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September 14th, 2014

Hey guys. I'm so sorry I haven't been on, but sadly I won't be on much for a while. I have school and soccer everyday with no break from 6AM-6PM every day. Then with homework and my relationship, I have pretty much no free time. I will try to post more on the paper. 

So sorry!

-Para

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September 12th, 2014

New Breed Pictures

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Kuvasz

 

The breed originated in Tibet but developed into the breed it is today in Hungary. The name originally came from the Turkish word "kawasz" which means "armed guard of the nobility."

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Lakeland Terrier

The Lakeland Terrier is a dog which originated from England in the area Known as Lake District. The breed was bred to hunt with farmers to catch vermin and foxes  that threatened livestock. Th...read more.

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Lhasa Apso

The Lhasa Apso was only bred in Tibet, by the holy men and the nobles, for at least two thousand years. They were used as watchdogs in the temples and monasteries. The people of Tibet greatly respe...read more.

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Maltese

 

The Maltese was a breed owned by royalty and royalty only for about 28 centuries. They have always been about the same size as the breed is today. It is believed to have been developed in Ital...read more.

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September 7th, 2014

July's Writing Contest

It is now September 7th and the contest ended on the first. I wanted to list the winners.

Congrats to Blurry #75226 for winning first place and was given a 1 year upgrade.

I would love to list other winners but there was only one entry.

Congrats Blurry. I really liked your short story.

Winner's Feature

The forest was almost silent that night. The moon cast its cold light over everything in its path, just bright enough to see, but dark enough to be unsure of what you thought you were seeing. Snow had fallen that day, but it had become so bitterly cold that it had mostly hardened into chunks of solid ice.
It was here, in these frigid woods, that the child was slowly freezing to death.
She was no more than nine years old, a tiny, fragile creature. She wore what appeared to be rags sewn together, and they were no protection against the biting wind. She huddled up against a tree, seeking warmth that wasn't there, and her teeth began to chatter. It was a foreign sound to the wolf.
Hunger made her stomach rumble like thunder, but still she hesitated as she watched the girl. Her instincts were telling her to act quickly, before something else did, but she found that she was reluctant to do so. She was no friend to humans. The wolf had witnessed their cruelty firsthand, when they stole her pups and slaughtered her pack, but there was something different about this one, an innocence the others had not possessed. And, perhaps, the wolf saw something in the child that reminded her of herself.
For whatever reason, she could not bring herself to kill the girl. It would be an easy meal, as the girl was obviously too weak to put up much of a fight, but the wolf recognized that this was a young human, a pup, and she felt the need to protect her, to guard her as best she could.
The child suddenly coughed, and the wolf shrunk back, and then came forward again. The coughing went on for a few minutes, then it died off. The girl's breathing evened out as she fell asleep.
The wolf waited for a moment, and then began to slowly creep toward the girl. She would stiffen each time the girl stirred, but she kept moving at a steady pace, and eventually she was beside the child. She leaned down and sniffed her, then hesitantly laid next to her. The girl didn't wake, but she moved closer to the warmth of the she-wolf's body. The wolf flinched at her touch, but soon relaxed.
The wolf knew it wasn't much; if anything, she had only delayed the inevitable. However, the wolf felt as if it had to be done. She wanted to help the girl, and this was the only way she could think of. The child murmured in her sleep, and the wolf glanced down at her. She would watch over the girl tonight, and try and guide her to the village the wolf knew existed just outside of the forest. If she could get the child back to her own species, she knew that she would grow up learning that wolves were her enemy, and would probably be trained to kill them. Yet, she thought that maybe, just maybe, she would remember this and use it to try and change her people's minds. It was a small hope, but it was something to hope for, and that was enough.

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August 15th, 2014

Regarding The Messageboards

I wanted to apologize for not getting to it in a timely fashion. I've been struggling with some stuff back home and by Monday everything should be fine and back in order.

Now regarding the messageboards. If you see anything inappropriate please contact me in game or by email at bskgame.dee@gmail.com and I will get on it as soon as I can.

Messageboard Rules

I guess a reminder of the rules is in place for the messageboards.

  1. No swearing, vulgar language, harassment, threats, or any other kind of rude behaviour. Swearing includes typing the word with a period in it, typing a series of stars, writing the word backwards, spelling it wrong, etc.
  2. No posting of anything inappropriate. Kids do play BSK.
  3. No harassment in a private message. This includes sending them private messages when they ask you to stop, cussing or being rude.
  4. No bullying, calling people names, or posting any rude comments. This includes fighting with another person.
  5. No flooding whatsoever. Flooding is when you post the same thing a lot of times. This includes posting one letter over and over (ex: lllllllllllllllllllllll) or posting the same thing over and over again in different posts.
  6. Do not type in all capital letters or a mix of capital and lowercase letters. This symbolizes yelling, and it is also very hard to read.
  7. No advertising other games, or game related websites. This includes posting urls, asking for money, etc.
  8. Do not post music or links to any kind of music or video. This includes embedding files, or posting URLs.

If you see anyone breaking the rules on the messageboards please do contact me. Thanks

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July 29th, 2014

Doggy Dictionary

So I was looking around on the internet and I found something that was pretty cute and funny. It is called a Doggy Dictionary. Here are a few things with their meanings from a dog's point of view.

  • Leash - A strap that attaches to your collar, enabling you to lead your person where you want him/her to go.
  • Dog Bed - Any soft, clean surface, such as the white bedspread in the guest room or the newly upholstered couch in the living room.
  • Bicycle - Two-wheeled exercise machines, invented for dogs to control body fat. To get maximum aerobic benefit, you must hide behind a bush and dash out, bark loudly and run alongside for a few yards. The person then swerves and falls into the bushes, and you prance away.
  • Bath - If you find something especially good to roll in, humans get jealous and they use this degrading form of torture to get even. Be sure to shake only when next to a person or a piece of furniture.
  • Lean - Every good dog's response to the command "sit!" especially if your person is dressed for an evening out. Incredibly effective before black-tie events.
  • Children - Short humans of optimal petting height. Standing close to one assures some good petting. When running, they are good to chase. If they fall down, they are comfortable to sit on.

Some Doggy Jokes

What kind of dog can use the phone?
a Dial-Matian

Why are Dalmatians no good at "Hide and Seek"?
They're always spotted!

What's black and white and red all over?
an embarrassed Dalmatian

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