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March 27, 2004

WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON HERE?

We don't know, and we don't want to know.

(Thanks to Mike Zlotnick)

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Any video that costs $100 must have some freaky things happening on it.

This is yet another example of a way to completely humiliate your animal.

As a professional journalist, I think Dave Barry should be responsible to order this video and report his findings to those of us who cannot write-off the purchase.

My cats were very interested, but prefered the eight dog barks.

S. Nivel, Sidcup, kent

Ah ha! That's what that thing is REALLY for. I'm going to KILL my ex boyfriend!

Everyone noticed that you can watch part of the video through that link, right?

It looks like some type of weight-training. Though I can't fathom why x number of dog pounds would be more or less preferable than the same number of pounds in more traditional, inanimate weights.

Why is Mr. Dog Lifter in his underwear? I hope this isn't all an excuse by Dave to get us to watch another sick kinky video.

My theory is that somebody is under the impression that if somebody else weights the same as the dog, that person is a witch.

Do dogs float???

So what does Batman do again?

Okay. There are some videos on there that are just WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG!!! I click on a link and next thing I know I am seeing some idiot ejaculating. Now THERE's a lunchtime thought.

I think the link you clicked on was probably one of the ones with a picture of an ejaculating penis on it. Those links lead to videos with ejaculation going on in them, go figure. I have a problem with the micturating woman video; no sound, what's up with that?

I think people are missing the key point of this site, that this video being offered is for "intermediate instruction in dog lifting." In other words, it is reasonable to conclude that there are, at minimum, at least two more hundred-dollar videos on beginner and advanced strategies in dog lifting.

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