QUOTE: Its one thing to describe what Cesar doesas I do in my articlebut quite another to see him in action. Im not sure that I would lump him in with the more marginal experts we now see on TV. I actually think that he possesses a profoundly fundamental gift, which is the ability to create order from chaos. Thats one of the most important skills any human being can have. ENDConnie Sutherland said:Why is he unique? Here are some hints:
AH-HAHAHAHAHA! Did they lie down like Cartman, belly up, when you wrestled them to the floor?Woody Taylor said:So out I was out East this week, facilitating this meeting that was big-time complex in terms of science and tech...it was a bunch of folks with EE doctorates and Physics doctorates...and me . And I was leading them through some project issues they were having.
Around mid-afternoon, a couple of the guys in back went off on a sidebar discussion with each other, and started to distract me and the rest of the group. I didn't realize what I was doing until I did it, but I started "TSSST!"ing them. :lol: :lol: :lol: AND IT TOTALLY WORKED. They both looked up, like, "what the hell?" and were dead silent. HAH.
Woody Taylor said:Well, Connie, I saw something today that either gives me faith in our nation's future dog trainers or makes me think teenagers watch too much South Park........
this teenager had a nose piercing. small world!Sarah Hall said:My fiance tried to do the "TSSST" thing to Carbon right in his face, and was millimeters from getting his nose pierced with sharp puppy teeth
I guess it runs in the same family as making weird breathing noises (such as breathing in sharply or making a sound like a hiss) or blowing in the pup's face when he's playing with his tug.