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Dogs and Peanut Butter

John johnstmail at nospammingyahoo.com
Thu Jun 13 16:27:22 EST 2002


"Darrell Gerber" <nomail at nomail.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Sunny" <mashyne at facstaff.wisc.edu> wrote in message
> news:5iohgugd7bfhi7mjj69s36lfje3ko94ku3 at 4ax.com...
> > On Thu, 13 Jun 2002 11:09:23 +0100, "Melanie"
> > <melanie.mccluskey at tesco.net> wrote:
> >
> > >A couple of weeks ago I read that some town in the USA (Philadelphia?)
> had a problem with
> > >dog owners not scooping their dog's poop from public places.  The great
> minds of that town
> > >decided to spread the dog poop with peanut butter, the dogs lick the
> peanut butter off the
> > >poop, go home and lick their owner's face, and so the dog owners
realise
> what is actually
> > >being licked onto their faces, and so they learn to scoop the poop.
> >
> > How would the owners even know what is in the dog's saliva? Aren't dog
> > owners already aware that dogs lick many things far less sanitary than
> > their owner's faces? I think if the city really wants to offend the
> > dog owners, and are willing to go to all this trouble, they should
> > package it up and mail it to them via parcel post.
> >
> > This has to be the weirdest thing I have heard in a long time... try
> > to picture this scenario..... city representatives in suits and ties
> > down on their hands and knees on the sidewalk and in the parks,
> > carefully painting piles of dog poop with Skippy.  Somehow, it's like
> > a surreal scene out of a very bad comedy.
>
> And how do they ensure that the same dog that did the deed is the one that
> licks it up?  Do they follow every dog around and do it right away to make
> sure it isn't a different dog whose owner is more responsible? Sounds
> ridiculous enough that it has to be an urban legend.
>
>
>

Its not a mans place to follow around your dog and pick up his feces.  Sick
sick pathetic people.

John






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