Mad Cow Case Found in Alabama

Mad Cow Case Found in Alabama

There are 30 comments on the WTKS-AM Savannah story from Mar 13, 2006, titled Mad Cow Case Found in Alabama. In it, WTKS-AM Savannah reports that:

Click here to watch video U.S. Department of Agriculture officials say the nation's third case of mad cow disease has been found in Alabama.

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jesse

Australia

#21 Mar 22, 2006
hey,

Its jesse that sent in the last message!!!

plz i really need to know lots about mad cow disease
James

Redmond, WA

#22 Mar 22, 2006
jesse wrote:
hey,

Its jesse that sent in the last message!!!

plz i really need to know lots about mad cow disease
Google it!
proud

Slovakia

#23 Mar 23, 2006
How helpful you chaps are. Mad cows in Alabama and you blame Bushky. May I suggest get in touch with the Brits, they are well experienced in killing all the cows in England. Some of them we´ve got here, very strange bunch, could´ve had eaten beef in England ?
Stiv

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Mar 23, 2006
Mag wrote:
I bet they Will!! so don't even get me started with you!
Boy that's a suckers bet too. Who are they going to run Billary? Guliani? Oops I forgot you haven't gotten that far in seventh grade yet. One was married to a lousy President and helped ruin health care in America as an unelected official, and the other was mayor of NYC.

Nope not going to happen.

And don't get you started? What are you going to do? Bludgeon me with your minimal vocabulary, and inablilty to form a gogent statement other than "________Bush!"

Oh and Jesse the really important stage to really understnd about BSE or "Mad cow" is the last one there is no cure and it is always fatal. The human form is called Jakob Kreuzfeld syndrome.
Roggie

Elk Grove Village, IL

#25 Apr 3, 2006
Amazing Conversation.

More people die each and every day in car accidents than the total number that have died from the variant Creutzfield Jakob Disease (the disease that affects humans that it is hypothesized stems from eating BSE infected beef)!

Also note that the link between BSE and vCJD has never been proven and you will not find a scientist who will unequivocally state that it is factual. There is NO smoking gun...
new yawk

Tonawanda, NY

#26 Mar 16, 2013
4 legs instead of 2? Not in the case of Rachael Madcow! jesse just take note of Madcow's behaviors. Hope it helps.
YEE HAW

Winnipeg, Canada

#27 Mar 17, 2013
Its caused by listening to that country western vomit they call music.
mmm

Saint Paul, MN

#28 Jun 25, 2014
you can't kill prions at cooking temperatures. at the temperature that would deactivate them your food would be incinerated. do some research. these diseases have an incubation period of decades, are not killed by cooking, and the USDA doesn't bother to test cows for them.
mmm

Saint Paul, MN

#29 Jun 25, 2014
also, it has been proven that BSE prions DEFINITELY cause vCJD. Its in the scientific literature. multiple transmission studies.
Jim the Hoax Denier

Pasadena, TX

#30 Jun 25, 2014
I didn't know Moochelle had ever been to Alabama.

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