbol that the black power groups co-opted and made it their own. Palm forward tells me black power. A subliminal message depicting “yay we did it” or a signal to their future junior enlisted white boys, we’re coming for you?

        Or maybe just Beyonce fans 😉

        • Jadzia says:

          Yeah, I really just got “yay we did it.” These are military women, they’re less likely to be radicals than your average college student.

  6. Ann says:

    Here’s the numbers as of today from RCP:

    Trump at 1135 There are 375 delegates left, so if he wins the rest he is over 1500. No idea why Cruz was saying he’d come back in if he won Nebraska. Kinda odd (but it is Cruz, sooooo).

    • DeniseVB says:

      Cruz made the mistake of being interviewed by Beck when that came up, so Cruz made a funny to an hypothetical question. Of course the media jumped on it and blew it out of proportion. Cruz clarified it was a joke.

      I like that Trump is working hard for every delegate and every state primary is important to him. That will help him in the general.

      • votermom says:

        I’m interested to see Trump’ s numbers in NJ since it’s practically his home state.
        I don’t think any GOP can win it in the general but maybe he can make the Dem waste time & money campaigning there.

        • Anthony says:

          I think NJ is going to be a surprise win for Trump. I have an office there, and I’m surprised to hear how many people – even those who loathe Christie – are supporting Trump. Also NJ Dems are kind of all over the place; half supporting HRC and Bernie the Bum, the rest seem to be migrating to Trump.

          • Somebody says:

            I agree with you Anthony. I know Trump thinks he can win NY, but the numbers to overcome are staggering. NJ, however I think may just well be possible. Hillary may still eek out a win there, but Trump can make her work for it.

        • elliesmom says:

          Both Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon won NJ. I realize that’s ancient history to most, but I voted in both of those elections. 😉

        • Ann says:

          I don’t think NY or NJ is as out of the question for Trump to carry as people think. NY is very red outside the cities, and NYC did elect Giuliani (my husband was living in Manhattan at the time, and Rudy is the only politician I can honestly say my Hubby despised – my husband is not very political, although he seems to be enjoying this election). NJ is an even bigger mixed bag.

          I think like Votermom… at the very least, the Dems will need to spend money and time here and in NJ. Will be really odd to see political ads for President in NYS.

          • DeniseVB says:

            If Trump goes after Hillary as Romney should have gone after Obama, I believe all 50 states will be in play. What worries me are the elites wanting Trump to be more Presidential like Romney was. Heh. Not going to happen.

      • Somebody says:

        I’m not so sure it was a joke and I’m not so sure we’ve seen the last of Cruz in this election. I believe he still plans some crap at the convention if nothing else to control the platform. He may well try to play games with the nomination like trying to push for all the delegates to go in unbound, but with the polls shaping up like they are that window is probably closing. Instead I think he’ll try to ensure a rigid right wing platform to hang around Trump’s neck in hopes of sinking him so Cruz can run for POTUS again in 2020.

  7. Dora says:

    Well, they want to be equal, don’t they?

    House Set to Vote on Question of Drafting Women
    Rep. Sessions Seeks to Overturn Adding Women to Selective Service

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Hillary in a nutshell. Since the Trumpkins are in full general election mode now, I expect this will escalate. Most of the memes I’m seeing are turning her own record against her. I can’t wait for the smarmy Clinton Foundation exposed.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    I caught the Corey interview live on Hannity, he was mesmerizing. If you missed it, must see tv! (In related news, Cruz would have fired him, snort)

    • Somebody says:

      Corey has a lot to be proud of, he has a bright future. Nobody gave him any respect, but Trump believed in him and he believed in Trump.

      I know everybody thinks Newt or some other political type should be Trump’s chief of staff should he be elected…….I actually think Corey should be, just my opinion. Although he may not want such a demanding job with a young family,

    • elliesmom says:

      Last night on CNN, S.E. Cupp was being critical of Trump’s choice of Lewandowski to head his VP selection team. She thinks he needs someone with “more gravitas”. Paul Begala pointed out how many people who are now presidential staff emeritus were virtual unknowns when presidents first gave them important jobs to do. If I didn’t know who Cupp and Begala are, I would have thought he was the Republican and she the Democrat.

  10. votermom says:

  11. swanspirit says:

    One of my very earliest memories was going with my grandmother to pick out a live chicken for dinner. The experience included watching the butcher decapitate the chicken with one clean stroke. I think because everyone was so matter of fact about the whole thing, it didn’t upset me.
    It seems more humane than what that woman did.

    • elliesmom says:

      We raised chickens for their eggs when I was a kid. After years of producing eggs, a chicken isn’t very good eating so a lot of our chickens died from natural causes. Every once in while a young chicken would not produce well enough to earn her spot in the coop. My dad would “give her the ax”. One quick swing and then on to the dinner table. “Around here you have to earn your keep.” I admit I never thought much about it. One way or the other the chickens were our food. Pigs are nasty creatures, and I never cried over one of them going to be butchered, either.

    • Somebody says:

      My great uncle used to own a turkey farm. Every year the family would go and pick out our Thanksgiving turkey. It stopped being a family affair when my older sisters figured out what was going on and they set our Thanksgiving turkey free. My dad and my grandfather chased that turkey all over small town Alabama! That story has now become part of our family’s Thanksgiving lore and has grown in magnitude similar to any classic fish tale.

