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(The New York Times)   Brooklyn hipster couple flooded out by Sandy seeks new apartment with two non-negotiable amenities: (a) access to chicken coop; (b) blogging room. The New York Times is there   ( nytimes.com) divider line
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2012-11-13 10:47:44 AM  
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Jeebus just kill them. It would be nice if this generation would pull their head out of their asses every now and then and just leave the city. It will improve you as a person and make you more self-reliant. Also, you can have animals without nearly as many problems and even be able to tout your goddamn chickens as "free range fair trade meat free eco-alternative solution to intersectionality amongst not only class but gender" on your farking blog where you have to AW out, because doing something just to do it is lame these days. Sorry for the rant, farkers, but hipster dbags like these annoy me nearly as much as gangstas, except with less killing and more venereal disease. Perhaps they should realize they are the 1%-trying to raise chickens in a city loft lmao.
2012-11-13 10:40:36 AM  
2 votes:

WelldeadLink: chicken coop; blogging room

Can they be the same room?

The chicken coop should only be used for tweeting.
2012-11-13 11:13:59 AM  
1 vote:
There's plenty of room in my freezer for your chickens, you stupid hipsters. I'll even promise to dress them in an ironic marinade...
2012-11-13 10:24:29 AM  
1 vote:
"My chickens bring me a lot of joy, but I know we have to be realistic," Ms. Kirshner said.

2012-11-13 09:33:48 AM  
1 vote:
Ms. Kirshner, 27, grew up on a farm in Washington State, home to goats, sheep and, yes, chickens, which when she was young she was charged with caring for. As an adult living in Brooklyn, she arranged to have chickens again, for the eggs, but mostly for fun.

They hope to find an apartment nearby, so Mr. Kumagai, 39, an artist and a graphic designer, can bike to his studio. And it must have a functional kitchen so Ms. Kirshner, who recently started a recipe publication, Sweets and Bitters Quarterly, can test recipes.

While the couple understand they may have to say goodbye to their pets, they are still trying to get the word out through friends, through real estate agents and through Twitter.

These people sound like absolute monsters. They should just kill their pets and move into a kitchen-less apartment like regular people.
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