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Man bites Dog

Saturday, 26 July 2008
Wise man once say: "If a dog bites a man it is sad for man, but not a story. But if a man he bites a dog, then this is news!"


Spotted in Friday's Telegraph.

1 comments:

Rhoda Buchanan said...

Was biting the dog really the best way for the boy to defend himself? Why not kick the dog, or punch it, or hit it with a stick? And did the poor boy catch anything nasty? And if biting a dog is so newsworthy, why has it only made nib-form in The Telegraph? Think again, 'wise man'.

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