Max and Noche by Tim F| July 9, 20119:58 am| 30 CommentsThis post is in: Dog BloggingFacebookTweetEmailYou could call this a cold tug-of-war. The only winning move is…not to play!
conveys the joy!
As it is with so many things. Blog wars, for instance…
Dog blogging? There can be only one reply to such a constrained thread-break free of your chains!
The only winning move is…not to play!
Have they ever seen “Lady and the Tramp”?
How utterly companionable!
@The Dangerman: Just cut to the chase, man: Have they ever shared spaghetti?
So tell us, who won? Or are they still laying there just like the picture?
Max shares his stix. I see no fault in this.
Got woke up too early. I think I’m going back to bed.
Mutually assured distraction.
Tis the day for dog blogging, I’ve posted an update on our new puppy! With pictures!
Southern Beale – what a great title for your blog! Riley is such a cutie, and it sounds like he is a sweetie, as well.
@ Southern Beale:
Your caveat on posting on your blog is priceless!
He looks like Pete the Pup! OTAY!
Dunno if you saw my reply a day or so back. We had a great time. Allerton, the Idea Garden, the Esquire and the Boneyard Navigator 4th party were all great. Some folks are pretty worn out but I guess that’s the toll.
See if you know anyone.
Gimme dat stick.
I got it.
Yeah we thought his markings were unusual, too. Funny, we should’ve named him marcel. He’s like wearing a black Marcel Marceaux outfit. Or a tuxedo or something.
@Southern Beale: OMG, what a face! He sounds like a wonderful find. And, of course, he’s being raised properly.
Truth Wins Out infiltrates Marcus Bachmann’s Christian “therapy” center, which receives state and federal funds, and finds — SHOCKER! – –they peddle in discredited “pray away the gay” crap.
On another note, Marcus Bachmann looks exactly like Liberace in this picture without the rhinestone suit.
Saw the reply very late and you were long gone so i figured I’d try to catch you “live” on BJ this weekend.
Looks like this was a reunion, not just a trip to CU?
That’s you in front, right? But where’s your wife? Taking the photo?
Green guy standing on the left looks familiar, but I don’t have a name. Blue guy on the right with an emblem on his shirt looks familiar, too. So does blue shirt woman next to him, and the white t-shirt guy who is with her. Also grey t-shirt guy with a blue cup that is standing toward the center of the photo.
The black guy with the hawaiian shirt looks familiar, too, like maybe I’ve seen him around town recently. But he has a classic face, so maybe not. I don’t get the feeling I knew him from before.
I might say that sounds harsh except that I laughed out loud when I saw the photo because you are oh so right in that description.
In defense of his “therapy”, of course you can pray away the gay, because he’s done it for himself, and it worked for him, right? :-)
@Southern Beale — what a scamp. Stuckinred beat me to it, I immediately thought of Petey from Our Gang.
And WaterGirl, I’m sure old Marcus counts himself as his first “cure”. It’s all reprehensible.
Maybe after these nuts try “pray away the gay” they can turn to “pray away the stupid”, imagine all the money to be had among the idiots who voted for Michelle.
The Church of England is thinking about getting rid of the $6 million they hold in News International in the wake of the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World.
That they held them in the first place means that the Church doesn’t seem to have a problem with girls having their boobs out on Page Three of the Sun every day. What was it with that “Don’t covet thy neighbor’s wife again”? Maybe the CofE got a guarantee from Rupert that the only boobs shown on page three are boobs from unmarried women.
Yea, it was the Boneyard Navigators 33rd annual 4th Party. This is a mix of Record Service folks and Esquire Lounge peeps. My bride was, indeed, on the camera. Shoot me an email and I’ll give you more info.
I’m not only the
Hair Club Presidentpseudo-psychologist, I’m also a client!
I would have typed LOL, but that wouldn’t do justice to my response. I laughed a long time over that. Too funny!
I don’t like to play favorites as a general rule, but there’s little question that Max is my single favorite pet to appear on this blog. Followed closely by Lily!
Someone has a very nice meadow behind their house/neighborhood. Nice, not fenced in or anything.
Sometimes, it’s good to be a dog.
Wonderful pics of two dogs that are loving life right at that moment. My dog gets that look after our morning walk, when we get back home, he immediately jumps into his baby pool for a soak and a nice drink (he’s a lab, naturally).
Two Dogs, One Stick