I Do see your point about noise, but I think movement is necessary to some extent. Anything can be taken too far, anything can be used some. Speaking of critique, too hard of critique if it's too hard becomes aggression and defense mechanisms from pride are the result - and the dog subject gets lost. Dogs are so sensitive a subject, I'll never forget the life and death struggle I had about one of mine online until I looked out the window literally while calling for a plane ticket I barely had money for. I was going to fix someone's wagon and end a war after all his insults. There was Viper, she was noble and standing tall sniffing the air, beautiful, swelling me with pride as I watched. Then she reached down and ate a big ol pile of shit, her own fresh vintage, no less. And I cracked up laughing and I decided I wasn't fighting anyone over dogs anymore. But I know how people can be sensitive to harsh critique, I was because it was hurtful after so much sacrifice. I got off subject, thanks again, Nephew.
E-Dog - 2012 WPBTCA National Championships
The time when screech owls and Bandogges howl and spirits walk and ghosts break up their graves.
Act I, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's "King Henry VI"