Sunday, April 3, 2011
Anyway, what would I know? I only shore sheep in the Outback of Australia for 20 years. Eight hours a day I lived and worked with sheep. When there's a drought in the Outback, no water means no food; so what happens? The farmer digs a big hole, shoots them 2,000 at a time and pushes them into the hole.
One of the latest 'buzzwords' is sheeple, a cross between a man & a sheep. (I wonder if the sheep was pretty?) By their actions they act like sheep. When there's no more food & water for the sheeple, what's your best guess?