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Just got this reply from "Snopes"
http://www.snopes.com/critters/crusader/sharkbait.asp
undetermined?
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Give it a gentle rub. If I can't get up from my desk, I'll start believing it does.

You are a very bad man [:I]
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I was recently reading in The Times that there were some major protests at Disney Hong Kong because they had to round up several hundred stray and feral dogs and put them down before the park could be opened to the public.

I say they had it coming to them[}:)]



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Just got this reply from "Snopes"
http://www.snopes.com/critters/crusader/sharkbait.asp
undetermined?
It was not proven the dog was used for baiting, however, locals of this island have done the dded before.

The story at end has been reported in the JIR, a newspaper of the island, and created a major ordeal in Paris:
http://archives.clicanoo.com/article...echerche=clain

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What has two legs and bleeds?
Half a dog.


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What has two legs and bleeds?
Half a dog.
That only works if you cut the dog in the saggital and transverse planes.
You should try to cut the dog in the frontal plane and you'll end up with two bleeding halves, one with four legs, one with none.

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Give it a gentle rub. If I can't get up from my desk, I'll start believing it does.
You are a very bad man [:I]
I prefer the scientific method.

Now I don't know if the deed was accomplished through the doll, or you talking dirty to me!

Either way, thanks!

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What has two legs and bleeds?
Half a dog.
Maybe in YOUR kitchen, not in mine.
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That only works if you cut the dog in the saggital and transverse planes.
You should try to cut the dog in the frontal plane and you'll end up with two bleeding halves, one with four legs, one with none.
That post is offensive [:(!]

Are you a dog lover? Are your Mother, Father or Grandparents dog lovers?

You and TK are obviously dogists.
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That only works if you cut the dog in the saggital and transverse planes.
You should try to cut the dog in the frontal plane and you'll end up with two bleeding halves, one with four legs, one with none.
That post is offensive [:(!]

Are you a dog lover? Are your Mother, Father or Grandparents dog lovers?

You and TK are obviously dogists.
I do love dogs. I am currently owned by a couple of boxers.

Forgive me for splitting doggy hairs with TK. I was trying to introduce him to alternatve anatomical sections, purely for the scientific value of the exercise, and to point out that the assumption that all sections would have two legs is incorrect.

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