Weirdo the Superchicken

     Posted By: Alex - Fri Oct 30, 2015
     Category: Animals | Alex

Roosters, by nature, are not things to play with and most farm cats learn at very early on not to challenge them. To intentionally breed birds capable of laying a man's leg open from heel to knee (as did my G-Grandmother's bird) isn't going to be on the top of any farmer's list.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 10/30/15 at 11:08 AM
One of my first memories is being chased by a cock with no head. My dad had chopped the head of a rooster and dropped it on the ground. It ran a few feet (Imagine Monty Python) in my general direction.

As for school taught vs. self taught: School can teach you the "box" and you [{( MAY)}] be be able to stick a toe in the cold water outside.

Self taught~~~ What "box"; What water
Posted by BMN on 10/30/15 at 08:25 PM
Great story Alex! I wonder how the kid made out the rest of his life. I mean was he successful in all his endeavors or were the White Sullies his only accomplishment.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/30/15 at 11:29 PM
Patty -- I tried to track him down. I think he may now be selling RVs in Yuma, AZ. At least, someone of the same name and correct age is. But didn't respond to my query. Maybe I'll swing by and check him out next time I'm in Yuma, since I go there a couple times a year.
Posted by Alex on 10/31/15 at 08:47 AM
When I Googled him I saw there was a guy in AZ. Thanks for checking and if you do find him that would make a great post! 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/31/15 at 02:28 PM
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