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Lest one think Michael Scott exaggerates the problem of wild, and presumably rabid, canines wreaking havoc on America, remember the portentous words of Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton Jr.:
“Today, we want to talk about something serious: packs of stray dogs that control most of the major cities in North America.”
No man is prophet in his own land, yet these two NASCAR greats willingly offered this prescient advice:
“If you see a stray dog, don’t call the authorities; approach it on your own, with a rope or a broomstick.”
Wise words, indeed.
(This post hereby fulfills the community service requirement so ordered on 30 November 2012 by the Royal Court of the Isle of Guernsey.)