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2014年3月16日星期日

Doorbells


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  But when we lived in Santa Monica, the absolute worst day of the year, every year, was Halloween. We lived in a neighborhood with a lot of families with little kids.

  Kids who went trick-and-treating.

  Kids who rang doorbells.

  So we would block off the back half of the house, and Debbie would take all the dogs back there with her. I would then open the front door and plant a chair in the doorway, where I would sit with a bag of whatever treat it was we were giving out.

  This has a double effect. First, it prevented the little monsters from ringing the doorbell, and second, it made me look like an idiot.

  It was a small price to pay.

  So to sum up, having all these dogs made me a happy, loving person, except for the things that I hate.

  Like television commercials.

  And FedEx drivers.

  And gardeners.

  And mail carriers.

  And little kids.

  And workmen.

  And fireworks.

  And visitors.

  And other neighborhood animals.

  And thunder.

  And doorbells.

  Doorbells are the worst.

Dogtripping, 25 Rescues, 11 Volunteers, and 3RVs
on Our Caine Cross-Country Adventure
, p186~187
David Rosenfelt
ISBN 978-1-250-01469-6

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