After half a year of secret planning, Governor Brewer proudly announced (in January) a “gift to
House Bill 2251, signed by Governor Brewer last spring, actually established the 5C museum in
So, the Governor and the AHS appear to be planning a “Many C” or “XC” museum for the centennial. Therefore, it seems perfectly logical to ask: Will there be chickens? As the population of the
Meanwhile, citrus and cotton are in serious decline. Both land and water are becoming too scarce and expensive for agricultural use. The last citrus packing plant in metropolitan
Why, it’s not hard to imagine that chickens may soon outnumber cows.
So, if the Governor and AHS have not yet considered chickens for another “C”, they should. Besides, chickens have more charisma than cows. Consider the little Red Hen, Chicken Little, Foghorn Leghorn, and even Easter chicks. The only cow anyone ever heard of was that fool that chewed too much weed and did the lunar leap. No one can even remember her name.
Also, if the XC museum included chickens and eggs, there could be an Easter egg collection. That would at least provide something of interest for kids.
One “C” that is apparently not included, however, is “cash”. There was no funding for the 5C museum when the bill was passed, and there appears to be none now. The Governor and the AHS appear to have only chicken feed to support their project.