When my grandpa's hens went broody, he'd set them up with as many eggs as they could cover. Even a little banty will get flat as a rug and cover a dozen large eggs. You have to put all the eggs under the hen at the same time -- not over the course of a couple days. And you do it at night so they're drowsy enough to not object. Grandpa would usually slip one duck egg in there with the rest. This was all fine by the hen -- till she took her little fleet of peeps down to the pond and the duckling sailed off across the water and mama flipped out.
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My brother in the Midwest is semi-famous for his Salmon BLT. It's just like a BLT, but you stuff a small grilled salmon fillet into the stack.
"Too much responsibility for the boots on the ground" ??? Give cops a little credit here. Who determines what's offensive panhandling and what's community fundraising? It's not that difficult. It's called community standards. What's tolerated on Skid Row in Portland or Los Angeles would not be acceptable by most of the community in Missoula. Give the ordinance a chance and see how it works.
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