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(Channel3000)   Escaping herd of cows cause traffic jam. Mer   ( channel3000.com) divider line
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2085 clicks; posted to Main » on 05 Mar 2003 at 2:48 AM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2003-03-04 09:50:58 PM  
This reeks of Kat. Mer? Actually, I do agree on that one.
2003-03-05 01:57:57 AM  
This reeks of Kat. Mer?

Hahahaha, I was thinking the same thing.

The origins of Mer.
2003-03-05 01:59:21 AM  
fark it, let's try that again
2003-03-05 02:53:23 AM  
I agree...me thinks there was a Kat on the prowl...
2003-03-05 02:53:25 AM  
alright, so I've done it...I bought into the totalfark thing...how long until I can access totalfark.com?
2003-03-05 02:54:02 AM  
I guess immediately! mods...
2003-03-05 02:54:49 AM  
2003-03-05 02:55:37 AM  
Mer? Wtf is 'Mer'?
2003-03-05 02:57:39 AM  
were they RAGING COWS? as in the EXTREME new flavored dairy product from Dr. Pepper?
2003-03-05 02:57:50 AM  
WOW.. i'm more impressed that they have a channel 3000 out there. how many farking channels do you need?
2003-03-05 02:58:35 AM  
Solution: Glock 17 and a BBQ grill
2003-03-05 03:01:09 AM  
Loose cattle are a pain in the ass. I've lost valuable time in a 56 mile relay because one of my teammates had to stop and drive off a bull that was attacking a female runner for another team (they started an hour ahead of us)
2003-03-05 03:01:19 AM  
Waaaait a second, does this mean that the cows have finally begun their rebellion against human kind?!

Maybe not, but it would be fun to watch.
2003-03-05 03:01:55 AM  
2003-03-05 03:02:02 AM  
It's meh, not mer or moo.
2003-03-05 03:05:24 AM  
To put an end to the discussion about whether it's mer or moo, I leave you with this: It's neither -- obviously you've never seen an angry cow that's just been hit by an empty bottle of Jack Daniel's. Ok, time for bed now.
2003-03-05 03:05:58 AM  
Solution: Ruger .454 Casull or Desert Eagle .50AE and a BBQ Grill

NOT a pansy ass Glock 17 :P

2003-03-05 03:06:47 AM  
We had loose cattle here not to long ago. It was pretty funny to watch. Luckily they got them out of the road in time for rush hour
2003-03-05 03:10:05 AM  
Kat: I want to bare your children.
The line? It starts over there? *looking*

Oh. Okay. *goes to stand in line*

2003-03-05 03:11:10 AM  
Damn cows always driving slow in the passing lane and talking on their cell phones, yelling at their kids in the back. Someone should take away their licenses. Oh wait...Guess I should have read the article firat.
2003-03-05 03:11:25 AM  
Actually, I would say .30-06 and BBQ, if you're dealing with a bull. You don't want to get close enough to one to get a headshot with a pistol, so a heart/lung shot with the .30-06 leaves good meat and a sure kill.
2003-03-05 03:12:57 AM  
And for steers I would probably still stick with the .30-06, because you just never know when something will go wrong.
2003-03-05 03:16:35 AM  
There is no word yet if any mooo-ving violations were handed out.

Good god.

Did the cows moooooo-ve out of the way quickly?

What was the moooooooo-tive?

Luckily no moooooooo-torists were injured.

2003-03-05 03:17:39 AM  
muther of fark!

i posted a different link to the exact same article yesterday! bloody hell, can't get no respect.
2003-03-05 03:23:52 AM  
Sidi - Actually, the .454 and .50AE pack about the same punch as a .30-06, my brother-in-law took at deer at about 50 yards with a .454, but damn near broke his wrist in the process (things kick like all hell)

2003-03-05 03:27:50 AM  
But, as far as I know, you can't get either in rifle form. 50 yars may seem like a lot of distance, until you have an angry 1500 pound animal charging you. Plus you're going to get a lot more tearing and bruising with the larger round size...the .30-06 gives good penetrating power, leaving some more good steaks.
2003-03-05 03:31:13 AM  
True enough, but with something charging me, I think I'd prefer the ability to fire quick shots, something harder to do with a rifle (ever try shooting a mooo-ving target from the hip?) and damn the steaks. :D

2003-03-05 03:44:04 AM  


Kat: I want to bare your children.

You are a sick, sick man.
2003-03-05 03:54:49 AM  
Maybe he just wants to use the children as weapons.
2003-03-05 03:56:42 AM  
I dunno I would want the stopping power of a .067 with a superspy scope and blood-killer bullets.

*scratches crotch, spits and lifts a heavy object. Generally feeling much more manly*
2003-03-05 03:57:06 AM  
Only in Wisconsin.. can you be late for an appointment due to a cow blocking the road... while everyone else the previous night was out getting shiat-faced... God I love this state.
2003-03-05 03:59:53 AM  
Sounds like Boutitboutit is a priest.
2003-03-05 04:02:48 AM  
I don't mind having kids, as long as I get to look like Arnold Schwartzenegger when it's over.

Priest? Nooo...

2003-03-05 04:06:31 AM  
boutitboutit Ya missed it you said bare your children.
Not bear your children.

Thus the priest reference.
2003-03-05 04:15:16 AM  

My bad...

2003-03-05 04:21:48 AM  
Mer???? Mer????

Kat, we've gotta talk. It's Muh, not Mer and not Moo.

Go out into some field, and try yelling each at the top of your breath at some Cattle. You'll get a much better response from the Muh. Not much, but a better response.

not that I've ever tried it. Really.

/and the bull goes on forever
2003-03-05 04:30:35 AM  
No, it's mer. Its short for murder me and make me into a burger.

/mmmmm meat.
2003-03-05 04:47:21 AM  
"There is no word yet if any mooo-ving violations were handed out."

Shouldn't this be illegal in journalism?
2003-03-05 04:52:47 AM  
[image from dattaway.org too old to be available]
Never underestimate the power of a cow.
2003-03-05 04:59:36 AM  
It's actually Möö.
I hope this shows up correctly. :)
2003-03-05 05:10:44 AM  
[image from bol.ucla.edu too old to be available]

Please excuse the crappy job, I don't have Photoshop, the above was done pixel by pixel in MSPaint =)

2003-03-05 05:13:10 AM  
It must have been udder confusion.
2003-03-05 07:09:15 AM  
[image from tecfa.unige.ch too old to be available]

2003-03-05 07:19:46 AM  
I want to live someplace where the only thin to worry about is meandering cattle. AHHHHH the simple life.
2003-03-05 07:22:06 AM  
Who let the cows out!? Moo! Moo! Moo! *Goes off singing*
2003-03-05 08:30:02 AM  
that is such UDDER nonsense...

OK, I'll kill myself....
2003-03-05 08:34:51 AM  
Few people know that that is actually JDX flashing the cows in that picture.

And he still got no play...
2003-03-05 08:52:49 AM  

Thanks for saving us the trouble...
2003-03-05 08:57:09 AM  
Kat: I want to bare your children.

You sick fark.
2003-03-05 09:20:24 AM  
Mer. Hehe. That's so true. I grew up in Devon, true rural styley. :)
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