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  1. Albertaguy commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 2 months ago

    You certainly right about our having tails, and it was many centuries, something over 50,000. About coloured margarine, until about 20 or 30 years ago all margarine had to be coloured a very dark yellow (orange?) in Canada. It was designed to protect the dairy industry.

  2. Albertaguy commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    I recall hearing that when forestry is classified as part of agriculture, then agriculture is the most dangerous sector. The most dangerous animal is the dairy bull.

  3. Albertaguy commented on Savage Chickens 3 months ago

    I read Oliver Twist and David Copperfield, both very exciting tales, but I never got past the first 10 pages of A Tale of Two Cities.

  4. Albertaguy commented on Betty 4 months ago

    It is snowing in Northern Alberta. Betty is set in Edmonton, or at least it used to be.

  5. Albertaguy commented on Betty 4 months ago

    This must have written last week, today it is only plus 4 and snowing.

  6. Albertaguy commented on Non Sequitur 6 months ago

    Instead of an economist I was put in the mind of young earth creationist.

  7. Albertaguy commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 8 months ago

    Young foals all eat poo, and adult horses that have colic do the same; a healthy gut flora is essential for all mammals.

  8. Albertaguy commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 8 months ago

    The eating of droppings is not a believe it or not type item, so many animals do it. Horses do it all the time, and one of the best treatments for chronic intestinal conditions is a stool transplant.

  9. Albertaguy commented on Betty 8 months ago

    Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen either got lucky with the timing or these strips are close to being real time, because Alberta Health has just announced that the flu shot clinics will be kept open during the holidays. The last I heard two people had died in Alberta from H1N1, and twelve confirmed cases in one hospital in Edmonton (their home town).

  10. Albertaguy commented on Betty 9 months ago

    I used needles like that on my old cows. They too had a thick hide.