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Re: OT: smart animals

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02-10-2014 17:33:12

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The intelligence of animals is grossly underestimated by the majority of humans!

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02-10-2014 17:54:54

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 Re: in reply to ShadetreeRet, 02-10-2014 17:33:12  
That is because 99% of people never set foot on a farm or have a whit of knowledge. Sweet corn grows on the store shelf! Chocolate milk comes from BROWN cows! I am sure there are little kids who just Know if you plant a marshmallow in the back yard a tree will grow! When I was younger a friend would bust his little kid brother and tell him that PEEPS were made out of dead baby chicks that were sugar coated!

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Tim in OR

02-10-2014 20:06:00

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 Re: Re: in reply to jeffcat, 02-10-2014 17:54:54  
do you mean to tell me that the checkbook I planted in my buddies wheat field a few years ago isn't going to grow a money tree?

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02-11-2014 07:33:46

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 Re: Re: in reply to Tim in OR, 02-10-2014 20:06:00  
That one is going to grow a very productive tree. Now if you planted it in your own field, no chance.

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02-10-2014 18:29:15

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 Re: Re: in reply to jeffcat, 02-10-2014 17:54:54  
Yeah, always amazed me that a black cow could eat green grass and give white milk!

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Nancy Howell

02-11-2014 09:04:11

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 Re: Re: in reply to ShadetreeRet, 02-10-2014 18:29:15  
God has a sense of humor, don't ya know!

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