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Hmmm. On the one hand we've got an experienced professional

Educated professionals don't use expletives.

You're kidding, right?
I've worked with heads of multi billion dollar corporations, professors, celebrities and all sorts of educated professionals from all sorts of fields..many of whom could probably buy you a few times over. They all "use expletives".

Did you pick your doctors that way?
"You are an eminantly qualified allergist, whos credentials are impeccable, but first I need to know if you use expletives. If you do, you must not be an educated professional and I would then be forced to send my family to Bob's House of Allergy Relief".
Somehow, I don't think so.
on the other we've got a guy with virtually no ... the rain. Hmmm. I wonder which one's more credible? Hmm.

I missed something. Who has physically tried to force a dog into a dog house? You wouldn't need any advice to do that.

Um, tying a dog inside the dog house that it is uncomfortable with *is* physically forcing the dog into the house.

Tara
Educated professionals don't use expletives.

Wait a minute, weren't you the first person to use the C*** word?

To be fair, I think that was the person who wanted their vet to subsidize her dog's allergies while she didn't want to have to do anything to prevent them.
Different ng, different putz.
Tara in fact is a professional dog trainer. Dog trainers generally do not have PHD'S.. they have dog savvy.

True. Though I am edumacated too :-)
Still paying off the ivy league college. Boy was that overpriced and overrated.
We aren't talking about rocket scientists, or Nobel Peace Prize winners. We are talking about DOG trainers. Who do not have to be Eddykated... they only need to have dog savvy.

Besides, Melinda used the word "experienced professional".

Kind of a clue as to how closely he's reading before reacting.

Tara
Still paying off the ivy league college. Boy was that overpriced and overrated.

And apparently wasted, too.

Handsome Jack Morrison
Repent, sinners!
http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/2007/02/save the planet.html Remember these words - Al Gore's "Generation Investment Management": http://www.ecotality.com/blog/?p=350
Every family has a different carbon footprint - And here's The Goracle's! http://arewelumberjacks.blogspot.com/2007/02/bigfoot.html The Goracle's hypocrisy exposed (Hey, Tara, didn't you once date Al?): http://www.economist.com/debate/freeexchange/2007/02/the oscar win for al.cfm "Reality-based community" more about faith than reality: http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1171894495067&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
Educated professionals don't use expletives.

I'm not only an educated professional, I invented half the freakin' expletives in currently in use!
I'm working on a new one this very minute.
I want it to have only four letters (so that even Democrats can memorize it!).
And I want it to be an insult to the intelligence of the people who pay good money to watch an Al Gore movie.
Hmm.

Handsome Jack Morrison
Repent, sinners!
http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/2007/02/save the planet.html Remember these words - Al Gore's "Generation Investment Management": http://www.ecotality.com/blog/?p=350
Every family has a different carbon footprint - And here's The Goracle's! http://arewelumberjacks.blogspot.com/2007/02/bigfoot.html The Goracle's hypocrisy exposed (Hey, Tara, didn't you once date Al?): http://www.economist.com/debate/freeexchange/2007/02/the oscar win for al.cfm "Reality-based community" more about faith than reality: http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1171894495067&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
Hmmm. On the one hand we've got an experienced professional

Educated professionals don't use expletives.

(Looks at PhD)
***!!
Marcel