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November 23, 2021


After a four-hour drive back to West Point, they unveiled not Bill No. 37 but Bill No. 34, an arthritic, 14-year-old retiree with only one horn

(Thanks to Le Petomane)


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Correction: Nov. 23, 2021
An earlier version of this article misidentified the retired Navy mascot goat that was stolen last weekend by Army cadets. It was Bill No. 34, not Bill No. 35.

No gloating about goating, crossing moating, idea floating, or mascot doting.

Why is the different branches of the armed services are constantly trying to get each other's goat?

To get to the other side.

And these are the people who someday are going to command the folks who defend us?

Goat Trouble! Just kidding.

Here in New Mexico, Bill# 34 would be welcome. You can always stew an old goat.


Excellent selection, pharmaross.

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