When dogs feel fundamentally positive about something or someone, their tails wag more to the right side of their rumps. When they have negative feelings, their tail wagging is biased to the left.
It suggests that the muscles in the right side of the tail reflect positive emotions while the muscles in the left side express negative ones.
Sounds like a good candidate for an Ig Nobel prize.
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And they’re not going anywhere; Mozy just landed a contract with GE to provide the Pro service to all 300,000+ employees.
I’ve been using the service for about a week and even convinced J– to try it out. If you’re thinking about trying it out, consider using this link to get me a referral. If you do use it, we each get an additional 256MB of storage space.
This was kinda funny, in the I’m Too Big of Geek Kind of Way.
I’ll issue this challenge. Anyone who’s coming to the party this weekend, donate $25 to ThinkNOLA. That’s two beers and nachos at Cambridge House.
Get your petty cash out and butter up the significant others because we’re going out on the town. The semi-annual TPC Board Advisory/excuse to drink with Dr. Sandy is on this week Friday. You don’t have to be a board member to attend (although you will have to drink with board members) to come out. We’re starting at Sazarac Lounge and maybe a trip to Cambridge House; who knows.
So polish off your weekly cartoons, write that movie review, by the kids a DVD. Just get your butt out to Sazarac at 6:30 this Friday. No photos will be taken. Well, maybe one if we get John to do that thing.
Thank God at least one television network has the balls to broadcast this stuff. Can you imagine any talking head on the Big 3 even thinking about the gun control issue in this way.
History is so old.
Link (with NSFW language)
“It’s been really hard,” Sachs said. “This potato has changed everything. I can’t explain it.”
All hail the potato! Glory be it’s starchy mercy.
Oh, wait, Marshall, MI. Never mind.
Tune in next week when Holland resident Gertrude Van Pennipinchen sees Jesus in profile in a plate of toad-in-a-hole.