Yet again, a human Holiday has me confused. I mean today is last day of 2013. So why are the humans watching long boring programs about stuff that already happened? First there’s a review of all the big disasters: tornadoes, typhoons, floods, plane crashes, train wrecks, bombings, and shootings. Wasn’t it hard enough to go through all that once already? Then there are lists of all the political and international events. If you ask me, I’d rather not relive the following things: the government shut-down crisis (which wasn’t really a crisis) the violent events in the Middle East, all the government scandals and hearings, and the televised murder trials—those rate a double doggie snort. Some famous people died, and some celebrities did outrageous things, one of which we’d rather barf all day than have to see yet again.
My astute associate Joseph (Joey dog) Stephens has told me that we should remind our readers that doggies live in the present, and don’t keep track of all the human tom-foolery that happens every day in the world. Nor do we bear grudges. We are forgiving creatures, and will always give you a second chance to redeem yourself in our eyes. Joey dog also says maybe we should just play along with our humans and show you some pictures you might not have seen of our past year. And here they are: