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July 8, 2012
Happiness is a warm puppy, Charles Schulz says, and the pursuit of happiness is my right, the Declaration of Independence says, so does it logically follow that it is my right to pursue a puppy? If so, must the puppy be warm upon receipt in order to qualify? Or is it enough that the puppy have the capability for warmth, and thus I am legally bound, upon receipt of a chilly or room temperature puppy, to warm the puppy to a level of heat sufficient to render it undeniably warm in order to meet the requirements for my pursued happiness?