The American spy cow is the newest addition to a series of radio controlled robotic farm animals which were developed by Armorobotech Weapons, Inc.
for the US Army's Military Farm Animal Operations Program or MFAOP to innocently walk into enemy territory where they would be mistaken for real
harmless farm animals. The program was first used during the gulf war when explosive chickens were used to attack people and buildings in enemy
cities. After the war MFAOP was used by the FBI to track down and chase dangerous criminals. In 1994 a mechanical race horse chased a convicted
murderer from the scene of a fatal hostage situation for an hour and a half before he finally collapsed from exhaustion. The Animals were also used
for rescue purposes. In 1993 a team of 5 Mechanical Ducks rescued a five year old from the raging waters during the Great Mississippi River Flood.
After the Oklahoma City bombing skinny tom cats were used to search through the rubble for survivors. Since the Gulf war 42 different species of farm
animals have been developed for various uses.
One of the robotic bastards flew into my window this morning. Went right through the glass.. I knew it was robotic because the thing got right back
up and flew away, right before leaving a tracer on my pillow.
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