Wednesday Whimsy Dogs

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In honor of my favorite Super Bowl commercial – the Budweiser puppy tale – I’m devoting this week’s Whimsy to dogs. And me being a cat person no less LOL!

???????????????????????????????The Victorians used all kinds of dog breeds in their advertising cards, usually ???????????????????????????????accompanying or playing with children, but not always.

“Dogs are better than human beings because they know but do not tell.” Emily Dickinson

“Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.” Robert A. Heinlein

“I’m an introvert… I love being by myself, love being outdoors, love taking a long walk with my dogs and looking at the trees, flowers, the sky.” Audrey Hepburn

Uh oh =>”I visualize a time when we will be to robots what dogs are to humans, and I’m rooting for the machines.” Claude Shannon (the “Father of Information Theory”)

???????????????????????????????“Dogs and philosophers do the greatest good and get the fewest ???????????????????????????????rewards.” Diogenes (sez the philosopher LOL)

“We shall see that at which dogs howl in the dark, and that at which cats prick up their ears after midnight.” H. P. Lovecraft

“If dogs could talk it would take a lot of the fun out of owning one.” Andy Rooney

“The dogs with the loudest bark are the ones that are most afraid.” Norman Reedus

“I was a dog in a past life. Really. I’ll be walking down the street and dogs will do a sort of double take. Like, Hey, I know him.” William H. Macy

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  1. Pingback: Dogs As Victorian Era People for Wednesday Whimsy | Veronica Scott

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