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After a particularly restless Saturday night, three cowboys stood before the small town judge on a charge of drunk and disorderly conduct in a public park. Judge to First Cowboy: Name please. First Cowboy: Harvey. Judge: What were you doing in the park? First Cowboy: Oh, we was just throwing peanuts in the river. Judge to Second Cowboy: And your name? Second Cowboy: Bubba, sir. Judge: And what were you doing, Bubba? Second Cowboy: Like Harvey says, we was throwing peanuts in the river. Judge to Third Cowboy: Your name? Third Cowboy: Peanuts.