The point is that Cauli Le Poussin is perfect as my special nature correspondent. A chick's entire world appears new, fresh, and alive, so we should get an energized perspective. Although I consider Cauli to be a girl's name, Broadway Gal said that Cauli chick is a boy, so we'll run with that until we hear otherwise. He had better get moving--his first blog post deadline is today. Look for his inaugural story tomorrow.
Welcome to the team, Cauli Le Poussin! Now get to work.
Like, Now, Cauli Le Poussin,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Special Correspondents News Beat
P.S. This 17-minute agricultural short, The Chicken of Tomorrow (1948), talks about efforts to improve chicken production and productivity in post-World War II America. A slightly different version of this film was riffed on Mystery Science Theater 3000, as the introductory short to the episode featuring the horrible horror movie The Brute Man (1946). The MST3K treatment is much funnier. You can find it on YouTube. Better yet, buy MST3K DVD volume XXII. Just saying.