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I’m a fan of ridiculous. I like spoofs or a good play on words. I remember when I was a kid, Spaceballs came out. It isn’t my favorite movie, but it had some goofy references that poked fun at Star Wars.

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Joining the army, skydiving, running 20-something ultramarathons, partying and biking across Sweden isn’t the usual four-year training period for athletes between the Olympic games.

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“How’s it going this winter, Jake?” I heard my grandmother from southeast Nebraska ask over the phone. “Oh, it’s not too bad, but it’s been pretty cold,” I replied. Through the speaker her reply came: “Well, what did you expect when you moved to South Dakota?”

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The new year greeted beef producers with some peculiar news. The government wants to help you process cattle on the markets.

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve been surrounded by critters – and for this discussion, by critters I mean horses and dogs. As a matter of fact, it’s somehow been ingrained in my psyche that it’s an absolute necessity to have at least two dogs and two horses around at all times. And by two, I really mean too – as in too many.

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When we trail cows, we occasionally have to cross the highway. The ranch is pretty contiguous, but the highway splits the ranch. There is a decent place to cross, but we have to flag the highway. We put out signs to let people know ahead of time they may need to stop.

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