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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Going To The Dogs With 425 Horsepower

As Swami was beginning to blog he glanced over his shoulder at his wood-burning flat panel TV and saw the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. They were showing a clip of last year's winner, a bull terrier named Rufus, which has to be one of the ugliest dogs there is. Swami would post a link to his photo, but he does not want to take the time to find a photo nor does he want to do five to ten for copyright infringement.

As The Swami has often mentioned, The Lovely Swamette is wonderful and wise. However, there are times when she has been able to influence Swami to make an unwise decision. Such was the case several years ago when Swamette in her wisdom convinced The Swami that he should take advantage of a late summer sale on snowblowers.

Today we had about 4-5 inches of snow topped with a hard crust of about 1-2 inches of mixed snow and ice. After getting home without too much trouble, Swami ate a delicious dinner and then went out to clear the driveway (which had also been driven over by several cars by that time).

Forty-five minutes later when Swami dragged himself back into his abode, he knew for sure that he should have bought the snowblower that was his first choice: The one with the Hemi.


At 7:44 AM, Blogger Mary said...

Regarding your last paragraph, we read that already. Or is this a trick?

Be very careful out there...

At 5:29 PM, Blogger The Swami said...

When Swami first read Mary's comment he assumed she must have "gone 'round the bend." That happens a lot to those who associate with The Swami. Then I saw that after copying and pasting a paragraph, I forgot to delete it from its original location.


At 10:13 PM, Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

You know, Swami, messing up a post is the first thing to go.

Or is it the hearing?


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