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One of my favorite rivalry shirts from the 90's except for the screw the Y shirt, was a cougar and a bull nose to nose and cougar's voice bubble was calling the bull a "cow" and the Bull was calling the cougar "pvssy!" LOLZ
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Our cheese curds suck though, Gossner’s is 1000% better.sdiggety wrote:That gets me pumped! Great school. THE BEST milk, cheese, and ice cream known to man. Loved every second I spent there.
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Jalepeno cheese curds from Gossner's is Five Star goodness.
Does anyone know if they are still doing the chocolate and if so, where they sell it?
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Yes, I have always got a chuckle out of people that mock those who grow food, particularly as they are eating something.
A heard a story about a dairy farmer I knew that lived in Farmington 25 years ago before he moved his family. The community grew around him, and a town meeting was held about rezoning property. Some complaints from the move-ins revolved around one of the sole remaining dairies in area. One of the attendees at the meeting voiced his "opinion" by stating, "I don't know why the dairy farmers can't just be like the rest of us and just buy their milk at the store."
That "wisdom" probably came from a BYU fan.