September 15, 2016

"A cow which had its face blurred by Google street view has proved a hit on social media."

"The animal was snapped by Google's cameras at Coe Fen, Cambridge, and seemingly given the same treatment humans receive for privacy reasons."

21 comments:

David said...

It's pretending it never met the other cow before.

Char Char Binks said...

That cow should know she doesn't have a right to privacy while out in public.

traditionalguy said...

A Chick Fil A cow has clout.

tim maguire said...

Black cows matter.

Adamsunderground said...

That bratty kid who had punched a cow before being pinched between two? His memory is long and his patience for revenge deep, wielding a devious insertion of code. Take that, Elsie. You're forevermore an non-entity online.

Curious George said...

That's because it's not a cow. It's Hillary. Powering through some grass.

JWH said...

Curious George lets not insult the cow.

Susan said...

Pretty obviously evidence of a Parkinson's head tremor.

Next thing you know that cow's handlers will claim she's got pneumonia.

Curious George said...

Wait that can't be the Hildabeast. #1 ankles too thin. #2 no handler in sight.

coupe said...

I like looking for prostitutes in Paris using Google Street View. This one is my favorite, with her dashboard item:

Dildo in Paris

Left Bank of the Charles said...

The Hereford should sue.

eddie willers said...

with her dashboard item:

"I don't care if it rains or freezes....."

Adamsunderground said...

I like looking for prostitutes in Paris using Google Street View.

You'll never find the fresh catch of the day that way.

ndspinelli said...

The cow on the left must have signed a waiver.

ndspinelli said...

I met a team of Google Earth people in a hotel a while back un in the Twin Cities. They all dress in a quasi Soviet gray uniform, pants and shirt. Real techy liberals. Surprise!

Meade said...

Those are not cows, they're steers. Castration is not gender reassignment surgery. As Neil Young once sang : What a pity / that the people from the city / can't relate / to the slower things / that the country brings

Sydney said...

Cows(or steers) on the loose. A good example of why fences make good neighbors.

Todd said...

Isn't it obvious? The one on the right is in witness protection...

Danno said...

Meade, did you learn that in "An Officer and a Gentleman"?

Meade said...

Nope -- learned it on the family farm.

Kensington said...

That cow looks Bossy!