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Sometimes things make sense ...
#1
and sometimes they don't ...

An author by the name of Jerome K Jerome (whose parents should be shot!) wrote a book entitled "Three Men in a Boat" which begins ... "There were four of us ... "

And I thought *I* was having a bad day!
We live by each other and for each other. Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.
-- Helen Keller
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#2
actually...it's rather intriguing...if there were initially four of them...and then there were three (possibly an agatha christie wannabe?) ...what happened to the fourth guy?...i smell suspense in the air...or maybe leftover kfc...either way...
"If I thought my answer were given to anyone who would ever return to the world, this flame would stand still without moving any further. But since never from this abyss has anyone ever returned alive, if what I hear is true, without fear of infamy I answer you.
- Dante "The Inferno"
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#3
Actually the fourth was an imaginary dog ... now that I can relate with ....
We live by each other and for each other. Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.
-- Helen Keller
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#4
Are you trying to tell us that all your stories and photos over the years have been of your imaginary dogs?!
“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.” ~ Seneca
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#5
<< laughing >> Not at all, most of my dogs have been very real!  The only time they're imaginary to me is when I'm thinking back on the dogs I've had in my life in the past.
I just found it really funny, quixotically funny, that the fourth "person" in the boat was not only a dog but an imaginary dog.  I've been places where the company of a canine companion would have made the situation more enjoyable - but never to the extreme of creating an imaginary one.
We live by each other and for each other. Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.
-- Helen Keller
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