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This chicken sitting on the wood splitting stump with the ax behind it is priceless.
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and for the cast iron enthusiasts...(courtesy of Paul's cast iron article)
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Wow, Joseph, throwing some shade, I thought you were such a gentle soul!  

This chicken came from a homesteading facebook group, the original comment was something like "my chicken is not too smart."  It was too hilarious to resist.


 
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Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:Wow, Joseph, throwing some shade, I thought you were such a gentle soul!  



Surviving  a passage through the shadow world is a great way to develop compassion and gentleness.

I've learned that it's best to not sit on the chopping block. A few weeks ago, someone wrote to ask me to be an advocate for tilling in an article they were writing. I'm like, "Nope, that's like being an advocate for meat eating on a vegan site.".
 
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Sorry guys, my computer won't cooperate, so I'll just give you my quote:

Seriously? You want me to move? Not until I'm done laying.
 
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