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Friday, September 23, 2011

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Which cows?

There are so many cows waiting to come home it is hard to know which ones you are referring to. Maybe they will all cancel each other out.

@Edward, it will require the most unbelievable chain of events and influences to allow your cows-cancel-each-other-out dream to come true. I truly wish it were otherwise, because I believe that the transformations rolling toward us will leave us dealing with a world we barely know and don't understand.

I'm old enough to know that I just may see the beginning of these homecoming cows, but sure's hell won't see the end. Fighting an orderly retreat is an entirely honorable tactic, since it preserves the most resources for struggles yet to come. I worry most about the preservation of knowledge and craft, skills in thinking and making the species learned long ago - so long that re-learning will take a long and difficult time.

Just think of the sweet, sweet milk and juicy ribeyes.

Unless you're lactose intolerant or a vegan.

I'm much more worried about the chickens. It's been reported that they run around after they've lost their heads and can still cause surprising damage.

Eine kine nachtmusik.

@Phillip,

This country is on a suicide trip. Either that, or this is not a "country" but a collection of individuals with various affiliations where certain affiliations want to exploit other ones.

Maybe we should be worried about cows with guns:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQMbXvn2RNI

"A revolutionary veal"? Outstanding.

Call me a dreamer, but I think if people would just walk a mile in lactose's shoes they might finally get over their intolerance.

I think if we could deal with all the sheeple the cows and chickens might just stay put.

Repent ... repent ...

The Zombie Apocowlypse is nigh!

And of course, they have an app for it.

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