I'm doing lots of cleaning around here, in preparation, for our life on the road. Included, is the cleaning of my laptop. I'm always running across things that I want to share and I save them. Here's a few.
Patti Page remake: "How Much Is that Doggie In The Window," is now "How Much Is That Doggie in the Shelter."
In an interview, Ms Page states, " "When I recorded that song more than 50 years ago, 'Doggie in the Window' seemed like a sweet and harmless message, and everyone thought of the corner pet store as a place to see adorable puppies. The puppies in pet stores are still adorable, but now most of them come from puppy mills. So I've changed my tune. I want this song with new lyrics, 'Doggie in the Shelter,' to become an anthem for homeless pets, and to help people recognize the great work done by animal shelters."
For the dogs who have everything
Chris Morran at, The Consumerist, writes,
"...The folks at Sniff Candles are sellingThe Consumeristg the candles in five scents, including "Fart and Away," "Day in the Hamptons" and "Splendor in the Grass," for $32 each. For those looking to buy in bulk, the entire quintet is available for $150..."
courtesy of the FailBlog
"It's not what it looks like. Or perhaps it is. My leg (as briefly pictured in the upper-left-hand corner) is gnarled up with road rash. I was sitting in a media chair with my pants down to ease the pain on my thigh. My dog, Bacca, decided the pants were amply warm, convenient, and inviting, so she crawled in. What? That's not how you roll at your house? Don't judge me."
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