1. Hoss - Adopted

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    from Illinois Humane / Added

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    Hoss has been adopted. Yay Hoss! Hoss is an adoptable pit-basset blend in Springfield, IL. He is the PERFECT addition to the family who would like to give the pit breed a chance, but has never owned one before. Hoss will have his family's heart at hello. This low key guy is very tolerant and supremely low key. Interested in adopting Hoss, please contact Illinois Humane at petadoptions@illinoishumane.org.

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    • Coronado Fall 2013

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      from Richard / Added

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      This is a vacation video of my 1 year old Basset hound named Bentley shot entirely on 4 Gopro Hero 2 cameras I built two specialized rigs for low level shots of Bentley's face and another steady shot DIY dual should mount DIY rig for the gopro. Vacation was shot around Coronado California and surroundings such as Balboa Park and Downtown San Diego. Bentley's travels can be found at www.facebook.com/thetravelinghound and www.thetravelinghound.com Thanks for watching

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      • Bessie Mae Eats an Ice Cream Cone

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        from Rick Mansfield / Added

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        Bessie Mae, a fifteen and a half year old basset hound, and I went to Dairy Queen where she had this ice cream cone. At the 0:45 second mark, the ice cream gets on her nose. At the 1:45 second mark, you can hear a passerby ask whether or not she is spoiled. As if on cue, Bessie looks at him quite incredulously. Near the end of the video, I try to wipe her face and nose, but she won't let me. This video was recorded on August 21, 2013 with an iPhone 5.

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        • Emma birdwatching

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          from Designing Fairy Cinema / Added

          Emma Lou is counting birds. Can you help her?

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          • The art of making music and a life worth living

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            from Julia Sumpter / Added

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            In his 66 years, Mike Dulak has been a carpenter, waiter, music teacher, orderly, fiddler, professional musician and baseball player – just to name a few. In his current incarnation, he's a mandolin maker. Since 1994, Dulak has been making and selling inexpensive mandolins from a two-story workshop he built in his garage. His commute is the 30 seconds it takes to walk from the house and through his wife's gardens to get to the workshop. His 6-year-old basset hound, Oliver, and his neighbor's dogs, Nala and Stripe, often join him on his journey. In the beginning, it was just Dulak and the garage. He started by attaching cheeky notes to his mandolins and sending them to unsuspecting dealers, asking them to try them out. The notes said things like, "Better to talk to us rather than those that build us." Soon he had customers. His company, now the The Big Muddy Mandolin Co., grew and eventually required more hands to fill the orders that were coming in from around the world. Dulak hired three full-time and two part-time employees to handle the workload of producing about a thousand mandolins per year. Now 66, Dulak has gone back to the beginning and downsized the business to just one employee – himself. It allows him the freedom to do what he wants. "I goof around with my dog, go fishing, play softball, play music and am a general nuisance to society," he said. He takes the dogs to the river to play "stick" with them, does some fly fishing, plays the guitar-banjo in his band The Boone County Tick Pickers and eats berries from his wife's garden. When he feels like working, he spends an hour or two on a mandolin. He keeps his life simple. He likes it that way.

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            • A Trip to Gnarnia (teaser)

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              from Ryan Ashford / Added

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              As daily (literal) exorcisms howl through the floorboards from the church beneath Gnarnia, folk/punk band Polyan and the Johnson Sisters answer in kind with a rock and roll congregation of their own. The standoff ensues, featuring the styles and personalities of a variety of other local bands and delinquent fans. A Visit to Gnarnia chronicles the simultaneously creative and destructive cultural rennaissance of a young generation struggling to assert their authenticity in a city overrun by social chameleons. The two remaining core members of Polyan and the Johnson Sisters, singer Jon De Carlo and drummer David Ruiz, were forced to exercise extreme tunnel-vision in order to complete their band’s first full-length album. Giving new meaning to resourceful they repurposed components from discarded household electronics to fabricate their own effects processors and utilized rudimentary recording techniques with a second-hand stereo reel-to-reel tape recorder. In order to concentrate on recording full-time, they moved into their concert venue (dubbed Gnarnia) above a Pentecostal church in South Central Los Angeles. While they successfully managed to produce the June LP, they completely lost sight of the upkeep and management of their once thriving live performance venue. Now with a toilet that rarely works, a shower that has become a urinal, thousands of square feet of hardwood holding up a small indoor landfill, and tension mounting in their ongoing standoff with the church downstairs; Jon and David must address the identity crisis of a perpetually fluctuating band lineup as their fresh recordings and outrageous live performances begin to attract attention.

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              • Pet-friendly fun on the Treasure Coast

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                from Christopher Arnold / Added

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                Meet Missy. She's your average, lovable basset hound. She lives in Port St. Lucie with her humans. They play in the yard, go for walks, the usual stuff really. But where else can they explore? Visit tcpalm.com/petfriendly for a few ideas of parks, beaches and other public spaces that are pet friendly. And share your own ideas, pictures and more via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #tcpalmsocial.

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                • Hound Dog - Slo Mo

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                  from draw&code / Added

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                  George the dog, in slow motion. He's such a droopy dog, we just couldn't help ourselves. Big thanks to Phil. Proud hound owner and it was his idea. Video : Andy Cooper Awesome music from Cid Rim. Drop on by your local digi-shop and buy his tunes if you like 'em.

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                  • Exploding Boy

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                    from Karl Uschold / Added

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                    2002, miniDV, FinalCut Pro, experimental film.

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                    • Bonnie Comes Home

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                      from Andrew Alonso / Added

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                      Picking up my Happy Hound after a week away

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