REVIEW January 2000 edition
FOR LATE PUBLICATION
By I. M. Bassett,
While offering only the feeblest excuses, this publication abjectly apologizes
for putting its January edition on- line in the middle of the month.
Following are the excuses:
1. Our press operator dogs staged a big Y2K party at the Gnaw
& Chaw club which went on for over three days and left some of the
press dogs totally incapacitated, thus delaying the street edition which
is the basis for our on-line offerings.
2. Our web-master dog, Frisky Flanagan, didn't get a chance at his
owner's computer until humanoid school took in, and then found Page Composer
non operational for several days.
IN ON DEPLORABLE HUMANOID TENDENCIES IN
THE NEW MILLENIUM
TERRIER-MIX, UK reporter.
The eminent Professor Houndog, in an interview at his lodgings at Cowford,
states that he is disturbed but not alarmed at a growing tendency among
humanoids to focus a part of their neurotic hypochondria on their pets.
Houndog goes on to say "while it is totally acceptable to be concerned
and careful in regard to your pet's health and welfare, the present burgeoning
of internet sites for help in this area is astonishing. The latest
example is new and very comprehensive:
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