RED MEAT A lass; poor Yorick! from the secret files of max cannon
I aint never seen nothin' like today. I stood there this morning and watched a twister lift my whole darn herd o' heifers away into the air.
Then this afternoon, I watched them all drop out of a clear blue sky.
At least they didn't suffer. At the speed those heifers were travellin', Aunt Milly and Uncle Jack probably never felt a thing.
2003-06-15 17:48:20By Interesting Steve

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7ain't :) - Stonent
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7Rav's right, Steve; good work. Nice tag, also. --John
7Why do I find the high-speed collision of old folks and farm animals funny? -Tam
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6An almost Earl-like twist at the end.
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6a little incoherent in 3; but otherwise not bad. -L
6good job; cowboy is tough to make funny -rav
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5the "they" that we're misled about should occur in an earlier panel.
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5So, Aunt Milly and Uncle Jack were buried under a rain of cows, huh? -PB
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5No lead-in for Aunt & Uncle
5okay twist in 3. -FV
5-- opus
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5I like it, but it's missing something. - CH
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5poor cows.
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4Were they fancy dressers, too? Nice tag. --VX
4Nice setup, no punchline -- jnc
3Badly, badly done
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