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Giant chicken seems to be inquisitive, curious creature

2011-10-06 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY .
People in Columbia, KY have sent several reports to CM about the Giant Chicken now living here. He was seen walking to town from the Five Star on Campbellsville Road yesterday, And there are reports he's been to Lindsey Wilson, possibly applying for the Winter Semester 2012. He does seem to be an inquisitive, curious creature, with humanoid interests, and a particular affinity to the Jamestown Street side bench at the Historic Adair County Courthouse. This sighting was on Thursday. A little clearer than earlier. He has to be a pretty good chicken. He still holds to the old ways, getting his news from a newspaper. He hasn't been seen with an iPad or Chromebook, or using a cellphone, and so far, has been rather gentlemanly in his behavior. At 4:54pmCT, he was spotted by Anotonio Aquino walking past Pablo's Mexican Grill and Durham & Zornes. The chicken didn't stop to eat, but did slow down in front of the law office, making spectators wonder if he might be a litigious type chicken, bent on lawing on people; it is hoped not.

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