|Look again. It's a Swiss bunker. See more pictures here. |
(I probably walked by one of these when I visited my sister in fall 2014.)
Welcome to my periodic round-up of things I've found online that make me smile, cry, laugh, think, shout, or drop my jaw.
And perhaps send an e-mail to a tree.
This is the single worst invention in the history of inventions. Oh, my god, can't stop laughing.
It turns out there is considerable controversy in the world of dog training. From "all-positive" to "balanced," there is plenty of jargon out there. As someone who has found (relative) success using a balanced approach, which includes tools that some people find offensive, I have to agree with Sean O'Shea's comments in this article.
So I write this to help you folks out there who are trying to make sense of this stuff. The folks who show up here after having spent tons of money and time on methods and tools that haven’t yielded any results. Those of you who have heard only horror stories about prong collars and e-collars, and how correcting your dog will create more aggression and compromise your relationship. Or those of you that have never heard about us, or trainers like us, or balanced methods and tools. People who aren’t even aware of these possibilities or options, and who end up suffering unnecessarily or putting their dogs down or re-homing them simply because they haven’t had the luxury of information.
Watch a basketball take flight.
If new parents wrote reviews of their babies. (This might be the best motivation to use contraceptive, ever.) Here's one:
Jim Gaffigan. That is all. (Here's a teaser.)