Queen Anne’s County’s Famous Guilty Dog

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The world’s most famous guilty dog, Denver, lives in Millington, Maryland — just five miles from my river house in the same county. Very cute clip done by owners Mali and Brenda Vujanic.
When my dogs get into stuff they shouldn’t, they are completely duplicitous and act as if nothing at all happened. Oakley nailed 18 Krispy-Kremes one morning and left the box on the counter as neat as could be — box top closed. My mother-in-law blamed me for eating all the donuts as Oakley didn’t look guilty about it at all.
— Steve Clemons

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13 comments on “Queen Anne’s County’s Famous Guilty Dog

  1. Paul Norheim says:

    To the dog lovers/owners on this blog – have a look at these pictures:
    http://www.martinusborne.com/index.php?page=projects&pid=19&p=11

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  2. DonS says:

    OT – “Wingnut Pastors, Hate-Filled Soldiers, and a Scandal Greater than Abu Ghraib”
    http://firedoglake.com/2011/04/02/wingnut-pastors-hate-filled-soldiers-and-a-scandal-greater-than-abu-ghraib
    Been thinking. If a notable blog guy wanted to take up another cause, perhaps addressing the many perverse and, in some instances, really ugly ramifications, “American exceptionalism” might be a worthy focus. What is more fundamental to the artificiality of American politics and policy than this overriding shared delusion?

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  3. IndigoE says:

    My sister sent this clip to me…. one of most expressive dog faces
    EVER!

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  4. IndigoE says:

    My sister sent this clip to me…. one of most expressive dog faces
    EVER!

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  5. DakotabornKansan says:

    Cat Proximity
    http://xkcd.com/231/

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  6. Paul Norheim says:

    True animal friends demand a clip where the dogs get a cruel and well deserved revenge on their guilt
    inducing owners – something equivalent to this (in response to the infamous woman-dumps-cat-in-bin
    video):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecLlAeovKVE

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  7. DakotabornKansan says:

    Miracle tsunami dog rescue
    Remarkable footage of Japan’s coast guard rescuing a dog yesterday drifting on a rooftop off the country’s coast, three weeks after a tsunami ravaged the northeast.
    Also,

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  8. Kathleen says:

    Chris Matthew has been on a special assignment in Israel. This was announced the other night by Chuck Todd who is sitting in for Chris on Hardball. At first I was excited that Matthews maybe breaking the silence barrier on MSNBC and other MSM outlets on what is really going on over there. I have in person approached him about the silence on MSNBC at the Libby trial and at the Dem convention in Denver. Some of us have continued to push Chris and others to move on this critical issue since the internet has really opened up the issue to real debate based on real facts. Although some so called progressive blogs have real blog clogs on this issue. Crooks and Liars closed down. Jane Hamsher and her moderator Rayne over at Firedoglake ran the topic off of that blog. So much for open debate.
    Anyway have been thinking about Chris Matthews recent history covering or not covering this issue. He did not touch the Goldstone Report. Not even a whisper. Along with Rachel Maddow, Keith Olberman etc

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  9. Kathleen says:

    My bet is Denver and Macy.

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  10. Dan Kervick says:

    Yes, that video is funny at first. But then it becomes sadistic and hard to watch.
    And who left the cat treats out where the dog could get them?

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  11. PissedOffAmerican says:

    “My mother-in-law blamed me for eating all the donuts as Oakley didn’t look guilty about it at all”
    Did you check your in-law’s teeth for crumbs??? Sounds to me like Oakley and you coulda used a lawyer.
    BTW…….
    If we’re so concerned about the lives of foreigners in far off lands, how come we aren’t raising a stink about the thousands of Japanese citizens that the Japanese government has SACRIFICED by refusing to evacuate those in the ACTUAL zone of contamination? It wouldn’t be because of the unfavorable light that would be cast on the nuclear energy industry, would it??
    Questions….
    Have you noticed the difference in media presentations this last week? Hundreds of repetitive “packaged” releases of Fukushima news, making independent stories and analysis much harder to find?
    On another note, I’m back to the Glenville jobsite this morning, looking at over 100 bucks in gas to get to work.
    I see the Pentagon has proposed spending $600,000 on a sculpture of a gurgling toad with a fairy riding on its back.
    http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-whispers/2011/03/31/pentagon-art-600000-gurgling-toad-sculpture
    I would like to take this moment to offer Nina and my services to the managers of the 700 million dollar project in Alexandria that is so neccessary to our nation’s defense. We will do the toad for a mere $300,000, and even throw in TWO fairies, one under the toad, and one on top. But unlike Ms. Foster’s proposed sound effects, our toad will bray surrealy with an authentic reproduction of the sounds associated with a jackass, and include realistic moans of ecstacy emanating from the two animated and enthusiastic fairies.

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