Arguably-related mad cow image

Where's the alarm? Nonexistent.

A dairy cow in California has tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), customarily known as mad cow disease.
The disease is always fatal in cattle, however.

There have been three confirmed cases of BSE in the United States, in a Canadian-born cow in 2003 in Washington state, in 2005 in Texas and in 2006 in Alabama.
And now, a 2012 case in California.  It's commendable that the Department of Agriculture has developed a system for keeping track of all cows in the U.S. It's a big job.

Maybe the agriculture folks could take over the job of tracking of illegal aliens.

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