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Development: Pink flamingos know what to fear

The idea is an entire field of plastic pink flamingos, each with one leg tucked up as if to say ‘let’s get away from these electric turbines and McDonald’s hamburger fast-food smells and grease filled air.

Even plastic pink flamingos are concerned about their plastic backs being slimed up by the grease filled air emitted from the fan vents of fast-food houses. The greased air is then twirled through the air by large turbine fans standing 80 feet in the air with a wing span of 30 feet.

One thing plastic flamingos are grateful of, as they can get only one leg up, they won’t fly into the 30 foot wing span of the turbines. But then a couple pink flamingos of plastic wondered if there would be itty bitty plastic erected objects with a winged span for schmoozing with to propagata a perpetual parron of fast eating, fast moving, plastic they would name McTurbine.

Then the other plastic pink flamingo said they wanted them to look like fir trees.

So if you agree with fast moving/greasy artificial stuff place your “mark” by this X.

Sharon Embleton

Freeland

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