Morning Open Thread – Verbatim: Follow the Chicken

Morning Open Thread is an open discussion forum for human interest news of the day, hobby and fun things, what you did on your vacation, and your local weather phenomena.


From The New York Times:

In this dramatization of transcripts from a legal deposition, lawyers grapple with a plaintiff’s bizarre testimony about the destruction of his chicken’s pasture.


This is a daily open thread. There are several hosts, each host being responsible for picking a “theme of the day” and starting the discussion. However, there is no hard and fast rule about staying on topic, especially if you have a personal story burning a hole in your pocket trying to escape.
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3 Responses to Morning Open Thread – Verbatim: Follow the Chicken

  1. Heaven help me, I have heard testimony similar to this many times. I don’t know if I attract them, or if there are more out there than we ever suspected.

  2. Joy of Fishes says:

    As I said at DK, I had you in mind with this vid. 🙂

  3. pete says:

    Now there is a client for Jimmy McGill.

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