They’re pretty darn impressive. Really Big. Having them; managing them requires Total, Unwavering Commitment.
And land. You need a LOT of land if you’re going to get into the bison business.
One thing you don’t have to do with bison is take them out for heeling exercises. Or work on their fence manners. They don’t have too many neighbors out walking THEIR leashed bison, practicing Polite Walking Behavior.
Just imagine a bison walking on a flexi-leash! That’s one sure way to have flexi-leashes banished for all time.
Maybe I’ll start a “banish flexi-leash club.” It’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to do it.
I could start a grass roots campaign. Hold meetings. Start petitions. Get a lot of folks
excited fired up about the bad influences of flexi-leashes.
Before you know it, we might have a political movement spread out clear across the country. I could even write a book about it. Which would get made into a movie.
Which would push two unknown actors into instant stardom. The next thing you know, they’d have their own reality TV show.
Then there’d be a Big Scandal that the rest of us would read about in People magazine as we sat in hair salons, waiting our turn, or we’d read the headline on True Confessions magazine while standing in the cashier line at the grocery store and we’d wonder where the line was between what was real and what was manufactured.
Because there is no real truth in Hollywood. It’s all smoke and mirrors designed around one simple concept. Making money.
What. You didn’t know that?
Come to think of it, making money was probably behind the whole flexi-leash thing. Somebody thought they could build a better mouse trap. So to speak.
So they did.
And dogs have been paying for it ever since. [gplus count=”true” size=”Medium” ]