cheney’s not all bad, he loves dogs

My friend Eric thought that he had something that was sure to lure me out of my recently announced blogging retirement today. He sent me this story about a man here in Michigan who is being charged with sodomy for having sex with his girlfriend’s dead dog. I, of course, found it interesting, but it wasn’t something that I felt compelled to blog about, however, until I noticed that the story appeared right next to a photo of a smirking Dick Cheney. Now, that, I couldn’t resist.

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4 Comments

  1. t.d. glass
    Posted February 28, 2007 at 12:50 pm | Permalink

    Mr. Cheney, according to testimony, the dog was dead for well over a week. How many times did you ‘hit it’ in the playground during that time?”

    Let the record show, your honor, that Mr. Cheney is holding up four fingers.

  2. mark
    Posted March 1, 2007 at 9:33 pm | Permalink

    Did no one find this story shocking? I can’t believe that a post on a guy fucking a dead dog in the yard of a day care center doesn’t get some kind of response for you guys. Are things really so messed up in our world that something like this could go by without comment? Is nothing shocking anymore?

  3. ol' e cross
    Posted March 2, 2007 at 7:49 am | Permalink

    I’m shocked that you’re shocked that we’re not shocked.

  4. oliva
    Posted March 2, 2007 at 9:08 am | Permalink

    actually rendered speechless . . .

    Sad, sad, sad.
    My sister adopted a sweet boy dog who had been sodomized; thankfully, he’s alive. It’s all hard to imagine, though the graphic description in this piece makes it distrubingly clear.

    I have to say I was grateful for humor–Cheney beside the article. The idea that he likes dogs, though–poor dogs.

    This is hard to mention–but many years ago I went to a KKK rally in the South. We were there to protest–it was open to the public, whereas apparently here meetings are not open. (Very scary people there.) One truly noteworthy thing was that people had brought their dogs, and the dogs were congregating at the farthest edge of the property. Many dogs, as far away from the people as they could be.

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