Thursday, 28 April 2011


Today I’ve discovered that there are about five million cows in the Netherlands. And a little more than seven million passenger cars. And the same amount of households. Which means there’s one car and a little less than one cow per household.

The cars are constant pain in the ass because of the pollution, traffic jams, parking problems and deadly accidents. And although in terms of pollution cows are said to be as bad as cars, I’ve never heard of cow traffic jams or cow parking problems. Deadly accidents are unlikely too. Maybe I should buy a cow instead of a car?

Saint Privat - Poisson Rouge (nothing with cows, I believe)

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