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Three bulls heard via the grapevine that the rancher was going to bring yet
another bull onto the ranch, and the prospect raised a
discussion among them.

First Bull: "Boys, we all know I've been here 5 years. Once we
settled our differences, we agreed on which 100 of the cows
would be mine. Now, I don't know where this newcomer is going
to get HIS cows, but I aint' givin' him any of mine."

Second Bull: "That pretty much says it for me, too. I've been here 3 years and
have earned my right to the 50 cows we've agreed are mine. I'll fight 'im 
till I
run him off or kill 'im, but I'M KEEPIN' ALL

Third Bull: "I've only been here a year, and so far you guys have
only let me have 10 cows to "take care of". I may not be as big as
you fellows (yet) but I am young and virile, so I simply MUST keep
all MY cows."

They had just finished their big talk when an eighteen-wheeler pulls up in the
middle of the pasture with only ONE ANIMAL IN IT: the biggest
Son-of-Another-Bull these guys had ever seen! At 4700 pounds, each step he 
toward the ground strained the steel ramp to the breaking

First Bull: "Ahem...You know, it's actually been some time since I
really felt I was doing all my cows justice, anyway. I think I can
spare a few for our new friend."

Second Bull:  "I'll have plenty of cows to take care of if I just
stay on the opposite end of the pasture from HIM. I'm certainly
not looking for an argument."

They look over at their young friend, the 3rd bull, and find him
pawing the dirt, shaking his horns, and snorting.

First Bull: "Son, let me give you some advice real quick. Let him have some of
your cows and live to tell about it."

Third Bull: "Shit, he can have ALL my cows. I'm just making sure he
knows I'm a bull!"

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