Saturday, May 4, 2013

Podcast 46 Error (and dogs rule?)

Lately we just suck at the technology part of this. 
46 is available on streaming... the download links should be fixed today. 
Itunes is still a mystery, blame Special - K 

Anyways... since Special K sucks... here is a cool tit bit:

Coolest Dog, or just Wrong ?

Most dog owners delight in teaching their pet to "shake a paw".
But the trick a German man taught his canine companion was much more sinister... it learned to do a Nazi salute. The German Shepherd crossbreed, called Adolf, lifted its paw up high on command in imitation of the infamous raised-arm greeting used by Hitler and his cohorts.

The nine-year-old dog's owner, known as Roland T, boasted brazenly in front of police about the animal's trick - even though the Nazi salute is banned in Germany. And the 58-year-old former car salesman chalked the name "Adolf" above the door of his pet's kennel in Berlin.

He claimed the dog was born on Hitler's birthday and he planned to have him put down on the anniversary of the dictator's suicide. This, he said, was because he could not afford dog food after being fined for other Nazi-related behaviour.

Roland had been handed suspended sentences by courts since 2003 and was said to be notorious for openly giving Nazi salutes and wearing pro-Hitler T-shirts.

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