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Sorry, but this is animal abuse

The puppies are cute, but the story pissed be off. Look, I know that breeds like these like to work, to a certain extent, and enjoy having a purpose. Nonetheless, service animals have a hard life. It's one thing to press them into a lifetime of service to help a blind person lead a more independent lifestyle, or to sniff out bombs in luggage, but to detect pirated "300" DVDs? Sorry, but that's a bit much.


It does seem to be overkill, doesn't it?

I'm with you on this one.
Sniff for bombs that can be used against people, not bad copies of "Dreamgirls"

This is reckless endangerment! What if one of these poor animals came across a copy of "Inconvenient Truth"?
(Oh- what am I saying? Who would bother to bootleg that?)

To protect the profits of Corporations, any abuse is tolerated. Just don't smack them on the nose for peeing on your bad -- that's cruel.

"Sniff for bombs that can be used against people, not bad copies of "Dreamgirls" (Rachel)

Sniffing for bad copies of Dreamgirls....there's a lyrically erotic quality to that image, that I just can't put my finger on.

But I'll continue to ponder it, mostly because I can't get that image out of my head now.

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