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Re: California cows

I haven't seen the commercials but they sound like a scream!
They also reminded me of the background.  It seems that Wisconsin "The
Dairy State", no longer has the most dairy cows.  CA has that distinction
now.  Can't tell you where I read it, and it's been a few years now I

> [Original Message]
> From: David Franzman <dfranzma@pacbell.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 1/1/2003 4:02:39 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] California cows
> Well Janet, the joke would be lost if you haven't seen the commercials. 
It was a
> comparison between Wisconsin and Cal. cows.  Hard to believe the
commercials are
> that regional.  Don't know why it's important to convince Californian's
to consume
> California dairy products.  Anyway the premise of the commercials is that
Cal. cows
> are happier cows because they are fortunate to live here in snow free
fields and
> verdant grasslands.  The main characters are two "cows" who speak with
> voices (one a princess type very concerned about unsightly marks or
blemishes) and
> make fun of anything Wisconsin ie. weather, accent etc.  They also make
fun of
> other animals like sheep (in one there is a flock of sheep and each is
named Bob
> and all they do is follow each other around complaining about the dog). 
> one the cows are awoken by the rooster crowing and one says to another
"Hit the
> snooze alarm would ya?" and the next thing you see is the rooster
apparently kicked
> through the side of the barn.  Last example is two bulls standing on a
knoll when
> an obviously happy and sexy cow saunters past them and one of the bulls
calls out
> "Hey, you work out?"

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