Two Aggie pilots named Bubba and Earl are flying a four-engine transport aircraft across country hauling a load of sheep.
When one of the engines conks out, Earl gets nervous, but Bubba manages to calm him. "We can still make it there on three engines," he says.
An hour later a second engine falters and stops running. Earl is sweating now and getting more nervous. "Calm down," Bubba says. "We're at 30,000 feet. We can still reach our destination by entering a shallow dive." And Earl returns to normal.
An hour later a third engine ceases to function. Earl is nearly frantic, but Bubba comes through again. "We're very close to our destination now, and we still have plenty of altitude. I promise you we'll make it!" And Earl is okay again.
Fifteen minutes later they're down to 5,000 feet altitude, 75 miles short of their destination, and the last engine quits.
Earl is in a frenzy of fear. And quite frankly, Bubba is too. "We have to bail out," he says.
"But what about the sheep?!" Earl asks.
"Fuck the sheep!" Bubba shouts.
"You mean we have time?" Earl says.
Gag 'em Sheep.