Archive for October, 2013

Oh, the storms.

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It’s kind of exciting to have some Weather instead of just gentle rain. Reminds me of Wisconsin. On the other hand, I’m pretty sure one of my cows just fucking blew away. So that’s not great.

In Wisconsin it wasn’t a problem when the cows blew away. The holsteins would just shift from one farm to the next. Thus holstein parity was achieved. Since the initiating farm was some guy in Illinois nobody cared. On reflection, I feel a little bad for that farmer, but he’s from Illinois. I do wonder where he got his cows, though?

They want you to believe that they’re chewing their cud, but they’re really just biding their time…

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In a world where cows eat farmers, a single strand of electric twine is the only thing that stands between humanity and being bodily devoured by a herd of ravenous cows.

Coming soon to a theater near you: The Ruminating!

Note to self

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Do not leave the pickup parked in the hay barn. That’s where the turkeys hang out and, as a result, when I go to collect the truck, I need to fight off a half-dozen or so of what are basically very loving velociraptors.

Moving

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“Okay, there are some tentacles.” “Really” “It’s only a few tentacles.” “…” “Fine, I admit that there are a lot of tentacles, are you happy now?” “Not really” “Are you just saying that because you’re being dragged away by at least one of the aforementioned tentacles?” “No.” “This is about to become one of those situations where I regret not buying the big chainsaw, isn’t it?” “Maybe.”