Sunday, November 16, 2008

Overcoming Barriers

I hear the humans always talking about barriers that they have to overcome.

Apparently woman have to overcome something called a glass ceiling. I would imagine that trying to overcome this type of barrier would be time consuming, after all, keeping a glass ceiling clean from leaves, bird poo and dirt would take up a lot of time. I imagine that a giant squeegee is necessary for that job.

There is also something called a race barrier, which I imagine has something to do with NASCAR and the driving around of cars on a circle. It be the whole gas crisis thing and justifying why its ok for some people to drive a bunch of cars round and round on a circle road going nowhere instead of saving that for humans to go to work and make enough money to buy their dogs livergreat.

There are all sorts of other barriers that humans must overcome, so I thought that I would use my superior intelligence to show them that barriers are very easy to overcome... if humans weren't so stupid.

You see a barrier, you find a way around it, then you sit there until the human notices you sitting someplace that you shouldn't be sitting, then you give that human a big ol smile, rubbing in the fact that you clearly are much smarter than they are... and you spend your precious time napping while they squeegee a stupid glass ceiling.

12 comments:

  1. Meeshka, you're a most clever girl! I'll bet your mom's jaw dropped a few centimeters when she saw you!

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  2. I see a stupid Dyson in that picture. Beware! Beware!

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  3. One more example of why you are our Queen! Nice job!

    Holly

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  4. You are just helping your human to be smarter.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  5. Nice of woo to demonstrate this for them. Do woo think they "got it"?

    No, me neither.

    woos ,
    Star

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  6. Well. I think this just goes to show that we are smarter than humans. They are feeble minded and we shouldn't bother with them. They do, however, hold the key to our food (opposable thumbs) so we will have to tolerate them for a bit longer.

    Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

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  7. Me's would think your human would appreciate the lesson on overcoming barriers. Noting works better than an example. Paws up!

    Levi

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  8. WOO WOO Meeshka

    You are smartest girl we know!!! Congrats to you overcoming the barriers!!!

    Hugs
    Thor and Marco Polo

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  9. We thought that was a great idea too until our humans started using double barriers. Has made it much more difficult, though not impossible.

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  10. Woo Woo Meeshka,
    Why is it dat wese always has to be learnin' our humans somethin'? You would tink dey would git it by now.

    Husky kisses,
    Biloxi

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  11. Anonymous5:02 PM

    if your humans were smart, they'd leave barriers off of every room they DON'T want you in and put barriers in the rooms they DO want you in... ;)

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