I always get a kick out of reading quotes that can be interpreted in several different ways. One of the fascinating things about the human being is how 4 people could look at the exact same thing and see 4 different scenerios.
At the S-T Think Tank, I will periodically find a quote that is both interesting AND has the versatility of being interpreted different from several people.
Without further adieu... here's one for the noggin:
"If a dog will not come to you after having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience." -Woodrow Wilson-
I read that as; always carry treats with you. Kidding.I read it as dogs are incredibly loving creatures, yet have a sixth, seventh and even eighth sense at times. A dog that turns you away must sense a good reason not to come to you.
Thats my view.
WHAT SAY YOU on the interpretation of the quote?