Posted on February 1, 2013 4:00 pm

According to the National Chicken Council, the high cost of corn (spurred by high demand from the ethanol-fuel industry) could result in a chicken wings shortage at Super Bowl time.

Ya know, this wouldn’t be a problem if they’d made the corn into the GOOD kind of alcohol.

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11 Responses to “Shortage!”

  1. CTCompromise says:

    Looks like they’re learning something from the gas industry…Whenever a holiday approaches, claim a shortage and raise the prices.

  2. hwuu says:

    My wing consumption goes up if I add good alcohol.

  3. CCO says:

    Your high school chemistry teacher is pounding a desk, with their head. Ethanol is the “good” kind since it’s not as poisonous as methanol, which can be made from corn stalks not corn kernels.

  4. Harvey says:

    @3 – No, my chemistry teacher is fine.

    In the punchline I was using the 2nd definition of alcohol: “intoxicating liquor containing alcohol”.

  5. plentyobailouts says:

    Somewhere a homeless parasite is thinking of strangling a lying-treehugging-sociopath-massmurderer with a cornstalk and a chicken bone because there will be no hot wings in the dumpster behind the Shakey’s.

    Someone said there was a big sporting event this week. But there can’t be its not October.

    If there is a popular sporting event, maybe the gun stores won’t be so crowded.

  6. Writer says:

    Chicken prices going up because of the corn shortage?

    This is not news.
    Beef and Pork already went up for the same reason.

  7. NoMoBama says:

    How many chickens are on this council and how do we know they aren’t cooking the books?

  8. Jimmy says:

    People eat chicken wings during the Super Bowl? Is this a national custom that I missed or something?

  9. seanmahair says:

    Or if they didn’t make corn into fuel that will insure you have a couple of thousand pounds paper weight.

  10. CTCompromise says:

    Let me guess…we are still paying Farm Subsidies to the corn growers as we pay higher prices for everything that depends on corn, yes?

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