Thursday, February 7, 2008

Reading the Morning Paper

Now I know all of you out there think I am just a pretty face, but I want to state that I am no slouch in the intelligence department either. Unbeknownst to many people, I can read the newspaper! I grew up reading the venerable New York Times; however, since we have moved, I am only able to access the Ketchikan Daily News. This has caused a marked decrease in my fundamental knowledge of world politics and world economics; and my views have swung from liberalist to marked conservatist (Alaska is a red state). I have beseeched my parents to order a subscription to the New York Times . . . but they have refused. Another example of how humans are trying to keep us pugs down!
Mommy -- please flip to the business section; I need to check how my stocks are doing





Daddy, why are you laughing? Haven't you seen a pug read a newspaper before?


Hmmm, this global warming thing is getting worse and worse . . .


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Frances,
You are too cute!
Even if I am your Father

The Devil Dog said...

You are very cute, Frances. Reading the paper is very good for you. That's why I don't do it. hahaha

Roxy

DaisyMae Maus said...

It's nice to see literate woofies!

Charmee prefers the entertainment and restaurant section when he reads ...

DMM

Goodboy Norman Featherstone said...

Good for you. You have to keep up to date on the issues of the day.

Lex said...

Wow Francis, you are far better read then my puggies, they seem to enjoy trashy romance novels ;)

Maybe you can read the Times online? :)

Melissa & Emmitt said...

hi frances!
it was fun catching up on your week. you are the smartest pug ever and very fashionable too!
:) melissa and emmitt

Weeny&Daisy said...

Hey Frances! Wow, you are such an intelligent puggy! We are impressed!

Love Weeny and Daisy xx xx

Suki Sumo said...

Francis, we need to band together and get you the New York Times - stat! Your political prowess is faltering (read: going down the tubes!) in that red state. I mean you moved to the place that Ted Stevens (and, okay, to be fair, Mike Gravel) come from. Must be the long periods of darkness!

Don't worry, I don't think you're crazy, girl.

Melissa & Emmitt said...

Hi Frances!
I am going to have to come to alaska one day and meet you! you are the coolest pug baby ever!
:) melissa

Nevis said...

Wow, Fances, you definatly are evolved. My pugs just pee on the paper.

;) j/k