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This stuff is for people who:
A- Have way to much time on their hands.
B- Way to obsessed with their pets.
C- to lazy to feed them every day.
D- All of the above.
Sorry none of that crap above is for me. If I want to entertain my dog, I give him a stuffed animal and watch the pieces go flying. If I want to entertain the Parrot, I put South Park on the TV. Some one tries to take either one I have a Glock 21 they have to get past first. Easy enough.
What on earth does this article possibly have to do with "money"?
Enquiring minds DO NOT want to know this crap!!!
"Allow a dog to Tweet"....?
C'mon....really? How much dumber can this country get.....?
He would find all of the good "doggie style" sites and I would be BROKE
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