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Toodles!
Your best friend,
Sargent Gunther Tootie, Undercover Cop

Buffalo Tom Peabody, Gunther Tootie, Gunther Undercover Cop

The Big Stink

After a while you become nose blind…

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19 thoughts on “The Big Stink

  1. Sheldon Kleeman says:

    Did you find that photo of Pence because that is scary
    Especially you pointing it out
    Poor,poor carrot top can’t get anyone to tell the story
    Right
    You might yourself why
    The answer is there are too many stories to be told

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    • Hi, Sheldon!
      The Mike and Karen Pence photo is from his campaign web page. When I was researching him, during the 2016 election, I noticed that all of his official photos had a “churchy” look about them. This particular photo caught my attention because it was obviously poorly cropped just so the implied cross effect in the window lights would be shown. Doing this made the cross effect the defacto subject of the photo’s composition. Mike Pence is an ignorant, shallow bigot and he thinks that his Christian proclamations and sanctimonious blather gives his bigotry, hatred and self-loathing Divine status. He is the most dangerous of all the fake Christians.
      You are so right, there are way too many stories. The Republican Nazis have never been known for any connection to intelligence or creativity so even mocking them becomes monotonous. From the very start they have been after only two things… our money and our lives.πŸ‘Š Thanks, Sheldon, for noticing! πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  2. Maybe it’s because I’m partial to Gunther Tootie, but this is one of the funniest, most incisive and outrageously funny posts yet, Buffalo Tom! (Of course, dogs copulating with people’s legs always is a hoot, but I think fart jokes are hilarious, too, though there are none here!)

    The last panel is my favorite. Oh hell! They all are great!

    I’ve often wondered why reporters bother having anything to do with Sarah Huckabee-Sanders, too. It (watching her press conferences) is sort of like watching someone immolate themselves to save the boss for one more day. And enjoying it.

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    • Thanks, Doug!
      I have only owned one dog in my life and his name was Barney. Barney was a stray that showed up at my back door hungry and abused. I ran ads in the paper with his photo trying to find his owner. He was pitiful but the vet said he would recover. No one claimed him. I named him Barney. I quickly learned that Barney was mean as a snake and an incurable leg-humper. I thought that I could change him with lots of love… did I mention he was a blond Cocker Spaniel? He was really cute and this would lure people closer to him so that he could do one of two things:
      1. Start growling and try to bite after a few friendly pats.

      or
      2. Furiously hump their leg AND then try to bite them.

      This ritual never varied throughout his lifetime… which was long.
      Long story short: Republicans are personified Barney’s because they lure people in so they can hurt them and/or hump their leg. After Barney died my friends confessed how they really felt about him and couldn’t believe how much I loved and spoiled that dog. Everyone I knew referred to Barney’s “passing” as “the dog from hell finally returned to his Maker.” I must also add that Barney had a good side because he liked my 2 cats and was very protective of them. Barney was a mess much like Trump and his leg humping supporters.
      πŸ‘πŸ‘Š

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      • My neighbors bought a cocker spaniel bitch puppy for their eight and nine year olds one Christmas. That was the year there was so much snow, the only place to put it was in a huge pile under the maple tree in the front yard.

        Kids being kids, they played on that snow pile, which, of course, was right next to where I parked my car. And, kids being kids, they brought their puppy (“Buffy”) along for the snow fun!

        Months pass, Buffy is growing up, and the snow pile finally melted. I went out to my car to go to work. At the same time, my neighbor let Buffy out the front door to take care of toilet issues…but… Buffy insteqad came charging qt me, growling like she was going to rip my leg off, teeth bared and saliva dripping from her teeth! Because we let the neighbor children play on that snow pile, the f-ing bitch thought I was invading HER territory!! I told myself if she ever bit me, it would be her last day on earth.

        This routine went one for years! My neighbor never seemed to get the point: I did not appreciate being threatened by her dog in MY yard! I made uphappy neighbor sounds when it happened, yet this very nice, college-educated teacher couldn’t get the idea that maybe she should let the dog use the toilet in their fenced in back yard instead of letting her threaten me every work day. Her response, “Don’t do that Buffy,” in a normal speaking voice. Kill the paper kid: “Don’t do that Buffy.” Charge the door and rip the screen off to get to the mail carrier: “Don’t do that Buffy.” Run after a car and rip the tire off: “Do do that Buffy.” It was insane!

        Every day I prayed for that f-ing dog to die!

        Buffy, of course, lived a longish life of 14 years. My neighbor’s husband told me one time that his co-workers called Buffy “Cujo”. It wasn’t too far from the truth!

        Then, talking over that fence that could have contained Buffy for her toilet each morning, my neighbor’s husband told me how he’d taken Buffy up to the dam to enjoy the day, her last day, then she died. I didn’t know what to say: “Good! That bitch has been threatening me in my own yard for nearly a decade and a half. Good riddance!” or “Geez, John. I’m sorry.”

        I choked up, felt bad because I’d finally had my hundreds of prayers answered and felt bad, as if I somehow killed the dog.

        I bawled!

        Final note: They had no control over over dog, so they replaced Buffy with another cocker spaniel and a mini-poodle. Fortunately, they weren’t possessed and turned out to be sweet dogs that never bothered me.

