Hate your job in TV news? At least you didn’t have to design this graphic of cow flatulence blowing up the world

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Working in broadcast news is hard — long hours, unpredictable schedules and next-to-impossible demands.

You’ve probably been tempted to quit at least once before, right?

Well, here’s a comforting thought for everyone out there except one person — at least you didn’t have have the design a graphic of a cow’s flatulence blowing up the world for “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”

The graphic appeared in a large box next to a narrower box of Jeanine Pirro’s more-than-usual-disjointed “opening statement” — which the network lower third reminds you is “opinion” occasionally. 

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The image itself depicts a black and white cow (whose head is oddly cropped out of the frame) — with a blast of fire coming out of its posterior before blossoming into a full blow conflagration.

Behind this is an image of the world, as seen from space, with a giant crack down the middle and bright bursts of light shooting outward. 

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