The farmer stunned by such a question thought for a moment then answered, "Sure!" The driver immediately opened his laptop computer and tethered it to his 4G cellular phone. He surfed the web, found NASA’s home page, then clicked on the NASA's GPS satellite tracking section. He looked at the Garmin GPS device mounted on the center of his dash then fed his exact coordinates into the NASA's satellite tracking system. NASA's satellite immediately scanned the area with its high-resolution photo lens camera.
When the scan was complete, the driver clicked open his Adobe Photoshop application and exported the digital images NASA sent to a real-time data processing facility in Germany. Within seconds, he received a text on his I-phone informing him his images had been processed and his data request was available.
As the driver was about to open the door to the cab and hop in, the farmer spoke, "Son, if I can tell you exactly what line of work you are in, will you give me back my calf?"
"Well, you work for the County either in the Zoning Department or Assessor's Office."
"Wasn’t hard. "You showed up on my property unannounced and began asking questions. You then wanted to give me an answer to a question I never asked and then you wanted a reward for telling me something I already knew. You were obviously using thousands of dollars worth of equipment that only the taxpayers could afford and you know absolutely nothing about cows. I raise sheep on my ranch, not cows ... now give me back my dog."