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Date: Sat, 7 Jun 97 15:59:45 -0700
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An old farmer was hauling a load of manure when stopped by a state
trooper. "You were speeding and it's my duty to give you a ticket."
"Yup," said the farmer as he watched the trooper shoo away a pesky fly.
"These flies are terrible," said the trooper.
"Yup. Them are circle flies," said the farmer.
"What's a circle fly?" asked the trooper.
"Why, you know them flies that circle a horses tail," answered the
farmer. "Them are circle flies."
Angrily, the trooper asked, "You wouldn't be calling me a horse's...?
"Nope"," said the farmer, "but you just can't fool them circle flies."
© 1997 Peter Langston