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Jeff Donlan

Butter makes an impression, from the expression "sitting in a tub of butter" to the tigers running around a tree in Little Black Sambo until they turn into butter to Last Tango in Paris. I'm not sure if I would prefer the smell of butter to the chickens or not. But just by the change in CPI since 1925, that $10K from chickens is over $130K today. There's probably a lot of irritating regulations to deal with, but many less irritating daily relationships than, say, in an office.

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