A conspiracy to commit murder.
I love a good murder conspiracy
An Edgar Allen Poem.
It’s imPOEsible to tell
Thought it was Corvid-19, but then bird flu away. Think I will see him nevermore.
So I guess the difference is a matter of a pinion.
Because each starts with an e and ends with an e.
The big ones at the end of the wing. These feathers are called pinion feathers. A crow has sixteen.
So, the difference between a crow and a raven is only a matter of a pinion.
He was a Poe source of information.
...they hang out in crowbars.
I'd say it's got it's crows and caws.
It was in Poe taste.
I continued, "Therefore, it's just a matter of a pinion."
Broth, the raven, nevermore
A good friend told me a story once. When she was a kid her family would often go to zoos and museums while on vacation. They were in the aviary on one of those visits looking at birds. My friend saw a crow asked the zookeeper a question. "What's the difference between a raven and a crow?" The zookeeper looked at her, smiled and started to answer. "Have you ever heard of a pinion feather?" he said. "Pinions are the the feathers at the tip of a bird's wing that allows it to fly. They are also the ones that people will trim to prevent birds from flying away. Crows have 5 pinion feathers while ravens have 6. So, if you think about it, it's really just a matter of a pinion."
To this day, my friend and her family don't know the real answer to "What's the difference between a crow and a raven?" They are wonderful and intelligent people, but they subscribe to a particular brand of ignorance where a good pun is better than actual knowledge. They call it punorance.
Edgar Allan Poe wrote on both.
These are the big ones at the end of the wing, also called pinion feathers. A crow only has 16 of them. So the difference between a crow and a raven is only a matter of a pinion.
Well you see, a Crow has 4 pinion feathers on their wings while a Raven has only 3. So really, it's just a matter of a pinion.
In other words, a conspiracy of ravens premeditated a murder of crows.