      My sisters also swore off beef for a time too, we were all enjoying hamburgers and my oldest sister inquired about one of my grandparent’s cows that was missing, LOL! My sisters ran from the table screaming! I don’t know why, but none of that ever bothered me. My grandparents had cows, pigs and chickens which all ended up on the dinner table. The only thing that ever bothered me was rabbit. My friend’s grandparents raised rabbits and I used to enjoy playing with them…….one day I was old enough to put two and two together. I’ve always been suspect of anything stewed or fried since, LOL!

      • elliesmom says:

        We were never allowed to make pets of the farm animals for that reason. The dairy cows had names so we could differentiate among them, but cows don’t make great pets. We only ever had one pig at a time, and she was always named “Bacon” or “Chops” or something that was clearly related to her fate. No sheep because Dad knew Mom would stop eating lamb if we had cute fuzzy ones around. She was a city girl. She loved the vegetable side of farming, but the animals not so much. She had her own frou-frou dog and was kind and gentle with the working dog, but the rest of the animals not so much. I think it was to distance herself from their fate.

      • blowme0bama says:

        My Dad kept a few cattle, pigs, goats and chickens on the farm where I grew up. It was a side business. He butchered a yearling one time. We couldn’t eat it having known the animal. He never tried that again.

    • Dora says:

      Thanks guys. I’m enjoying these stories. They remind me of my own grandparents and their animals. Grandpa was a blacksmith and it was Grandma who took care of the chickens. 🙂

    • 49erDweet says:

      My earliest memory of my great grandmother is in her backyard when she grabbed a hen by the head with each hand and swung them in circles at arms length until their bodies fell off, whereupon they ran around pell mell until they bled out and dropped. Then the plucking began. I was impressed. She was 1/4 American Indian, and looked it.

  12. Jadzia says:

    I heard enough stories from my mom about Grandma Jessie from McFarland and how she’d take herself on out to the backyard and wring a chicken’s neck for dinner to last me a LIFETIME. Don’t fuck with Grandma Jessie.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Re: The West Point ladies above, here’s a blast from the past. Ms Hanoi Jane certainly wasn’t flashing the “peace” sign. Hmmm? Hmmm? Hmmm?

    • CiscoKid says:

      I’ll never forget/forgive Hanoi Jane behind a VC antiaircraft gun grining.

      • SHV says:

        Or John Kerry who made a big news splash by “throwing” his combat medals over the fence at the US Capitol in 1971 and mirabile dictu they reappeared in a display case in 1984.

  14. DeniseVB says:

  15. DeniseVB says:

    “Dear Hillary” from an anti-Republican who wants her to fire everyone on her staff that thinks it’s going to be easy to beat Trump…..and get rid of those lame slogans! Good read….

  16. Dora says:

  17. DandyTIger says:

    Thought for the day: It takes a big man to cry. It takes an even bigger man to laugh at that man.

  18. AFVet says:

    Radical Islam from a historical standpoint.
    This is 45 minutes long and worth every second.
    Donald Trump is right in not letting them in here.
    In 1400 years there were only 12 decades without an Islamic attack somewhere in the world.

  19. WMCB says:

    The faux indian is frothing at the mouth again.

    • SHV says:

      Hopefully the Trump team is doing opo research on the princess. Something really stinks with her law licenses. She was making big $$$ working on appeals for asbestos companies, etc. out of her Harvard law School office without a Mass. license, even though she could have gotten a license without needing to take the bar exam. IIRC, she surrendered her Pa. license and those records were sealed.

    • leslie says:

      Wouldn’t it be amazing if they both (HRC and Taxahonkey) were on the ticket so we could vote against BOTH of them at the same time???

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      If she is a real Native American then where is her casino?

  20. Dora says:

    Just a friendly warning. Here come the stink bugs. This article is from Long Island, but the bugs are all over the country by now. Ugh!

    Stink Bug Hordes Back, Ready for Courtship: What to Do

    A smell like week-old dirty socks is nothing compared with what stink bugs can do to your garden with their piercing-and-sucking mouthparts.

  21. WMCB says:

  22. Somebody says:

    OMG Dana Loesch is a bitter, fucking lunatic bitch. I hope her 15 minutes are over pronto. She thinks she’s some fucking saint because she’s been in “the trenches”, go fuck yourself bitch. There are plenty of us that have been in far more trenches. There is a pattern to Dana’s involvement, it has always been to garner media attention and further herself. I love how she mentions Mississippi and Thad Cochran, talk about cognitive dissonance, her idol Lyin’ Ted Cruz was knee deep in the dirty tricks to get Cochran re-elected.

    Take a minute to click on this story and be sure to watch the video.

    • WMCB says:

      I unfollowed both the Loeschs long before the presidential election, because it all began to strike me as grifter as much as anything.

      She did some kickass work on gun rights, but eventually she and her husband both got a bit too “cool conservative kids clique – chaching!” for me.

    • leslie says:

      I started watching the video and the doorbell rang. I raced to answer it so that I wouldn’t have to watch DL any longer. Thank goodness for my dd coming over!! I might have watched more of the nastiness that had just begun. I didn’t realize Dana was so tacky and mean. (and as self-involved as she obviously is.)

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good one. Great meme on why we lock our doors at night, not about how much we hate you thugs, more how much we want to protect ourselves/our families. Let’s make door locks racist !!!

  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Every once in a while SNL remembers that they are supposed to be funny:

  25. kanaughty says:

    so i thought of two “dangers” that make that word not sound scary as a nickname for the donald…

    austin “danger” powers
    and “danger”uss wilson qb seahawks…

  26. wailuagirl says:

    We have a million chickens running wild where we live, more chickens than people (good thing).
    Odds were good our charming puppy (not) should destroy a few lives here and there. Such is life.

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