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I think once these guys cross the line from feats of skill to tempting death, it's kind of cheating anyway. In some ways it's easier to demonstrate how stupid you can be, rather than your skill in a reasonably controlled situation. This guys disregard for not only himself but other innocent bystanders he may affect (emotionally or physically) is shameful.
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Lisa asked me to provide my detail on my suggestion. For example, in Sharp Dressed Man, the red outline of the body in pen seems in stark contrast to the crayon in-fill work. Same for Every Little Thing.... Fairly fine detail with the bunny, in contrast to the hat. They just seem like they could be from two different hands. But I have no proof otherwise and don't mean to take away from anyone's joy. Just an observation...
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I'm not questioning the sentiment of Remy's post. However, I think an alternative explanation to the dogs behavior is he is trying to bury the fish with whatever loose 'material' he can find nearby, but in this case it is only pools of water. I see my dog do this with bones, treats, dead rodents that she wants to 'save' for later.
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There's various things we do to dogs/pets that they don't consent to, but they just have to be considered on a case-by-case basis. Tattooing a dog, IMHO, i similar to piercing ears for a baby or toddler. It causes some physical harm, carries with it some risk of permanent injury (infection etc), and only suits vanity. Same goes for cropping of ears and docking of tails. The easiest test for these sorts of answers is to consider the net welfare of the animal.
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There's actually some demonstrations / studies there that have very fit adults trying to match baby & toddler play for a period of time. After a short while, 15 minutes say, these very fit adults are totally wiped and can't keep up with the kids.
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It's also missing a bottle of Tabasco or Frank's Red Hot.

Being Canadian, I imagine a sawed off shot-gun is a pretty American breakfast side arm as well. Maybe secured UNDER the table.
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Well, as the mom so tactfully replied, "you obviously don't know anything about kids!" (ha ha!)

As a father of 2, uh, 'adventurous' youngsters, I do fully agree with what you're saying. However, we have to also appreciate the motivation (and need when appropriate) for kids to play and explore, and that some kids are more easily influenced / controlled than others. Ultimately, the parents have to know their own kids and use good judgement whether they should be there in the first place. And if things get out of hand you have to clamp down on the kiddies or vacate the premises asap. And if the risk of damage is higher (museum vs grocery store), then they must be more cautious and attentive.

But really, $10M?
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