Assembler Chicken: First, it builds the road ......
C Chicken: It crosses the road
without looking both ways.
C++ Chicken: The chicken wouldn't
have to cross the road, you'
d simply refer to him on the other side.
COBOL Chicken: 0001-CHICKEN-CROSSING.
VARYING STEPS FROM 1 BY 1 UNTIL
GO TO 0001-CHICKEN-CROSSING
Cray Chicken: Crosses faster than any other chicken, but if you don't
dip it in
liquid nitrogen first, it arrives on the other side frazzled.
Delphi Chicken: The chicken is dragged across the road and dropped on the other side.
Gopher Chicken: Tried to run but got flattened by the Web chicken.
Intel Pentium Chicken: The chicken crossed 4.9999978 times.
Iomega Chicken: The chicken should have '
Java Chicken: If your road needs to be crossed by a chicken, then the server will download one to the other side. (Of course, those are chicklets.)
Linux Chicken: Don't
you *dare* try to cross
the road the same way we do!
Mac Chicken: No reasonable chicken owner would want a chicken to cross the road, so there's
no way to tell it how to cross the road.
Newton Chicken: Can't
fly, and can't
lay eggs, but you can carry it across the road in your pocket.
OOP Chicken: It doesn't
need to cross the road, it just sends a message.
OS/2 Chicken: It crossed the road in style years ago, but it
was so quiet that nobody noticed.
Quantum Logic Chicken: The chicken is distributed probabilistically on all sides of the road until you observe
it on the side of your choice.
VB Chicken: USHighways!<TheRoad.cross> (aChicken)
already on both
sides of the road. What's
more its just bought the road.
Windows 95 Chicken: You see different coloured feathers while it crosses, but when you cook it still tastes like........
XP Chicken Jumps out onto the road, turns right, and just keeps on running.
The Longhorn Chicken had an identity crisis and is now calling itself Vista.
The Vista Chicken dazzled itself with its own graphics.
The Vesta Chicken was eaten by my old friend 'Mad Mick'
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