cryinoutloud: Unimpressed.[imageshack.us image 440x350]It's still a pretty common practice in some parts of the U.S. You know, in those places where men are men, and there are sheep. And the cowboys are from South America.[imageshack.us image 640x480]
T Baggins: Wonder how many fark threads we'd get if one of the sheep brake-checked an SUV.
AverageAmericanGuy: In other news, buggy whip manufacturers ride 2000 handsome cabs through New York to save their ancient trade.
TomD9938: AverageAmericanGuy: In other news, buggy whip manufacturers ride 2000 handsome cabs through New York to save their ancient trade.It got me to thinking that I dont have a stich of wool in my house. And no lamb / mutton, whatever, either.
FrancoFile: No wool? Sweaters? Winter socks? Scarf?
Bslim: Hmmmm a feller could have a good time with so many sheep. Were he so inclined...
Fano: "BBuenos noches Raphael"Buenos noches, Samuel"
Thisbymaster: Are they going to bring back the buggy whip factories as well? They are just as relevant.
DarkVader: Huh, now that I think about it, neither do I.I can't recall ever owning anything wool, it's just too damn uncomfortable.And I'm out of lamb at the moment.
kdawg7736: I did not even think that shepherds still exist as an occupation. Or at least they would be called farmers instead of shepherds.
TuteTibiImperes: Huh, I learned something new today. Ovine is apparently to sheep what bovine is to cattle.
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