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Comic #350

1 Paris: So Iki Piki, tell me about your family.
2 Iki Piki: My primary dad was a rancher on this huge prairie planet.
3 Iki Piki: He owned a trillion head of cattle, and was thinking about buying another trillion.
4 Paris: Wow. Did he?
4 Iki Piki: No, it was two terabull to contemplate.

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Andrew Hackard perpetrated this pun on me, and I just knew I had to share my agony with the world...

2012-12-11 Rerun commentary: A trillion head of cattle would require a very large planet indeed. A trillion cattle on Earth would give each animal only 149 square metres of land space. That's one animal per area about the size of a small dwelling, say a two-bedroom apartment. There'd be one in the room with you right now. And another outside the window, and another outside the door, and another in the street, and another across the street...

That's a lot of bull.

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