Study: Chicken Bone Chewing Kids More Aggressive

Social science is faux science the same way political science pretends politics is worthwhile.   Maybe a black studies professor can explain why.

Researchers at Cornell U studied chicken eating youngsters.  The 'professionals' concluded kids who eat chicken on the bone are more likely to disobey adults and be aggressive.

Versus what?  Boiling a live black bear and eating it hair and all?

The researchers say six to ten year olds who hold food in their hands and bite are more ferocious than tots who lick and spit, apparently.

They also claim kids spoon fed diced up chunks of chicken were more docile and didn't poopee their pants as much.  Good grief...

Not everyone bites.  "I think people have been eating chicken wings, chicken drumsticks for a millennia and I don't think it's made them any more aggressive than they otherwise would have been," clinical psychologist Dr. Brian Russell notes.

Wanna bet Brian doesn't get invited to the conference now?