Thursday, December 23, 2010

Dog smarter than many teenagers

Behold a dog with a 1,022 word working vocabulary. And unlike human students, the dog is keen to learn. Perhaps Antony Loewenstein should considering hiring the mutt as a tutor. Get the ball. See Sally run. And so on.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bloody hell what have you got against dogs Beck?

Imagine the time the poor hound would have to spend with the sub-primate "anti zionist" wink wink

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beck - I'm surprised you've stooped so low to take such a cheap shot. Our canine friends have every right to feel slighted to even be spoken of in the same breath as Loewenstein.

5:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the post should have been titled "dog smarter than Loewenstein; and writes original work"

7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe the dog isnt being silenced by an evil jewish cabal wink wink

Lowenstien is so brave

just like assange outsmarting all those CIA assassins

7:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He he he this is from Crikey

"Professor Douglas Kirsner, School of International & Political Studies, Deakin University, writes: Antony Loewenstein suspects that Australian SAS soldiers are committing war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. His evidence: a six year old article by Brian Toohey claiming that Australian soldiers are being clandestinely trained in assassination preparations, and, Loewenstein says with no evidence, that it’s gone beyond that. He makes allusions to US Phoenix operation during Vietnam and to such operations being carried out currently by the US, through Wikileaks. So what has this to do with Australia?

The evidence is nothing but the usual Loewenstein conspiracy theory innuendo. “Unspoken and unasked”, Australian soldiers are involved in “preparations for assassinations”. When Crikey (i.e., Loewenstein) contacted national security reporters, they knew nothing about it. Sounds sinister? Sally Neighbour’s Monthly cover story mentioned little about illegal activities. (Still more sinister — what are they hiding?). Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Mark Thomson knew nothing about it and thought it a silly idea anyway. (It must be true then). Ben Saul from the University of Sydney knew nothing of any such activities of Alliance Base. (Therefore true) If it were true, then that would be bad, etc., etc.

There is a credibility gap here, but it lies with Loewenstein and Crikey. This appalling investigative journalism is not even fit for your rumour bin. Israel-obsessed Loewenstein has crossed the line with outrageous allegations about our defence forces, based only upon innuendo and far-left conspiracy theories."


5:15 PM  

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