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November 08, 2019


Cold front brings manure odor to parts of midwest

(Thanks to Rudolph)


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Unlike that crack about methane, which is odorless, manure does have a definite smell. Being a Texan, I can even tell the difference between horse manure and cow manure - which is like the difference between Democrats and Republicans(just different stinks)

On the plus side, people in this area don't need to apply deodorant while the smell lingers. Its a win-win.

'Tis an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

Has the per-election campaigning begone?

Well, this is awkward. I guess I owe my wife an apology.

It's the smell of money.

It's caused by cows flying south for the winter.


It's the smell of money.

If you're in the cattle business or the dairy business, it most certainly is.

If one drives south on Interstate 215 from Riverside, one passes through Dairyland, CA. If the wind is out of the east, the "money" is overpowering.

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