" 'Crazy' bull escapes, rips apart man's home" - Factual story, but also a metaphor - *LINK* *PIC*

" 'Crazy' bull escapes, rips apart man's home" - Factual story, but also a metaphor - *LINK* *PIC*
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Sunday, September 23, 2007 02:29 pm

Metaphor, you say?
YES! Metaphor, I say!
The house that the wild bull attacked is the Whitehouse - everyone in it, and anyone who supports its current degradation and everything it now stands for - blind arrogance, callous self-serving power, illegal war, pernicious deceit, murderous treachery, and outright totalitarian control of the population solely for its own selfish ends, all together reeking with the foul stench of lowdown spiritual darkness.

The bull stands for the surging, unstoppable DIVINE force of all good people everywhere, powered by invincible love, light, and concentrated force of heart, and our collective and resolute intent - to SET THINGS RIGHT. To live in a world where the welfare, happiness and spiritual fulfillment of everyone, is first and foremost directly dependent upon the welfare, happiness and spiritual fulfillment of everyone else.

Story -

\"KILLINGLY, Connecticut (AP) -- An escaped and raging bull attacked a neighbor\'s home, tearing off siding, ripping down part of a fence and damaging a car.

Wayne Johnson said he found the bull in his yard Friday morning. It had wandered in from a nearby farm.

While he watched, the bull repeatedly charged his house, tore off clapboards, flipped a picnic table, rammed his car and tore down part of the fence around his swimming pool, he said.

\"He was crazy,\" Johnson said. \"The thing was ripping my house apart.\"

Johnson called police, who called the state Department of Agriculture. They suggested finding the farmer who owns the animal.

Eventually, a neighbor was able to lure the bull away with a bag of grain, and led the animal back to its pasture.

Johnson said he\'s planning to talk to the bull\'s owner about getting his house repaired. He said he has no idea what caused the bull to become so aggressive.

\"My house isn\'t red,\" he joked. \"It\'s grayish blue.\"