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|07-16-2002, 12:55 PM||#1|
Member Since: Oct 2001
More Media Bias!
Two boys are playing hockey on a pond in a Denver suburb when one is viciously attacked by a dog.
Thinking quickly, the other boy takes his hockey stick, wedges it down into the dog's collar and twists, immobilizing, stunning and rendering the dog unconscious.
A reporter who was passing by sees the incident and rushes over to interview the boy. He starts writing in his notebook:
"Young Avalanche Fan Saves Friend From Brutal Dog Attack".
"But, I'm not an Avalanche fan." the little hero replied. The reporter replied, "Sorry, but since we're in Denver, I just assumed you were".
He starts over--- "Little Bronco Fan Rescues Friend From
Horrific Dog Attack"
The boy stopped him again saying, "I'm not a Bronco fan either".
"Well", said the reporter, "I assumed everyone in Denver was either for the Avalanche or the Broncos.
What team do you root for"? When the boy replies, "I'm a Flyers fan", the reporter starts a new sheet in his notebook---
"Little Bastard from Philly Kills Beloved Family Pet."
"If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man." - Mark Twain
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