When I meet a person and somehow learn they don't like puppy breath, I have an innate level of distrust for them.
We are mammals, you and I. So are dogs, cats, ferrets and even our rats.
Have you heard of dihydrogen monoxide? It's in tons of products from soft drinks to bug sprays and even in baby food. It's one of the most caustic substances known to man and will eventually break down metal or rock if left in contact long enough.
Your pet's mouth is full of bacteria. Just like yours.
When I was about 12, Jake "the Snake" Roberts was a scary, scary man. His finishing move, the DDT, was the most devastating maneuver in professional wrestling. He would tuck your neck under his arm, then drive your forehead into the mat.
My dog is immune to the figure-four leg lock.
My son is 7 years old. He loves science and is very curious about the world.
I'm a philosopher. So are you. Our philosophies may differ, but they are there, nonetheless.
"What is your favorite breed?"
Daddy's Little Princess. Bouncing Baby Boy. Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers.
If you or someone you know has diabetes, that's no surprise. But did you know cats are susceptible to diabetes, too?
I recently enjoyed a day of whitewater rafting near Clayton.
The following is a true story. Names have been omitted to protect the innocent, as well as the less-than-innocent.
The time is nigh and fantasy football approaches!
An eponymous disease is a disease named after someone. Names tend to be known better than the scientifically descriptive name and are usually the way physicians refer to the disease when talking with patients or clients. Thus, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
One of my favorite quotes is from the 1990s. "Snoop Doggy Dogg. Need to get a jobby job."
I don't play college football. I am the size of a smaller linebacker, but have the speed of an elderly penguin. So I am one of the many fans who puts my heart into it then complains when what I'd hoped for doesn't happen.
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