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This post is a bit long, but you know I wouldn’t be so wordy of this was terribly important information. I mean, we’re only talking about the end of the world, right? While you’re looking forward to the New Year … Continue reading
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‘Tis the season for top 10 lists! It’s my first year blogging, and I am honored to be the only three-legged blogging rescue dog that you know. THANK YOU for ~20,000 hits from all my two- and four-legged friends during the … Continue reading
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The New York Times published one doggone good one today. The Industry Insiders Sound an Alarm article by Ian Urbina exposes more realities behind natural gas myths. What does it mean to you? Well, Remember the dot com bubble? The bank … Continue reading
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Have you ever stopped to think about how important communication is? Without communication, it is not possible to effectively exist as dogs, as humans, as societies, or as corporations. There are several things that are related–or made clear– through communication. … Continue reading