How to kill 4 chickens in 3 years



          Selena Deckelmann
         selena@endpoint.com

               @selenamarie
10 lessons from the lives of Penny, Ginger, TJ and Connie
Penny




              Ginger


1. Be impulsive.
2. Let chickens be free.
3. Keep your schedule.
4. Leave the door open.
TJ
Popsicle
           Connie




     5. Get more chickens.
6. Leave chickens
  out overnight.
7. Leave chicken for dead.
8. Put injured chicken
        in coop.
MAGGOTS
9. Use carbon monoxide.
10. Forget past mistakes.
1. Be impulsive.
2. Let chickens be free.
3. Keep your schedule.
4. Leave the door open.
5. Get more chickens.
6. Leave ch...
Thank you for tolerating
   this presentation.

  I miss my chickens.
      Selena Deckelmann
     selena@endpoint.com

  ...
How to kill 4 chickens in 3 years
How to kill 4 chickens in 3 years
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Do you want to have backyard chickens? This talk is for you! Find out all the steps necessary to kill them over the next few years.

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How to kill 4 chickens in 3 years

  1. 1. How to kill 4 chickens in 3 years Selena Deckelmann selena@endpoint.com @selenamarie
  2. 2. 10 lessons from the lives of Penny, Ginger, TJ and Connie
  3. 3. Penny Ginger 1. Be impulsive.
  4. 4. 2. Let chickens be free.
  5. 5. 3. Keep your schedule.
  6. 6. 4. Leave the door open.
  7. 7. TJ Popsicle Connie 5. Get more chickens.
  8. 8. 6. Leave chickens out overnight.
  9. 9. 7. Leave chicken for dead.
  10. 10. 8. Put injured chicken in coop.
  11. 11. MAGGOTS
  12. 12. 9. Use carbon monoxide.
  13. 13. 10. Forget past mistakes.
  14. 14. 1. Be impulsive. 2. Let chickens be free. 3. Keep your schedule. 4. Leave the door open. 5. Get more chickens. 6. Leave chickens out overnight. 7. Leave chicken for dead. 8. Put injured chicken in coop. 9. Use carbon monoxide. 10. Forget past mistakes.
  15. 15. Thank you for tolerating this presentation. I miss my chickens. Selena Deckelmann selena@endpoint.com @selenamarie
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