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(K2 Radio)   2600 sheep crossing a creek   ( divider line
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520 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 21 May 2020 at 12:20 PM (11 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-05-21 1:20:37 PM  
What 2600 sheep may look like:

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2020-05-21 2:20:48 PM  
2600 sheep crossing 10 sleep creek means you have to count an average of 260 sheep to go to sleep. Seems inefficient.
2020-05-21 3:00:39 PM  

isamudyson: What 2600 sheep may look like:

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Imagine my relief in finding this was a homebrew game and not something from back in the day I had missed.  Otherwise this was the only interaction of wool and Atari I was aware of.

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2020-05-21 3:38:21 PM  
Those dogs were working it. Pretty cool.
2020-05-21 5:19:24 PM  

imauniter: Those dogs were working it. Pretty cool.

Came to comment on watching the dogs work the flock. I could watch them go at it all day. I'm easily amused.

When my wife & I were honeymooning in Ireland 40-odd years ago we ended up in our car following a farmer on his tractor while his dogs were driving a small herd of cattle from one pasture to the other. Once the cows were in their new pasture we began to drive past. The dogs were having none of it. They're trying to force the car to follow the cows.  The farmer was greatly amused but he was in no rush to call the dogs off. Rural hilarity ensued.
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