Thursday, May 04, 2006
This kennel offers TV for dogs: http://www.clubpetkennel.com/cgi-bin/vTour.pl?5. Surely, the End is near.
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Do you think that it would still be considered a sin to sabotage this place?
I cannot believe what I am seeing! I am questioning whether or not it's a good idea to bring a child into this world of ours.
It's a troubled world, but it needs good people. If you're in a position to have and support a child, go for it!
Bring a child into a TV-Free home!
I wish they made TV B Gone for dogs. Dogs have such sensitive ears. I just got a TV-B Gone for my birthday. Great gift!
But... you guys don't understand. It's a good medium to preach to dogs. "If you send us seed money, then you will be blessed with better kibble, 30, 60, or 100 bowls."
Our dog prefers an iPod.
Well, I guess we already have pet psychologists and pet psychics...
I just think they are lucky that they don't live in a culture where we eat them.
If you think that's bad, look at this story:
Round-The-Clock Baby TV Channel to Debut
"This is the first channel dedicated to babies and their parents transforming TV from its original purpose into a way for them to interact," said Sharon Rechter, BabyFirstTV's executive vice president for business development and marketing.
"The fact of life is that babies are already watching TV," she said. "That's why having BabyFirstTV is so important what we want to offer is completely safe, commercial-free and appropriate content."
"I was skeptical when I first heard about it," [Dr. Edward] McCabe said. "But I became convinced that this is a major evolution in media for kids."
By the end of 2006, Rechter said, BabyFirstTV also will be available in Spanish.
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