Gee, according to “101 Dalmations” all that barking is their communication network.
What a nasty racist mind you have.
If you have noise ordinances in your area, call animal control or the police. Otherwise, just complaining to the neighbor. If he is conscientious he will do what he can to shut the dog up. If not, I guess you are SOL.
April was born on 4/1/91 and the strip was discontinued in August of 2008. So she was only 17 the last time we saw her.
We lived in an apartment for a short period of time that had a noisy refrigerator. The darn thing sounded like a duck quacking every time the motor shut off. The landlord told us that the GE technician said the newer refrigerators just do that because they aren’t very well made. Funny, my new fridge in my current home doesn’t do that.
We too gave away a dog because of incessant barking. His problem was he hated jet aircraft. Even if we couldn’t hear them, he could and would bark at them to keep them out of his yard. From his point of view, it worked.
That and you can read ahead here on GoComics by going back to the original publishing dates. I don’t recommend it to anyone who doesn’t like spoilers.
Good morning, Vagabonds.
It’s a typical Thursday around here. Not much on the agenda, not even grocery shopping.
I finally figured out how to use Google docs to help edit documents for the HOA board. All they needed to do was send the invitation to my gmail account instead of yahoo.
We watched a couple of episodes of “Agatha Christie’s Poirot” last night. David Suchet does such a great job as the detective. We are both big fans and have the complete set on DVD. We watched “Murder in Mesopotamia” and “Evil Under the Sun” (Neither of which mean a thing if you aren’t a Poirot fan.)
It is starting to get too hot for the cats’ comfort outside, so today they came back into the house before 11 AM. Yesterday they waited until almost 3 PM, but it was cooler. Today is supposed to get up to almost 100. I’ll turn on the AC soon.
Everyone have a blessed day.
My mom had one of those, and for the same reason. She loved it! (And Dad put it together for her. He was an electrical engineer but also a tinkerer.)
Judge Parker “What have you done to us?” Go ahead, Randy. Blame April for the illegal actions of the CIA on US soil.
Mary Worth Ashlee is happy and upbeat, as long as she gets her own way. Reminds me of a “snowflake”.
Phantom Heloise is actually acting a lot like Ashlee in this “adventure”. She went ahead and did what SHE wanted instead of following what she knew were her Dad’s rules. Now she’s endangering her brother. (Which she admitted she knows back when she started the letter.)
Funky Don’t we all wish it were that easy.