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Photo: A Cow Waits Patiently At A Stoplight In Downtown L.A.

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Over the weekend, a very well-behaved cow named Betsy was seen waiting patiently to cross the street in downtown Los Angeles. Judging by the trucks, lights, and equipment in the photo, we assume that this cow is a budding moovie star, and not just heading to happy hour at Blue Cow Kitchen & Bar. There were speculations that the cow was to be used in a Chik-Fil-A commercial that was filming in the area.

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On a related note: let's all take a moment to remember this other great instance of cow cameos in Los Angeles, when David Lynch posted up at Hollywood and La Brea with a cow to promote Laura Dern's Oscar consideration for her role in Inland Empire: