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(PennLive)   For those of you who live in Pennsylvania and can't make it to the Farm Show, here is a 50-second tour of the event, saving you time and money   ( divider line
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2014-01-05 04:32:06 PM  
Folks tend to forget how much of an agricultural state Pennsylvania is.
2014-01-05 04:58:26 PM  
That's not Farm Show

This is Farm Show
2014-01-05 05:49:27 PM  
Ugh that didn't show anything specific at all. Though I am surprised how updated the interior looks compared to the ancient crumbling exterior. I also expected a lot more dirt, straw, and animals.
2014-01-05 06:19:19 PM  
The video could have spent more time on the butter sculpture.
2014-01-06 10:15:35 AM  
I was at the York Fair (America's Oldest) with my sister and her family one year many moons ago. We were walking among row after row of caged rosters, all prepped to look their finest for the fair. One particular bird caught my sister's eye and she exclaimed quite loudly "That's a fine looking cock." Without skipping a beat my brother-in-law said "Why thank you."

I vomited with laughter.
2014-01-06 10:33:00 AM  
I saw Frank Zappa at the Harrisburg Farm Show Arena many years ago, and he introduced a song, "This is a love song, and very appropriate for a venue that has recently housed large farm animals."
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