Tuesday, January 8, 2008


In Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, a man mailed a severed cow's head to his wife and her new lover. It was not meant as a housewarming present.

He got caught, went on trial, got probation and then his lawyer, Henry Hilles, said that Jason Michael Fife "understands that in a civilized society a person cannot send a severed cow's head to anybody."

Sure. He understands that NOW.

1 comment:

Miles said...

Why buy milk when you can get the cow's head for free, severed, in the mail?