I have no idea what anyone is talking about. Not a clue.
Here's a picture from a week ago.
That picture is SO TOTALLY DIFFERENT from a picture from this morning...
Different light, different frisbee, and much more head snappage from
And that picture is WAAY different from a picture just taken yesterday...
Here the clever observer will notice that 1) it is snowing (which is very different from the previous two pictures), 2) I am covered in said aforementioned snow, and 3) this picture is taken at a totally different angle from the other pictures.
So there. All of these pictures are not "exactly the same."
So they contain the same subject matter. So what? Take a basic art history class and tell me how many different versions of "The Madonna and Child" you see. Yep, if that subject matter never gets old, then why should "Dogs with Frisbee" ever get old? (And yes, that CRACK you just heard was me being struck by lightning.)
I therefore present to you more variations of 'Dogs with Frisbee'.
Thus, I would suggest that our pictures are not all exactly the same. Q.E.D. (Which is Latin for 'So there'.)
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus
**Apparently, the statement about the pictures all looking exactly the same came from Granny, who has a reputation for saying, "Grandpa says..." when Grandpa has said nothing of the sort. So take that all with a grain of salt.