July 20, 2009

Good morning.

Let's start the day with a new dog:

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They call her Charley.

CORRECTED: Dog's name respelled.

16 comments:

NKVD said...

Good looking dog.

Scott M said...

Just to get the ball rolling...

dog=nature

Premise: there is no discernable naturally occurring morality in the environment (nature) and humans are just a product of nature, the end result of random mutation and chemical reactions.

Conclusion: All morality is artificially created and, thus, arbitrary. Therefor, given the premise, there is no such thing as a moral or immoral act.

MadisonMan said...

What's the dog smell like?

Bissage said...

Let's start the day with a new dog

. . . and a new leash on life.

bearbee said...

Her DeMille close-up?

Fox-like nose. What a cutie. Is she a rescue? Mixed lineage? Beautiful layered coloring. Who does her highlights?

ricpic said...

...a new leash on life.

Bissage, the problem is you set the bar so high that this feels like coasting.

Your ungrateful critic,
ricpic

Joan said...

Adorable.

Fred4Pres said...

Good morning!

Start your day off right!

muddimo said...

She looks skeptical.

Ralph L said...

I believe this dog has appeared in at least one science fiction movie or TV series. Was she a Mentat in Dune?

They call her Charlie.
They call him Flipper, flipper, flipper....

XWL said...

Shucks, now I'm thinking of Shelly Hack and Bobby Short...

bearbee said...

May I have your attention!

traditionalguy said...

That is a gorgeous dog.

Penny said...

I'm agreeing with Hendrix. "Foxy Lady".

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Methadras said...

Scott M said...

Just to get the ball rolling...

dog=nature

Premise: there is no discernable naturally occurring morality in the environment (nature) and humans are just a product of nature, the end result of random mutation and chemical reactions.

Conclusion: All morality is artificially created and, thus, arbitrary. Therefor, given the premise, there is no such thing as a moral or immoral act.


Thank you for the very short summary on existential anarchy.