Mad Cow Disease April 1st, 2003 @ 10:27 am PST
So these two cows are out in a field, chewing the cud. One of them looks over and says, “So … what do you make of all this ‘mad cow disease’ nonsense?”
Mad Cow Update May 31st, 2001 @ 10:59 am PST
Because Brown’s research shows that he can change the prion from its normal to abnormal state by manipulating the only two metals that bind to it, copper and manganese, without the need for any infectious material, he believes the reigning theory about mad cow disease and vCJD is at best incomplete, and quite likely incorrect. […]
Wham-O! (part 2) April 19th, 2001 @ 2:13 pm PST
Given that hiring a helicopter costs about $956 per trip, some farmers have opted to blow up their dead animals at a cost of $32 with the help of demolition experts, who place explosives inside the cadavers.