Megan McArdle wonders:
Here’s the thing. Distributing birth control to pigeons across the board ignores the wishes of the pigeon parents. These pigeons, with their small brains, are likely to think birth control is a blank check for reckless behavior — before you know it, they’ll be laying unwanted, unplanned-for eggs.
Every pigeon should be a wanted pigeon.
… And come to think of it: Does this mean that pigeons are taking more precautions than John Edwards?
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