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2014-03-10 08:13:37 PM  
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2014-03-10 08:21:33 PM  
People who push charities to strangers aren't loved by dogs.
 
2014-03-10 08:21:34 PM  
I fully expect to die alone and be thrown out with the trash if / when my body is discovered.

/ i know, welcome to fark
 
2014-03-10 08:52:23 PM  

GitOffaMyLawn: I fully expect to die alone and be thrown out with the trash eaten by my terrier mix if / when my body is discovered.

/ i know, welcome to fark


FTFM
 
2014-03-10 09:28:31 PM  
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2014-03-10 10:12:55 PM  
I just rescued a cat (unconditional apathy?). She does follow me around like a dog.

/am really a dog person, but the work hours I have aren't fair to a pooch.
 
2014-03-10 11:26:19 PM  
Great, touching ad for that rescue -- thanks for sharing, sub.

Some really idiotic comments in the youtubes (if you want to subject yourself) saying dogs only like you for the food and walkies,  I don't believe dogs are any smarter than their pea brains their born with but they do, IMO, understand affection.  And like the good things in life, like most sentient beings.

Sometimes I think all lesser animals have a gift we humans lack and that is the incomprehension that at some point we're all going to die.
 
2014-03-11 12:07:05 AM  
Not to be snarky, but wouldn't it just be simpler to find an occupation that didn't suck so much that your day was a potential backstory for an "unsub" on Criminal Minds?
 
2014-03-11 12:54:39 AM  
We called him Rags, he was just a cur, but twice on the Western Line,
That little old bunch of faithful fur had offered his life for mine.
And all he got was bones and bread and the leaving of soldiers' grub,
But he'd give his heart for a pat on the head, a friendly tickle or rub.
And Rags got home with the regiment, and then, in the breaking away -
Well, whether they stole him, or whether he went, I am not prepared to say.
But we mustered out, some to beer and gruel, and some to sherry and shad,
And I went back to the Sawbones School, where I was an undergrad.
One day they took us budding MDs to one of those institutes
Where they demonstrate every new disease by means of bisected brutes.
They had one animal tacked and tied and slit like a full-dressed fish,
With his vitals pumping away inside as pleasant as one might wish.
I stopped to look with the rest, of course, and the beast's eyes leveled mine;
His short tail thumped with a feeble force, and he uttered a tender whine.
It was Rags, poor Rags, who was martyred there, who was quartered and crucified,
And he whined that whine which is doggish prayer and he licked my hand--and he died.
And I was no better in part nor whole than the gang I was found among,
And his innocent blood was on the soul which he blessed with his dying tongue.
Well! I've seen men go to courageous death in the air, on sea, on land!
But only a dog would spend his breath in a kiss for his murderer's hand.
And if there's no heaven for love like that, for such four-legged fealty - well!
If I have any choice, I tell you flat, I'll take my chance in hell.

- Edmund Vance Cooke
 
2014-03-11 01:02:04 AM  

b0rg9: Great, touching ad for that rescue -- thanks for sharing, sub.

Some really idiotic comments in the youtubes (if you want to subject yourself) saying dogs only like you for the food and walkies,  I don't believe dogs are any smarter than their pea brains their born with but they do, IMO, understand affection.  And like the good things in life, like most sentient beings.

Sometimes I think all lesser animals have a gift we humans lack and that is the incomprehension that at some point we're all going to die.


Dogs have evolved alongside humans for thousands of years.  They understand the tones of our voices, our gestures, and our facial expressions, and we similarly are able to interpret their communications.  Even from the most coldly scientific point of view, dogs and humans have a sympathetic and emotional relationship.

I hope that the people reducing that relationship to "dogs only like you because you feed it" are intellectually consistent enough to also reduce all human relationships to that level of "people only like you because they get something beneficial from you"

Then I hope that they realize that is a very obvious and unavoidable fact of existence: Sentient beings enjoy things that are nice.  Wow.  Such edgy/revolutionary thinkers they must be.
 
2014-03-11 01:07:18 AM  

crozzo: Horribly sad story


You are an evil bastard.

/*sniff*
 
2014-03-11 01:55:00 AM  
3 of my 5 are adopted.
 
2014-03-11 03:50:19 PM  
Nice video, subby.
 
2014-03-11 06:48:36 PM  

HortusMatris: crozzo: Horribly sad story

You are an evil bastard.

/*sniff*


Like Bill Hicks, I'm available for childrens' parties.
 
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