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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: “WHERE OLD GHOSTS MEET” December 6, 2013

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Perhaps I am not alone, but normally I think I can see what is in front of me. And I have some photos to conclude the case. Right?

Of course it is a species perception. Dexter and Hannah may apprehend something else, more often than not in ways more acutely than I do. It was Hannah that sensed the snake and had it in her mouth before tossing it away. It was a small snake and I couldn’t see any snake bites. So I might have to keep her on the lead – at least for summer. With a tiger snake she would not have been as lucky, although I don’t support killing snakes on sight, even if they are venomous. The past returns to haunt me,if momentarily – although Theodore deserves better.

If human beings have any superiority it might lie in foresight and the capacity for compassion, although animals often display kindness to others and other species. Humans almost always, demonstrating our social existence, imprisoned in the prism of a cultural paradigm. What we make of what we see can be blind to reality. Homer was blind. Art is a individual frame of perception.

There are all these instructions as to how we are supposed to treat dogs as dogs. I don’t obey the rules. So Dexter and Hannah must be mentally unstable. Here are some photos to demonstrate their states of mind:

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Although at one level it is a sad song, Mark Knopfler in several ways does more with Raglan Road, including having a bousouki player (Donal Lunny) in the band for “Raglan Road”:

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Friday Ark may be sailing this week. It wasn’t last week. We will try to board and enter the right compartment for canines – and related species, excluding humans.

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Picasa made it possible to organize the photos.

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