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    I got pretty good satisfaction last night grilling hamburgers.

    My FTO and I chased a cow for 3 hours yesterday. The cow charged at me and 2 other people. I had to MOOOOve quickly.

    The cow ended up crashing through an electric fence. SHE ended up with a bunch of bulls. That was satisfaction too. It looked like she was having fun walking away from the horny (ha ha) bulls.
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    My only question is this...

    Since hamburgers come from a cow, why are they called HAMburgers ?
    "The American People will never knowingly adopt Socialism. Under the name of "liberalism" they will adopt every segment of the socialist program,until one day America will be a socialist nation without knowing how it happened."

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    • #3
      Because it's named after the Hamburgler, silly!

      IIRC, hamburgers were "invented" in Hamburg. Sort of like the sandwich being named after Lord Sandwich.

      [ 05-30-2003, 02:36 PM: Message edited by: CrazyinaJeep ]

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      • #4
        Deputy Joe out of the 2 other ppl, who was filming all this? anybody have a camera? we need some jpgs of this action whereabouts was all this going down anyway?
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        • #5
          Seymour, Wisconsin claims to be where the hamburger was created.

          I don't think anyone had a video camera. At least I hope not.

          This occured in NE Wisconsin.
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          • #6
            I have never tipped a cow over. We had a dairy farm up the road, but I stayed away from there.

            I never realized that cow's eyes get red when the are ticked off.

            I have never had a 1000 lb animal charge me before yesterday.
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            • #7
              Tut Tut CrazyinaJeep it was the EARL of Sandwich not LORD and quite frankly i'm dissappointed what with you being a 'Certified Sandwich Artist' he! he
              " Always a pleasure..........Never a chore"

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              • #8
                Earl, Lord, Duke ... what's the difference? Well, besides having different letter combinations

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                • #9
                  Not trying to confuse anyone but i generally seem to be in a permanent state of confusion [Eek!] and yes your're quite right its just a combination of letters...as long as it's just 4
                  " Always a pleasure..........Never a chore"

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                  • #10
                    Ain't it grand living in a rural state? Those big-city wussies got nothin' on us. Crack dealers? Prostitutes? Let's see them stare down an angry cow at 2:00 a.m.

                    This reminds me of something that happened to my brother. He was driving around on patrol one night and he heard the county boys using a 10-code he'd never heard before (10-89 or something like that). When he finally got a chance to look it up, he was glad he never took the deputy job he was offered. It was "livestock in the road."
                    Caution and worry never accomplished anything.

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                    • #11
                      Cow tipping? Don't recall my daddy mentioning that (I'm a citified daughter), however, I do distinctly remember daddy talking about tipping outhouses on Halloween night... [Eek!]
                      "Americans don't want a mentally unstable president; he might start a war or something." - Bill Maher

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                      • #12
                        Cows sleep standing up, thus the fun of cow tipping. I have never done it, however there are quite a few in Wisconsin that have.
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                        • #13
                          quote:
                          Originally posted by Chiefy_Brown:
                          Deputy Joe out of the 2 other ppl, who was filming all this? anybody have a camera? we need some jpgs of this action whereabouts was all this going down anyway?

                          We have to put up cattle, horses, and the occasional buffalo all the time. You quickly learn how to herd them via cruiser and they usually are pretty anxious to get back inside. However, calves are just dumber than a bag of hammers.

                          One time a Sgt. and I spend a fair amount of time wrangling a stewwwpid calf all over the place while slipping and sliding in wet grass and tripping over hidden tree trunks. We look up and there is a family of about eight standing outside their trailer watching the show. They disappeared shortly thereafter and we wondered if they went inside and got their video recorder I hope we don't show up on some "Don't Let This Happen to You" show.

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