ss_blog_claim=bf53c2c2a6b5e4b759eb9b46babec032 Stephen the dog: Reply to JAX

Monday, November 12, 2007

Reply to JAX


Thanks so much for the reply. While I don’t totally agree with all your arguments I can definitely see where you are coming from. I am willing to admit that I may have read more into the product descriptions than I should have.

I still maintain that children should be encouraged to have imaginary friends but I will concede that it is ok for them to also have beanbag friends. As long as the two are not mutually exclusive I am ok with it.

I was also unaware of the monkey studies you mentioned. While it is interesting to know that monkeys reared with soft items outlive those reared in cold sterile environments it really makes me wonder who is doing this research. How does one go about getting funding for this sort of research? Do you write congress and say “I am looking to raise some monkeys in a concrete box can I please have some money?” Where are those PETA wackos when you need them?

As for the product description of your Plush Fur Bean bag, I am glad I did not read it before getting your email. That would have pushed me over the edge. Jax I know that you mentioned that you had a good house training experience and I assume you don’t have accidents so why does your owner have this obsession with accidents? Of course beanbags don’t have accidents but I can attest to the fact that I have not had an accident in over 2 years and based on your impeccable grammar I assume you have a similar track record.

If both of us are accident free then the fact that a beanbag is accident free is really not that huge of a selling point. It is just not that huge of a differentiator. I might be wrong my pal Drew is always telling me I don’t understand marketing so this maybe another one of those cases. Perhaps this more modern house training method you speak of traumatized your owner, this might explain the fascination with accidents.

I am glad to hear that owner of has a dog. Having a dog is a very important part of life, and can do wonders to stabilize the borderline psychotics in the world. Personally if my A, that is what I call the guy that feeds me, did not have me I doubt it would be safe to let him roam the streets.

On a more personal note I see that you are gainfully employed. I personally have been trying to find a decent job ever since the seatbelt incident. seatbelt incident. Most recently I tried to get career training from computer but that did not work out. I was wondering if you had any advice as a professional dog.

Perhaps there is a position at I still don’t totally agree with some of the corporate philosophy but I am willing to sell out. I have already sold out my blog with payperpost. Between you and me I really don’t have an opinion on which is the best goth dating site on the internet.

If you need some help I would be willing to perform some product testing. I could even write about how much better beanbags are than cats. There are a ton of delusional people out there who actually like cats. It is a huge market.

Do you love your cat? Well if you do then this beanbag is for you. Think about it cats kind of do what they want and love you when they want, but beanbag always does what you want it do to and will love you unconditionally. You never have to empty beanbag’s little box because beanbag does not need a litter box. Think about how nice it is to come home, sit on the couch and cuddle up with your furry little friend. Now think about the times you have come home and wanted to cuddle up with your furry little friend only to have him hide under the bed. Beanbags don’t hide. So if you are tired of the emotional roller coaster your cat has you on this is the beanbag for you. Don’t let the cat toy with your emotions get this beanbag and take control of your life again.

Anyway Please let me know when the Pet Beg products line comes out.



At November 12, 2007 at 7:18:00 PM EST , Blogger Andree said...

Now I'm grumpy. Sigh. Both of yous guys needs cats to get over this bean bag fetish.

At November 13, 2007 at 8:06:00 AM EST , Blogger Unknown said...

Andree` sorry that you are grumpy. However as a dog cats are my sworn mortal enemy.

At November 25, 2007 at 11:57:00 AM EST , Blogger Amanda said...

Hi Stephen,
Here's a link to some information about the monkey experiment. It is what started some of the animal rights movement and led to some new psychology ethics boards.


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