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The Right Thing Was Done

Post by Kelli » Thu, 04 May 2000 04:00:00



Quote:
>  I asked her about my chick,
> and she had sold it!  I told her I wanted the chick and she could keep the
> $100.  How's THAT!  Brother, learned the hard way, huh?

I don't understand.  Were there two birds-  the 4 year old and a chick?  Did you
decide to buy that chick when you learned the 4 year old was sold?  Did you ever
get a bird?  Did you get it from this same woman?

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The Right Thing Was Done

Post by Mamabir » Fri, 05 May 2000 04:00:00


I'm still confused. How did you get your chick back if she had already sold
it? Was she handfeeding it for you as a favor, or some kind of business
deal between the two of you?  What kind of bird is it... you've never said.
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Quote:
> x-no-archive: yes

> >I don't understand.  Were there two birds-  the 4 year old and a chick?
Did
> >you
> >decide to buy that chick when you learned the 4 year old was sold?  Did
you
> >ever
> >get a bird?  Did you get it from this same woman?

> Oh sorry to be confusing.  She handfed a chick for me, one from my own
clutch.
> The 4 year old bird was a different transaction.  I got MY chick back and
had
> to forfeit my $100 deposit to do it.  So, I ended up paying $100 for my
OWN
> chick, one hatched by my hen.  Hard lesson to learn, but at least the
chick is
> here and safe, even though quite a good deal thinner than its clutch
mates.