How many human visted?
- 58,760 humans visited
Which of my posts are the humans reading the most?
So, what’s a 3-legged rescue dog blog about?
Tag Archives: methane migration
Mary Beth Adams recently published in the Journal of Environmental Quality an extremely interesting study on the effects of frack fluid on vegetation. The short answer? Things die. The long answer: “Two years after fluid application, 56% of the trees … Continue reading
As only a dog can do, I’ve decided to put together a couple resources so that you humans have a quick and easy place to refer back to when you need some scientific and logical back-up while picking apart pro-gas … Continue reading
Do you like to breathe? Is it a hobby that you enjoy? Other than when doing relaxation techniques (or making prank phone calls), I can’t think of a time when humans outright focus on their breathing. And us dogs? We pant … Continue reading
I dunno what happened last night, but my guess is that there might be an outbreak of rabies in the area. I can’t figure out any other reason why my master would be so disturbed. So, I am going to … Continue reading
Whoa. Harrisburg is not a friendly place. Too bad PA’s gubner received so much money from gas companies for his last election; too bad his Marcellus Shale Advisory Committee is stacked with these contributors. It’s too bad because these dogs … Continue reading
Perhaps my constitution isn’t the best. And what about the Commonwealth of PA’s constitution?… how good is it? Lately, it seems like PA’s constitution just isn’t holding things together… For example, only a half million of our 4.5 million acres of … Continue reading
My master is being much more proactive these days. At first, he thought that since I only have three legs, then I wouldn’t be prone to running away. He didn’t have the forsight to think that I would exercise my … Continue reading
Do you remember Salt-N-Pepa? I just love that line “I got the POWAH!” Now, of course, I have to say right off the bat that Foucault would not like this song. Power, he would say, isn’t something you got. You … Continue reading
What kind of dog would I be if I didn’t read Foucault? Why most humans are not up on these things is beyond me, but I really don’t hear them talking that much about power and knowledge and how our relationships … Continue reading