Office Politics: Nelson Cabot

Nelson Cabot was an obscure man, living an obscure life, in an obscure section of Northeast Atlanta. A man of certain habits, he arose each morning at five-o-clock sharp, prepared the same breakfast of toast, poached eggs, ham, and coffee, and shaved, showered, and dressed with the same military regularity he'd practiced since his stint … Continue reading Office Politics: Nelson Cabot

Choking Doberman: Not the Standard Myth

The other night I came in and discovered that my Doberman was choking. I rushed him to the vet who said he'd have to keep the dog overnight for observation. Still somewhat distraught, I headed back to my place. As I got there, the phone was ringing. I rushed inside and picked it up. It … Continue reading Choking Doberman: Not the Standard Myth