Flattered, but I I wouldn’t go that far. The greatest moment in TV history is obviously the time Jessie took too many caffeine pills on SAVED BY THE BELL, followed by the first moon landing, followed by that time on STUDIO 60 ON THE SUNSET STRIP when they had that smart conversation about humor while walking. Then this.
literally the greatest moment in television history?
Brilliant. Never, ever don’t follow PFT’s tumblr!
All I wanted to do was just hang out here on weekends, just to unwind and chill out— watch a dog get neutered, a kitten take a pill. Maybe see a hamster get thrown in the trash. Then one day this guy said, Hey, wanna try something wild? Well, he took me to a different animal hospital, a much more intense one, and it. Was. A RUSH. Have you ever seen a rhino get a tonsillectomy? Ever seen a giraffe hooked up to a dialysis machine? Man, it’s like nothing else. Now I need more and more and I’m out of control. I’m watching crocodiles get skin tags removed like 5, 6 times a day. Oops! Somehow I died from this? Now I’m in heaven with all the trash-can hamsters! LEARN FROM MY MISTAKES, KIDS!
“Take a still from a multi-million dollar animated film that required thousands of man-hours to create and replicate it in Maya in 30 minutes”
Someone’s gotta take on the big issues.
Dog sports are activities that involve dogs.
There is much discussion about what exactly defines a sport for dogs. Some issues are:
- Must a sport be entertaining to watch?
So many unanswered questions here, but I’ll start with this: why the “x” bandage on Porky’s upper thigh?
Vintage Comic - Looney Tunes #005 (CGC)
“He’s charming. He serenades me. With a banjo!”
“He’s a CRUSTACEAN.”
“So I always wear strange green outfits. We all have our things, our weird things.”
“The Serenade” by B. Wennerberg, 1914
I’d tell small groups and individuals to disperse, too. My advice, always, to anyone about anything: disperse.
“If you could give one pice of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?”
“Disperse. If you’re in a group, you’re a target.”