Does your dog misbehave? Finally, a solution...
"We supply your favorite furry friends with a healthy dose of shaming."
I wonder if it works...
that's funny...i don't have any pics to post yet...soon though!...or hopefully not
These are funny! I guess my dogs are good, because they don't have any of those problems. They do like to stare everyone down when they eat and don't share though.
Stare-downs can be shameful... take a pic and send to dogshaming!
Still going on.
Will Ferrell tape a classic...
http://www.webpronews.com/dog-shaming-b … rk-2012-08
Isn't this a form of abuse? Dogs are furry children..right?
Yeah, some dogs were easy to shame, and others don't give a damn...
Funny concept, but that link you put up top tried to load malware on my machine when I went to look at the second page.
Not webpronews.com! Google them! They are not a scumware site!
You've apparently been previously infected with trojan redirector malware. I'd recommend you get offline immediately before other stuff gets downloaded.
No, it was from the link at the top, and I have malware software that catches crap like that.
You mean the link in the OP? Every media website on the planet is pointing to that site right now.
I'm still going with that you have been previously infected. Besides, I can't delete that old link anyway.
Boy, you sure know how to kill a thread...
Let's see, thread first posted 43 hours ago. Three replies over the course of two hours. Then nothing for almost two full days. Then you had to go back and resurrect it yourself. At which point you got one response before mine.
I hardly think that constitutes a thread with any sort of life that might be "killed." I've seen mud puddles get more activity.
Furthermore, even if there had been any activity on this thread, I would still have pointed out that my malware program picked up the issue, because that's what thoughtful people do.
I must have been tired, I shouldn't have taken your malware post personally.
If you are really sure your machine didn't hiccup or was previously infected; CNN, Fox, Bing, Yahoo, etc need to be contacted...
Even though you are accusing webpronews.com, one of the top sites on the internet, it's still a pretty good bet that you have scared the hell out of everybody away from this thread. Nice going...
The link stays.
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