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Old 04-06-2011, 09:27 AM
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I don't perceive there to be any more pets here than any other city I have lived. In fact, there were far more dogs in Germany...everywhere. Dogs are allowed in restaurants, shopping malls, churches...just about anywhere, except a grocery store.

Just my perception...
Sounds like a case of your PERCEIVER not working properly.You can have that fixed at Mayo's .....thats sam mayo's in Bellview........
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Old 04-06-2011, 09:49 AM
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Sounds like a case of your PERCEIVER not working properly.You can have that fixed at Mayo's .....thats sam mayo's in Bellview........
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Where have you been? Been expecting a Fumar-ism for days now!
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I was waiting for Fumar too.

If you haven't met Fumar, his bark is worse than his bite.

But....I'm not sure of that.

He has published a Canine Cookbook, but the ingredients..........
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Sounds like a case of your PERCEIVER not working properly.You can have that fixed at Mayo's .....thats sam mayo's in Bellview........
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Old 04-06-2011, 11:13 AM
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Sounds like a case of your PERCEIVER not working properly.You can have that fixed at Mayo's .....thats sam mayo's in Bellview........
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OK, as a relatively new resident to TV, I don't know what sam mayo's is! I couldn't find anything on a Google search and didn't even find anything that would help in the Google ads after doing the searches!
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Old 04-06-2011, 12:20 PM
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Sounds like a case of your PERCEIVER not working properly.You can have that fixed at Mayo's .....thats sam mayo's in Bellview........
fumar
You might be right.... I've been to Sam's before, but the PERCEIVER adjustment is a painful process ...and expensive!

This thread has really gone to the DOGS . . .

over and out . . .
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Where have you been? Been expecting a Fumar-ism for days now!

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I was waiting for Fumar too.

If you haven't met Fumar, his bark is worse than his bite.

But....I'm not sure of that.

He has published a Canine Cookbook, but the ingredients..........

Well, girls, your comments here might explain something. I just knew I had been hearing singing off in the distance. I have been hearing it for quite a while now......

Oh where? Oh where has our Fumar gone? Oh where? Oh where could he be-e-e-e-e???.......

And I thought maybe I was imagining things. But now, I feel so much better knowing the singing could have been you two.

And about that Canine Cookbook mentioned, it was a stir-fry cookbook, titled "Wok Your Dog."

My guess is that being a savvy guy, Fumar knew he could not sell very many copies of "Wok Your Dog" on vendors' nights at the squares -- no matter how delightful the cover -- no matter that he would personally autograph each and every copy sold. Savvy Fumar surely knew that, no matter what, TV would not be the best place to market his book.

So maybe Fumar has been away on a book-signing tour.

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Old 04-06-2011, 05:53 PM
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Well, girls, your comments here might explain something. I just knew I had been hearing singing off in the distance. I have been hearing it for quite a while now......

Oh where? Oh where has our Fumar gone? Oh where? Oh where could he be-e-e-e-e???.......

And I thought maybe I was imagining things. But now, I feel so much better knowing the singing could have been you two.

And about that Canine Cookbook mentioned, it was a stir-fry cookbook, titled "Wok Your Dog."

My guess is that being a savvy guy, Fumar knew he could not sell very many copies of "Wok Your Dog" on vendors' nights at the squares -- no matter how delightful the cover -- no matter that he would personally autograph each and every copy sold. Savvy Fumar surely knew that, no matter what, TV would not be the best place to market his book.

So maybe Fumar has been away on a book-signing tour.

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Being on the road that long has to have been really ruff on him - unless, of course, he is barking mad and drooling...
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Being on the road that long has to have been really ruff on him - unless, of course, he is barking mad and drooling...
You make it sound like he's about to be put down. I think the Admins kind of frown on that kind though. The Villages Florida The Villages Florida
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I thought maybe he was off getting his rabies shots. If you were a dog, wouldn't you bite Fumar?
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Being on the road that long has to have been really ruff on him - unless, of course, he is barking mad and drooling...
Ohdearohdearohdearohdear....

Oh my goodness, Kate, you could be right. A book tour like that would be a "ruff" trip, indeed....

From B&N to B&N -- all the time thinking, "Where have all the Borders gone?"

Getting up way too early in the morning to spar with all those local talk show hosts.

Fighting his way through hordes of picket sign wielding naysayers.

Selling that book would not have been easy. Sure sounds "ruff" to me.

But now that I think about what you said about drooling madness after such a grueling trip, I really don't think we need to worry about The Great Fumar.

Something tells me that he knows all about getting a leg up on the competition.

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Ohdearohdearohdearohdear....

I really don't think we need to worry about The Great Fumar.

Something tells me that he knows all about getting a leg up on the competition.

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Yea, he'd probably collar the market.
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I love my dog, I don't love your dog. I leave my dog at home and do not take her to the Square. My dog has NO BUSINESS AT THE SQUARES. In fact NO DOG HAS BUSINESS AT THE SQUARE. I have seen many cute foo foo yummy yummy dogs carried around by owners who really seem not to understand; I also see LARGE Dogs at the Square and I can only conclude that their owners must be space cadets. Be serious! Your Dog creates a tripping hazard when walked among the crowd. DOGS HAVE NO BUSINESS AT THE SQUARE. WHEN YOUR CUTE LITTLE PUPPY GOES PEE PEE DO YOU BRING THE LYSOL AND CLEAN IT UP? NO. Do the flower beds around the Square need your cute little dogs PEE PEE? NO! Yes I love my dog. My dog is part of MY FAMILY and I am not ignorant to the point of dragging her around a crowded Square endangering other folks who may not feel as I do about my cute little lovable foo foo member of my family. I encourage anyone who trips over someone's leased or otherwise dog to initiate legal action. IGNORANCE IS NO EXCUSE.
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