…is going to be a bit different this year. First of all, it’s 70 degrees outside! Second of all, I am really worried about Pennsylvania. It seems our whole state is falling apart because– well, in case you didn’t know … Continue reading
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The basic plot of Avatar is that the human consumption of non-renewable energy has driven humans to invade the planet Pandora, which is rich in an easily-obtained energy source. Easy, that is, if you have no respect for the natives– … Continue reading
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Yesterday was a bad day. I spent it in the kennel. Something about “no chickens”… I dunno. It sucked, that’s all I have to say. I was sitting in there thinking of a million ways I could get back at … Continue reading
You want to know what it takes to save a human? Sacrifice! That’s right, it takes an act of selfish-less-ness to help another human out. I’ve often noticed humans trying to help others– and today, for those of you who … Continue reading
What strategies are used to raise humans’ level of awareness? Some strategies are coercisive, derisive, manipulative, and violent. Others are peaceful, loving, sacrificial, and dignified. The same action could be either loving or oppressive, depending on the human’s intent. The … Continue reading
Did you know there’s another way to use the phrase “all bark and no bite”? You see, dogs have a funny way of thinking about power– and it only involves biting as a last resort. I never thought a human … Continue reading
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Earthquakes, a hurricane… is a great conflagration next? Taking a break from bloggin about natural gas today because the weather this past week reminds me of a story my master told me. It was about a human who was running … Continue reading
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Well, yesterday was an interesting day! First off, I was grounded all day– so I didn’t blog. Second, we had an earthquake. Third, we just might be headed toward the end of the world. Other than that, I suppose all … Continue reading
As only a dog can, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about a human named William Penn. He doesn’t come up that much in conversation even though the state that we live in is named for him. Most of you … Continue reading
Got some plain old terrible news yesterday that’s not related to the natural gas industry… and it got me thinking… I’m a pretty lucky dog– or blessed, perhaps is a better way to put it. When major things in life … Continue reading