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Posted Dec 2, 2011 by KB
I'm sure you've all heard it. That old saying in journalism - "'Dog bites man' is not news. 'Man bites dog' is news!"
Well, "man bites dog" might be a bit uncommon, but it must have happened enough by now to really get the dogs angry.
Because now we've gone one step better still:
Dog shoots owner up the arse!
Oh, that kind of thing happens all the time... and I have a few people on my list to whom it should happen as well...
Go on, name names!
Nobody anyone here would know... but a close relative of a close relative of mine springs to mind...
We have a family story about a dog being chased around Armagh with a 'RA sticker on its arse. If the dog hadn't been caught in time it could've been responsible for a shooting - though more likely in the kneecaps than the arse.
There was, believe it or not, a spate of sectarian attacks on sheep here, recently. In the middle of the night, they were sneakily being painted red, white and blue or green, white and orange.
Poor , being used as billboards. I hope the vandals used non-toxic paint or dye on them.
Personally, I'd go for painting them red, green and blue. Then we could zoom way out on Google Earth, use them as pixels, and see if they made any interesting pictures!
I love that idea.
With some very clever dogs you could make them moving pictures.
I like that! I guess painting sheep is a much better alternative to kneecapping people As kids we thought up the hoax of painting the word 'turbo' on our neighbour's cows. Never had the guts to pull it through, though...
>>With some very clever dogs you could make them moving pictures.
It's been done, boyo.
Wow that was truly amazing!
Those are some very clever dogs.
And some very silly people.
Gotta love it.