Boring nerds for a boring economy
All this time I thought it was a racoon getting into my chicken house. Now I'm not so sure . . .
Brilliant and truly entertaining...thanks for sharing this.... :)
Amazing! That is a driven dog! My two Italian Greyhounds are not so resourceful. I have a fence they can easily jump, but they don't know it. Shhhh.
It's SUPERBEAGLE!Thanks Bonddad, that made my day!
What a skunker! How long did you have to chase your little darlin' afterwards? Beagles rock!
I like the spectators, watching it.
He's a Houdini dog!Hmmm... a Houdoggie?
Well, he seemed boxed in but he was, in short order, able to develop a plan to end his predicament. How is he in regard to financials?
This is a financial controlled demolition ! like 911http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev4nt3RRivk&eurl=http://stefzucconi.blogspot.com/Afshin Rattansi in Tehran talks to Max Keiser in Paris about the end of Wall Street, dollars and toilet paper - and Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs no longer being investment banks.
Bonddad, kudos to your better half's pup. I'm inspired to review security in my 3 dogs' dog area! Thanks for a great video, which I'm sure is a metaphor for how we can survive this economic crisis.
Animal will power. My feline is pretty much the same, but I must give maximum kudos to this pup. Mainly, my feline is able to resist human resistance to her antics. Read Donna Haraway's latest books about companion species.I bow to your superior companion.
AMAZING. This dog should be authoring the bailout plan!!!
Did the little pup bust out all the others? That would be awesome!
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