From: DLU::MOOREBK "Cool temperatures due to TVA energy manditory
reduction" 7-FEB-1996 12:25
Subj: Why the chicken crossed the road.
It has been over three weeks since I asked the "why did the chicken cross the road" question. I have finally put together all of your responses and printed them below. I would like to do this again in a couple of weeks. If you have any suggestions of what I could ask next, please reply.
Here they are:
!! "Why did the chicken cross the road?"
Cause KFC was on his side!
answer:to run away from albert thweatt!
(i know he'll read this)
1. to lay it on the line.
2. he wanted to take his show on the road.
3. he wanted to bump into some friends.
4. he was feeling run down.
5. he wanted to be a grilled chicken.
to avoid the blind pedestrian in his wheelchair on the sidewalk!
the chicken crossed the road so marriott could serve us chicken
to get his PSL (permananent seat license) for the NFL
the chichen was chased by the bully who tried to take his lunch
> "Why did the chicken cross the road?"
So he could be first on-(the middle)-line to be in Microsoft BOB.
BECAUSE IT FELT THE URGE TO DO SO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sorry i don't have an answer to your question but i will try harder
Brent, a reply to the "why did the
chicken cross the road?" was because :
There were not any cars coming.
In response to your survey: Why did the chicken cross the road?
To look at any being's
response to environmental stimuli, one must first consider a few things.
In this instance a chicken is the subject of the aforementioned question.
To look beyond the stereotypical answer of "to get to the other side" is
to look at the underlying life-situations in which the bird may have been
involved in at the time. We must look at what the chicken may have witnessed
or been predisposed to before the moment in time where we find our foul
friend. What brought the chicken to have to make this decision of whether
or not to venture onto the expressway? Perhaps he had been physically,
mentally, or pshycologically abused as a young chick? If so, then it is
not the one making this decision which now so ominously looms in front
of the poultry. You see, if that were the case, then this chicken is not
in control of its body. Due to strain from stress and the duress of repressing
and suppressing that abused inner chick, it has no responsibility for its
own actions and reactions or its future effects on the society in which
it lives or will live. In light of these points, the question of "Why did
the chicken cross the road" cannot be answered by the traditional means
of looking at reasons of what it wanted to do on the other side. For it
is not he, who is deciding.
Socrates: "Was there a road? a chicken?
Ask yourself why."
Plato: "To participate in the Form of road crossing."
Sartre:' "To come to grips with the reality of his worthlessness."
Marx: "To join the other chickens in the farce of worldly perfection."
Dean Davis: "To emulate the president set by said fowl's predecessors."
because Joseph Pandit was chasing it with a fork in one hand and a knife in the other.
p.s. There is no need for me to remain anonymous. I can take the big man's punishment!!
The chicken crossed the road to:
get back to the coop.
escape his death.
to show the possuim it could be done.
it was drunk or deranged
to see what was on the other side
get to the chickens of the opposite sex
Because his wife told him to! (ie. he was HEN-PECKED)
Hi! So I'm the last one to send you the answer to your question.
Oh well, they save the best for last. My answer to why the chicken crossed
the road is that he wondered what it would be like to be road kill. Too
bad he made it.