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Animals In Print
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From 19 March 2006 Issue

Mad Cow Confirmation

Oh, she, came from Alabama with a Mad Cow on her knee,

Don't eat her flesh or drink her milk, cause she's got B-S-E...and you'll get C-J-D.

To make her milk, the udder captures white cells from her blood,

So drink that milk, and eat that cheese, You'll soon be chewing cud.


Yesterday (March 13, 2006), USDA finally confirmed a secret they've been keeping from Americans for about a week. Just who is USDA protecting?

An Alabama cow has tested positive for Mad Cow Disease. USDA has already destroyed her entire herd, and has been working hard to destroy every animal that she came into contact with.

Have you eaten dairy products in the Southern United States lately? Some scientists say that once infected, the incubation period can last anywhere from one month to thirty years. As the human brain turns into a sponge, this spongioform encephalitic condition physically debilitates those so infected.

"A 24-year-old vegetarian has been diagnosed with Cruetzfeld-Jacob disease (CJD). Scientists fear that milk and cheese may be the source of infection."

London Times, August 23, 1997 Michael Hornsby

More on Mad Cow Disease:
http://www.notmilk.com/m.html 

Robert Cohen
http://www.notmilk.com 

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