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The rule was simple: don’t become attached to food animals—so Sophie the milk goat, Thomas Jefferson, the adopted orphan baby deer, Thumper the stud rabbit and Ocho, the calf born on 8/8 were all safe—the same could not be said of the goat named 4th of July BBQ, the steer named Ribeye, the piglet named Bacon and the innumerable rabbits named Hossenpfeffer.

    TAGS:  animals, bacon, goats, deer, milk, Thomas Jefferson

so true :: You can call me, 'Sir'

As the old man and I stood watching the deer in the meadow nibble on whatever it is that deer nibble, he muttered, almost imperceptibly, “Deer today [takes long hard pull off of a bottle of sweet pain-canceling whisky], gone tomorrow”.

    TAGS:  aging, observation, puns, deer, whiskey

"A person reported seeing a deer."

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