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Some Interesting Links

Links.jpgObama's now got Andy's vote (for those of you who don't know, Andy is my Aussie Shepherd).  Currently, Andy has no rights . . .  But Obama's making him a promise Andy might not be able to resist.  Click here: Obama Pledges Support for Animal Rights

I've often wondered what Andy is actually saying when he barks, growls, or howls.  Now a bunch of Hungarian scientists might be able to tell me.  My guess is that Andy's probably been telling me that I'm "not fair" and that he does have rights.  You can be sure he is not saying, "you know, what we really need in this house is a cat."  Click here: Computer can help your dog communicate - Yahoo! News

This is one of those cases where you want to ground the kid for life, but at the same time, you have to admire his ingenuity.  Some Polish teen hacked into the local commuter train computer and took over the city's entire tram network.  I'm an old model railroader from way back, so on some level, I find this to be pretty cool.  Talk about a train-set!  Click here: Polish teen derails tram after hacking train network | The Register

Finally, those promoting the Thorham 2008 event in the UK, could use a little help in the proof-reading department.  Check out the little girl in the picture.  She's doing some serious mining.  Click here: Tourist pamphlet spoilt by nose picking girl - Telegraph 

Reader Comments (1)

"I've often wondered what Andy is actually saying when he barks, growls, or howls. "

Funny thing, I have actually conducted a study on this myself. My conclusion, when a dog barks he is saying, "hey" or "heeeeeeeeeeey" when he howls.
January 17, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChris Sherman

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