Here's me, promising I wouldn't go all squishy-oogie in my fancy new blog, not blather on about my dogs or post pics of my kids doing adorable shit, and in my very first post I blow that promise straight outta the water.
Well,the fact of the matter is I'm at home waiting for the nice man from the Invisible Fence company, who's coming to give an estimate so we can keep our egg-sucking mongrels from chasing deer into the woods and not coming back for hours and then when they do they're covered in ticks and disgusting stuff they've found to roll in and making you want to just smack 'em. Then they expect to just jump into your bed with you. Not so fast, White Fang and Ring-Ting-Ting!
For this I expect to pay quite a lot of thoroughly visible money.
Question for the day, courtesy of the laserlike insight of a friend who lives in England: If good fences make good neighbors, do invisible fences make invisible neighbors?
Well, while we're waiting for Invisible Boy to show (Holy crap! Maybe he's already here!), let's all examine and learn from this Mission Statement from Perfidious Albion (Link to statement is upper left, top of left-nav). There is here a universal truth that should not be ignored.