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Swine Flew discovered in dead flock of geese!

Aug 23rd 2010 at 5:30 PM

Scientist recently discoverd a dead flock of geese all infected with swine flew! A flock of geese took off for the south as winter arrived. Prior to setting off they all argued that each of them should give the directions to the head goose as they were in flight. Each of the Geese refused to listen when they were in the lead as the head goose. One by one they each flew in the direction that they wanted to. The Geese landed after their journey and noticed they were in the same field they took off from. Unfortunately, they were too tired and weak to make a second attempt South and the snow set in. The geese all froze and starved to death from the cold and lack of food. An autopsy report cited the cause of death was due to “Lack of teamwork” and “Everyone was talking and nobody was listening.”

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Mark Recker


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