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Advocate II

Guard cows

On the horns of a dilemma, a woman runs from the wreck of a stolen car.

 

Is chased down and cornered by a herd of cows.

 

(Of course I've heard of cows.)

 

Ruminate on this.  Is she cowed by the experience?  It's no bull: we have video.  (Yes, OK, this is udderly ridiculous.)

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Newcomer III

Re: Guard cows

Why post this in the ISC2 community?

What’s next? News about the Kardashian’s?
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Advocate I

Re: Guard cows

This community and Twitter will soon be the only place one can reliably access a feed of Alex Jones chewing the proverbial cud...

Contributor II

Re: Guard cows

What'cha gonna do when they come for you?

Advocate I

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@Thalpius wrote:
Why post this in the ISC2 community?

What’s next? News about the Kardashian’s?

No lesson here about Avenues of Approach, Canalization, Secondary Indicators of Nefarious Activity....  Certainly it wasn't entertaining.

 

 

Contributor II

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Cud it out!
Advocate I

Re: Guard cows

Moooove on.

I know some of this stuff went pasture average person reading this.

 

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Advocate I

Re: Guard cows

Is there a removal process for discussions, of intrinsic no value to the community?

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

Advocate I

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Yes, there is. Pull down the three vertical dots menu to the right of the post and select "report inappropriate content".  Mostly though, that is likely meant more for spam, as opposed to innocuous "Friday" discussion between members.

Contributor II

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There very likely is a way to eliminate those posts of which you disapprove. However, if you do not like a thread nothing forces you to read it.

 

Once you disapprove of Guard Cows, how about falcons protecting airports, guard geese protecting NATO bases, etc.?

 

There is no profanity here people. This was (in my view, which no one else has to share!) a funny and interesting piece of news.

 

When you censor one post on the subjective grounds of taste or content or intrinsic value, you create a compunding effect.

 

Best

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