Doga - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

No more stories about our faltering economy until we deal with this forthwith:

In doga poses, the dogs look a lot like they do when they loll about and appear to be happy. It’s no coincidence, Storm says, that a common yoga stretch for people is called “downward-facing dog.”…

The most important part of doga is spending quality time together. Doga helps dogs and people bond, Storm says, because they have to focus on each other. No TV or video games. No homework worries. Just you and your dog stretching and relaxing.

I’m surprised. You’d think this would be the ripe opportunity to say that the reason kids and dogs should stretch for fun is because there’s no TV to watch now that the house has been lost in a foreclosure.

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