1 September 2005

Mad Human Disease

A new theory proposes that mad cow disease may have come from feeding British cattle with meal contaminated with human remains infected with a permutation of the disease. The hypothesis suggests that the infected cattle feed came from the Indian subcontinent, where bodies sometimes are ceremonially thrown into the Ganges river. If this is true, we'll need to apologize to the cattle. And ask that they stop eating us.


Frances said...

That was funny...but at first i thought it was the ass end of the cow, until I saw the feet turned the wrong way.

Karlo said...

The face does kind of resemble an ass now that you mention it.