Thomas Peterson for Mayor

Anoka needs a new mayor. As a French Bulldog, I feel I am suitably qualified. I know how to sit, shake hands, and, in an emergency, play dead. Additionally, I promise that I won't roll over on any issue.

On a Lighter Note

Friday, November 10, 2006

A dog friend sent me this funny comic. If it weren't for the curly tail, I'd swear this was a picture of me.

toothpaste for dinner


Anonymous Della said...

Annie, my roommate, told me you lost the elections. That can't be all bad since you can sleep instead of being on the campaign trail.

My mom wants to put up a READ THIS OK sign in our house that says ... "Don't talk baby talk to Della or she will pee on the floor!"

Hi, my name is Della. I've hijacked my roomie's blogroll to introduce myself and our new site together.

Blogger Thomas Peterson said...

Thanks for the comments, Della. I have been enjoying the freedom of a careless, campaign free life, but I've learned a lot from my mistakes and will begin planning for next year soon!

Blogger Justin said...

Hey a nice one. why are your recent posts??
check out my post on

take care

Blogger Ayatollah Mugsy said...

Have you given any thought to a 2008 presidential run?

Blogger Thomas Peterson said...

Mugsy, I have appointed an exploratory committee to determine the feasibility of a presidential run, but the results so far have been less than promising. Apparently, America isn't ready for a president of French origin in this time of heightened military engagement.

Blogger Forest Dogs said...

Hi, I'm on a quest to find blogging dogs, peace-loving dogs for next week's "Dona Nobis Pacem"

Peaceglobe day...(the cats have overtaken the movement so far!!)

Please join!

Thank you.

Blogblast for Peace
6th June 2007

(If you do 'Wordless Wednesday' a Peaceglobe would be fantastic!)

Blogger Balboa said...


I see you haven't posted in a while. I found your site on DWB. I wanted to know how your election went. DId you win????

Blogger Thomas Peterson said...

Alas, balboa, I did not win. Those recent presidential debates have whetted my political appetite, though. It may be time for me to start my campaign plans for '08.

Blogger jude said...

ahem, where the heck of darn have you been, mr.peterson? and why have you stopped blogging?!?!
your former almost campaign manager

Blogger Turbo the Sibe said...

Ha woo!

Blogger lildogomine said...

Peeing on the floor is better than peeing on the furniture, no one should complain. Anyhowl I found that site we were talking about

Anonymous invisible fence said...

I think it's nice that you've titled this Spirit Animal. Wasps really have a lot of power, they can help our crops grow better, they can help us get rid of other pests, and now science is finding so many medicinal uses derived from them. Wasp Power is right!

Anonymous pet containment systems said...

I've been searching the internet and I stumbled upon your website. A lot of the things I've read on it so far sound like what our trainer says and it seems like you really understand and know dogs. My question is, do you agree with our trainer? She says that he is too dangerous to have in our home with our children (ages 9, 4, and 1), that putting him outside would be cruel because he's a pack animal (which I totally agree with), and that giving him away could be dangerous to another owner or even our dog. She also told us that he may never bite us or our children, but if it were her dog, she would have it put down, just because of the possible risk. She said she knew it was hard to hear, and it is ... which is why I'm asking what you would do - would you ever suggest putting a dog down in this type of situation? I would truly value your opinion and appreciate you taking the time to read this and hopefully reply.


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