I was driving down the interstate in a rural area when a chicken passed me doing 65 mph. I sped up and passed the chicken. A few minutes later, the same bird passed me again; this time he was doing 75 mph. Startled, I floored the accelerator, got my car up to 85, and blew by the bird, for good I thought. But sure enough, five minutes later he went by me again. This time he passed me at 95 mph and made a right turn off the freeway onto a farm next to the interstate. I immediately exited and drove up to the farmhouse and knocked on the door. When the farmer opened the door, I told the farmer of my experience with his speedy poultry and he told me, "Oh, that must be one of my three-legged chickens!" I asked, "How did you end up with three-legged chickens?" He responded, "I have nine children. They all love drumsticks, so I bred three-legged chickens to keep my kids satisfied." It sounded logical to me, so I curiously asked, "How do they taste?" The farmer answered, "Don't know -- can't catch 'em!"