ss_blog_claim=bf53c2c2a6b5e4b759eb9b46babec032 Stephen the dog: Security

Friday, April 27, 2007


Sorry it has been a few days since I have posted here. I got in a lot of trouble for putting up the directions to SB^3. My A says it is not safe to put personal information out on the Internet. There are a lot of weird people out there and you have to be careful. I am not saying you need to be paranoid but you do need to be careful.

If the following phrase strikes fear into your heart “Hi I’m Chris Hansen from Dateline please have a seat.” Please stop reading my ODD there is nothing here for you. In fact I find your general existence troubling. There are a lot of great people out there and I really enjoy all of you who stop by and check in on me. It is unfortunate that the 1% is capable of bringing us all down.

I don’t know why my A is so though worried. Our home it totally safe the thing is protected like a fortress. We have this invisible force shield all around the yard. The only way you can get in or out is to use the key on my dog leash. You have to be holding my leash to deactivate the field. I have made the mistake a couple of times of trying to take a walk on my own and let me tell you it is not a good idea. You try to cross that field and all of a sudden your neck starts hurting like crazy.

Since the field is invisible and I don’t want people to get hurt I try to let them know when they are walking by to be careful of the field. I run back and forth just behind the field so they can see where it is and I bark really loud at them to tell them “Hey, danger invisible field don’t get to close” Usually this works.

Sometimes I wonder how my A ever got permission to put in the security field. It seems like if I were not out there warning them a lot of people would get hurt. There are no signs, so if I don’t tell you about the field you are might end up walking into it by mistake and getting hurt.

I have noticed that there is a little bit of a beep that happens just before you hit the field but if you are walking and don’t know the field is there you are not going to be able to stop quick. Probably you will just think to yourself “Hey what’s that beeping” and then walk right into the field. The next think you know there is this awful pain in your neck.

It is nice knowing I am protected but I wish my A would put up some signs or something I am getting tired of having to stay outside all the time to warn people. I really just want to stay inside and sleep on the couch with my people.


At April 27, 2007 at 5:01:00 PM EST , Blogger BenSpark said...

Stephen, you keep up the good fight and protect people from themselves. We'll have to ask your A for a security pass on our next visit.


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