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Pugs in the Park was disgusting

Before you could see them, you could hear it: that wet, phlegmy sound of air sucked into fatty passages made too tight through centuries of inbreeding. Of all the dog breeds, pugs are, bar none, the most grotesque, with their weird, punched-in ewok-looking faces and their constant breathing difficulty (which also, incidentally, makes them an excellent candidate for most worthless animal in existence. I mean, if you can't even draw a breath correctly, what business have you living? Riddle me that).

But with a little help from sadly misguided human intervention, plenty of them do go right on living, and at Pugs in the Park at City Park this weekend, they gathered.

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Jef Otte
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