Snobbery and Promotion
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Author Archives: Rufus Dogg
A tree in full bloom we saw today on our afternoon walk. Too pretty for words, so I will say none. Tweet
I’m so excited!! My littlest fan is coming to see me today. I sure hope she brings me a hot dog from Speedway on the corner of Taywood and Main I just wanted to remind her that my tail is … Continue reading
5. Dogs never ask you how you feel about anything. 4. Dogs charge nothing to listen 3. Dogs will never complain if you run over the scheduled time or take a different path. 2. Dogs are not scared of demons … Continue reading
SOURCE: Wikipedia For those of you who may not know, I was with the Dayton Daily News from 1998-2002. It was perhaps the most meaningful period of my life, in which I learned how to write objectively, think independently, treasure … Continue reading
I recently had the opportunity to take a ride through Red State America along Hwy 35 through southern Ohio, West Virginia and onto Interstate 64. The ride was a bit odd as I emerged from Dayton, the rich, white, mall-laden … Continue reading
Driving through West Virginia and Virginia on my way from Dayton to Williamsburg and this family was outside “eating” lunch at an Arby’s. By the time I had gotten to take the photo without being suspected, five kids had left … Continue reading