Oscar de Allende, a government official in the Córdoba state government in Argentina, lost his job after suggesting Córdoba solve its pigeon overpopulation problem by feeding the pigeons to impoverished children. There are many positive ways to come up with constructive programs to address the very real problems of poverty and childhood hunger; suffice to say, this is not one of them. Allende has since (understandably) lost his job.
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