Friday, October 19, 2012

Deer Crossings, AFS&S and Gracie

Okay, this has been a very hard week and we really needed a laugh.  Fortunately, our friend Evelyn sent us a link  to a hilarious video and we're going to share it with our readers.

Donna called talk radio in North Dakota to complain about deer being directed to cross high traffic areas, such as a freeway, and asking why the government couldn't move the deer crossing signs to direct the deer to cross in low traffic areas   You have to hear this to believe it.  And it is a real call.


If the video doesn't play, click here.


This week we interviewed the gang over at Alasandra, the Cats & a Dog blog.  Arty is still missing but we included her because she is still part of the family, as is Fenris, even though he is a dog. 

You can read their story on Mousebreath, The AFS&S Gang - Arty, Fenris, Scylla & Socks.







And now we're all on our way to join Gracie, her niece Ollie, and whichever furries show up for a trip to Australia. We hope we can find Gracie there.  She didn't say where she will be.  Perhaps we'll see you on Gracie's Blogosphere Trip of 2012?


22 comments:

  1. Oh gosh - I can't believe it real!

    Sam

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  2. OMC that was such a funny video. That made Mom MOL!!

    We'll head over to Mousebreath to read the interview. Hope you catch up with Gracie, they're having a great time!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  3. Sorry to say, but some humans are definitely "dim bulbs."

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  4. She is sure a bit of a dipstick!!!

    I hope your weekend is better than your week xx

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  5. hahahahaha!
    OH my Jan that was funny.
    Have a grand time on the trip to down under.

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

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  6. Where did this lady get her common sense????
    Mom's still laughing. We have a lot of "dangerous" deer crossings in this state!

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  7. Wow, that was a really stupid human! I thought humans were smarter than dogs (because human brains are closer in makeup to cat brains), but I think she is an exception!

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  8. Silly human fur sure! I can't wait to read that interview!!!

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  9. That deer crossing video was hilarious. We cant decide if the caller was serious or not!

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  10. You know what is more scary than the video? This person is probably going to vote in the up coming presidential election. OMC!

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  11. Haha, deer crossing road :'D
    Cotton

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  12. HaHaMeow! That woman makes our Mommy feel much smarter! Happy Caturday, furriends.

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  13. We hope the hard week will soon be over.

    Huggies and Cheese,
    Haopee

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  14. That video is hysterical. It takes all kinds to keep this world going.
    Great interview and we sure hope ou have a great trip to Australia. Take care.

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  15. Even when the guys try to explain the point of the deer crossing signs, she still doesn't get it. Now I've got a picture in my head of deer having community meetings to complain about where the government is putting their crossings. I wonder what Donna does for a living? I'm going to bet against brain surgeon or rocket scientist. I feel much brighter now.

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  16. It looks like Disney! Thanks for hte giggle.

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  17. We really enjoyed the interview with Fenris, Aocks and Syllia. We are going to have to come back and view the video later. We are trying to catch up by reading the blogs in bed!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  18. Well, I was laughing until I read Gracie's comment. I think she is right.

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  19. BOL, that is a good one. There are to many silly people.

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  20. Yikes, that phone call is almost unbelievable! FUNNY!!!

    We will go check out the interview now (and can hardly wait).

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  21. Hello friends! We have a little something for you! My Mini Pet Pig
    Oink oink,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

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