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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Mr_Ed, Jan 28, 2005.
Talk about being "full of ****"!
They certainly have quite a mess on their hands. They should be doing what local farmers do and compost for future use as fertilizer. With a pile like that setting up a plant to produce methane gas would be the best option. Building a plant to produce electricity would turn a mess into some profit.
Reminds me of the Simpsons with the sign "Springfield Tire Fire - Est. 1984"
im just imagining the smell, i knwo the guy said it doesnt smell too bad but that much crap has to have an odor
Nope, no holes ... just ****, and lots of it, too!!!
The smell of money!
At least that is what my HS GF's mother used when the wind would shift and the hog lot smell hit their home. They had about 200 head.
Monforts feeding lot in East Colorado puts out a strong smell for miles and miles when the wind is right. Made my eyes water once when I drove by their place.
I forget how many they feed, but it is quite a bit bigger than this place.
I thought this line described yesterday for me perfectly:
...a 2,000-ton pile of burning cow manure...
I want pictures!
Ha, talk about a crappie town.
I'm surprised that the town isn't complaining more. Still can't imagine why they didn't make arrangements before the pile got so large. At least the fire is probably helping to dissipate the smell some.
I second that..!
You want a picture?
That's no mountain. That's a huge pile of poo...
OMG, I indeed thought that was a mountain range in the back of the picture!!!
Yeah, I thought the same thing from the smaller picture on the CNN article.
Surely "heaven on earth" for Mr. Hankey.
think of how many people's doorsteps they could leave flaming bags of crap on!
Two indians were walking in a forest when they came across a steaming pile of mysterious brown stuff. The first indian asked what it was and then asked if it was poop. The second indian, wondering, lowered himself down to feel the mound on the ground.
With his fingers, he prodded the mysterious substance, "Yep. It feels like poop." Not still entirely sure, he plunked his fingers down further into the mound, and raised his fingers to his nose. "Yep. It smells like poop."
To make sure, he licked the substance off his finger. "Yep. It tastes like poop."
At which time, both indians agreed it was poop. The second indian got back up, and both carefully stepped over it so it wouldn't dirty their moccasins.
The first indian looked back at the streaming pile of poop and sighed relief, "Good thing we didn't step in the poop."
"A huge mountain of cow manure is seen smoldering at a feedlot near Milford, Neb., last week."
LMFAO!! the use of the word "smoldering" said it all
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That is a great story, really great for a good laugh. If it walks, talks, and looks like a duck, it's a duck. They just went further than I would ever be willing to go.