So, I am making small talk with this woman I don't really know at a charity event. Some one else mentions chickens (I swear it was not me!) And this woman goes on a tear. She says that it is not possible for people to raise chickens in Delaware because it is too cold. Ignoring the fact that Delaware is home to one of the largest Perdue farms, I figure she'll just insist that those are in SOUTHERN Delaware. SO I say, "Oh, actually we have chickens in PA and they do just fine in the winter." She looks me straight in the eye and says, "No you don't." So, I don't know this woman and I am disinclined to argue with people who are clearly coming to a battle of wits unarmed. But, my daughter says, "Yes, we do!" She's all puzzled. The woman says, "Then you must get new chickens every spring because they can't survive a PA winter." I am trying to get DDs eye to get her to simply walk away, but it isn't happening. DD says, "No, we've had the same chickens for years. We do have some new babies we hatched over the summer." She's very proud of her babies. And the woman says, "You can't have the same chickens." Finally I can see the light dawn in DDs eyes. This woman is nuts and arguing with her is pointless. So DD says, "The chickens manage just fine, if it is really cold we give them a heat lamp." The woman's eyes light up! Triumph! "A heat lamp! See I told you they could not survive a PA winter." And she stalks off. DD, all innocent looks at me and says "I was thinking of inviting her to come see them, but I thought maybe not." So funny. So, DD says, "I guess we shouldn't tell the chickens they can't survive the cold, huh?"