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Re: More wisdom from our governmet

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fixerupper

01-05-2013 18:17:10
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So the government wants to take our guns away so we can't shoot each other but we'll still die from food borne disease brought on by an overpopulation of wild animals. Folks, in case you didn't know we HUMANS harbor far, far more harmful diseases than animals, wild or otherwise do. Coincidentally, the other day I was watching some show about the diseases we can get from just being in the public. Then I got to thinking about how many times a livestock farmer gets poop or cow snot or whatever else comes out of an animal, splattered or kicked into his mouth. He wipes his mouth out on his sleeve and goes on, and he never gets sick from it. Jim

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01-06-2013 15:30:41
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 Re: More wisdom from our governmet in reply to fixerupper, 01-05-2013 18:17:10  
I have had many wet cow tails across the face when milking. Like you said, wipe it off and keep on milking. Never hurt me any.
You guys that have had dairy cows know what happens when a herd has winter diarrhea.LOL!



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01-05-2013 20:59:30
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 Re: More wisdom from our governmet in reply to fixerupper, 01-05-2013 18:17:10  
Yep all the anti biotic's and the many many drug people take to be well lets say un-sick in the long run will make a person sick. Yes there is a point of being clean but when you walk in a store and pull out some wipe thing before you touch a shopping cart that is going to far and we will as a people get to the point all you have to do it look at something and get sick and die



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