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Lance Kinzer
State Representative
State Representative Lance Kinzer

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Mary Pilcher Cook
State Senator
State Senator Mary Pilcher Cook



Browser the Dog
2002-2011

"We ought to get a puppy," said the Lady of the house.
"The other dogs are a little older now and a puppy would keep them active." She was certain. So she started thinking about where to find the right puppy and what kind of dog it should be.

Not long before she had been on a ski trip and had taken her existing dogs along, staying in a pet-friendly motel. That led to discovery of a magazine about pet-friendly hostels, and the magazine had an ad about the Petfinders web site. So she went there.

Up popped "Duke," available from a rescue group near Colorado Springs, where she was visiting. Duke was an Austrailian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) mix, only about six weeks old. And, of course, he was charming.

She told the Man of the house to call the rescue group. She met Duke the next day, they fell in love, etc.

"I found him on the Internet so I'm going to call him Browser," she said.
"Won't they think you mean 'Bowser'?" she was asked.
"Maybe. But Browser it is."

So Duke became Browser and he co-rules (with an Australian Shepherd named Trooper) a home of many wonderful pets, and they are all testimony to the wonderful work of animal rescue groups everywhere.

With that solid jaw and those raised ears, he is sometimes called Batman. And sometimes he's called the Duke of Browser, just for old times sake. But mostly he answers to Browser. And what better name for a business creating affordable web sites than to play on words again with Browsersites.com?


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