Let Slip the Dogs of Early Christmas Dinner

Thou art the ruins of the noblest man …

Huh, it looks like my neighbor moved out in the middle of the night and abandoned his dog.

Poor guy, guess I’ll have to feed him. Hope he likes cat food.

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  1. Are you sure he moved out or just wasn’t feeding him?

    That sure don’t look like the what’s left of the mail person, they wear better more durable shoes than that.

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  2. Gerry D:
    Are you sure he moved out or just wasn’t feeding him?

    That sure don’t look like the what’s left of the mail person, they wear better more durable shoes than that.

    Probably just some jogger who strayed too close.

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  3. Ace Fungo:
    Thou art the ruins of the noblest man …

    Huh, it looks like my neighbor moved out in the middle of the night and abandoned his dog.

    Poor guy, guess I’ll have to feed him. Hope he likes cat food.

    @Ace, did you put that sneaker on that cow bone?  It is giving me a headache.  Tell me you took it off!

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  4. jzdro:

    Ace Fungo:
    Thou art the ruins of the noblest man …

    Huh, it looks like my neighbor moved out in the middle of the night and abandoned his dog.

    Poor guy, guess I’ll have to feed him. Hope he likes cat food.

    @Ace, did you put that sneaker on that cow bone?  It is giving me a headache.  Tell me you took it off!

    Can you tell that is a cow bone, jzdro?  If so I am beginning to think, Ace works for CNN. He might be Jim Acosta for all I know.

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  5. 10 Cents:

    Can you tell that is a cow bone, jzdro?

    Hi 10 Cents.  That is a right femur of a rather small, for market, steer or heifer or bull.  We are looking at the cranial aspect, as if we were standing face-to-face with the animal.  To the right we see the patellar groove, where the kneecap bone slides up and down over the joint between femur and tibia.  Hidden the the sneaker is the proximal end of the femur, the head, where is the ball of the ball-and-socket joint with the hip bone.

     

    If so I am beginning to think, Ace works for CNN. He might be Jim Acosta for all I know.

    Don’t worry; be happy.  Jim Acosta would have put up a photo of himself.

    I hope @Ace has a nice time with his new friend.

     

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  6. jzdro:
    Don’t worry; be happy.  Jim Acosta would have put up a photo of himself.

    Would that it were Acosta’s femur. Alas, I can’t take credit for this bit of creative photojournalism; I swiped it from some commenter on the American Greatness site (Internet rules: once on line, what’s yours is mine.)

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