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Tennessee’s Bestiality Law

Odd article, I thought.

9 Responses to “Tennessee’s Bestiality Law”

  1. Rustmeister Says:

    Odd indeed.

    The law makes exceptions for commercial animal husbandry activities

    Huh?

  2. SayUncle Says:

    I think to get semen for commercial use from a farm animal, they need a, err, helping hand

    And you think your job sucks.

  3. SayUncle Says:

    And jokes aside, they use sex dolls for horses.

    And a friend of mine once had the job of determining the sex of chickens at an egg farm.

  4. DAD Says:

    And a friend of mine once had the job of determining the sex of chickens at an egg farm.

    I guess 2 peckers= male

  5. Kristopher Says:

    Actually, they just look at the ends of the feathers on the three day old chick.

    http://animalsciences.missouri.edu/reprod/ReproTech/Feathersex/sld001.htm

    A chick sexer spends all day picking them up, spreading the wings feather primaries with a one hand, and dropping the chick into either metal chute A or B.

    Boring as hell.

  6. JJR Says:

    Seems to me nature mets out plenty of punishment to these people without the intervention of the state…though maybe the animal cruelty laws do need a bit of revisin’…

  7. The Duck Says:

    Then there is the cops and K9 story

  8. chris Says:

    Remind me to not party with this guy.

  9. Beaumont Says:

    The comments on the story on USA Toady’s (yes, that was deliberate) site illustrate the paper’s problems with declining circulation and loss of advertising.
    Its readers are idiots.