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    Quote Originally posted by natski View post
    Introducing Miss Figgy the cat!

    Here you go Natski! Ms. Figgy is so cute

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    Quote Originally posted by kjelsadek View post
    Here you go Natski! Ms. Figgy is so cute
    Thanks! It worked when i previewed it and i didnt double check it! thanks!!!
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    What a cutie, natski!

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    Very cute! I love her little face markings.

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    Great color and nice little white paws
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    You do realize that it is not a dog? Never-the-less, she is cute.
    Anyone want to adopt a dog?

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    Quote Originally posted by Cardinal View post
    You do realize that it is not a dog? Never-the-less, she is cute.
    Yes well the meowing instead of woofing gave that away
    I am not at home enough to have a dog, plus i dont have a side or front fence to keep one in- so i went for a very good alternative. She is delightful, but i have left her home alone today and i am worried about her!
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    Quote Originally posted by natski View post
    Yes well the meowing instead of woofing gave that away
    I am not at home enough to have a dog, plus i dont have a side or front fence to keep one in- so i went for a very good alternative. She is delightful, but i have left her home alone today and i am worried about her!
    Dogs should be allowed in the workplace. Right now, working from home, that is no problem. In fact, Luke, my new intern, will even travel with me when I am working on projects (which are often several states away). He enjoys the field work. When we grow large enough to have an office I will welcome dogs as long as they get along with everyone else's. Can I make dog guardianship a requirement of employment?
    Anyone want to adopt a dog?

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    Quote Originally posted by Cardinal View post
    Dogs should be allowed in the workplace. Right now, working from home, that is no problem. In fact, Luke, my new intern, will even travel with me when I am working on projects (which are often several states away). He enjoys the field work. When we grow large enough to have an office I will welcome dogs as long as they get along with everyone else's. Can I make dog guardianship a requirement of employment?
    I agree i love having pets around- but your not guaranteed of each ones temperament and there will be someone that is allergic to dogs and cats as well.
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    Awwwwwwwwwww ...
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    Quote Originally posted by Cardinal View post
    Dogs should be allowed in the workplace. Right now, working from home, that is no problem. In fact, Luke, my new intern, will even travel with me when I am working on projects (which are often several states away). He enjoys the field work. When we grow large enough to have an office I will welcome dogs as long as they get along with everyone else's. Can I make dog guardianship a requirement of employment?
    I, and other employees, have occasionally brought their dogs into work. It really does improve office moral. Last week the Mayor brought in his two little doggies. It was pretty cute to see them following him around the office like the rest of his minions.

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    TexanOkie had fun with Guinness and Bailey. Unfortunately, the building clerk and one of the building inspectors didn't much care for dogs.
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    My dog is getting his ears cleaned out today.
    Hopefully he will regain some of his hearing. So maybe he will stop his screaming.
    It is all a matter of perspective!!!

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    Quote Originally posted by natski View post
    I agree i love having pets around- but your not guaranteed of each ones temperament and there will be someone that is allergic to dogs and cats as well.
    I tried to bring my pet to the office once. It did not go over very well. It turns out badgers are very defensive and mean!
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    Every few weeks or so there will be a random dog of one of our staff members in our office. I always love it and I have never heard any complaints. My favorite was when somebody brought in an Irish Wolfhound every morning for about a week. It was very well behaved so we started letting it leave the cube and roam around as it wanted. It was great to see the reactions on people's faces who didn't work on our floor but decided to cut through and out would come this very large, slightly spooky looking dog.
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    Quote Originally posted by dandy_warhol View post
    Very cute! I love her little face markings.
    They match! Nat and the cat... blond hair on a black shirt. Very cute. Both of 'em!
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    Fresh From The Oven

    First grandchild, Ethan James ofos came to the ofos family last night.

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    ^^ Congratulations Grandpa ofos!
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    Congratulations Grandpa ofos!!
    It is all a matter of perspective!!!

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    Congrats Gpa! I find it amazing that they swaddle babies in the same sheets no matter what hospital in the US you are at...
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    Congrats again

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    Congrats Ofos!

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    Congrats, old man!!
    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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    Congrats, guess this really does make you an old fart doesn't grandpa
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    Thanks everybody!

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    Congrats Gpa! I find it amazing that they swaddle babies in the same sheets no matter what hospital in the US you are at...
    My first thought was that my daughter-in-law had given birth to a terrorist.

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    Congrats, guess this really does make you an old fart doesn't grandpa
    Better to be an old fart than a sh!thead. No offense intended.
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