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John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Mon Oct 15, 2012 08:07 AM CDT

Reels of duct tape have come and gone since this Canadian comedy classic stopped production, but I can still recite certain sketches and bits from memory.

Take the episode when Red tries to organize lodge members to slaughter a cow in order to stock the clubhouse freezer with hamburger and steaks.

Harold, Red's softhearted and softheaded nephew, immediately objects to the bloody proposal, declaring it to be both inhumane and unsanitary. As for himself, Harold snorts, he's a vegetarian.

For the umpteenth time, Red shakes his head at Harold's tortuous and seemingly endless road toward manhood before explaining with avuncular ...

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