The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
I'm a different political persuasion, so I disagree, but I can see why you like him :)The greyhound/collie thing sounds AWESOME though
I laughed about the dogs until I almost fell down, DN. The collie had a VERY confused look on his face, sorta like his whole world had been turned upside down...:)
That's a pretty sweet little article. He should change his name to "Smith" or something.
I like the way the guy thinks, as well. But "have his babies?" I think NOT. Shorter: Ewwww! ;-)
YES OH YES I WANT TO HAVE HIS BABIES, OH MY AT LEAST 12 MORE HOWCOULD THIS BE POSSIBLE, OH COULD THIS BE POSSIBLE, OH LET ME DREAM ...WAIT I AM DAVID H BARLOW
Andy, in the vein of "a rose by any other name...?" It's a great article, now to have my daughter read it...! She'll like it, too. But not enough to have his babies, I'm too young to be a grandma!Buck, figuratively speaking, of course!Putz, see what I said to Buck, it applies to you as well...;)
I ain,t havin, his babies, no matter how smart he be.
METAPHORICALLY SPEAKING, Trashman.He is a pretty smart dude, though.
I liked the article. But I will not have his babies!
I guess we're just a bunch of literal readers, eh? VERY literal... when ya get right down to it. ;-)
Good thing, Tally. Like I said, I don't wanna be a grandma yet!Being literal-minded is not always a bad thing, Buck. Sometimes it is hard to see the forest for the trees, though.
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