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  1. 18 days ago on Red and Rover

    Classic! Whose kid hasn’t fed unwanted food to his or her dog. The question is if the dog will actually eat it.

  2. 18 days ago on Buckles

    A rich family who would spoil him beyond his doggy dreams?

  3. 20 days ago on Baby Blues

    Mustard and mayo here!

  4. 20 days ago on Skippy

    That’s a pretty old Boy Scout uniform design. Scouts began to stop wearing bleechers starting in the late 1920s in favor of shorts or long pants. In the UK and Europe the original Boy Scout uniform was in shorts only. Some Scout Associations still have uniforms that only shorts or only long pants: Canada’s one (due to weather) is long pants only while in Latin America many countries have only a short pant version, even for older scouts such as Explorers or Rovers.

  5. 22 days ago on Buckles

    Buckles is both a pet canine and since he can talk and express himself he is a type of young boy figure for a childless couple. So we can say this is the equivalent of a little boy (adopted as a baby) who is faced with his adoptive parents adopting a new baby sister and he is no longer the center of attention.

  6. 22 days ago on Buckles

    This is cruel and inhuman. It is the equivalent of committing child abuse in a human.

  7. 25 days ago on Skippy

    Seems that “theme” parties had been a thing for a lot longer than we expected.

  8. 25 days ago on Skippy

    Europeans began bottling Spring Water since the 19th Century and in France Perrier could be bought in every corner store for a few “centimes” before WWII.

  9. 25 days ago on Buckles

    The family Labrador used to play with a kitty as a puppy, but once tried to be friendly to an strange cat, which tried to scratch him. Now he hates cats with a passion. And is permanently on the lookout for that particular feline.

  10. about 2 months ago on Skippy

    Probably XEW: 100,000 Watts and Mexico’s number one station from 1930s until well into the 1950s, “The Voice of Latin America from Mexico”. Had an amazing host of talent, the only station in Latin America above in variety was CBQ (Havana). The other radio powerhouse was Radio Belgrano (Buenos Aires, Argentina) but of course it could not be heard as far as the Northern Hemisphere. It did broadcast, however it simulcasted on Shortwave until 1937 when it became illegal for commercial stations to do so in Argentina.