Friday, October 22, 2004

Why did the Iraqi Chicken Cross the Road?

Why did the Iraqi Chicken Cross the Road?
The fact that the chicken crossed the road shows that decision making authority has switched to the chicken. From now on the chicken is responsible for its own decisions.
We were asked to help the chicken cross the road. Given the inherent risk of road crossings, and the rarity of chickens, this operation will only cost $326,004.
Miqtada as-Sadr
The chicken was a tool of the evil coalition and will be killed.
US Army Military Police
We were directed to prepare the chicken to cross the road. As part of these preparations, individual soldiers ran over the chicken repeatedly, And plucked the chicken. We deeply regret the occurrence of any chicken rights violations.
The chicken crossed the road, and will continue to cross the road, to show its independence and to transport the weapons it needs to defend itself. However, in future, to avoid problem, the chicken will be called a duck, and will wear a plastic bill.
1 st Cavalry
The chicken had no right to cross the road as it did not have the correct identification. Thus, the chicken was searched and detained. We apologize for any embarrassment to the chicken.
The chicken was forced to cross the road multiple times at gunpoint by a large group of occupation soldiers, according to witnesses. The chicken was then fired upon intentionally, in yet another example of the abuse of innocent Iraqi chickens.
We cannot confirm any involvement in the chicken-road-crossing incident.
Chicken he corss street because bad she tangle regulation. Future chicken table against my request.
U.S. Marine corps
The chicken is dead.

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