Can't Talk Now I Got Something In My Mouth

FTLComm - Tisdale - February 6, 1999
Normally dogs demand and get attention from humans and I have found (experience as a paperboy) that if you talk to a dog they will do their best to pay attention and in any case they rarely ignore you. This fellow was just to busy to talk to me today. I asked him about the object in his mouth and he muttered something about not being able to talk because he had something in his mouth.

However, after I asked him politely he did stop and listened to my questions then muttered something about me coming back later and we could discuss it. This is one of the great things about dogs, if they can't talk or listen to you they let you know, no voice or e-mail for these guys. You will know our civilisation is done for when dogs start wearing beepers on their collars.