Food for thought . . .

Well, I guess after the Baghdad Bob business, I was asking for something like this. My dog Coco has been dragged into the Air America war.


I hope this won't be considered a form of dog abuse, but after all, she's only reached the still young and tender age of nine months, and I really haven't had time to sit down and discuss either the nuances of the Air America scandal or the psychological impact that celebrity status might have on her.

Come to think of it, she's never listened to Air America, although she has heard Al Franken interviewed on another show.

Then there's the issue of the Kool-Aid product placement.

I'll have to chew on this for a while.

posted by Eric on 08.23.05 at 04:23 PM


Be forewarned. She's HOT on Madison Avenue already, and Hollywood is after her like white on rice!

Give her a year, and she'll be supporting you in a style elegant beyond your wildest dreams.

pete   ·  August 23, 2005 7:11 PM

I offered to be her manager, but now she says she's talking to a professional agent! (How he found out, I'll never know.)

Eric Scheie   ·  August 23, 2005 8:03 PM

See, right there is why I'll never get me a talking dog.

Mr. Snitch!   ·  August 24, 2005 5:57 AM

Having never listened to it nor paid much attention to it, this "Air America" (the name, the logo, the colors) still makes me think of an airline rather than a Left-Wing radio station.

These comments reminds me of that episode of "Andy Griffith" when Goober had a talking dog. The way Floyd said that: "Ahhh, a talking dog! If I had a talking dog...."

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