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  1. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 4 days ago

    My dogs have a car seat and seat belts. My passenger seat shuts off the air bag because it senses the weight is too light. And my dogs all love to ride in the car seat and look out the window ~ or nap ~ or watch me.

  2. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 25 days ago

    My dogs will do anything for tuna fudge. He should try that!

  3. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 29 days ago

    Darsan54, I just bought a 3-year old “Company Car” and it’s a 6-speed manual. I LOVE it. I have driven everything from pushbutton, fluid drive, auto and manual. I love my manuals. And I love the pushbuttons too!

  4. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 29 days ago

    Thank you, Mr. Thompson, for bringing laughter and joy into a world that seems more and more at odds with itself. You will be missed.

  5. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Dog Lost about 1 month ago

    Like my little Libby, you found your way back home. So happy for you, LD. So sad for us!!!

  6. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Dog Lost about 1 month ago

    LD, we have room for one more. Come home to us.

  7. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Anyone ever hear of Extreme Ironing competitions?!?

  8. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Beardo 3 months ago

    I’ve done that ~ with a place I hadn’t worked for in years.

  9. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on Zack Hill 3 months ago

    Only my Dale can move his tail ~ because he actually has one. My other Bostons have little button tails so no wagging for them. But they all have LOTS of KISSES for me. <3

  10. 300bostons GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 3 months ago

    Hilarow, you said it best! And that rescue dog you are so proud of probably was bred by a puppy mill and you are just perpetuating that problem by “rescuing” it.