Originally Posted by whoman69
I really have to question the veracity of your data. The average cow yields 568 lbs of beef. That is 1,420,000 gallons of water for each cow. That is $2130 spent on each cow. It wouldn't be economically feasible.
Originally Posted by Coogs
So you are saying you don't think a 2 year old steer that is going to market can average drinking 2,000 gallons of water a day?
When you dig deep into BS figures like this, you kind out they count things like the steam in the turbine that provides electricity to the cattle feed processing plant.
All Redd [Foxx] did all day was coke, grass and ****. . .
So our first network taping, name in big letters right on the set, Redd doesn't arrive at curtain call.
I go back to his dressing room, all I see is the girl doing his hair is sitting on him.
So I see her body, her dress, and his legs.
I say, Redd, don't you know we're on camera?
Redd sticks his head up from between the hairdresser's legs and asks indignantly. . .
"Can't a man relax?"
- Bob Einstein