07/25/10 97 W - + 7 - 4 Bull Happens

WRAL reports this morning that drivers on I-40 in Johnson County reported seeing a bull in traffic. No accidents were reported, as vehicles were able to steer clear. Perhaps they used their horns. Unknown if the animal saw red. The Highway Patrol assisted a local farmer in leashing the lingering longhorn. Meanwhile, a distant blogger battered readers with beastly puns. His reputation for comedy is always at steak. Hopefully his stock isn't falling. Let him know if you a have a beef. Thank you, and don't forget to tip your server on the way out.

Wondering where this “Johnson County” is located. I am gonna assume it is somewhere near Johnston County? ;-)
Marshall Sherard KE4ZNR (Email) (Web Site) - 07/25/10 - 23:09

Someone has WAY too much vacation time on his hands to be able to think up those puns!
Mrs. Blogger - 07/26/10 - 12:12

No bull about it, that area doesnt see very lean traffic conditions. I bet that was a grade A traffic problem.
Bessie - 07/26/10 - 14:06

Would this be a moooooving violation?
Marshall Sherard KE4ZNR (Email) (Web Site) - 07/26/10 - 14:10

Indeed, this event could have resulted an “cattle-clysmic” accident of “udderly” devastating proportions.
A.C. Rich - 07/27/10 - 13:38

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