Ramblings from another nerd on the grid
Hugh has some really funny cartoons and business cards. If you’ve looked at his blog, you’ll notice he’s got more talent than most companies. What would you ask him to draw for your card? Or better yet, what would people tell him to draw for you? Now that might be fun.
For the record, I had cats in college. I had a cat after college. I like some cats. Some cats are kewl.
However, dogs still rule. I’ve had little, medium and big dogs. Elvis is my current dog. Elvis is kewl. Elvis has a blog. He doesn’t write much, but he’s busy doing dog stuff. Elvis is famous for interrupting my webcasts with well timed rants. He really can’t help it. The darn UPS guy always wakes him out of his slumber with the front door package thump. He doesn’t like that much.
Small dogs rock. They don’t droll as much. They don’t take up the whole couch. They don’t poop as much. And they don’t drink as much beer.
[NOTE] No cats or dogs were harmed during the writing of this post.
Man, your dog is even more un-manly than mine (miniature Daschound) ;-) I counter for the un-manlyness factor of my dog by pointing out to everyone (and I mean everyone) that miniature Daschounds were bred to go down into badger holes and kill badgers. Takes a stout heart to go against a badger, much less kill one.
It's funny though, Elvis will take on any dog. He thinks he's a German Shepard or something. Regarding my dog and unmanlyness, at least he isn't a cat. :)
Yeah, most small dogs are fearless. Most I say. Mine isn't one of them.. :-) She will curl up into a quivering puddle of fear at the slightest hint of rain..
But at least she isn't a cat.. :-)
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