With Regard to Bovine Flatulence

Torbj√∂rn W. commented on my comments about flygskam today (or yesterday). You can read what he said in the comments section of September 11. He mentioned bovine flatulence and said that he didn’t think it was much of a problem. Geeze! Do I have to educate the entire clothes pinned nose population about the terrible consequences of bovine methane emissions?! I wish some major research university would obtain a government grant and determine exactly how many cow fart molecules I breathe in every day. It can’t be good for you. You’ve been in a crowded elevator when somebody cuts loose, haven’t you? My Norwegian friend, Dag (of Pyton fame) told me about the time when he was in line in a bank and somebody cut a big silent one. There also happened to be a blind man with a seeing-eye dog in line. The dog trotted over to the miscreant and stuck his nose in the guy’s backside.

The trouble is that nobody in the upper echelons of the government is smart enough to listen to me. Here’s a very informative video that I made in 2011.

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3 Responses to With Regard to Bovine Flatulence

  1. Chris M says:

    Now I know how you got your inspirations ! Finny Desotos… A club of miscreants… A cafe serving squidburgers… An Octopus Delight every night for Sid’s dinner… And the tabby cat from Hell, a total nonsequitur.

    Too bad I did not see this apparatus before I went to the rodeo last night. It was followed by a fireworks show outside. It would have really been spectacular to have those rigs and the bull riders having to smoke a cigarette, just to add to the hazards! I will suggest it to the committee for next year. Then I will have to move to Florida.

    By the way, would you care to tell us about the chainsaw injury? Was that associated with some unsavory Grelzakian experiment?

  2. Tom says:

    Watched the video, fascinating. Can’t tell if you’re serious or not..

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