"Now he is also taking his skills to some places that need them urgently: Asian nations fighting bird flu. He has brought them some of his bird-slaughtering machines, such as the AED-100, which kills about 10,000 birds per hour, catching them by the feet and dragging their heads through an electrified pool of water.
"In the past two years, Mr. Kiezebrink has worked with health officials from nearly a dozen countries on how to safely and quickly eradicate birds that may have been exposed to flu. 'He's one of Europe's, if the not the world's, most prominent chicken killers, for want of a better word.'"
Dutch Farmer Takes Unusual Skills to Asia:
Tags: parts, robots
Current Music: Revolting Cocks -- Stainless Steel Providers ♬
If it can be done to chickens, it can be done to people.
Soon they'll be breeding us like cattle! You've got to warn everyone and tell them! Soylent green is made of people! You've got to tell them! SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE!
In constant fight for a finer world...
Ooooooo that AED-25 could be made into an interesting fryer, if plucked and left "cooking" long enough. He should speak with the devil himself of quick food inventions, Ron Popeil
the music was a nice touch
This is a guy who takes his revenge seriously! Don't annoy him, at least not unless you can outrun our chicken-snatching conveyor-belt overlords.
Does Godwin's law apply here?
I'm guessing if I make an "ARBEIT MACHT FRY" pun here, I'll probably go straight to hell, right?
I guess that Nazis thought the only things chicks should be involved in were "Kinder, Hühnchen, Küchen"...
Hmm... sounds like someone out there is trying to give me a run for my money.
Time to step things up a notch. Back to the drawing board for me, I guess.
My apologies to Phreddiva... I know you must think less of me, now. :(
Sounds like an avain Fred Leuchter wannabe.
Somebody call Errol Morris.
I've actually used one of those machins - you hang the chickens up by their feet off that lovely hanging conveyer.
suffice to say i only lasted an hour and 15 mins at that job....
And now, a sketch about architects. Called, the Architect Sketch!
We need this man in Delaware, where chickens outnumber humans by roughly 500 to 1.