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Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt will not be cowed by your cow-tipping obsession. Yes, as the AP reports, Holt recently celebrated the removal of all T-shirts being sold at the city’s airport that referenced cow-tipping, where rural youths allegedly sneak into a pasture at night and push over a cow that is standing but asleep. We say allegedly because cows don’t actually sleep standing up, so such activity is about as legitimate as a snipe hunt. Holt wasn’t a fan of the shirt, which definitely did not convey the image of the city he wanted the world’s travelers to see.
- By RICH EHISEN