All of that is just background to explain why this week's blog post is just a bunch of chicken crossing the road jokes, as told by the great minds of history, as portrayed by the students in my class.
So, without further ado, I have the great pleasure of bringing to you......
Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?
Neil deGrasse Tyson: I don’t understand this. Why would it why would it do it in the first place? I mean, chances are that it will get run over, and it probably won't be on a crosswalk.
Amerigo Vespucci: All chickens have a dream to explore and they can do that but the chicken really should have brought a map to tell his fellow chickens about the new land on the other side of the road
Emmy Noether: I do not know, both sides are isometric.
Genghis Khan: Meow
Sergeant York: Well, he should pray and hope he don’t get hit.
Eleanor Roosevelt: The chicken’s rights were not equal to the other creatures it lived with, therefore, it moved to the side of the road with better rights.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Chicken would cross the road to find the other side and defeat the evil terminators; with him he brought a machine gun and a grenade. He didn’t know much, but he did know he’d be back.
Dian Fossey: I sat silently. Waiting, watching. For the perfect moment. It had been days, weeks. And there! I saw it running quickly, trotting almost. It had auburn feathers….