Thursday, July 28, 2011

CLUCK NEWS: 'MY SUNCOAST' not too generous with news related to a domestic avian species

The webpage masthead says but the dire warning at the end of the article seems to imply that it is not our suncoast, but theirs, and they are retaining all rights. The warning says the content may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed, which is a little weird because they encourage people to share the article, which certainly seems like a form of redistribution to us. Cautiously we proceed. Here goes:

The article is written about a group of ____________(domestic avian species) in ____________(somewhere between Manatee and Charlotte) County, that are used to ___________(not the Merrimac) populations of ______________ (common flying and biting insects) that may carry___________(not East, South, or North) ______________(longest river in Africa) ________________ (common computer affliction).

You can read the story here, or read a posting related to a comparable Sarasota Herald-Tribune story Thirteen Flocks Keep Sarasota Safe.

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