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December 04, 2013

Mondays Totally Suck

And you thought you were having a bad day at work...

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More proof (as if it were needed) that squirrels are plotting to kill us all.

Posted by Cassandra at December 4, 2013 05:59 AM

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Aww, poor little guy. I feel sorry for that squirrel if he ever does get ahold of it...ok, no I don't.
Just desserts and all, yanno.
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Posted by: DL Sly at December 4, 2013 01:53 PM

From here it appears to have been a costly day.

Had to cdut the coupler off of the Plastic Pipe, & then pay the Vet.

Probably lost a full day of work to boot. Though this time of year work on the farm is a little slow, HERE.

Posted by: Bill Wilson at December 4, 2013 07:03 PM

When we last lived in California, Sausage tried to chase a ground squirrel into a drainage pipe in our garden. But at least he stopped short of intubating himself :p

Posted by: Cass at December 4, 2013 08:57 PM

Soo, as I see it, that makes the score squirrels 1, dogs 435,806.
In every day life, the squirrel wins if he simply gets away to live another day.

Best Regards,

Posted by: CAPT Mike at December 4, 2013 10:36 PM

Bad squirrels go to dog heaven.

Posted by: Blick at December 5, 2013 08:19 PM

Jack, Jack, Where Did I Go Wrong...? ----

Jack Russell terriers can be a handful when there is quarry to be had. Many Jack Russell owners begin life as ordinary people. But after a few years of dog ownership, they relish long walks in the woods, carrying a spade and flashlight. At first they were irritated when their Jack disappeared down a hole and wouldn't come out for hours. Once these dogs have identified a quarry they often wait patiently for the best moment to strike. The spade is used to dig the dog out when it's dark and time to go home. The flashlight is used to find the dog's hind end, to pull it out without hurting it. The word terrier has similar roots to the word terrain. Feisty, energetic and fearless, two Jacks will take on a bear. Win or lose, their adversary will know they have been in one heck of a fight. And then there is the story of the Jack, hit by a car, lying lifeless on the road. The owners sorrowfully buried him, but found him scratching at the door the next morning. Underground, the dog woke up and dug himself out.

Posted by: DemocracyRules at December 6, 2013 12:16 AM

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