Comments: I want to rock and roll all night...

Sooo, You would have loved the coverage of the

Afghan Hound running around on I-94, then. The

911 calls from motorists referred to it as a

deer, a coyote, some kind of huge wild animal,

and a large dog. Apparently, it escaped from it

yard with three other dogs. The owner was able

to get them back in, but then this one got out

again. It was hilarious to see the "rescuers"

Try and catch it. They got the loop of rope on a

stick thing on it two or three times before they

finaly captured him. They had traffic stopped,

and these guys running all over after this stupid

dog. Everyones like Awww, I'm thinking how it

would suck to be stuck in traffic for like half

an hour, 45 minutes while these inept looking

guys catch this dog. His owner said he's very

tricky. Yipee.

If anybody knows the secret of knowing when to

leave a party, let me know. I can never "read"

people. Are they chatting to be polite, or are

they enjoying the conversation as much as I?

Yesterday, I'm getting ready to leave a party,

the hosts are talking to me at the door, the

hostess then says" Thanks for comming" I take

this as my cue and go get my car, which is parked

about two blocks away, and return for my

belongings. The hostess comes out to the car

with my things, another sign, so I thought, that

she would like to be rid of me. But no, she

begins another conversation at my window, with my

car running, I really like this person and

wouldn't mind chatting, but my car is running!

My dilemma, do I shut the car off and talk, or

end the conversation and leave? I would shut the

car off, but does this person really want me to?

So I end up with the car running ( I am

calculating the $ being burned) until the hostess

finally says "Oh, you're using up all your gas,

you'd better go" We then comment on the price of

gas and I leave, still not knowing if I should

have stayed longer.

And Raven, I am glad you went out of order and

listed the article last. It was very moving. I

even printed it out to read again and share. I

hope they follow this girls story.

Posted by Alliecat at April 26, 2004 10:01 AM

Damn woman, that's a long comment.

Yeah, wouldn't be amused by the uber-creepy dog. Not at all.

Yeah, that girl is incredible. Talk about making things happen...

Posted by Raven at April 26, 2004 06:23 PM

Wow, what a story! (The Somali refugee!)

Posted by Holly at April 26, 2004 10:07 PM
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