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Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984

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  1. I recently spent $6,500 on this registered Black Angus bull. I put him out with the herd but he just ate grass and wouldn't even look at a cow. I was beginning to think I had paid more for that bull than he was worth. Anyway......I had the Vet come and take a look at him. He said,, the bull was very healthy, but possibly just a little young, so he gave me some pills to feed him once per day. The bull started to service the cows within two days……. all my cows! He even broke through the fence and bred with all of my neighbor's cows! He's like a machine! I don't know what was in the pills the Vet gave him ... but they kind of taste like peppermint.
  2. 214 million. Just can’t trust the internet for facts, can you?
  3. Five countries have more cattle than people: Uruguay, New Zealand, Argentina, Australia, & Brazil. Uruguay has the most cattle per capita in the world. New Zealand has more than twice as many cattle as people. The world has roughly 6.9 humans for every 1 head of cattle. Brazil has over 200,000 head of cattle and 200,000 people. India and the United States have roughly the same ratio of cattle to people. Source: Beef2Live
  4. Kievan Rus , First eastern Slavic state. It was founded by the Viking Oleg, ruler of Novgorod from c. 879, who seized Smolensk and Kiev (882), which became the capital of Kievan Rus. Extending his rule, Oleg united local Slavic and Finnish tribes, defeated the Khazars, and, in 911, arranged trade agreements with Constantinople. Kievan Rus peaked in the 10th and 11th centuries under Vladimir I and Yaroslav, becoming eastern Europe’s chief political and cultural centre. At Yaroslav’s death in 1054, his sons divided the empire into warring factions. The 13th-century Mongol conquest decisively ended its power. St Vladimir is the patron saint of Russia. His statue is in Ukraine. Before his 1000th anniversary happened, Vladimir Putin had a bigger statue erected in Moscow. read https://www.npr.org/2022/06/02/1101918984/volodymyr-vs-vladimir-how-rival-statues-explain-the-russia-ukraine-conflict for more about the competing statues, the differing narratives, etc. Vladimir brought Christianity to the Russians.
  5. I know you’re all curious. The 37 parallel south is near Melbourne on Australia’s south coast.
  6. There were around 1700 intervening years, any conjectures are just mental masturbation.
  7. On February 16, 1913 a group of teenagers were walking along a Missouri River bluff and discovered a small lead rectangle. The group gathered it and hoped to sell It for pocket money. Luckily for history the group eventually came in contact with state historian Doane Robinson who convinced them to donate the object to the state. The object the group had found was what is now known as the Verendrye Plate. In the 1730s Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de La Vérendrye lead an expedition into North America. Due to health reasons his sons finished the journey in his stead. In 1743 those same sons made it to what is now Fort Pierre and met with Arikara tribal leaders, who lived in villages at that time. Reports from the tribes indicate that the brothers then buried something in honor of their faraway king. Burying such plates was a common practice at the time as a method for European explorers to claim the land. This small lead plate helps serve as proof of the French claim on the land that would become the Louisiana Purchase. Pictured here is the Verendrye Plate and a photo of two of the finders of the plate, Hattie Foster (center) and George O’Reilly (right).
  8. A Texan was visiting a Maine farmer. The Texas rancher was boasting to his host about the size of his ranch. "I can get into my pickup truck and drive all day and still not reach the boundary of my ranch," he bragged. The Mainer shook his head knowingly, and replied, "Aayuhh, I had a truck like that once."
  9. If not obvious, the British 14th Army.
  10. You mean this wasn’t Butch and Sundance in their early days?
  11. I don’t care what anyone else eats. - Noncrusading omnivore
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