An old farmer got called in for Jury Duty. During the interview process the prosecuting attorney asked him if he believed in Circumstantial Evidence? He stated "No way, never believe in it!" The prosecutor asked him to explain his reason. He said: One cold morning I was milking one of cows. She kept kicking her hind legs, didn't like getting milked. I was about half way thru the job when she kick over the bucket, I was soaked in milk head to toe. So I stripped down to my under shorts to finish the job. Then she started whipping her tail around, about the third time I got hit in face I had enough. So I tied a rope to her tail was going to tie it to the rafter above her. I couldn't reach it, so I moved my milking stool behind her. I was standing on my tip toes on the stool in my wet under shorts tying her tail up when my wife walked in. "Nope, I don't believe in Circumstantial Evidence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"