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Animal Farm Revisited, Part 3: Democracy in Action

Funny story: Animal Farm Revisited, Part 3: Democracy in Action

Murdoch was a boar straight out of the woods from somewhere in the South. No one was sure how he got to Animal Farm. Some suspect that he just got lost and wandered out of the woods and found it easier to bully domesticated animals who had "gone soft" as far as he was concerned, who lived on farms and were fed - actually had to beg - for their food from some sniveling human being who doled out t...

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Animal Farm Revisited, Part 2: Golden Farm

Funny story: Animal Farm Revisited, Part 2: Golden Farm

Bernard and the Golden Farm Bernard was up earlier than usual yelping and yapping, starting the day by baying at the moon. "What's got that Bernard all worked up?" wondered the hens who were up dawn, laying their eggs. "Has he gone mad?" The cows ambled to the doorway of the barn-house where they had been sleeping and wondered the same thing: "I think he's gone soft in the head," one cow sa...

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On the farm with George

Funny story: On the farm with George

The animals were assembled in front of the huge letters spelling out the deal between the farmers and the animals - but something seemed to be wrong. The animals were sure the first agreement was: The National Health Service is Safe in our Hands. But it was clearly written: The National Health Service is NOT safe in our hands. Several sheep thought hey remembered the great woman farmer Marg...

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'Animal Farm' by George Orwail

Funny story: 'Animal Farm' by George Orwail

'As the sun rose on another day, Napoleon and Snowball gathered all the other pigs and farm animals into a shed, as they had decided the time had come to overthrow Animal Farm's owner, Mr. Jones, and to run it themselves. 'Comrades', Napoleon said to the packed shed, 'the revolution must now begin! Jones is drunk again and hasn't fed us, we must declare the glorious Soviet Socialist Animal Farm...

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