Tuesday, September 19, 2006
It was reported today that a coup was launched in Thailand by the Military. This has prompted the question: When they say the military launches a coup, does that mean they let all the chickens loose? A fair question, to be sure. We would like to take this opportunity to answer this worthy question, as a public service to our readers.
Generally, all of the chickens stay in the coup when it is launched. On impact, those that survive run loose, but usually they are all killed along with the target. However, there was this one time when they launched a coup in Eastern China and it disintegrated in mid-air; all the chickens were let loose. This was the start of the Bird Flew!
I hope that this clears everything up.
All the best,
Editor In Chief