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George Orwell 's ' The Farmer '

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“A man was driving down a country road one day, and he saw, to his surprise, a chicken beside his car. Now this man was going 60 miles-per-hour and the chicken was keeping pace with him. And all the sudden the chicken ran ahead of him, but it seemed like the children had three legs. As the man gaped in wonder, he saw the animal turn down a dirt road and so the man followed it until he came to a farmhouse where he met a farmer.
He said to this so-said farmer, “Did you so happen to see a chicken come by here?”
And the farmer said, “Yes.”
“Is it yours?” the man said.
“Yes,” the farmer answered.
“Did the chicken have three legs?” the man asked.
“Yes, I breed them that way,” the farmer answered.
“Why?” the man asked and with a little puff of his chest the farmer answered. “Well, you see, I like the drumstick, Ma likes the drumstick, and now Junior comes along, and he likes the drumstick. So I breed three-legged chickens.”
“Well, how do they taste?”
Now when he asked this, the farmer looked chest fallen and said longingly. “I don’t know. I haven’t caught one yet.””
This was only one of the hilarious stories and jokes that Ronald Reagan told during his presidency alone. Ronald Reagan was the 40th president of the United States, who served from 1981 to 1989, and was one of the most widely known presidents. But his fame and popularity did not just come from his jokes, but his early life, his presidency, and his last years.
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