Robert submitted "DELYAKS raises and sells Yaks and Yak bovine crosses from top genetic lines of Golden, Royal, Imperial, Black; from heifer and bull calves to breeding bulls and bred cows: and markets Gourmet exotic Yak meats from burgers to steaks to whole loins. We are seeking partners to raise Yak bovine cross animals for Yak meat production programs. And we are seeking top end gourmet restaurants and premium burger restaurants who wish to pioneer new tasty and healthy meat entrees on their menus. We also wish to offer Yak meats through health food stores, organic and all natural health food emporiums and delis, and luxury health spas and resorts. These meat products are a new entry into the American market, and are rapidly becoming the rage of a health conscious, gourmet consumer. Once you eat Yak, you'll always be back! The All-Natural Natural!"
The funniest part was that I didn't post this. The actual owner of the site submitted it. I think we're gaining fame in the tight-knit yak community. And I don't entirely know what to think of that. :)
I've never tried yak. Maybe it will become the other red meat? I'm not sure I'd be too happy eating our beloved mascot.
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Ah! I completely misunderstood it then. Need more coffee. Got paged last night at 1:15am and worked on a problem til 2am. I think I even answered two SQLTeam posts while other people on the conference call were verifying things. I'm not all that coherent today as I didn't get much sleep after that.