Charles Clanton Rogers

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Here is the August 29 invitation to potential participants: The new thread: Animals we love; observations, anecdotes, pictures or videos.
Submitted on 2015/08/29 at 11:27 am
A suggestion to make The Blogger’s GPS more attractive. Why not start a blog post (“thread”) entitled “Articles & videos we want to share” (or something like that)? In the comment field, the “members” provide a URL to an article or video they have found fascinating and breath-taking. As it is now, tips of articles and/or videos are scattered like autumn leaves in our gardens. Not so easy to find or “revisit” if you wanted to.”

August 29, 2015  “Thread”: Articles, pictures and videos to share about animals we love.

I will start a thread with my favorite post from my friend, Laura Grace Weldon: Anthropocentrism  (here is the link)

6 thoughts on “Blogger’s GPS – Global Positioning Symposium – August 29, 2015

  1. bbnewsab says:

    I need something to cheer me up tonight. So I choose this marvelous video, in which some pets – one cuter than the other – perform the Christmas song Deck the Halls.

    Hope you like as much as I do.

    Here’s the link:


    1. clanton1934 says:

      The animal Christmas video is great. I will try and post it on Blogger’s GPS

      Liked by 1 person

  2. bbnewsab says:

    Yes, I know it’s not Christmas yet. But I must share also this video: .

    My favorite part comes at around 35 secs, when Gemma the Dog misses her apperance and the director orders her to try again.

    This is irresistibly hilarious. So forgive my reminding you of Christmas already tonight. But I really need to compensate for the sad news earlier today that Dr. Oliver Sacks has passed away. (I just checked my own article archive on my computer, and found that I have no less than 48 posts by, with or about Oliver Sacks and/or his books.)

    Even in my home country, Sweden, this news about his death found its way to the news desks.

    I dare say that Oliver Sacks was loved and admired all over the world (at least in countries where education and educated people are highly valued).


    1. clanton1934 says:

      I just published your link. Did it ccome through?


  3. bbnewsab says:

    Yes, the link can be seen on that blog (post) to.

    But why do you call that blog post Animal Vodeo Supplement?

    Do you maybe mean Animal Voodoo Supplement? :o)

    Now I must leave your so lovely blog, Karl. See you again tomorrow!

    Wish you a fine Sunday evening! Europe is already closing down at this time of the day.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. clanton1934 says:

      I corrected the spelling


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