Friday, February 17, 2012


What happens, when the people who don't get to choose whether they love or hate you, can just no longer be bothered?

Monday, February 13, 2012

14 day challenge.

So I've got nothing on for the next 2 weeks. Work is really quiet, so they've asked me not to come in for a bit. Not like I was there much anyway, but that's another story...

So I thought I'd do something productive. Thought I'd try to drop a dress size.

Day 1 summary;
7 dim sims for lunch
No gym visit.


Friday, February 10, 2012

The reality of dog attacks

Denver TV Anchor bitten on face by just rescued dog

Please take a moment to read the short article, and watch the 30 second video.

This seriously shits me!!!!

Knowing animal behaviour, tThe dog gave her a brief (but very serious) warning, and the 'attack' was nothing but a warning nip. If it had been a full fledged attack, the owner would not have been able to pull the dog off. Indeed, as soon as he had been removed from the woman, he stopped moving, submitting totally to his owner. In fact, his owner even put his hand directly on the mouth of this apparently vicious dog!  Who the fuck goes to kiss a unknown dog in the face anyway! Especially in a stressful environment like a TV set?

Whats worse, is that the media are portraying this as an unprovoked attack. Gary Shapiro, co-host of the show, even wrote "...At the very end of the segment, Max snapped at Kyle for whatever reason and got some of her lip"

And now that dog, after all he's been through, will have to be removed from his owner for 10 days and quarantined (more stress). And his owner will have to go to court to face 3 charges over the attack, and not having control of his dog. Looked like he had brilliant control in that video to me. In fact, having the dog on a leash would have done nothing to stop the nip, and would have taken longer for him to returned to his owner.

This is not the dogs fault, its the womans ignorance.

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Oops, I did it again

When I was younger, we had a dog thatp was diabetic. In that, when she ate chocolate, about half an hour later, she would lose the ability to control her bladder.

But she was a sneaky bitch, so you would only find out she had discovered chocolates when you would get a warm, wet feeling as she was laying on your lap. Note; that warm, wet feeling was NOT self generated.

Anyway, when she lost control of her bladder, age would give you about 2 seconds notice. She would suddenly look up at you, with a pained, apologetic look on her face. It was, very clearly, '<i>I'm sorry, can't help it, please don't be mad :(</i>'

And we weren't. Right from the start, we knew it was accidental. She was very well toilet trained.

Well, tonight I was giving those looks to my sister. I'd had my first gym session in 2 weeks. 1 week heat wave, and then 1 week recovering from needing an ambulance ride. Well, since the ambulance ride, I've been dehydrated and my digestion has been upset.

And I had GAS!!! I was taking to my sister, and I'd drop a big one. And I'd apologise. Then a minute later, do it again. Her eyes were watering, and she covered her face before she left the kitchen.

At least I didn't go down to her room to have a chat :/