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Serena Lanza <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 25 Jul 2005 08:43:02 -0400
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Yup, that's exactly what happened when we picked him up. Not sure what he
flew into as there was no window but it must have been quite an impact.



M. Serena Lanza
Sr. Payroll Specialist
New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
Lawrence, MA
978-738-4812



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> As for the roo with a broken neck, I think you're right about that, he
> didn't have a mark on his otherwise. I just never thought they could do
> that to themselves and I've had poultry for years.

   Birds flying into windows often show just a broken neck.  It's weird
because they look fine, and it's not until you pick them up and the head
rolls that you understand what happened.

Rini

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