COMPARES CANINE AND HUMANOID HOLIDAY TRADITIONS.
At a recent anthropology symposium held late in October at Northern Michigan Behavior University, an abstract of a paper by Doctor Digley Dirtfly, professor of archeology, noted that artifacts recovered in and around canine meeting places prove that territory marking and status establishment were primary aspects of such meetings, while feasting was probably of lower priority. He compared this finding with the almost universal acceptance that humanoid gatherings at public parks is devoted almost entirely to food consumption and the drinking of sweetened or alcoholic drinks. He also predicted that humanoids will undoubtedly attempt to foist their food focus onto the wiser and more advanced canine community. He included allusions to certain humanoid symbols that tend to corroborate this finding: http://www.cheta.net/connect/canine/recipes/
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