More short attention spans.
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lol, totally awesome. thanks Doug.
did you hear about the Poodles in Japan? http://www.metro.co.uk/news/46730-dog-owners-fleeced-in-poodle-scam
I’ve really not heard that one in a long time … Amazing that it’s still doing the rounds
Feh, the lines should cross over in 2015 not 2030.
@steve – I bet people taken in by that scam felt a bit sheepish.
Lol, the expression on the dog’s face is incredible!
Does that scale to all things requiring attention?
a) Reading a high school history book.
b) Looking at a hot woman.
I.E. are those both still proportionately distanced but greatly reduced or did one stay intact?
LOL! This is so true!
Personally, I find it hopeful that the attention span of poodles on crack is steadily, albeit slowly, on the rise. But I’m wondering why?
Are poodles becoming more tolerant of crack? Or is the crack poodles can buy going down in quality?
Sometimes, I really do feel like I have less attention span than a poodle on crack!
fifi has become addicted and needs for a rehalitation classes
I take umbra
Interesting that the attention span of poodles on crack has been INCREASING over the years? I wonder if they’re building up a tolerance?
@BarefootMedia and @CCBB: Glad you noticed that! I figured that successive generations of poodles would gradually become more resistant to the effects of crack.
You guys are killing me. The kids I watch after school can’t even handle sitting down to watch a fun movie once in a very blue moon. They get “bored” and buck it. My teenage son mused, “Man, if little kids can’t even pay attention to a Pixar movie anymore . . . we’re SCREWED.” Amen.
What this is really doing is causing a food shortage for zombies. The apocalypse is close at hand….
I’m just curious Doug, is the scale measured in seconds, or milliseconds?
I was going to comment on something, but now I can’t remember what it was.
so, is it safe to assume you have extensive experience in this field, doug?
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