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2013-01-04 10:20:00 PM
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Indubitably: ski9600:

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.


Of course. I seem to always get another idea, I guess I need to slow down or write down first or something ;-)
2013-01-04 10:14:02 PM
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ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.


P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.
2013-01-04 09:30:06 PM
1 votes:
Border Collies are farking insane and see invisible demons and angels everywhere. They're also handy at herding and finding things. Good for the lab that a collie was on the case! That picture of them together looks like the lab just farted.
2013-01-04 09:21:48 PM
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Labs are notorious for getting into shiat they can't get out of, at least the labs I've known have been, so this seems fitting somehow.

Border collies can be scary smart obsessive compulsive little bastards, so using one to find a lab seems fitting somehow too.


That "lab" looks like it had relatives that partied with a fox hound a time or three...
2013-01-04 09:21:31 PM
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bingethinker: So apparently, the one time you want your dog to bark and make a lot of noise, he'll lie quietly in a hole for hours.


I thought this too, but that dog was wedged down in there pretty tight in the muddy cold. He was probably in shock, too. But yeah, it makes me wonder if the dog had been trained not to bark. Golden labs? are smart and I would think they would bark in that circumstance if they could. Puzzling.
2013-01-04 09:20:52 PM
1 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Yellow Lab or Golden Retriever. There are no Golden Labs.

/ at least in 'Murica


West Yorkshire isn't in the U.S.
2013-01-04 09:06:10 PM
1 votes:
Good for all involved! I love lost dog stories with happy endings.

/hope never to lose any of mine
2013-01-04 08:53:21 PM
1 votes:
So apparently, the one time you want your dog to bark and make a lot of noise, he'll lie quietly in a hole for hours.
2013-01-04 08:50:57 PM
1 votes:

Funbags: Further proof dogs > cats

The cat-owners I know would be grateful if the damn things would run off and leave them alone.


You could not be more wrong.
 
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