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I told my dog today was Halloween – here's his reaction

Ha, that face says it all, doesn’t it? Much to my surprise, Rocky seems to like wearing clothing. On the other hand, this Batman costume comes with a headpiece that none of our dogs will wear – not that I blame them. I do wish they’d make these costumes more like t-shirts, though. If it’s the right size, it’s surprisingly easy to get a dog into a t-shirt.

Anyway, Happy Halloween!

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I told my dog there are going to be three more Avatar movies – here's his reaction

“Hey Conny, guess what?!? There’s going to be three more Avatar movies!”

dog-says-meh

"Can't reminisce, sleeping."

Here is just the latest in sleeping photos of Rocky that require me to crop his junk out of the frame. Such is a dog’s life.

Incidentally, "Mother Simpson" remains one of my favorite one shot characters. Lots of great jokes in that episode.

Saturday Dog Blog

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Maggie was all, “I’m your faithful companion and I’m in it till the end. Let’s fix these shelves…  Oh, still not done, huh?  Ok, goodnight.”

Saturday Dog Blog 9/6/14

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As you can see, poor Conny is going through a full shed. I can’t keep up with it. That’s life with a husky!

Thoughts on Game of Thrones, episode 2, season 1

game-of-thrones-logoI don’t recall the exact title of the second episode of season 1, but might I suggest “don’t touch my human?” I gotta tell you, Game of Thrones, it’s one step forward then two steps back with you.
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Television Reflection Photography – doggy style

Sometimes, the sun hits a tube television in just the right way and you get a great mirror effect, which I was able to utilize in this photo of Maggie, our resident golden retriever. If you’re in the right place at the right time of day and have a tube television in the right spot, this is a fun thing to play with!

Look, it’s the dog from the Audi Super Bowl commercial – in toy form!

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Sure looks like the famed Doberhuahua to me. What an odd commercial; but I liked the Sarah McLaughlin part.

Sure was a down year for Super Bowl commercials, huh? The worst year I can remember – and yet the best half time show… In what, a decade? At least.

A FLY ON THE WALL: Developing Budweiser’s Puppy Love

Welcome back to A Fly On The Wall, a feature that listens in on conversations that may or may not have ever actually occurred. This time, we’ll use our fly power to listen in on a development meeting at Budweiser so we can better understand how they came up with their hit Super Bowl commercial, “Puppy Love “.

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It’s time to develop our Super Bowl 2014 ad!

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Super Bowl XLVIII.

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What?

CREATIVE
Never mind. So what are you thinking about for this year?

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Winning. I want to win the Super Bowl commercials.

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I gotcha – you want to have the ad that the viewers like the best.

EXECUTIVE
Exactly. How do we do that?

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That’s easy: puppies.
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That is the most skeptical dog photo I've ever seen

I’m all about adopting dogs, yet I must point out that the tag line and the expression on that dog’s face are perhaps the two most contrary things to ever appear in any advertisement. EVER.

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