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Tania
2nd August 2011, 08:54 AM
Brian posted this under another thread. I thought I would highlight it again just in case it was missed.

http://pedigreedogsexposed.blogspot.com/2011/08/cavaliers-agony-and-agony.html (http://pedigreedogsexposed.blogspot.com/)

sunshinekisses
2nd August 2011, 04:51 PM
Brian posted this under another thread. I thought I would highlight it again just in case it was missed.


http://pedigreedogsexposed.blogspot.com/ (http://pedigreedogsexposed.blogspot.com/)

oh, she said the "f" word. :) I love that she added the story of Molly. I just makes me sad that breeders won't follow thru on breeding healthy dogs, if you say they are healthy provide the proof. I suppose it will be up to the buyers to demand it.

anniemac
2nd August 2011, 05:29 PM
oh, she said the "f" word. :) I love that she added the story of Molly. I just makes me sad that breeders won't follow thru on breeding healthy dogs, if you say they are healthy provide the proof. I suppose it will be up to the buyers to demand it.

I about said the f word to one of the people commenting that they don't see why all of the mri-ing and research is being done instead of cross breeding! Let's just stop mri and contribute to research that cavaliers and BG may have the key to find genes to help other breeds also. These are the comments I can't stand! Sorry for the rant.

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anniemac
2nd August 2011, 05:30 PM
I about said the f word to one of the people commenting that they don't see why all of the mri-ing and research is being done instead of cross breeding! Let's just stop mri and contribute to research that cavaliers and BG may have the key to find genes to help other breeds also. These are the comments I can't stand! Sorry for the rant.

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I was not being serious but without these mri's and research where would we. Be?


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RodRussell
2nd August 2011, 10:15 PM
oh, she said the "f" word. :) ...

I don't understand the "need" for saying it. I think to most readers, it is less a matter of empassioned emphasis by the writer and more a crass distraction that makes me wonder what her mother must be thinking when she reads it.

Jemima ought to be above that gutter.

anniemac
2nd August 2011, 10:52 PM
I don't understand the "need" for saying it. I think to most readers, it is less a matter of empassioned emphasis by the writer and more a crass distraction that makes me wonder what her mother must be thinking when she reads it.

Jemima ought to be above that gutter.

Rod,

A Southern lady does not use curse words. I used to say F*udge and thought I was being scandelous. I would have my mouth washed out with soap! I remember coming home from college and looking at pictures of when I was younger with my family. I said. "I used to wear some F*** uped clothes". I got in SOOOO much trouble. My stepfather said if I could say something so easily for something so not worth it, I must have a mouth of a sailor.

Another story;

My stepfather's mother who I consider my grandmother and called her Granny was a very prim and proper woman who used to teach english. I would get lessons on lay, lie, laid and lain among other correct grammer. She lived with us when I was in high school and sometimes I would forget to "watch my mouth". I was a typical teenager mad at my friend Julian. I said "Mom Julian was being so ANAL today". My mom said her heart dropped because Granny was in the room.

The next day I came home from school and Granny asked, "Anne, was Julian being anal again today". Memories...

Holly
2nd August 2011, 11:10 PM
I don't understand the "need" for saying it. I think to most readers, it is less a matter of empassioned emphasis by the writer and more a crass distraction that makes me wonder what her mother must be thinking when she reads it.

Jemima ought to be above that gutter.

I think it sounds very unprofessional. I think you can get your point across without using the F word.

sunshinekisses
3rd August 2011, 01:41 AM
Another story;

My stepfather's mother who I consider my grandmother and called her Granny was a very prim and proper woman who used to teach english. I would get lessons on lay, lie, laid and lain among other correct English. She lived with us when I was in high school and sometimes I would forget to "watch my mouth". I was a typical teenager mad at my friend Julian. I said "Mom Julian was being so ANAL today". My mom said her heart dropped because Granny was in the room.

The next day I came home from school and Granny asked, "Anne, was Julian being anal again today". Memories...

This made me laugh out loud!!! So funny...sometimes the older generation surprises us.

mommytoClaire
3rd August 2011, 05:22 AM
I don't understand the "need" for saying it. I think to most readers, it is less a matter of empassioned emphasis by the writer and more a crass distraction that makes me wonder what her mother must be thinking when she reads it.Jemima ought to be above that gutter. I'm thankful that others feel the same as I do about use of this language being more of a distraction, rather than adding to the content of the article.

RodRussell
4th August 2011, 10:03 PM
I'm thankful that others feel the same as I do about use of this language being more of a distraction, rather than adding to the content of the article.

Considering the in-fighting being posted among the comments on that blog right now, I'd prefer just the profanity.