October 17, 2013

At the Blue Collar Café...

Shepherd/Beagle

... come on in and talk about what you want.

27 comments:

Ann Althouse said...

I think that's the new face that should replace "sparrow face" for 2014.

I know it's impossible to do as a selfie, but get your friends to photograph you looking back over your right shoulder, mouth open in eagerness and one bright eye showing.

traditionalguy said...

He is on ready for a throw and go blitzkreig. German Shepherds uber alles.

Ann Althouse said...

Part German Shepherd, part ???

Ann Althouse said...

Can you guess?

It's a specific, very well-known breed.

lemondog said...

Malamute?

...looking back over your right shoulder, mouth open in eagerness and one bright eye showing.

It is that turn of the ear that would give most of us difficulty.

phx said...

Part lab.

ALP said...

How many acres is this dog park? It looks huge!

There is nothing like a visit to a dog park to lighten one's mood when needed.

Almost Ali said...

Words: What’s in a name?

Clarissa de Lune

The Outlaw Joseph Wales

F. Chuckles Todd

Charlie Rose-Peddle

Beethoven’s 55th

Basilimo Rathbone

Morganis. $tanley.

Barry Bolero

Nancy Belagosi

Lexodus

Idler On The Roof

Harder Lights

City of Angles

Fairly Instant Pundit

Will Cate said...

That look *exactly* like my dog. Uncanny.

Ann Althouse said...

I think it's 40 acres.

David said...

Hard to tell about the other half. I'm guessing Husky because of the face but the coat does not have any Husky in it.

David said...

It's a 40 Acre Dog. I knew it!

Ann Althouse said...

The other half is beagle.

Will Cate said...

Mine's a Husky/Lab mix.

WestVirginiaRebel said...

German shepherds say, "Today the park, tomorrow the world!"

Bob Ellison said...

Of what use is Ross Douthat?

Almost Ali said...

I see, the humans don't want to play. And I thought "Nancy Belagosi" would be like throwing a ball to Zeus.

somefeller said...

Of what use is Ross Douthat?

You tell us, Bob. You're a fountain of wisdom and ace political analysis, after all.

Broomhandle said...

I've never tried to learn to play a musical instrument but I've decided to give the banjo a shot at the age of 53. Not sure why I've chosen the banjo as I have no particular love for country or bluegrass. I think I have an indefinite nostalgia for an agrarian past that I've never really experienced (and probably never really existed).

NotquiteunBuckley said...

The one single time I was about to rejoice in my forced purchase of the 4th gen Ipad was when I clicked on "show image" to view the little rascal turd and was lead to a page which contained the answer to the posed previously question.

Then I read extended comments and the answer Beagle had been revealed already.

So this 4th gen sucks. Doesn't allow me to be me.

I GOTS TO BE ME.

El Pollo Raylan said...

Broomhandle said...
I've never tried to learn to play a musical instrument but I've decided to give the banjo a shot at the age of 53.

Open G tuning--what's not to like? You can always riff on RS songs. Be sure to learn some Scruggs rolls. They are very soothing to play, but maybe not so much to listen to.

NotquiteunBuckley said...

I looked down on S. King. Because he wrote "full auto" with regards to a 1911 which is semi.

I wrote "click" but I touched the Ipad.

I didn't click (with) no one or nothing.

But by God I know S.King was wrong there.

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Robert Cook said...

That dog looks so happy!

lemondog said...

Ebay listed and sold after 17 bids Half-Chewed Cole Haan Wingtip by Emerging Canine Artist, Left Shoe, Size 11.5D for $378

Item condition: Pre-owned
“This piece of art is finished as the artist intended, with approximately one-third of the shoe ”


Artist name is Jack. Will stay alert for more bits and pieces created by this new sensitive 21st Century artist.

lemondog said...

Orginial Ebay listing of half chewed shoe.

David Davenport said...

To: instapundit

Regarding:

MICHAEL BARONE: Washington Is Partisan: Get Used To It. “America’s Midcentury Moment was just that ... The Midcentury Moment emerged as the result of three unexpected developments, two of them unwelcome—depression, war, postwar prosperity—and was communicated through the language of an unusually vivid and unusually universal popular culture. ...


Mr. Barone is a renowned expert on American history. It's funny that he failed to say that immigration into the USA was restricted from 1926 through 1965. 1926 through 1965 ... wasn't that part of America’s Midcentury zenith? An "unusually universal popular culture"? Why was America like that back then? What a big mystery.

--- David Davenport