“Chat” Conversation in an online poker room about three years ago
Me: “She probably has “Dial-Up”
Me: My dog Willy died this morning
JanetReno1: Ohhhhhh, how sorry I am for you
JudyMN72: That’s too bad….How old was he?
CanuckLver: What kind of dog was he?
Me: Willy was 17 years old, one of those Lhasa Apso’s, had him since he was a puppy
JanetReno1: Are you bullshitting us? I don’t think dogs live that long
CanuckLver: Some breeds live a long time. My grandmother had one of those Lhasa’s, and she lived for 14 years. I guess 17 might be the record, ehh?
Me: Willy and I were inseparable. Ever since he was a puppy, he rode in the car with me and went everywhere I went
JanetReno1: My heart goes out to you. How big a dog was he?
Me: Not quite a lap dog, but he was small enough to get comfortable on your lap. He weighed about 25 pounds when the Vet weighed him this afternoon
CanuckLver: zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, hurry the fuck up lady!
JudyMN72: Whaaa? Did you have an autopsy done?
Me: Dr. Gulbransen, the Veterinarian had been seeing Willy for darn near 10 years. One time, along time ago, he asked if I would be interested in donating Willy’s body to science, i. e., he wanted to study Willy’s brain as part of a University grant he had to study aging in dogs, and specifically, why breeds like Lhasa’s live so long
JudyMN72: So, you donated Willy’s body, and the Vet cut him up to look at his brain
Me: Yeah, it was cheaper than a doggie funeral
CanuckLver: So, you have us all in suspense now…..
JanetReno1: Yes, tell us, did Willy just die of “Old Age”?…………NH
Me: So, anyway, this morning I had to stop at my dealers place to pick up some weed. It was my first time to see where/how he lived. Prior purchases were always done at the Fry’s parking lot on 91st and Olive
CanuckLver: So what’s that gotta do with your dog dying, c’mon…..
Me: My dealer, “Hay-Zeus” (Jesus) raised Pit Bulls, and Willy got outa my truck and walked with me up to the front door. Willy could hear the barking out in the backyard as we walked up the walkway to the front door.
Me: Hay-Zeus opened the door, I asked if it was OK to bring Willy in, and he said sure, don’t worry, my dogs are polite……and trained well. I bought a couple of ounces, and Hay-Zeus took us out to the backyard to meet his dogs.
JudyMN72: Shit! I think I can see where this is going. Did his Pit Bulls kill Willy?
Me: Not exactly
JudyMN72: So what happened? You said he didn’t die of old age
Me: Well, it’s really sorta unusual, the way Willy died. “Sally”, one of Hay-Zeus’s female Pit Bulls was in heat.
CanuckLver: LOL. I can see where it’s going now….
Me: Although Willy was 17 years old, sorta senile, and terribly arthritic, blind in one eye, he could still get a woody. It happened so quick, that all Hay-Zeus and I could do was stand there and watch.
Me: Anyway, for a small dog, Willy had a big dick. His little red rocket was huge. He and Sally hooked up immediately. She “acted” surprised, (probably at the size of Willy’s pecker), and started spinning around and around and around, almost like chasing her tail. I think she was trying to shake Willy off. They were stuck.
Me: Going around and around in a tight circle, Sally the Pit Bull getting fucked by Willy the Lhasa Apso, around and around, Hay-Zeus says, “maybe I get the hose?”.
Me: Anyway, they spun in a circle so fast, still “attached”, that all the blood had drained from Willy’s brain for a minute. As soon as Hay-Zeus introduced the two dogs to the hose, they were free and stopped in their tracks. For Willy, he stopped DEAD in his tracks, cause the Vet said the flowing of the blood back into the brain caused his stroke. The stroke was a major one. Willy just looked up at me, closed his eyes, and dropped dead. Yes, Willy was a good friend. I’m glad he died with his boots on. Wonder what the puppies are going to look like. I think the Vet cut Willy’s dick off and put it in a jar of formaldehyde. Odd?
P.S. I won the game
For my faithful readers that are aware that I’m finally working on “The Dead Armadillo” story, I will be posting updates as a PDF file on every new post on this website/blog. Here’s the latest of “The Dead Armadillo”.
Here, for your viewing pleasure, is a recent documentary titled, “The World is My Country” Produced and directed by my friend Arthur Kanegis, this documentary is about the courage and beliefs of Garry Davis, who after serving as part of a U. S. bomber crew during World War Two, recognized the insane futility of wars in general, and gave up his U. S. citizenship, becoming the first person to declare the “World” as his “Country”.
You will be touched and hopefully inspired as well, as it is a film of hope and vision. it is well worth your effort. Please share.
Peace & Abide, La paz y la morada, السلام والالتزام , שלום ושמירה, Paix et Demeure, Խաղաղությունը եւ մնալը, Мир и пребывание,, 平和と遵守, 和平與恪守, Aştî û Abad, صلح و عبید, Fred och Abide, Kapayapaan at Patuloy, Frieden und Bleiben, Mir i Ostanite, शांति और निवास, Hòa bình và ở lại, Мир и Абиде, שלום און בלייַבן, สันติภาพและการปฏิบัติ, Mir in bivanje,
Yadhum oore yaavarum kelir, “The World Is One Family”
Dr. T. C. Saxe, DD, RSISHE
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