Thursday, 28 March 2013

Working in Montréal today --Bovine bedlam


Good morning folks,

I will be working in Montréal today.

In April of 1897 Alexander Hamilton, no not the Alexander Hamilton, founding father of the U.S. and first Secretary of the Treasury but rather Kansas rancher and Liars Club member Alex 'Pants on Fire' Hamilton, told a tale of how he and his son and his hired hand had witnessed a young cow being abducted by a strange cigar shaped flying craft occupied by six of 'the strangest beings I ever saw".

His account of this bovine bedlam was reported in the Kansas newspaper, the Yates Center Farmer's Advocate and was accompanied by affidavits of a dozen well respected members of the community attesting to Hamilton's character and truthfulness.  The calf caper coverage was picked up by newspapers across the U.S. and Europe.  Interesting, the local Liars Club disbanded shortly after the story was published, I guess Hamilton raised the bar so high that none saw the point of even trying.

What wasn't revealed in the story was if the cow ever reappeared or if the other cattle shunned it as that weird cow that keeps telling the others that he was abducted and probed.  Has anyone tried to question such abductees under hypnosis?

Have a good day, if anything strange happens blame the aliens.

Yeah, I know it is kind of thin today, but I was having trouble finding any inspiration.

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