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Mark Hoppus Releases New Song on ‘Dog Songs’ Compilation

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Sep 6, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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    Mark Hoppus has a new song called “Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven (National Lampoon’s Vacation)” on the compilation Dog Songs. Proceeds from the sale of this release will be donated to ASPCA to help the dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey.

     
  2. youwontknow

    If I smile with my teeth, bet you'd believe me

    Bought dis! For them poor lil woofs!! Go save 'em all for me ASPCA please!!
     
  3. DooDooBird

    Trusted

    Man, this is the closest thing to old Blink I've heard in a long time.
     
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  4. CyberInferno

    Line below my username Supporter

    This song is a jam for sure. I like the Nerf Herder track too. I wish there were more punk tracks on this album.
     
  5. jorbjorb

    Trusted

    My dog approves but my cat says it sucks. I think it's an ok song. Thanks Mark!
     
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  6. crunchprank

    crunchprank.net Prestigious

    Before purchasing, please don't forget that the ASPCA euthanizes.
     
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  7. Serenity Now

    deliver us from e-mail Supporter

    He got one thing right: "‘80s Chevy Chase was rad"
     
  8. bmir14

    Regular Supporter

    What is your suggested alternative to "a last-step, end-of-the-road option to spare animals hardship and suffering"?
     
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  9. crunchprank

    crunchprank.net Prestigious

    In case you're not asking this question sarcastically, look into hospice and palliative care - there are options for both humans and animals. If you are asking this sarcastically, I'm not here to debate - I simply wanted to point out to users what the organization does so they can decide if they want to contribute or not.
     
  10. bmir14

    Regular Supporter

    Hospice and palliative care are extremely expensive, both for humans and animals. It wasn't a sarcastic question, and i'm not looking to get into an ethical debate with you, but there comes a point where there's mercy in euthanasia... especially for a sick animal that can't understand what's going on and is contained to a crate.... and especially when only used as a last resort.