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Would it be a good idea to genetically engineer giant turkeys and ride around on them?

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2010-04-06 23:18:17
2010-04-06 23:18:17

No, They would become more intelligent then us and take over the world...PLANET OF THE TURKEYS...

WHO NEEDS TANKS AND WAR PLANES?! WE GOT TURKEYS!

What would happen to Thanksgiving?!

Besides, we already have genetically engineered giant turkeys. They're called ostriches. And just for the record, why would you WANT to genetically engineer turkeys?

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