Harrison
Name:Harrison Location:United States

The Original Lovable Little Fuzzball

Here's the straight stuff.


The adventures of Harrison are true.
Try a few of his Crunchy Bites for a taste.
--Alpha Human Mom





Friday, June 21, 2013


Kibbles 'n Bits®

Just For The Record

Windows 8 sucks. AHM had to get a new laptop and for the past two weeks she's been wrestlin' to get rid of all the crap. She calls it a one-stop NSA spyin' machine.

They Say a Picture is Worth 1,000 Words...

...but in this case I don't think 10,000 could cover it.



Chicago Teachers' Union thug Karen Lewis on CPS’ failures: “When are we going to address the elephant in the room?”


Just In Time for the Summer Movie Season

Not that we go to movies. Theaters are remarkably intolerant of canine patrons even tho' they've made tons of money from our hard work. But for those who do—and who don't wanna' be surprised when horse parts show up in unexpected places—here's the website you've been waitin' for.

“Do you turn off Old Yeller before the end so you can pretend that he lived a long and happy life? Did a cute pet on a movie poster make you think it would be a fun comedy but it turned out to be a pet-with-a-terminal-illness tearjerker instead? Are you unable to enjoy the human body count in a horror movie because you're wondering whether the dog's going to kick the bucket? Have you ever Googled "Does the [dog/cat/horse/Klingon targ] die in [movie title]?"


Stupidest of Stupid Human Ideas

First time I saw this, I thought it was somethin' invented to help short canines drink outta' the toilet. Boy was I wrong.


Can You Say "Spoiled Brats?”

Can you say "cheap, greedy spoiled brats." Don't have high hopes for this "marriage."

“Kathy Mason and her boyfriend gifted a food basket to Laura (who declined to give her last name) and her bride.” [The basket was filled with] “...fancy salsas, oil, biscuits, marshmallow spread and more.” The card read “Life is delicious — enjoy!”

“Later, [Kathy received] a text from [Laura, one of the brides]— “I want to thank you for coming to the wedding Friday,” it begins.

“I’m not sure if it’s the first wedding you have been to, but for your next wedding … people give envelopes. I lost out on $200 covering you and your dates plate . … and got fluffy whip and sour patch kids in return. Just a heads-up for the future.”

From the Toronto(Canada)Star




posted by Harrison at 9:52 AM


2 Comments:

We had a worker in our office who told us how much she was spending on each guest and what she expected in return. None of us went to the wedding.

12:35 PM  
Blogger Harrison said...

Good for you! Never heard of that "tradition" before. I was taught giving money was for people too lazy to think of something else.

9:09 PM  

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