Had what I can best compare to funniest home video moment when I watched a heard of dairy cows stampede away from a moving train. Do cows do this compulsively whenever the train passes? I am no farmer, but I would argue that farmers should be more thoughtful about this issue of herd placement.

I was in the country and saw a medium-sized golden retriever trotting down the road just outside of town. In its mouth was what looked like a long, fat stick about the size of a small Charles Dickens character - the kind that is sentimental but psychologically barren. As the dog got closer I could see it had a deer leg cleaned down to the bone.

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