Wednesday, July 17, 2013

While On The Subject Of Cows

This is hilarious.

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  1. Kind of reminds me of the Republican Party.

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  2. LOL...this makes the job of a cowboy a heck of a lot easier! And I bet you could herd cats that way, too.

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    1. Yeah, the funny thing is the way they followed it. Follow me to the corral boys.

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  3. ha. that is awesome...did you see them jump back...ha...wonder how they got them to do that...def an easy way to herd...smiles...unless you get out of signal range or run out of batteries...

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    1. It's funny, they were intensely curious but afraid at the same time.

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  4. Good one! Well, I reckon that's one way to exercise those cattle. It isn't easy to keep that svelte figure, ya know.

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    1. I was thinking, those are beef cattle, the rancher isn't going to be very happy about working the fat off.

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  5. what do you suppose they thought about that. we stopped by a pasture one New Year's Eve at midnight (driving all night) with an aerial firework. when we first pulled over all the cows came up to the fence because I guess they thought we were going to drop some hay over the fence. we shot off that thing and instantly all the cows were on the other side of the pasture as if they had been transported over there. for some reason, we thought that was hilariously funny.

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    1. I once went into a pasture to watch the perseid meteors. I fell asleep and the next morning awoke to find myself surrounded by cows calmly looking down at me. It was a trip. (literally)

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  6. I wish I had a radio-controlled car. Then all I'd need is a herd of cows. Might look a bit bizarre on a city street, though.

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    1. I'd wager you could do the same thing with people.

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  7. Too funny. At first I thought the cows were chasing a prairie dog or something, until the camera moved closer.

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  8. I guess the few remaining cowboys are now worried that even their jobs can be outsourced to India.

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