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Peggy Marceaux, Author of BeakSpeak
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My first experience with “Fowl” language

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing; however, that Barnyard Zen belied the fact that chickens have a rough life: they must survive a pecking order.

Peggy Marceaux, Author of BeakSpeak
BeakSpeak Book, Interview Questions, Thoughts on Education

How did BeakSpeak come about?

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing.

Peggy Marceaux, Author of BeakSpeak
BeakSpeak Book, Interview Questions, Thoughts on Education

How did BeakSpeak come about?

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing.

Peggy Marceaux, Author of BeakSpeak
BeakSpeak Book, Interview Questions, Thoughts on Education

How did BeakSpeak come about?

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing.

Peggy Marceaux, Author of BeakSpeak
BeakSpeak Book, Interview Questions, Thoughts on Education

How did BeakSpeak come about?

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing.

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How did BeakSpeak come about?

Just a reminder that this is how it all began.

Peggy Marceaux

My first experience with “fowl” language started many years ago when I met an old codger named T. Brady who introduced me to his game flock. A reincarnation of Dale Gribble from the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, T. would mumble and cluck when he talked to them, which I found surprisingly soothing.

That
Barnyard Zen belied the fact that chickens have a rough life: they must survive
a pecking order. Yes, though a flock of chickens may be a microcosm of human
society, some behaving aggressively, others passively, weak birds cannot
survive a bully without a human intervening.

I could
see myself doing that. So, I bought some chickens, but that’s another story. I
mostly wanted to help young people survive
bullying. I wanted to help them become
independent-minded, too, and to get along with one another. To do that, you have to communicate what you
mean…

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