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When Pigs Fly! is proud to present our first CD, PIGATUDE, to rave reviews. PIGATUDE is filled with over 57 minutes of your favorite Celtic and Americana tunes. From the Irish Washer Woman to Planxty George Brabazon to the Pigtown Fling, PIGATUDE will keep your toes tapping. ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY at the special online price of: $15 each (US Dollars - tax included) plus $3 shipping and handling for shipping in the USA. Send your check or money order to: When Pigs Fly! - CD Sales c/o Celticana, PO Box 2664, Downey, CA 90242




Hi, Mariah. Here's a photo I just took of the Pigasus BBQ for you. It's on State St. in New Albany, Indiana, across the river from Louisville, Ky. It got it's name from comments like: "When you can find great barbeque outside Kentucky, pigs will fly." The owner's name is Gary Needham. He's a world-class chef who left the Caribbean to open a rib place in his home town. Personally, I've eaten a lot of barbeque in my travels, but Gary serves the absolute best I've ever eaten. It must be good--he gets enough publicity, and sells about 300 pounds a day. I'm sure he'll get a kick out of seeing his place on the web. Hope you enjoy the photo. Curt


Flying pigs get new home next to airfield

The flying pigs who take to the skies from a grass runway to the 633 Squadron music in a TV advert will be spared the slaughterhouse. The animals have been given a new home next to an airfield. The three pigs are featured in the current advert for Zurich insurance. The company has found a farm on the edge of the Cotswolds for them to live out the rest of their days. A Zurich spokesman said: "Though the high-flying stars were originally plucked from obscurity, we were determined they should not suffer the indignity of a bumpy landing back in reality, away from the spotlight, forlorn and forgotten in some anonymous muddy field in a far-flung farm or - God forbid, sent to a slaughterhouse." The company says it was offered many places for the pigs once it was known homes were needed. But it decided on Butts Farm near Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The farm is popular with children and is open to visitors during the summer where they can also see sheep, lambs, goats, pigs and piglets. The pigs have been built arks - pig homes - and have their own specialist pig vet on hand. Farm owner Judy Hancox, 43, said: "They arrived here to enjoy a long and prosperous retirement, but I will look after them as farm animals and make sure they don't become too fat. "They are well aware of their new found status as TV stars and walk around the farm with a bit of a swagger - they're real attention seekers."




Spotted on TV reruns of the Kids In the Hall, several sketches featuring our favorite animals!
August 8, 2002




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