Researchers in Wyoming recently uncovered a new strain of the virus that leads to the well known "Mad Cow Disease".
"This new strain of the virus is not nearly as aggressive," stated Dr. Armand Hammer, director of agricultural research at USEDSTEW, the University of Southeastern Due South Tropical Eastern Wyoming.
Dr. Hammer went on to state that "The virus has similar characteristics, but at this point, research is not conclusive. We have enough data that at this point we are calling it "Passive Aggressive Cow Disease."
"We are doing what we can to keep the virus contained," Dr. Hammer explained, "which thus far has not been difficult, given the data showing that it is a rather atypically lazy virus."