There is a man who is blind with hair covering his face. He is in Argentina. He is doing the “Chicken Dance” with the chickens. Juan Valdez is his name. He has a feeding job-feeding the chickens. He feeds the chickens three times a day. He feeds them corn and gives them water. There is a white chicken in the background that is fed white corn. He chicken is white because he is scared. The man cannot see where the bathroom is or anything else in his home. He cannot see where the clock is but he can see where the chickens are! Juan is a Spanish farmer. He swings his hips to the clucks of the chickens. There may be cows mooing and the sound is soft. Juan is happy-go-lucky. It appears that the little chickens trust him more than the big chickens. Juan wants JoAnn to come and swat the bugs off of him. There are many bugs in Argentina. They flock to him because of his perspiration. One chicken is named “Cluck-Cluck”. There are too many others to name. The chickens are friendly because they like flocking together with Juan. They like Juan because he feeds them. Juan has a family who stays indoors because of the heat. The chickens are his family. Juan dreams of more chickens. He is thinking about changing his name to “Cluck-Cluck, Sr” because he loves his chickens sooo much! The End.