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— Melinda Robinson, journalism major, Lawrence
— Quentin Scott, South Middle School sixth grader, Lawrence
— Katie Gannaway, human biology major, Lawrence
— David Jones, computer science major, Lawrence
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Mmmm! I'll have some of that Kool-aid...yes, please, moar!
I don't know all of the words to the K-State fight song but the chorus goes "E-I-E-I-O".
Will you marry me?
No, wait, I've got to go pheasant hunting. Never mind.
dog # 1
Pigs. Pink Floyd told us so. See.
more cowbell . . .
Cows are freaky when they look at you.
My FIL owned a Holstein bull that was 6ft 6in to the top of it's back, over 8 ft to the top of it's head when fully raised and weighed 3100 lbs in 1969. After breaking the backs of three heifers they decided to haul it to the sale barn but it had other ideas. It went totally berserk while trying to corral it, tearing out three fences, climbing over a Ford pickup (twice) and charging just about everyone involved. After two "Veterinarian approved" rounds of 30-06 he went on to Micky-Dee's and served millions. And that ain't no bull.
Holstein bulls are mean. That's why so many dairy farmers AI.
They also had a near feral cat that lived in the milking barn. Due to an injury from being stepped on by one of the cows the cat walked with a strange sideways gate. They named him Elvis, because "he don't know where his rear end is". Elvis would sit halfway across the barn and hold his mouth open to catch milk squirted straight from the cow.
We had a Limousine bull where we worried about the same thing (too big for the cows). That thing had a neck bigger than a VW Beetle and weighed God knows how much... but the damn thing could still jump a fence to get at yearling heifers.
Favorite animal... Anne Coulter. She is a sexy little minx. Roar.
Hey labmonkey, a buddy of mine was one of the original investors to bring a Limousin bull into Kansas, back in '71 or '72. He has since died. The bull too, I would imagine . . .
the best lay i ever had was ewe!
We would love to have a couple of goats. Our neighbors wouldn"t be too happy about it though. And a miniture donkey. They are sooo funny.
fainting goat kittens
fainting goat kittens - original video
by Edward Scarr
Aaww, they died :(
yah i dint read about them dying until after i posted, then i felt bad.
A horse, of course!
'Mr. Ed' - Intro (Opening Theme)
Mr. Ed - Intro (Opening Theme)
And where do you find 'Mr. Ed'?
Why, on 'Green Acres', of course!
(1966 opening theme to 'Green Acres' TV show)
1966 opening theme to Green Acres tv show
by Sally D
If what you say is true, the Shaolin and the Wu-Tang Could be dangerous. Do you think your Wu-Tang sword can defeat me?
Came here to say this.
Cows. They are awesome animals to have as a Pet. Especially the Worlds Smallest Cow. The Dexter. I love Cows, I always have. Still do. And know they are the best Animal there is.
I like the cougars as long as they are not too long in the tooth and don't look haggard
Kaw Valley Hemp Pickers
I thought they were extinct!
Did you ever see a copy of the book: 'Cows are freaky when they look at you'?
It's always a learning opportunity when R_I hands out assignments to the class. Here iz some of my homework, the goats ate the rest of it.
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