What If Dogs Ran the World?
by Uncle Henry
Publisher: KBN 2009
Number of pages: 48
Everyone knows that dogs are man's best friend. Plus everyone and their brother agrees that dogs are loyal, brave and kind to everyone including most relatives and all small children. Just imagine how much better the whole world might be, therefore, if we just let dogs run everything instead of politicians. Naturally, there would be a few operational changes and some minor adjustments. But could that be so bad?
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