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Tuesday, August 12, 2008


You can imagine my distress when I learned that Florida had invaded Georgia, the state where my cousin (Sitka) and niece (Cornelia Marie) live. My Human even has ties to Georgia because she attended Bulldog University back in the early 90's. I'd heard that some cities next to Florida had decided that they hated Georgia and wanted to be a part of Florida. The Georgia government humans told those unhappy Georgia humans that they couldn't leave the state. Then the Florida humans told the unhappy Georgians that they could be Floridians. That ticked of the Georgia Georgians and then things got really stupid. Fortunately Sitka & Cornelia Marie are fine and no where near Florida.

Obviously, I had to make a formal statement on this situation. After careful thought and consultation with my advisers, I issued this statement.

Hey! Stop being stupid!

Oh yeah, I heard that some Russian guy was causing problems in some European country. I have a message for him too:

Вы должны остановить и не быть тупоумны.


Teddy Westlife said...

I don't speak Russian but I am sure the word stupid appears in that sentence somewhere!

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

Tierre Williams said...

I think Georgia (the country) should change their name. It's confusing.

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

Well Woo'd -

As usual!

Dr. Turbo-08

Lizzy said...


I don't speak Russian either, but I'm sure you said some well deserving words there! Well done!


Shmoo said...

Being a Siberian Husky, I do speak and read Russian... heheheheeeee, I agree.


My Two Best Friends said...


You are so smart- maybe we should make you the president because you are obviously a lot smarter than the candidates!
Thor and Marco Polo

Randi Lyn said...

We need to brush up on our Russian, but we think that stupid was in there somewhere!

Woooo woo rar rar rar,
Kayla and Maebe

Lady Kaos said...

A short and simple message with a strong and pwerful meaning! Gret job!!

Fred said...

Intelligent as always! I'm from Alabama, and we were always having trouble with the Georgians AND Floridians--especially when they were mixing it up. heehee