Snobbery and Promotion
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Author Archives: Rufus Dogg
This year, Rufus has resolved to learn at least one new skill every day… and to wake up early, learn it in the morning so he can take the rest of the day off. Happy New Year!! Tweet
Well, just got back from my walk and settled into DaytonDailyNews.com and noticed a “dogs in the news” photo gallery off in the right-hand column…. But NONE of these dogs had their own blog. Have we dogs not evolved? Oooo.. … Continue reading
Once again, the media has gotten it all wrong. I’m going to step out and say that America didn’t vote “the other guy” because they were unhappy about the war in Iraq. Oh, now don’t get your underwear in a … Continue reading
There is a cat that lives in the office next door. He thinks he owns the hallway. Whenever Rufus goes out the back door, he is there and likes to hiss and swat. Rufus has been taking this behavior for … Continue reading
I’ve decided to award the “It’s all about me!” award to people I see that are deliberately oblivious to others around them. The latest winner of the “It’s all about me!” award goes to the parent in the red jacket.. … Continue reading
I was sitting outside the Uptown Cafe in Oxford, Ohio this morning, drinking coffee, watching the sights… and this 20-something unlocked his bike from the meter and asked me if I was with Vanguard (my free computer bag had the … Continue reading