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a French Bulldog Spazzing Out During Bedtime {Video}

465773_10100401928189892_1974875871_o_thumb By Ashley | August 20, 2012 | Comments (4)

Jack clearly loves his new bed privileges.



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I don't need top look up the word, I am fully aware of all the various meanings. You may have worked with those with CP, and in that case, you will know that those with the condition may lack certain physical abilities but have other valuable gifts. It isn't PCness, but there are other words with a more 'fun' connotation. Just sayin'.
My dog does something really similar to this when we're playing and he gets SUPER excited... So cute!
I appreciate your comment, and in no way intended to make any derogatory references towards anyone with special needs, especially cerebral palsy, of which I've worked I've worked very closely with in the past. That being said, the common use of the word is so far removed from that association in every use I've ever encountered with it, and 'spascisity' is an action that applies to more than just your condition. In fact, if you are to look up the word in popular and widely accepted dictionaries you'll find little to no reference to cerebral palsy, or, if you do ( which I haven't yet, as I did check to make sure I wasn't too far off base), it certainly won't be the primary use of the word. I apologize that my usage of words offended you and I will continue to be ever meta-cognizant and politically correct in my online endeavors.
Nice vid. I'd have 'liked' it - but was it really necessary to use the expression 'spazzing out' in the article. As someone with cerbral palsy, that's right, spasticity, I really don't appreciate the term. Yeh, I know it is in common use, but doesn't make it right.
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