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Ok.. I admit that I'm a sucker for a cold nose and cute fuzzy faces... especially when attached to critters of the non-human form. But I've also noticed how a handful of members here have chosen to use K-9 types as their Avatars and thus, not just changed my avatar to reflect both, personality and my love for such critters but to likewise establish a challenge that everyone here find a K-9 styled avatar that best represents who they are in the world... or who they think they are at least
My Shepard reveals how I'm seemingly attached to a keyboard a solid 14 hours a day, not just "working like a dog" but as a Shepard, looking out for my flock (I really am a Daddy Bear with several cubs I mentor and can get a bit aggressive when someone tries to hurt them).
So, what kind of pooch are you?
i always thought you were more of a cat lady...
i have an australian parakeet
im training him to do some tricks
For every person who reads this valuable book there are hundreds of naïve souls who would prefer to have their spines tingled by a sensational but worthless potboiler by some hack journalist of the paranormal. You who now read these sentences join a small but wiser minority. Martin Gaardner (Psychology of the Psychic)
This is our shelter rescue, Mojo. We recently had his DNA tested and it came back as a purebred Lab. Too bad he got snipped the day before we spotted him. Oh well.
Sometime in the near future, we're taking him to the Devil's Half Acre. Legend says no dog will go there quietly so we're anticipating a paranormal event. We'll keep you posted!
I'm totally a cat person. The puppy, as well as the text, is a bit ironic Dogs are adorable, they're just more often than not...frenetic.
Not that cats are much better. My friend's cat has a habit of tripping, falling, running into things, and just being generally clumsy and dumb.
Hey, you there. Yes, you. Read more journal articles.
If what I say sounds like the teacher from Charlie Brown (Wah wahh woohh wuh waah), then you should try college. It's fun, and only costs you your soul and several tens of thousands of dollars.
“I agree that by the standards of any other area of science that remote viewing is proven“ - Richard Wiseman
Let's make directional hypotheses, test them repeatedly, replicate experiments, and publish results! Yay, science!
Ok, ok... I'm guilty... the typical fat, broken middle-aged fag with a pussy
But I'm a pure critter person, it really don't matter what kind; I've worked with big kitties, ephalants, sea life, gators, big snakes... I really do love them all!
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