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  • January 28, 2014
    Ninety cows busting serious ass in a cow shed in Germany caused the shed to explode after a static discharge ignited the methane gas, starting a fire that damaged the roof and caused one cow to require treatment for a burn. When reached for comment, every single cow vehemently... / Continue →
  • December 9, 2009
    There was a cow born in Sterling, Connecticut with a cross on its forehead. He was nicknamed Moses by local children, but I'm still convinced he's the anti-burger. His owner, Brad Davis, told WFSB-TV he thought the marking may be a message from above, though he is still tryin... / Continue →
  • April 30, 2009
    I have no idea what the hell robot milk is (likely poison), but it looks thicker than the BBW in my fetish mag. Also, how the hell does one go about procuring robot milk? Because if it's anything like milking a bull, the The Superficial Writer wants in. Robot Milk [friggingr... / Continue →
  • February 20, 2009
    Cow urine soda, folks, it quenches your thirst and is packed with vitamins like Yellow #5. Mmmm, delicious AND nutritious. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu nationalist conservative party, plans to sell 'Gau Jal', or 'Cow Water', as a rival to soft drink giants... / Continue →
  • February 4, 2009
    The cow featured here, who we will refer to as "Well Done", was struck by lightning and lived to chew grass and moo about it, which is apparently rare. When lightning hits the ground, current flows through the earth in a wide area around the point of impact. This is how a li... / Continue →
  • January 20, 2009
    And I'm not talking about their mouths either! Or assholes. I'm talking hole holes, like, holy shit(!), that cow has a freaking hole in it! These cows have been given a fistula, a hole directly into the stomach that scientists can reach into and study to see how certain food... / Continue →
  • July 15, 2008
    Argentinian scientists are collecting cow gas in an effort to understand how the methane produced by our bovine brethren is affecting the global solar cooker we call earth and its atmosphere. As one of the world's biggest beef producers, Argentina has more than 55 million co... / Continue →