"Oh, what a funny looking cow!" said the sophisticated educated city slicker. "Why hasn't it got any horns?" "There are many reasons," answered the farmer, "why a cow hasn't got horns. Some are born without horns and do not have any until the later years of their life. Others are dehorned, while still other breeds are not supposed to have horns at all. There are many reasons why a cow sometimes does not have horns. But the chief reason that this cow hasn't got any horns is that it isn't a cow at all. It's a horse."
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