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Pool

Recently, a kitten found a temporary home in our house. I didn’t plan on naming him, since he was temporary. Carl thought that everyone, no matter how temporary, should have a name. With a keen eye, he examined the kitten. … Continue reading

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Pie ‘N Pi

  Carl here with a tip for those who want to buy my master’s book, The Five Names, but are short on cash. When you go to the store (probably to buy your faithful dog premium doggy biscuits) pay with … Continue reading

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What’s in the Garage?

Carl had another engagement and so wasn’t able to go with our family to a community-wide garage sale. He was, however, quite interested in our excursion. “Did you purchase any—items?” His countainance oozed anticipation. I knew where he was headed … Continue reading

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Career Change?

When Carl returned from Oregon he was himself again, seeming to have no lingering effects from his brush with delusional pride. That being said, there was something about his demeanor. I waited for Carl to say what was troubling him. … Continue reading

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Carl the Conqueror, No More?

    Hi, it’s me, Carl the Great, Carl the Conqueror, C-dog. Oh, I guess I should say simply–Carl.             While re-reading the excellent book, The Five Names, by Robert Hansen, I learned something important—along with Inkie. In chapter 7 … Continue reading

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Dog Overboard

My friends, it saddens me to report that the following message has not received Carl’s Paw Print of Approval. Bear with me and you will see why this is the case. I fear greatly for Carl. His “brain” is swelling. … Continue reading

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The Most Interesting…

The living room lights blinked on and off. The TV screen flashed to life, displaying dancing colors. A voice boomed, “He survived a nuclear explosion!” This image appeared on the screen: Another scene took the first one’s place and again … Continue reading

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