March 18, 2008 in and now to recap
(She isn’t used to it! It hurts her paws.)
(I hope Pedigree only helps good dogs. Divorce victims etc.)
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March 18, 2008 at 3:39 pm
Pedigree also funds the surveillance and capture of well-known Impostor-Dogs. You know, the ones walking around like they own the damn place, talking British and drinking micro-brew (only they call it ‘craft’ brew, with just that single quotation mark like Philip Larkin or Kingsley Amis) but you can tell they really want to pee all over your sofa and maybe steal your credit card.
Nice meeting you and Jen last night at the GCB.
Also: I just ate something on my finger that in retrospect I don’t think it was food.
And: “That Right Ain’t Shit” may be my favorite (i.e. most mix-cd’ed) non-New Pornographers song of the ‘indie’ boom. When “The Lemon of Pink” came out I had an iPod and listened to it on DC’s public transit every day and suddenly a lot of things I didn’t understand made sense.
See you at Bravo.
March 18, 2008 at 3:54 pm
While I do appreciate your concern (and, let’s face it, policing) of the dog-situation, I’m a little worried about the work you’re doing. I am much more concerned that rich, faux-british dogs, dress up to look like strays and then talk about their hard life on the streets. That really gets me. Now, just look at that whole Jenny-from-the-block scandal that broke out when it turned out Tramp was just a regular dog from an upper-middle class home. I mean, I always knew. You can tell a purebred even if he’s wearing a PLO collar.
Also: I don’t know what to say about what you just ate. I feel it would endanger my satire to compare you to a K-9. Or to NOT compare you to one.
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