Friday, March 25, 2011

Photo Phriday: Wether or Not


I want him, Rosie's bringing me a goat.

17 comments:

  1. Grin. I've a lot of shots of Helo enthusiastically going after sheep that look like this...except that he's a dashing blur.

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  2. Look at the intensity in her eyes. Look out, goat!

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  3. Nothing to do with this post, but it was a nice article on Cole in last Saturday's paper!

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  4. Look out, goat!

    Heather, do you read novels? This picture made me think of the book Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver, which I think you'd really like.

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  5. I hate to see dogs chasing livestock. What an awful photo; that poor scared goat. Damn dog. I'd shoot any dog that chased my goats!!

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  6. I hate dog people. You freaks think the world should revolve around your dogs.

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  7. Oh, and dogs should be neutered out of existence. Dogs are the most annoying pet there is.

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  8. You dog cultists can't handle any dissenting views, which explains why your ilk deletes any and all comments that conflict with your dog worship religion.

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  9. Waaa haaa haaa haaa.

    "Toby" is a coward as well as an imbecile.

    Come on "Toby," use a real name.

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  10. This site needs better trolls! C'mon, Heather, get crackin'!

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  11. I bet Jemimah Harris would lend me some of hers for as long as I wanted them.

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  12. Toby's just jealous that Rosie can get your goat and he can't.

    And what's an anti-dog doing reading your blog anyway?

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  13. Eleanor, notice that "Toby" did not "read" anything.

    It was all "Toby" could do to look at the pitcher.

    And it didn't even see that correctly.

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  14. You're right. I just assumed that anyone coming to your blog would be coming not just with the intent to, but with the hope to, read something.

    I know what they say about when you assume.

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  15. Lori, the library didn't have Prodigal Summer on the shelf the other day, but I did pick up the Poisonwood Bible.

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  16. I think the full caption should be "Wether or not at the start, definitely wether at the finish!"

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