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Bruce Rosenstock
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New Take on an Old Riddle by Bruce Rosenstock

December 7th, 2007 4:16 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: And so the Sphinx asked, "What has 4 legs in the morning, 2 in the afternoon, and 3 at night?" Most people know the answer. Document 3 seperate items or animals, one with 4 legs, one with 2 legs, and one with 3 legs at the appropriate times of day--none of which can be a human being.

In the morning of his life, DOG goes on four legs.


In the afternoon of his life, DOG lifts himself up and goes on two legs:


In the evening of his life, DOG goes on three legs:


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DOG on four, getting ready to hop on four wheels.

DOG on four, getting ready to hop on four wheels.

You gotta have faith.

You gotta have faith.

My name is Faith. Can you find my Christian website?

DOG on two legs

DOG on two legs

Praise the Lord, I can throw away the crutches! I can walk at last!

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posted by SF0 Daemon on December 7th, 2007 4:10 PM

This proof was un-submitted - any comments before this one are from before the un-submit.

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posted by The Vixen on December 7th, 2007 4:46 PM

Aww... how sad.

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posted by Bruce Rosenstock on December 7th, 2007 6:14 PM

The two-legged dog goes on inspirational tours and is the subject of an inspirational book (see The three-legged dog is a friend's. My friend insists that Cush is unaware of her disability. So, things are not so sad as they seem. DOG is happy.