In This Episode: This is a story about a dog. Dogs may or may not have Uncommon Sense, but how its owner reacts to a dog might be an interesting indicator of their thinking ability. You’ll get what I mean pretty quickly.
I was amused by the story of “Knickers” — I saw it online, but decided the “giant cow” story wasn’t really worthy of True …and then saw it again and again and again and again! (see photo below).
There’s an interesting update on two stories from last week’s issue (just Premium: the stories weren’t in the free edition), which brings up a huge question: when celebrities/star athletes are convicted of a heinous crime, what should become of their past accomplishments?
I know a story this week will raise eyebrows, so I’m posting it here so there’s a place to explore it a bit in the comments. Let’s start with the story, from the 9 October 2016 issue:
One of the things I like about being on the rural side of Colorado is the frequent wildlife sightings. Bunnies and jackrabbits are common. On our property, we’ve also seen coyotes, deer, elk, a badger(!), a bear (alas, only my wife saw that one), prairie dogs, eagles (both Golden and Bald), vultures, foxes, and while we didn’t see the animal, we’ve found mountain lion tracks here.
A few comments about this week’s lead story, about the encounter between a bear and a Colorado woman. If the location sounds somehow familiar, it’s because that’s where I live.
Episode #45: Howling Mad — from True’s 12 April 2009 issue.
Episode #43: So She’s Loadin’ Up the Truck for a Move to Bev-er-lyyyyy — from True’s 29 March 2009 issue.
I just love my job. Even though I “have to” work Sundays, I really have a gorgeous view out my window, and I sometimes see the most amazing things.
Episode #36: That’s no Lady, That’s… from True’s 8 February 2009 issue.
Episode #31: “Women’s Parts” from True’s 4 January 2009 issue.
Episode #9 : Head Out For Dinner. From True’s 3 August 2008 issue.
I challenged the several PETA defenders who complained about my story and/or editorial (which is on the main PETA story page) to try to justify PETA’s actions. Which fact(s) did they dispute? What is their source for “more correct” data? And how can anyone justify throwing dead animals in the garbage? I noted that no one replied with answers to those questions.
Episode #8: Got a Light? From True’s 27 July 2008 issue.
The first episode from True’s revamped series.
Episode #1: Don’t Try To Understand Em’, Just Rope, Throw and Brand Em’. From True’s 6 June 2008 issue.
Another example of a photo really adding to a story. From True‘s 25 June 2006 issue: