Grandma With Attitude
REVIEW December, 2000
EARLY ENVIRONMENT STUDY.
Professor Pommypuche, head of the Puppy Development Department at Barkley
University, has completed a study of the effect of early environment on
the intellect of developing canines, and has concluded with the radical
notion that when emotional factors are stable and there is maximum exposure
to intellectual stimuli, the young canine can develop abilities long considered
exclusively humanoid. In one of his case studies he cited the life
of one of his student's offspring. It seemed that this outstanding
pup had been newspaper trained almost from birth and had spent so many
hours waiting on a daily paper that he had learned to read the humanoid
symbols and had formed a sentimental attachment to a humanoid named Albroder
whose name appears frequently. Even after several weeks this pup
continues to search newspapers for his hero, Albroder. Some of his
searches appear troublesome to his owners.
ANNOUNCES WINNER. Algonquin University,
leading Canadian university for primitives in North America, has
announced the winning team of the annual People Mocking contest.
This year's winning team was able to keep two humanoids in constant calling
for over three consecutive hours . Members of the winning team are
Hairyson Longfur, Scuffle Bushtail, Yodella Sniftrail and Barkitup
Furtiv, all freshmen. A humanoid report of this event appears at