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June 24, 2010


RIDGE MANOR, Florida (AP) -- A Hernando County man was reportedly run over by his own truck after his dog put it into gear.

(Thanks to Horace LaBadie, Janice Gelb and jon harris)


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Tassey doesn't like it when you hold out on the dog treats.

Perhaps the dog had been dressed up in one of those "cute" costumes and spotted his chance...

It's started. The dogs have begun their bid for world domination. When they join forces with the cats and squirrels, we're doomed.

Your dog wants steak. Or else.

He shouldn't have said, "OK, try it now."

Wuss - he didn't even make 24 hours of pain before seeing a doc.

Put the truck in neutral??? No parking brake?? Then went under said truck to check for oil leaks?? Can't blame that one on the dog. IDJIT

You might be a redneck if...

Finally something our dog HASN'T done!

Sniff, sniff, I had a dog named Tassey when I was a little girl. She was a little Manchester. It's okay though. My dad said she went to live on a beautiful farm with a lot of other happy puppies. It must be a very strange farm. My goldfish are there too.

That's why you always want to put the gearshift on the steering column.

"When they join forces with the cats and squirrels", but can you imagine dogs being willing to do that?

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