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      • Oh man! I definitely sympathize. I was quite Vigilant with Barney and never let him out without a secure fence so he exercised in the backyard. Cocker spaniels are notorious for inbreeding issues (like the Trump family) due to their popularity and horrible puppy Farms. I felt like Barney’s prison guard and never let him threaten or attack anyone. He was relatively calm around friends, company and relatives but anything could set him off and I couldn’t let him out of my sight when people were around. I didn’t realize until after he died just how exhausting all of this was. During this same time I had a neighbor with two pit bulls, a male and female pair which heightens their protective instincts😨 and the owner was a pipefitter who was away from home for months at a time working. His dad would come over and put out a bucket of food and fill a water trough once a week. Unsupervised they would dig their way out under the gate and terrorize the neighborhood. We have good Animal Control Officers but they are slow at arriving to emergencies. Because of Barney I learned every trick in the book for controlling vicious dogs with a “scare stick” and a brightly colored beach towel. I don’t know how many times I rounded up these two hounds from hell and chased them back into their yard and barricaded them in after chaining them to Allen’s boat. We have a dog culture down here that makes no sense except two stupid people. It’s not uncommon to see a huge and vicious Rottweiler chained to a tree in somebody’s front yard as it sits in a child’s wading pool, to keep cool while waiting to attack an intruder…
        You sound Fearless when it comes to crazed dogs and I think that’s the key to controlling them and protecting yourself.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸΆ

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      • I have a limited fear of animals, though I have a scar between two fingers on my right hand from when I was bitten by a bear at a local zoo. I was a toddler and not properly supervised at the time by siblings. (Suspicious….! LOL!) I’ve been bitten by rhesus monkeys, parakeets, rabbits, horses, cats, dogs, the bear, and others. I do know how to approach these animals now, but spent a lot of my childhood, um, learning! As for handling crazed dogs, I think the best way is to let the professionals deal with the people concerned before their animals harm some little kid or kill some adult. Sounds like you have a situation there. I’d upset all the people concerned by turning them in and having their pets ‘liberated”. I never understand people who have animals but neglect them the ways you note above. Stupid!

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      • LOL, I call it coon dog culture and of course it is closely linked to the gun culture. I wish that I had saved all of the goofy newspaper articles that have appeared over the years about Goofy Behavior between Hillbillies and their dogs and guns down here. LOL it would be a never-ending source of blog material.πŸ‘πŸ‘

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      • It would be very entertaining to your followers, too, I guarantee! Yee haw! (I live in a hybrid cowboy-redneck culture, with strong influences from Texas and the men on cattle drives up to the distribution points for “reservation Indians”, later, trips to the abattoirs of Chicago by rail. Dogs and guns figure in this one, too, along with horses and pickups.

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      • Hahaha! I have also noticed that part of the dog/gun culture is “The Collector” or hoarding obsession and a weird sense of prestige that can only come from owning every Beanie Baby under the sun along with piles of Nascar memorabilia such as a used tire from Dale Earnhardt’s race car… or ticket stubs from every Celtic Woman and River dance performance given in the continental United States. People are funny!πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    • Thanks, Rob!
      I’m waiting for the first reporter to say just how absurd that piss ant Trump crime family and his fake Christian supporters are. His Rally “performances” are the absolute height of absurdity when he slips into his Joan Rivers “Can we talk? It’s so nice to be among real friends” shtick. It’s like when crazy people spend their life savings and even borrow money to buy everything they see on QVC and can’t see that there’s a problem.
      The cut the cable movement says the only way to teach cable news a lesson is to cancel are cable subscriptions and get our news from reliable sources. I like to get my news from Amy Goodman and Democracy Now podcasts.πŸ‘πŸ‘Š

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      • It’s beginning to look like our war is against the Russian mob . I suspect Putin was advertising when he said he had the best hookers in the World, if we understand ‘hooker’ to mean sex slave.

        I like to include quality conservative (not Right Wing) media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, which is actually quite conservative. I use these as a cross reference. I treat any story that I can’t verify in the mainstream press as false. I don’t consider Fox a legitimate news outlet.

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      • I’m trying hard not to make the mistake that Trump is political because I don’t think he is, I think he’s just a narcissist and a thief. The Trumpers definitely do not look at Trump as a political movement but as the Great White Hope. The Trumpers I know are finally happy for the first time in their lives. Fox has been promising them that their savior was coming to validate their hatred and fake Christianity. Trump is a promise fulfilled. In order to get Trump out it will take Fox turning against him NOT republicans in Congress. Vladimir Putin is also apolitical and more like a cruel Russian Czar which is the model he’s trying to create in the United States. Putin has already paid Trump for his services and is tempting him with a golden parachute at the end. It’s just my theory but the only way Trump makes any sense at all is to take the politics out of it. Trump and Putin are more like the Romanoff’s… crime families or the mob if you prefer. Just a theory.πŸ˜’πŸ˜‘

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      • I think our executive branch and at least the GOP side of the House and Senate are under the control of the Russian Mob. I want to think Trump’s cult are evil people and some people think militant ignorance is evil. I just think they’re pathetic cowards terrified of their insignificance. Fox Entertainment might as well be a branch of Russia Today. I say we treat it like an enemy weapon and dismantle it before it destroys us. In the meantime, since we last spoke, this happened:

        http://time.com/5272342/michael-cohen-essential-consultants-donald-trump/

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      • Excellent link!
        I think it’s a testament to the ignorance of Republicans that they aren’t more upset with Russia since Putin has already demonstrated he can get their party elected and then destroy it. It never ends well for the greedy-types, bully’s and fake Christians.πŸ‘πŸ‘Š

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