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Wooo, passed the 300 mark for followers.  I noticed one day awhile back that I had like 291 followers and last week it hit 299 but then it went back to 296!  Now that I have finally passed that 300 mark I can go back to not noticing it anymore. 

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lokithegreyhound:

Loki and is new collar :3

He looks a bit bored with playing fashion model :)

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kufurbabies:

She’s a pretty good work buddy. :) #sedonazaria #borzoi

One of the breeds I’m particularly in love with.

kufurbabies:

She’s a pretty good work buddy. :) #sedonazaria #borzoi

One of the breeds I’m particularly in love with.

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thedogist:

Maisy, mix, Hope Street, Brooklyn, NY

I want to clean the gunk in the eye corners.  That always bugs me when I see it.

thedogist:

Maisy, mix, Hope Street, Brooklyn, NY

I want to clean the gunk in the eye corners.  That always bugs me when I see it.

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dathrohan:

Took my break early today (11 AM) to walk these guys. Enjoy.

Awww

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Anonymous asked: "I don’t believe that the Holocaust happened the way that we have been indoctrinated to believe" What is the purposes of the indoctrination. What exactly went down, and how do you know?

terminalpleasure:

unapologetically-indie:

cheekily:

unapologetically-indie:

The Jews were exiled and were transferred to the camps under Hitler’s orders. During this time, there was a war going on as well as lots of illnesses spreading through out the camps, thus yes - People died from illnesses as well as starvation as it wasn’t exactly easy to get supplies out to them as the camps were secluded. I believe that sure, a hundred thousand Jewish people died in these camps . But there is no way that 6 million people were killed and cremated/ buried into these so-called mass graves, let alone the new 11m figure that they are claiming. I mean… that’s a LOT of bodies.

Not to mention that there’s no real solid proof of these so called gas chambers actually being used for such. The numbers don’t add up.

It’s a shame that there are not camps to exile and transfer neo-Nazis and their apologists. The world would be better for it.

No - The world would be better if we stopped “normalizing” things that shouldn’t be seen as normal, like homosexuality, trans-sexuality, this ridiculous non-binary nonsense, feminism, abortion and  the idea that being a slut is A-okay.

I guess “Unapologetically-Stupid” was taken when you made your Tumblr.

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Anonymous asked: "I don’t believe that the Holocaust happened the way that we have been indoctrinated to believe" What is the purposes of the indoctrination. What exactly went down, and how do you know?

cheekily:

unapologetically-indie:

The Jews were exiled and were transferred to the camps under Hitler’s orders. During this time, there was a war going on as well as lots of illnesses spreading through out the camps, thus yes - People died from illnesses as well as starvation as it wasn’t exactly easy to get supplies out to them as the camps were secluded. I believe that sure, a hundred thousand Jewish people died in these camps . But there is no way that 6 million people were killed and cremated/ buried into these so-called mass graves, let alone the new 11m figure that they are claiming. I mean… that’s a LOT of bodies.

Not to mention that there’s no real solid proof of these so called gas chambers actually being used for such. The numbers don’t add up.

It’s a shame that there are not camps to exile and transfer neo-Nazis and their apologists. The world would be better for it.

Why am I so taken aback when I see the existence of people out there like this?  I guess I tend to be naive.

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wherehorsesmeetdogs:

For all those people that like shaving their double coated dogs:

While I was getting Monty’s shots at my vet today, a senior rough Collie was rushed in. He was clearly recently shaven, suffering from a heatstroke, and had MULTIPLE skin sores caused from infected cuts left behind from the razor he…

That’s pretty horrific :(.  I had 2 rough collies as a teenager and we’d get people asking us why we didn’t shave their coats all too often.  When they were out in the sun the surface of the hair would be warm, but when you put your finger down to the skin it would be cooler.  It’s even worse that this was a senior dog, meaning the skin would be thinner and more vulnerable too.

What some people don’t seem to understand is that dogs have a different “cooling” system than humans.  They don’t sweat through their skin, and so it is NOT like a human wearing a coat out on a hot day.

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Only a greyhound…
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Only a greyhound…

From Retired Greyhound Owners