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    Default Doug Seus, sensor extraordinare



    One of the types of Sensors I admire most are those who can connect deeply with animals. It requires being 'in the moment' with heightened sensory awareness. Those who can accomplish this complex communication task are geniuses of a distinct sort, imo. Doug Seus is one of those people. There are a variety of others worth linking to in this thread. Enjoy...

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    What is the image supposed to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    What is the image supposed to be?
    You can't see it? hmmm

    It's a picture of Seus with his big grizzly bear, Bart. They are laughing and rough-housing. It's the same pic you see when you click on the link.
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    I see "image hosted by Tripod", with some circles (So probably a bad link of some kind.)

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    Here's another one, Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer. ESTJ do you think?




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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    You can't see it? hmmm

    It's a picture of Seus with his big grizzly bear, Bart. They are laughing and rough-housing. It's the same pic you see when you click on the link.
    Bart!!!

    I miss Bart.

    I just watched The Edge the other night. I love that movie -- David Mamet script, talented acting... and a very accomplished, very terrifying, very LARGE bear.

    (What more could one want?)

    Seus is pretty amazing.
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