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world is miraculous to behold. What a truly amazing and great society we
live in, where technology has advanced so much - that CDs are now available
for dogs. Hey now, don't protest, aren't dogs entitled to the same
clarity, fidelity, convenience, and listening enjoyment that compact discs
provide for humans? Dog's are actually lucky creatures aren't they, because
they started right out with the compact disc. They didn't have to fiddle
around with bulky and lame sounding 8 track tapes, hissy cassettes, or scratch
prone records. Nope... dogs jumped right to the CD, and apparently
just in time too, because as it turns out - dogs are really stressed out
- and CDs calm them down. At least that is what one corporation that
makes the dog CDs is saying, and corporations don't lie.
According to them, dogs in today's world are "really really freaked out and
they need some good music now." But unlike in the human music world, where
consumers are very selective and the artist's name, style, and image are
important and have a huge impact on sales, dog's seem to not give a damn
about what audio is actually on the CD, just as long as there is a comforting
picture of a dog on the front cover. As a matter of fact, it seems
even the companies themselves that sell these CDs don't know what tunes are
on the album.
Gladys - Michael Biggins (Blackout)
(c) 1995-2003 Blackout's Box Studios
Box, B-Box, B-Box Store
The Insanity Volumes I & II, and the Quanicles
trademarks of Blackout's Box Entertainment.
material is (C)1990-2002 Michael Biggins & Blackout's Box Entertainment