Friday, August 08, 2008

Rodeo Derive

Sounds Like A Squadron Of Beef-52s

In Zala county in western Hungary, locals hired a team of rodeo cowboys to round up a 50-strong herd of cattle that had roamed free for years. Authorities said they could not shoot the animals as they were a rare breed and had protected species status. Then Zsolt Kossuth said, "The cowboys came in (and) it was like something out of the Wild West."

FOOTNOTE: Zane graze.

3 comments:

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Love it!

Miss Understood said...

That makes me sad. But you're very clever!

willow said...

Where's the beef?!