"I'll tell ya, Jeb," Wilbur said to his friend, "the tractor business ain't
doin' too well. I ain't sold one all month.
"You think you've got problems?" Jeb replied. "The other day, I went
out to milk Daisy, when she swatted me in the face with her tail, like she
always does. So I took some twine and tied it to the rafters. When I sat
down again, she kicked me like she always does. So I tied her leg to the
side of the stall. When I started to sit down again, I could see her taking
aim with her other leg, so I tied it to the other side of the stall. And I'll
tell you what," he continued with a sigh, "if you can convince my wife I was
gonna *milk* that cow, I'll buy a tractor from you!"