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I’m always fascinated by how the media moves a story. The latest seems to be the Dog Whisperer… this story has legs… First it was Malcom Gladwell in the New Yorker and this morning it was The New York Times… Where next… The story is on the move…

What is interesting is how different the stories are. Malcom’s is a critique – balanced and thoughtful. The New York Time, more of a puff piece.

Either way, Gabby is beyond training. Although I am certain she is working on training us.

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  1. By Keith O’Brien on May 26th, 2006 at 7:14 am

    Ditto Oprah

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