Swifty Flame-Anderson describes how a chance encounter with a box of Pringles caused him to ponder the uniqueness of each of his fellow humans and the pressure on them to do anything but remain original.
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In this comic tale from the Random Musings archive, Pete Hughes takes a wry look at the nature of his unsatisfiable mind and, more importantly, tries to make us giggle.
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Everything and Nothing
Alice seeks Happy Cow's opinion about the tricky subjects Enlightenment and Awareness, Nothingness and Everything, and Oneness and Aloneness.
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***** New - Daily Moos! *****
Facebook users can now get a daily dose of mootastic mind shaking by using our new Facebook application, The Happy Cow Daily Moos. Every time you visit the link below, you will get a random quote from Happy Cow or one of her friends, together with a related jolly video! If you get lost, you can also find a new link to Daily Moos application near the top of the Happy Cow home page.
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Blast From the Past
For those of you who are new to Happy Cow, we have decided to include a random article from the archives. Those of you who have been with us since the beginning, thank you so very much and you may have seen this before!
What will it be this week? ...
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