Pun-infested news story highlights farmer who spelled 'No Trump' with cow poop.

Pun-infested news story highlights farmer who spelled 'No Trump' with cow poop.
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Being a journalist can be depressing, so it's no surprise that when a news station gets a story with some levity, they want to write the hell out of it. And so there is the story of Ohio farmer Jerry Slanker, who used cow manure to write the words "NO TRUMP" in giant letters on his land:

Pun-infested news story highlights farmer who spelled 'No Trump' with cow poop.
This farmer is both no-bullshit and all-bullshit.

Now, that's an amusing story on its own. But the news station that covered it, ABC5 out of Cleveland, was obviously so thrilled by this story, which could have easily been 30 seconds long, that they popped the segment up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds and stuffed it full of every poop and cow pun they could get away with on the evening news:  

You can totally hear the joy creeping into reporter Leon Bibb's journalistic delivery when he says things like, "Jerry doesn't waste words, though his words are a whole lot of waste." Just look at how satisfied he is at the end of the segment:

Pun-infested news story highlights farmer who spelled 'No Trump' with cow poop.
This cow, however, thinks puns are the lowest form of humor.

Good on ya, Leon. Hopefully Slanker will keep writing things in poop, and you can keep excreting those puns. 

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