Question of the day
Our last question asked: Why are chicken owners "brooding" over recent advice from the CDC? Because that "advice" entails not kissing or cuddling your feathery friends. You know, because, that's one way you can get salmonella.
Congratulations to Eve Byron of followthemoney.org for being the very first to answer that correctly (and adding "Eww! Who wants to kiss a chicken in the first place? Thanks CDC."). Honorable mentions go out to Jason K. Burnett, freelancer Anita Aboulafia, Dan Rosenbaum (who jokes "as Brooklyn hipsters weep"), Hollywood Highlands, Waterfield Designs (where they advise "Stick with FROGS. Maybe you'll get Harry!"), Ken Walker (who shares this adorable link), and Ron Casalotti (who quips "Don't kiss your chickens on the pecker (the part that pecks-get your mind out of the gutter))" for getting that exactly right, as well.