This dog is so smart that he knows the difference between a walk and a bath. But while I can see why anyone would hate taking a bath, I just have to ask: don’t you have any self respect?! Nobody wants to be the smelly dog in the room. NOBODY.
Now here’s a way to walk your dog.
With The Bangles’ “Walk like an Egyptian” playing in the background, this cute little girl walks her dog in the most unusual way. While lots of dogs have mastered the upright position, I do have to say this dog’s walk is dainty enough for the queen’s approval!
We recently saw some awkward candid photos of Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone taking a stroll through New York on Sunday morning and I think we all know why they were so uncomfortable now: the pesky paparazzi. I’m sure there are a lot of bonuses to being a celebrity, but I don’t know if the loss of privacy is worth it.
Garfield approached one of the cameramen and very kindly asked him to turn off the camera. Of course, the cameraman is just doing his job and refuses but I can’t help but feel bad for the Spiderman star. The cameraman justifies his filming by saying “you chose the life of a celebrity” but I wonder how many actors actually choose the life of a celebrity.
Some people might say, “well, if they don’t like it they shouldn’t go on a walk.” But, really? I think they’re entitled to a short Sunday morning walk without a parade behind them.
The Google/Digg acquisition negotiations were going smoothly as of last Tuesday, and the two companies were in final negotiations in the $200 million range. However, by late Thursday or Friday, Google decided to walk away from the deal, according to techcrunch.com.
By the time Google had walked away from the deal, they had had already reviewed Digg’s technology and financial statements. The negotiations were in the ‘term sheet’ stage, by which point the buyer already has a very good idea of exactly what they are purchasing, according to techcrunch.com.
Two sources close to the companies said that an issue that arose during the technical due diligence was to blame for the breakdown of the deal. Another source indicated that the issue was more personality driven, and that Google decided Digg’s top team wasn’t a fit for the search engine enterprise, according to the article.
The deal appears to be dead, and is the latest addition to the long list of failed Digg acquisition deals, including Yahoo Inc. Techcrunch continues saying that when a company is ‘left at the altar’ of an acquisition deal, other buyers are typically hesitant to step up.