(South Africa) Cries of disgust have been screamed from ADSL Competitors world wide. Winston, the 11 month old pigeon, managed to beat an email, and these competitors want answers.
A source said to us in an interview, "Is it a bird, or is it really a plane?". This little remark has caused havoc in BOW (Bird Organisation Worldwide). The ADSL Competitors are insisting that little Winston get checked to determine if he's a bird or a plane/tiger/Harry Potter. Head of BOW, Tweety, has stated, "We are outraged that the competitors want tests done, Winston's just got speed, and is a good generator for our community. He is a good service provider, and knows how to dodge traffic. He is our hero, the pigeon world now has respect again. People no longer throw bread at us, but ask us what the future holds. It is fantastic, very liberating".
A source within BOW however has made a comment that has caused chaos within the bird community. "Frank" (not his real name), the one eyed, one legged, one winged parrot, after blowing a mouth full of marijuana smoke out, stated, "I think the dude is on roids man. He benches 50g at BEG (Birds Exclusive Gym), and he always looks wired. I'd do a dope test if i was you, that dude's no plane, or is he? Man, don't make me paranoid! I'm hungry. Where's my seeds?"
Another problem that has emerged, are Kamakazi pigeons. When questioning the ring leader, Fidget, he did not hesitate with his answer. "We're competing against a super hero. The best tricks we could pull, was flying in circles and looking cute in the park. Now we just look like fools. Please excuse me, I have a car window to fly into"
Someone else, who has reported his disappointment, is Chuck Norris. "This little guy is more famous than me. This is one test I could not pass, the ADSL one! I'm doomed, I'm not so hot anymore. I hand over my crown to him." *Cries hysterically before round house kicking a wall*
One thing is for sure, we're proud of Winston, and will think twice next time we chase birds away because they are being pests. Start respecting pigeons, they are going to rule the world of technology, or do they already?