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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    I wish I could adopt one of them. They are so cute. I'm sorry they have to go back to the kennel! :/ You are great for taking them home, though! :)


    You break my heart. I want to pretend I live in a world where all puppies get belly rubs and love. Sigh...


    ...oh Dan... I'd take all three if I could!
    Are you gonna' check up on them when you get back to town - maybe you can get 'em back for a bit if their still not adopted.(?)


    How was your day?

    As you know I am new to your blog, but you continue to inspire me and amaze me. Any guy that would do what you have done for the triplet doggies is A-OK in my book! What kind of doggies are they? Have they been fixed? Age? Do they like cats? :)


    I wish I was in Miami, or knew someone there. :-(

    megan puts up a new puppy daily and showcases an adoptable dog once a week. wouldn't hurt to put them up there. that's wonderful of you to help out like that. I hope those little guys find their forever home soon.


    No guarantee that the Humane Society would find them a home either though. It's a sad thing.


    I would love to have one but I can't! They are so cute!!


    You never know.

    I got my baby at 1-1/2 years old from a foster organization and they had been very concerned about getting her adopted since she was an older 60 lb. brindle whom a lot of people thought was a bully breed (she's greyhound and boxer). I was her 4th home in 6 months (original home who gave her up when she had puppies because they couldn't be bothered to fix her, and 2 fosters.) There was adjustment, but three years later we're both doing great. If they're on petfinder, they stand a decent chance.


    I wish I could adopt all three. My middle dog looked just like those three when she was a pup. The truly sad fact is that down south black dogs are rarely adopted. I know it sounds crazy, but it is true...and weird. There is some big thriving myth about black dogs and the devil and people do not like adopting black dogs. I have two, both rescued, and wouldn't trade their unconditional love for anything. I hope those babies get adopted, and if not, I hope that this rescue is smart enough to send them on a transport to the north. We don't have dog color issues.

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