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Extracto del art?culo de Quim Monz? (gran literato, periodista, joya de las letras catalanas etc etc) en el Magazine del domingo 3 de febrero: Durante el XXXVIII Encuentro de la Asociaci?n Av?cola Norteamericana hubo una manifestaci?n de miembros de una organizaci?n llamada Eggs First (que podr?amos traducir por ?Los Huevos Primero!). Hab?an montado una mesa redonda sobre el tema inevitable -si fue primero el huevo o la gallina-, y, en el fragor del debate, los convencidos de que fue la gallina se metieron de mala manera con uno de los convencidos de que fue el huevo. De las palabras pasaron a las manos y la cosa acab? a pu?etazos cuando el resto de los pro huevo corrieron a defender a su correligionario. El saldo final fue de 16 personas hospitalizadas. Sigue el art?culo hablando de la Fundaci?n Ova Prima de la que los Eggs First esos son el ala radical. La web es delirante!!!!!!!! Conste que yo no me intereso por el tema por el hecho de que sean freakies, sino como co-fundadora de Ediciones La Gallina o el Huevo biggrin.gif Los freakies est?n ah?, esperando que alguien los encuentre. Y saben que yo los voy a encontrar:-) Este es el art?culo en cuesti?n sobre la pelea

Egg and Poultry Conference Turns Violent Tulsa, Oklahoma – Sixteen people were injured, one seriously, in a riot at the 38th Annual Conference of the American Egg and Poultry Association in Tulsa last Wednesday. Witnesses say a disturbance broke out after a panel discussion hosted by the Ova Prima Foundation. “The discussion was very interesting and everyone behaved professionally, ” says Marshe Arends of the Golden Griffin Egg Farm in western Washington state. “But afterwards, one of the chicken people got angry and shoved one of the pro-eggers. Then someone started throwing rotten eggs and things got real messy.” Sixteen people were hospitalized after the brawl. Arnold Legg of Birmingham, Alabama is still listed in serious condition at Tulsa General after being struck on the head with a picket sign. A spokesman for the Ova Prima Foundation stated that violence is incompatible with a scholarly discussion of the age-old ' which came first?' question. “Ova Prima has always worked to set the egg and chicken debate on a scientific and scholarly footing. In light of recent scientific discoveries, we are hopeful that the debate will be conclusively settled without further bloodshed.” Eggs First! in Court The Ova Prima Foundation has denied any affiliation, philosophical or financial, with Eggs First!, the militant activist group. Eggs First! was accused of hacking the official website of the KFC Corporation over the Easter weekend last year. KFC is filing a criminal lawsuit against the radical group, claiming that Eggs First! violated Title 18 of the United States Code (U.S.C. Section 1029) dealing with computer fraud and abuse. In a companion civil case, KFC is suing Eggs First! for damages and lost income due to interference with one of their primary advertising outlets. It took company IT specialist's three days to clean up the site and remove all of the Eggs First! propaganda and graphics.