Colonel Chicken
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      • Stimpygato THIS COMMENT EDITED 4 LESS TEXT. This was still a great chop from the git go.
      • raygregory Yes, brevity is the soul of . . . hmm, good leg. I've cleaned it up . . . some. Thanx for the tip.
      • UsernameBill What impresses me here is how well the bird's head matches the tone of the clothes. Not really 'dressing a bird' in the sense that others have, but so good in it's own way.
      • AzureSky Verrry clever, a finger lickin' good entry
      • raygregory You've got a good eye there, UsernameBill. OK, time to admit my dirty little secret: It's a rubber chicken head (which does indeed fit the uniform).
      • haltia420 I have to be honest here...this wasn't a real bird let alone a dressed bird. I give you that it is extrememly nice work...but didn't belong in this contest. The secret wasn't so dirty..I think we all knew it wasn't a real chicken head.
      • raygregory Oh oh.
      • raygregory OK, I went back and checked. To quote the rules of the contest: "Create images of any type of bird dressed up wearing clothes (italics mine)." As Bill Clinton might put it, it depends on the definition of "any" But I do appreciate the complement, haltia420. On 6/10/2005 10:19:10 AM, haltia420 said: I have to be honest here...this wasn't a real bird let alone a dressed bird. I give you that it is extrememly nice work...but didn't belong in this contest. The secret wasn't so dirty..I think we all knew it wasn't a real chicken head.
      • AzureSky There were other images on here that didn't fit the rules to the letter. Putting faces onto images IS allowed, see Bono's face on yesterday's winner, for instance. An identical photo with Bill Clinton's face was used a couple of months ago. I have to admit the Bono one was better. It didn't particularly specify that the chicken or bird had to be real. If Ray had broken any rules, his entry would have been removed.
      • haltia420 You're mighty welcome, it is a very nice chop. And if your definition of "any bird" includes "rubber toy" then it fits the rules too. Pardon my ill-researched critique, please. On 6/10/2005 3:36:37 PM, raygregory said: OK, I went back and checked. To quote the rules of the contest: "Create images of any type of bird dressed up wearing clothes (italics mine)." As Bill Clinton might put it, it depends on the definition of "any" But I do appreciate the complement, haltia420.
      • BruceLeroy On 6/10/2005 6:24:46 PM, AzureSky said: There were other images on here that didn't fit the rules to the letter. Putting faces onto images IS allowed, see Bono's face on yesterday's winner, for instance. An identical photo with Bill Clinton's face was used a couple of months ago. I have to admit the Bono one was better. It didn't particularly specify that the chicken or bird had to be real. If Ray had broken any rules, his entry would have been removed.Is a source only good for one chop, and then off limits after that.
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