Thursday, February 25, 2010

Pugs to Humans: Read Hebrews 13:17

obey the pugPugs Broadcast a Call to Inaction: Using the CPAC conference as a forum to broadcast their message, The Pug Club of America announced that human Pug "owners" must read and memorize Hebrews 13:17 in the Bible. While rallying the energized crowd, the group claimed that the verse is a virtual one-sentence "Ten Commandments" for any new or existing Pug owner. The verse is as follows:

"Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they watch for your souls, as they that must give account, that they may do it with joy, and not with grief: for that is unprofitable for you." Quoted from King James Bible

Although speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, (CPAC) The Pug Club of America reiterated the fact that they do not endorse any specific political parties, unless the party commits fully to an agenda of Pug World Domination.

The rousing speech was delivered in front of a 30 foot tall television screen displaying Pug propaganda, while the sound of Pugs snorting and barking was blasted intermittently to the cheering crowd, which often broke into chants of, "Obey the Pug!"

The Club also spoke of the need for a news outlet "solely dedicated to the Pug's political agenda," in order to win over the hearts and minds of the people. "The Pugs' message must reach every household, on television, the internet, and over the airwaves," they added. The group is reportedly in talks with Rupert Murdoch on how to create such an outlet.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Orangatan and Dog

Orangatan and German Shorthaired Pointer. (the first 20 seconds or so is mostly intro) If only it was this easy w/ humans of differing worldviews and backgrounds...

Friday, February 12, 2010

Family Dog Embraces New Baby

dog sitting on babyAfter realizing that the new addition to the family was receiving most of the attention, the family dog decided to move herself to a more prominent location in the room...

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Jake, a Chihuahua Mix, Wins Puppy Bowl MVP

puppy bowlPuppy Bowl VI - For the 6th year, the Puppy Bowl was broadcast on Animal Planet, providing viewers an alternative to the Super Bowl. The Puppy Bowl featured 43 rescue puppies battling it out on a miniature grid iron, fighting for the title of MVP - "Most Valuable Puppy"

The rules are similar to American football, except that the puppies use chew toys instead of a ball, and try to score a touchdown by dragging their toy across the field into the end zone. Bunny rabbit cheerleaders encourage the players, while a crew of hamsters fly in a blimp above the action... Read full story of the Puppy Bowl