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Santa Clara paper follows furs to 'Crack Chicken' meet

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Californian student newspaper The Santa Clara tailed a group of furs to the weekly "Crack Chicken" meet, and gives a overview of the fandom and fursuiting.

The article's tone is positive, though the claim that "most ... in the group own at least one fur suit, and many own more than five" may only be true in the Bay Area, if anywhere.


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California, where people's fursuits are paid for by government subsidies.

Furry making a Republican joke... I'm messed up...

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Dammit, I'm missing out. I want my free government fursuit!

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