Posts Tagged: goats
One recent hot weekday afternoon, I told my partner—the guy who created the “Punk the Muse” logo and draws its cartoons—that I wanted to get out and about. We’d been sitting at home too long. Moon’s Handbook for Northern California revealed an abandoned mine, with a ghost town and an old Western cemetery, a half hour’s drive from our home by the Carquinez Bridge....more
Back in January, we blogged about a call for submissions at Modern Farmer, “a print quarterly and website devoted to the people, policy, animals, plants, and technology around farming and food.”
The site has really come into its own by declaring this week Goat Week and featuring a raft of stories about everyone’s favorite rectangular-pupiled rock-climbers, including “Meet the Goat Who Wasn’t a Goat” and “Goat Manure Spontaneous Combustion: It’s A Thing.”
We’re especially fond of this piece on goat crime, particularly its account of an Oregon goat who flouts police authority because he “only respects one man.”...more
If there’s anything worse than accidentally CCing someone on an unflattering email about them, it’s receiving an unflattering email you weren’t supposed to see.
When Tim Kreider discovered such an email in his inbox (disparaging the choice he had made to rent a herd of goats “for reasons that aren’t relevant here”), he felt terrible at first....more