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THE COW NOBEL PRIZE MYSTERY How come more cows Don’t win Nobel prizes And trophies of different sizes With questions of why s and how s ? It’s not the size of their feet Nor their horns nor their udder Nor the lack of an intellectual rudder Which makes them easy to beat No - they’re just much too lazy. It’s far easier to cow-walk Than to argue and cross-talk In a meadow hot and hazy. So, in Nobels they’re always last; But if these cleft-foot guys wise-up They’d soon be picking a prize up And the size of their prize would be vast.

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