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(Death and Taxes Magazine)   FARK ready headline: "20-foot tall pile of goat manure catches fire, smells like bacon"   (deathandtaxesmag.com) divider line 10
    More: Weird, goats, cubic yards, bacon, Big News  
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2013-08-27 08:30:56 AM
In b4 yanked
 
2013-08-27 08:47:47 AM
Spontaneous Fecal Combustion is my new band name

/Thanks Vermont!
 
2013-08-27 09:00:40 AM
Lynyrd Skynyrd is amused.
 
2013-08-27 09:00:56 AM
Well, I guess we can rename the bacon cheddar burger "the Vermonter."

Could we have a special "headline of the year" award for the actual headlines?  Farkers catch a lot of good ones.
 
2013-08-27 09:17:10 AM
Love the poorly-shopped "photo" accompanying the article.  Should be a PS contest.
 
2013-08-27 10:03:49 AM
20 feet tall?  I didn't know they stacked goat manure that high.
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2013-08-27 10:28:07 AM

brimed03: Love the poorly-shopped "photo" accompanying the article.  Should be a PS contest.


How could you tell? Was it the pixels? It was the pixels, wasn't it?
 
2013-08-27 10:29:34 AM
Poorly photoshoped image by someone who knows little about photoshop and even less about what a 20 ft. mount of goat stuff would look like! And with 800 goats, a 20 ft pile would not be uncommon!
 
2013-08-27 12:37:04 PM
Goats are shiatting bacon!?  Grab your shovels!
 
2013-08-27 06:36:56 PM

DarwiOdrade: brimed03: Love the poorly-shopped "photo" accompanying the article.  Should be a PS contest.

How could you tell? Was it the pixels? It was the pixels, wasn't it?


Well, that and I have seen many 'shops in my time.
 
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