The Dog ate the WHAT!!!

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  1. disaacks3

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    Sometimes Alpo just doesn't cut it.

    Buddy, a 3-year-old Labrador retriever opted for high-end snacks - two Super Bowl XLII tickets.

    Face value: $900 each.

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    :wild: NO.....BAD DOG!!!
     
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    He's still mad about all the Michael Vick drama. That dog has boycotted the NFL.
     
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    Look at the eyes... I think he's just evil. :goodbad:
     
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    wow. That's way not cool. Those tickets should've been locked up in a safe until game day.
     
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    Why would anyone leave SB tickets where a dog could get to them? :um:

    I'd have those things locked in a safe deposit box!
     
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    Kinda hard to lock something in the safe that was just delivered by fedex.
     


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    ahhhh, had not read that part. d'oh!

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    I still blame the owner. I would have found a way to make sure that a person was there to sign for those bad boys! Heck, I'd take a day off of work to ensure my tickets are safe.
     
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    LMAO! TB, I think you made your point the last post. At least I got it and I concur.:)
     
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    This dog MUST DIE!!!! :cowboy1:


    PETA be damned!
     
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    the shotgun needs to be used on the guy who put two $1000 pieces of paper in reach of a dog, kid, or whatever. I mean, would you leave two thousand dollars in cash in a place the dog could get to?
     
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    If was sure I wouldn't be home...I'd have them delivered if possible to my place of work. Specially knowing these tix weren't his first victims :pirate:
     
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    As it turns out the courier driver should be shot...

     
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    Are they still valid? I'd be following that dog around until the rest came out.

    Reminds me of "Up in Smoke"
     
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    I like the shotgun idea, though if a naked PETA chick shows up she could probably talk me out of it....:shades:
     
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    Or the scene in "Gone in Sixty Seconds" where the guy pulls out a huge knife and about to cut the dog open.
     
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    That's what I'm sayin'! I get freaked out about my Texans season tickets, and they get delivered to my office! I can't imagine just leaving two SB tickets at my doorstep!
     
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    Snatch.

    "Open the dog Tony."

    "Open the dog? It's not a tin of beans!"


    It's delivery guy's fault. Why is it so hard for people to follow simple freaking instructions?
     

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