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guard dog extremism

I can understand a shop having one guard dog or perhaps even two. But this really takes the biscuit.




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On Tuesday, 31 October, 2006, Blogger Invader Stu said:

It's a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's new movie; The Dogs  



On Tuesday, 31 October, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said:

In an earthquake they could literally have a case of raining (cats and) dogs!  



On Wednesday, 01 November, 2006, Blogger Will said:

Life's a bitch.  



On Friday, 03 November, 2006, Blogger yaezakura said:

How meny dogs does it have?

Maybe one hundred and one?  



On Saturday, 04 November, 2006, Anonymous Garrett said:

101 RCA Victor HMV dogs. Wouldn't it be ironic if, after all that advertising, they had a Sony TV inside the shop?  



On Sunday, 05 November, 2006, Blogger Amy said:

Wow, it's almost like all those crazy reindeer and santa sleighs starting to appear on people's roofs. But dogs instead. Maybe the Japanese celebrate the Festive Season a little more unconventionally.  



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