Hahaha, oh my word! "The DOG?? You are named after the dog? HAHAHAHAHA." "I've got a lot of fond memories of that dog."

Hahaha, oh my word! "The DOG?? You are named after the dog? HAHAHAHAHA." "I've got a lot of fond memories of that dog."

Temple of the Dog: Chris + Eddie messing around on stage

Temple of the Dog: Chris + Eddie messing around on stage

Alguns imagines dos meninos  para você se iludir um pouquinho só..✨ P… #fanfic # Fanfic # amreading # books # wattpad

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Alguns imagines dos meninos para você se iludir um pouquinho só..✨ P… #fanfic # Fanfic # amreading # books # wattpad

The star Sirius and the nearby star cluster M41 caught on January 2, 2016 in Weatherly, Pennsylvania. - Photo by Tom Wildoner at LeisurelyScientist.com

The star Sirius and the nearby star cluster M41 caught on January 2, 2016 in Weatherly, Pennsylvania. - Photo by Tom Wildoner at LeisurelyScientist.com

Temple Of The Dog ..... lucky enough to have seen them at MSG (11/7) and in Seattle (11/20). It was sooooooo awesome!

Temple Of The Dog ..... lucky enough to have seen them at MSG (11/7) and in Seattle (11/20). It was sooooooo awesome!

So proud of our people in uniform & the dogs that also do there service to our country. God bless them all. God Bless America

So proud of our people in uniform & the dogs that also do there service to our country. God bless them all. God Bless America

The very noticeable constellation Orion the Hunter rises before dawn at this time of year, recognizable for the short straight line of three stars that make up Orion’s Belt. And the sky’s brightest star Sirius – sometimes called the Dog Star because it’s part of the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog – follows Orion into the sky at or close to dawn.

The very noticeable constellation Orion the Hunter rises before dawn at this time of year, recognizable for the short straight line of three stars that make up Orion’s Belt. And the sky’s brightest star Sirius – sometimes called the Dog Star because it’s part of the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog – follows Orion into the sky at or close to dawn.

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