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(Buzzfeed)   The 26 dustiest news stories of 2012   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 60
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2012-12-15 12:48:45 PM

Broktun: [s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 625x469] 

'nuff said


Exactly, the look of joy on the girls face gets to me.
 
2012-12-15 01:05:10 PM
#10 started the tears for me...

And I'm at work.


Thank you subby...
 
2012-12-15 02:34:32 PM
The firefighter rescuing the dog from Hurricane Sandy flooding it was made be well up.

That photo always does that to me.
 
2012-12-15 02:35:45 PM

MisterTweak: Thanks, smits, I really needed that.


Thank you so much for the Total Fark month! That's so kind of you. :)

I've never been a Total Farker before. I wonder what I'm going to do with my newfound powers...
 
2012-12-15 03:21:03 PM

Max Awesome: MisterTweak: Thanks, smits, I really needed that.

Thank you so much for the Total Fark month! That's so kind of you. :)

I've never been a Total Farker before. I wonder what I'm going to do with my newfound powers...


Trollin' the politics tab, it's how I roll. ;-)

Thanks again for this link, I get the feeling you made a lot of people smile when they least expected to, can't think of a better public service than that!
 
2012-12-15 05:16:44 PM

dickfreckle: dpaul007: I can't count the number of times I've come home after a lousy day at work or just out amongst the world's population, slammed the door closed, and said, "The more people I meet, the more I love my dog."

As the great one once said, life is a series of dogs. You can measure the decades with memories of them. Of the thousands of people I've met, I can count on one hand those I would trust as much as any dog I've known.

/just adopted a pooch and even though he's driving me crazy through his obstinate growing pains, I'd step in front of a bus for him. But man is he a dork.

[i.imgur.com image 850x479]

This little dude is driving me crazy far more than my 110 Akita ever did. But he's totally awesome.

/stop digging through my trash, dude


That's an adorable dork you have. (Adorkable?)
 
2012-12-15 05:48:20 PM

MisterTweak:

Thanks again for this link, I get the feeling you made a lot of people smile when they least expected to, can't think of a better public service than that!


That's awesome. The folks at Buzzfeed have good hearts. As do Farkers.

I was in a bit of a funk even before yesterdays tragic news, as I'm not going to be able to go see my family this Christmas. I'm taking care of my sick 21 year old cat. I've got a whole medical triage set up at home with antibiotics, painkillers and intravenous fluids. I thought she was dying, but she's since bounced back with a little tlc.

But I'm glad to have found this list and shared it. My view of human nature gets a bit skewed toward the negative with all the crazy news I read, so it helps to see examples of kindness like this. (and you sponsorship kindness too. )
 
2012-12-15 07:05:27 PM
#25 reminds me so much of the really sweet beginning of the movie "Up", but is all the more wonderful for being real.
 
2012-12-15 11:01:38 PM

Broktun: [s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 625x469] 

'nuff said


Yeah that flower in the upper right seems quite interested, "excited" even.
 
2012-12-16 12:44:38 AM

dpaul007: I'll see yours and raise you mine. :D


That's great-looking pooch you have there, mister.

For all of my adult my life I've had larger dogs. What I'm now beginning to understand is that while they might be bulls in China shops, they're typically more relaxed than the small ones. My Akita never barked to assert himself or dragged me down the street on a leash. He just shrugged it all off. Magnum (the pooch in the pic) is just all about making a fuss whenever he hits daylight.

He's not an "ankle biter" by any means, and he's well-loved in the neighborhood. But it's almost as if he knows he's small, and wont grow much larger. So hike-pisses on every telephone pole and hydrant in a 2 mile radius and wants to hump Rottweilers in their own yards. Worse is when I get groceries after having too many beers to drive and have to walk him (for the 5th time that day). But again, he's just a boy at this point.

But I haven't had a little lapdog since I was very young. It's fairly awesome, letting him sleep in the bed and warming my feet. I could do without him chewing the crotch from my boxers, though I guess that's my fault for leaving them next to the shower if I'm too drunk to put them in the hamper. Though he gets into that, too.



I imagine those of you with human boys are equally flabbergasted by how fark-tarded they appear to be.
 
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