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I love how BAD it looks like Joel feels for Stains’ plight.
Yes Pecan! Barack Obama Ice Cream – [Best Week Ever]
“If Only You Could Eat Shame.” – Jon Stewart – [Videogum]
Read/Play Problem Sleuth, Solve All Problems In Yer Life!! – [MS Paint Adventures]
Sweet Zombie Lincoln Pop – [Glark]
Finally, White People Singing Motown (Wait, What?) – [Videogum]
Japanese “We Are the World” — In Blackface (Wait, What?) – [BuzzFeed]
Choice of First Dog is Narrowed to Two Breeds – [The New York Times]
Zelda Theme A Capella (Well Mostly) – [Geekologie]
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Ok, I know this is shallow or whatever, but I really don’t care. I dislike Rachel Ray…a lot. I find her annoying and disingenuous. I hate all her little “Yum-o’s” and whatnots that are supposed to make her so charming and easy to relate to. Now I have an even better reason to dislike her.
National Enquirer (January 5, 2008) Reports:
To promote her Nutrish line of dog food, the super chef recently published a recipe that’s intended for human consumption in a popular dog lover’s magazine. The recipe, “Isaboo’s Butternut Squash Mac and Cheddar” was inspired by her pit bull Isaboo’s love of squash. But readers were confused and believed the dish, that included an ingredient that could kill dogs, was mean for their dogs.
Nowhere in the dog magazine did it state that the recipe was intended for humans, not dogs. And the text accompanying the recipe contained a disclaimer warning owners to check with their dogs’ veterinarians, again leading many to believe the recipe was for dogs…
Dr. Dana Harman, D.V.M., of Boca Raton, Fla, explains that onions can cause “potentially fatal hemolytic anemia” in dogs.
Modern Dog has since added a mild disclaimer to their website telling people that the recipe is intended for people, though the people at Rachel Ray’s website have left the recipe unchanged. Even listing it under a Pet Friendly header and it starts with a picture of Rachel and her dog Boo eating a very similar looking meal (see above).
I hope that Rachel Ray hasn’t used her completely evil and annoying powers to kill your (or your friends) dogs.
With all of this talk of a new presidential dog I thought I would share some fun facts about past president’s pets.
1) Calvin Coolidge had a pygmy hippo named Billy. Billy sired 23 little hippos, and many of the pygmy hippos you see in American zoos today are his offspring. Coolidge practically had a zoo, he had six dogs, a bobcat, a goose, a donkey, a cat, two lion cubs, an antelope, and a wallaby.
2) Hoover had a ton of dogs, his son however owned a pair of alligators that would sometimes wander around the White House grounds.
3) George H.W. Bush’s pet springer spaniel Millie collaborated with the First Lady on Millie’s Book: As Dictated to Barbara Bush. She also birthed a son that accompanied George W. Bush into the White House.
4) Martin Van Buren received two tiger cubs as a gift from the Sultan of Oman. Congress supposedly made him give the gift to a zoo.
5) Dr. Johnson, Bishop Doane, Fighting Bob Evans, and Father O’Grady were the names of Teddy Roosevelt’s children’s Guinea Pigs. Pretty much the most amazing names ever! Roosevelt also had a pet badger named Josiah AND a black bear cub named Jonathan Edwards.
6) At 17 years old Socks the cat is still alive. He lives with Bill Clinton’s secretary, Betty Currie as he did not get along with the Clinton’s dog Buddy. That is an old effin cat.