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For those blasted cowboys who need to hang up their spikes...

(but whom sadly are most likely just being sarcastic).


They damn well ought to be saying sorry and this how they do it?

I think its a lame attempt even if it seems to be making the right noises...

and no I don't mean "MOO!!"
but then again I wouldn't be surprised if that one sound is the only vocabulary the majority of these sorry arses know such is their 'thinly veiled' (?)mockery.

Here's one lame & heartless example of a non-sincere apology:

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And now for a wonderfully ridiculous Parting phrase in

"cow-latin." "MOOOO MoOoo Mew Muh-Ooh Moo moOoO Mu moo.

" Translation: "Never trust the person with the knife Mr .cow."


http://www.hampton2600.com/sorrycow/lj.php
 

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Hee hee--I just signed it, but in the P.S. field I wrote "Everything in the above letter is a bunch of crap. I don't have to apologize to you because I don't eat cows anymore."

I encourage everyone to do the same. Let's beat these dumba**es at their own game!
 

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How's this sound?


I am so sorry I remained ignorant to your suffering for for so long. I am sorry I ever participated in such acts that contributed to the environmental turmoil our great earth faces. I have since seen the light and made a solemn vow to never eat of your flesh again or partake of the meat of any animal. I am sorry for the suffering you still must endure from others less enlightened.
 

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Doesn't this sound a lot like an abusive person continually beating up on their "loved one" and then saying how sorry they are? Then they keep doing it and keep getting forgiven... only humans really don't give the cows much of a chance to forgive us, do we?
 

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I have signed. I think that this is very interesting.

BTW - I have a pet peeve. As an animal science major, it bugs the *%$#@ out of me that we refer to all bovines as "cow". There are cows, heifers, bulls and steers. Kinda strange, don'tcha think?
 
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