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Street dogs wreck the halls

Street dogs wreck the halls


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Street dogs wreck the halls, but the one dog who does all the work

At the end of the hallway, in a corner of the courtyard, there is a metal grate. A big metal grate, like the kind you put up to close up a garage door. There is a dog living under the metal grate. His name is Jack.

“It’s really cold under there,” says a young man named Jack who works here. He’s standing by the grate, looking down at the dog. “It’s like a freezer.” Jack is from a nearby town, he says, and so he does not own a coat. “I’ve never been under there before,” he says. “I’m not really worried about it. It doesn’t really bother me.”

Jack is being friendly. He wants the dog’s company. So the dog will get his company, though the dog will not know he is getting company, since the dog cannot see. But Jack is good at looking, and so Jack can look under the metal grate and see that the dog is not the only thing under there.

The metal grate is one of the walls of the metal box in which the dog lives. The box is not the box that a man puts his dog into when he goes out. It is a different box. It is a box with a man inside it. A man with a dog in it. A man with a dog that lives in a metal grate.

The dog is inside the box. He cannot see out. He does not have a house to come back to. The only reason he has a home is because he lives in a metal box. The only reason he is not outside of his metal box is because the man inside the box is not ready to take him outside. The man inside the box is not ready to take the dog out because the dog cannot go.

The man inside the box has gone out and the dog is all by himself. It is just him and the man. They are all alone together. So the man gets a hammer and the man drives the hammer down through the metal grate and into the box where the dog is. Then the man lifts the hammer and the man goes back to work, and the dog has company agn.

But now the man will be ready to take the dog outside. Now he will get his coat and he will take his dog outside. Now he will take his dog for a walk.

So the man gets his coat and he puts it on and he walks out into the courtyard, and the dog is with him.

Now they are outside.

A lot of people walk by the courtyard and they look in, they think that this is some sort of weird place, this courtyard with the metal grate and the man in the box and the dog in the box, and the dog that is not out, and they look and they smile.

They look and they smile because they want to help. They want to see if they can help.

So they go closer to the metal grate and they ask the man about the dog.

“What’s his name?”

“Jack,” says the man.

“Does he need a leash?”

“No,” says the man.

The man doesn’t know that the dog doesn’t have a home. The man doesn’t know that the dog cannot come home. The man doesn’t know that the dog will be out when he is ready.

He just knows that the dog will be out.

He wants to help. So the man tells him, and the man tells him, and the man shows him the big metal grate.

“There’s a dog in there?”

“Yeah,” says the man.

“What’s his name?”

“Jack,” says the man.

“Oh,” says the man.

And they smile, and they walk away.

“What does he do?”

“He doesn’t have a home,” says the man.

The man gets back inside the metal box.

Jack wts in his box.

He wts for the man to open up the metal box. He wts until he hears the man’s feet on the sidewalk outside. He wts until he hears the man saying, “Jack,” and he wts for the man to step on the metal grate. And then he wts for the man to pull up his leg and pull off his boot and lift up the metal grate, and then he wts for the man to bend down and put his arm down through the metal grate. And then he wts for the man to lift him up out of his metal box, and then he wts for the man to lay him on the ground. And then he wts for the man to take off his coat and put it around him and lay his head down on the coat. And then he wts for the man to stand up, and then he wts for the man to start walking.

Then he walks down the hallway with the man’s big coat on him, and he looks at the man walking and he thinks about when the man will take him out into the sunshine. He knows the man is going to go outside and take him out. He knows when the man will take him out because the man is going to pull him up by his leash and put him on his feet, and then the man is going to get his leash and he is going to say, “Jack,” and Jack is going to come running out of the metal box to see who is calling, and then the man is going to say, “Wt, Jack,” and the man is going to put his leash in his pocket and then he is going to take off his coat and then he is going to stand there wting until


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Comments:

  1. Dorg

    True to the answer

  2. Nemuro

    I confirm. And I ran into this.

  3. Leathan

    Dictate please, where can I read about this?

  4. Dudley

    There is something in this. I agree with you, thanks for the explanation. As always, all ingenious is simple.



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