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Alabama cow tests positive for mad cow disease

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RE: Alabama cow tests positive for mad cow disease

Two cows are talking.
Cow 1: "Hey, did you hear about that mad cow disease?"
Cow 2: "Yeah, but I'm not worried about it."
Cow 1: "Why not?"
Cow 2: "I'm a duck."
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RE: Alabama cow tests positive for mad cow disease

So what> Every state has to have at least one. Hell, New York's had a mad cow for years!
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RE: Alabama cow tests positive for mad cow disease

While we're at it, how 'bout a couple more!
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Certain female parties in Alabama are protesting the designation, "mad cow disease," arguing that if a cow becomes mad it is because of something the bull said or did.[8)][;)]


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