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I was just going to make the wrong move and my dog Caleb came over put his paw on my hand, moved the mouse and I got it right. Figure that one out. Was it a stoke of luck or a stroke of genious. He has barked at me many times when I was just going to move, each time I have gone ahead with my move and it was a losing move. Is there a lesson here ???
LESSON: Dogs can live upto the level of human intelligence and thinking.
u guys r a trip!
jeez give harder ones..
quite an easy one...
OH boy that was a easy one
Indeed too easy.
I like it!
easy but in difficult position earlier
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