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« on: February 08, 2009, 12:10:03 am »

Nice collection John.

Incidentally dogs can be useful with regards to seeing Lulin. I was reading a post on another of my astronomy forums where the poster had intended staying up to see the comet but fell asleep while watching a DVD. The next thing he knew was that it was gone 5am and that his oversized pooch was busy licking his face! As a result of the rude awaking, the poster was able to dash outside with his binoculars and was rewarded with a good view of the comet!


He barks to go out into the garden  just as Man-U or Arsenal are about to take a penalty.

Now that's what I call a smart dog!  Grin
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