Thursday, January 9, 2014

Thursday goes to the dogs...

Our Nina, as a younger pup…

Seems like the world has gone to the dogs these days.  $1 million doesn't buy what it used to, but I'd find it hard to justify spending that much on renovating a dog park.  Or rather, renovating the dog park to catch up with the $2 million "North Bark" facility.  Seems like there should be an organization of people who will be using the park to take care of part of that.  It is probably easier to understand for dog-owning urban apartment dwellers.

Then there is the dog rescued about a mile off of the Florida coast.  That dog is a keeper.

This probably won't affect man's best friend, but could disrupt your GPS and cell phone.

The animal rights folks who oppose the Rhino hunt auction by the Dallas Safari Club are really going way overboard.    I understand opposition to trophy hunting in general, but the net benefit of this hunt is obvious.  Hunters tend to be some of the most ardent conservationists, but I'm not sure if the animal rights folks can see that as a reality.

Speaking of weapons….  The rapid advance of 3D Printing technology will be a game changer for a lot of manufacturing, guns included.  And an enterprising gun enthusiast made his own special "Mother Jones" edition AR-15, in response to the very-left-leaning website's article criticizing Reddit as a gun marketplace.

Just so you sleep well tonight… Al Qaeda controls more territory than ever.

It's been a rough couple of months at the Herald, but I'm not sure why they would post company press releases as news.  On second thought, maybe it beats another flu story.

Have a great night, peeps.

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