Rubes by Leigh Rubin for December 06, 2022

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    Copy-&-Paste  6 months ago

    Leave that task in the hands of your Master… PHEW!

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    Doug K  6 months ago

    If a dog goes in the woods and no one is there to witness it there is no need to pick it up.

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    The Reader Premium Member 6 months ago

    City dogs have trouble getting back to nature.

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    EmmettWayne  6 months ago

    Wanna see the replay?

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    DM2860  6 months ago

    I have seen fights in stores like that.

    “I told you to bring the umbrella.”

    “If you wanted an umbrella, you should have brought it.”


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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 6 months ago

    Just so long as you leave it where it won’t be stepped on.. you’re fine. Besides there is no sign within 50 feet so if necessary.. you can plead ignorance.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 6 months ago

    NOW THIS, would make an excellent instant replay commercial.

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    WCraft Premium Member 6 months ago

    No worries – just pretend it is the neighbor’s yard.

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    cuzinron47  6 months ago

    Yep, not your yard, not your worry.

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  6 months ago

    At the age of 75, I am old enough to remember what it was like before dog tie-up laws were “a thing”. A lot more dogs got hit by cars, and since no summer was complete without walking barefoot in the lush green grass, a lot of kids had dog poop squishing up between their toes once or twice each summer. As the current care giver for 3 fur babies (plus over 10 more that were fosters or crossed the Rainbow Bridge), I am perfectly willing to pick up their solid waste. A few plastic bags and in some cases a rubber glove or two are no burden to pack. Less stress than worrying whether you were witnessed. Or worse, photographed and posted on your neighborhood Facebook pages.

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    gopher gofer  6 months ago

    the buddy i was visiting told me, sure, take the dog out for a walk if you like. totally forgot to bring the pooper scooper and, listening to my apology about the pooch pooping on a neighbor’s lawn, my exasperated buddy said, of course you’d let her go in a cop’s yard…

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