Tuesday, August 7, 2007

The Dog-gone Truth

Want the doggone truth about your future? Then step up.

This little guy was apparently card-sitting for his medium, who must have been away in a trance. The scene is down in the French Quarter by Jackson Square.

--steve buser

14 comments:

Lavenderlady said...

Now this is funny! *Your future is going to the dogs. I see a pink poodle right around the corner."

Annie said...

You were quick with the camera here. That's a wonderful and provocative photo.

Rambling Round said...

Well, do you suppose the dog might be the medium?

Abraham Lincoln said...

I had this done once when I was speaking at a university in Washington state. I went to the home of the person who invited me, at Noon for lunch, and a group who came up from Portland, Oregon to hear me, one of them gave me a free reading. So far I have not got that wheelbarrow load of cash she predicted or saw in my future.

Brookville Daily Photo

Moi said...

haha!!!!!

elsa said...

hahaha! that's really funny! :-)

dr. filomena said...

Cool blog entry! Love it!

lv2scpbk said...

Funny. You might learn just as much from this dog as the reader. LOL.

lynn said...

he he he's cute! Not sure if i'd do this though. What if they tell you something awful? Think i'd rather be in the dark in that case. On the other hand, maybe my hand would have endless riches, success and a handsome prince... hmm....yeah right.

dr. filomena said...

This way just so very cute and got me thinking about my Chica.... so she is featured in my blog today.

See Chica

Thanks again for this pic, absolutely love it.

Jules said...

I would never get a dog to read my tarot cards - for sure he'd tell me my future was looking pawly!!!!

Jilly said...

How did I miss this gem?! Brilliant.

Marie said...

Very funny. But the poodle might be the medium :-)) Have you heard of that cat named Oscar that seems to be able to predict death?

http://www.webmd.com/news/20070725/cats-sixth-sense-predicting-death

Meg in Nelson said...

Oh, fantastic. Beautiful. Reminds me of Lucy from Peanuts.