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    Dog Trying To Get A Stranger To Throw A Stick

    This is what happens when Shop Dogs get out of the shop!


    http://www.wimp.com/throwstick/
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    I saw that a couple of weeks ago, and it still puts a big ol' smile on my face to see it.
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    Hi,

    That's the way I feel sometimes when I try to get my wife to do something.

    In all honesty I will have to admit that the reason is usually that she can't hear or understand what I said. She used to be able to hear a pin drop across the street. Now the poor lady's hearing is worse than mine.

    We do have some very interesting conversations---What is said frequently has absolutely nothing to do with what is heard.

    If I have to have these senior moments, I am sure glad it is with her. We sure get a lot of laughs out of it.

    Enjoy,

    Jim
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    Takes a stone cold heart not to play with such an enthusiastic pup as that!
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    Border collies! Geez. I've got one. They're "supposed" to be smart!

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    Bill

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