a needle's sympathy / the kindness of a gun / the monster in your head / the truth from which you run
Ha, I listened to it with the sound off and thought, dogs are really weird. Then I turned the sound up and got your point...
i *still* don't understand why someone would do that to their dog -but you are right - it's the sort of stupid thing that is just stupid...
Fabulous. Now I'm going to be thinking like Perry Cox for the rest of the day.
I Ree-HEALY don't get some people!
Go Dr. Cox. I'll be doing my impression of him for the rest of the day. My co-workers thank you PF! Hah!
Not much different from what Sunday school teachers do with the kids in some churches. Sad sad, sad. And considering the standard techniques for training a dog, one must surely wonder what she did to elicit that particular reaction. Of course, she would say "Nothing -- the dog just knows Satan's the bad guy." Oy.
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