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Post-Game Analysis


April 9th, 2010 Posted 7:58 am

“How did the talk go last night?” Admin asks Spence.

“No one threw anything at me.”

“Always a good sign.”

“You know that expression FAQ?” says Spence.

“Yeah,” says Admin. “And I hate it.”

“Guess what the leading FAQ is at these talks?”

“‘How much longer?'”

“Nope. It’s where’s Chet?”

Where’s Chet? Is that what I just heard? I’m right here, lying under the desk, working on a nice new chew toy, in fact one I found out about from a buddy of mine name of Frodo. What I’m wondering is – where are we on the Colonel Bob case?

Admin World Series repick: Twins vs. Phillies.

More Post-Game Analysis:

“I told the pre-school story,” Spence says.

“Not again,” says Admin.

“And the archaic telephone thing.”

“Good grief.”


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Go, Oscar!

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July 25th, 2009 Posted 7:51 am

“Here’s a story,” Bernie says, gazing at the computer screen. There’s been a bit too much of that lately, just my opinion. “This Saint Bernard, somewhere near Boston, I think, got abandoned and lived off the land for a while. When the police found him he’d forgotten lots of dog things.”


“For example,” Bernie says, “he seemed to be unfamiliar with dog toys – if you threw a ball he just stood there.”

So? I’ve done that once or twice – kind of a trick of my own that I sometimes play on humans. Never Bernie, of course.

“Now he’s living with a nice family west of Boston,” Bernie says. “They call him Oscar. Good name! Here’s to happy endings.”

And why not happy starts, too? And also happy in-betweens.


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