I often refer to my fellow citizens as "stupid Merikin milk cows." Thus, milk must come from Merikins. :) -- Dennis R. Hilton -----Original Message----- From: Lou Novacheck <luigibasco@xxxxxxxxx> Sender: cryptome-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2014 10:08:07 To: <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [cryptome] Re: S.A.G.A. Petition: Replace Cows on Dairy Crest Building I recall when in high school here in the US, one of the annual science fair exhibitors was a girl in my class who did her exhibit on milk. She knocked the sox off the judges because it was so detailed, comprehensive and even a little elaborate, showing how milk is used in so many products, food and otherwise. One of the judges commented, "This is really well done, except you don't show where milk comes from. Why not?' The girl hemmed and hawed for a few moments until the judge asked, "You DO know where it comes from, don't you? So please tell us." More hemming and hawing until a mousey voice said, "From a factory?" This was in 1961, so what you're saying isn't so rare at all. At least here in the ignorant USA. Good luck on the cows. On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 9:47 AM, Neal Lamb <nl1816a@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > http://www.alternet.org/video/video-john-oliver-rants-brilliantly-about-income-inequality-and-deluded-american-dream > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-B2dK4kr7o > > > On Monday, July 14, 2014 6:06 AM, doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx> > wrote: > > > Who says I don't do socially useful things... > > For years, as we drove west down the A4 to go on holiday, I used to point > out to my children the cows made of fibre glass wot sat on the top of the > roof at the Dairy Crest building at Sunbury on Thames, here in England; so > that they knew that milk didn't just come out of bottles, us being city > dwellers at the time. In their turn, my children pointed out to my > grandchildren the same thing, only the other day, as we drove past...with > the same excited responses and childish questions....Now, I find out that > the company have taking them down and are not replacing them, this has > caused consternation amongst the masses of West London. Luckily some > socially aware person has set up a petition which is looking for 100,000 > signatures so that the proposition to replace them can be discussed in > Parliament...there are already 5000 signatures on the petition. > > I know this may not be of international concern and people abroad may > never see these lovely little fibre class cows on top of the Dairy Crest > building, but they are just as important as the Statue of Liberty, or the > large onion ring at GCHQ to people who drive along the A4. Liberation is > not just about revolution and terrorism, but gaining knowledge bout nature > and setting good examples to our kids too... > > You can sign the petition here and find out more at url: > > *http://tinyurl.com/mydote3 <http://tinyurl.com/mydote3> *ATB > Dougie. > P.S. Don't pay out any money....just sign the petition please. Show them > that this is a world wide campaign. > P.P.S. Don't let any one else know...it's a big secret. We are hoping to > spring a surprise on the powers that be... > P.P.S. No more thin ends of the wedge...of milk cheese. > > > > -- Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren't distracted by the total lack of content in your writing. – Anonymous How much difference is there between an Obama nation and an abomination?