Lend a hand to the Scottie News

Caleb 14-06-06, originally uploaded by LLeufer.

Faithful readers and — what the heck! — not so faithful ones too, would you like to help out the Scottish Terrier and Dog News?

If you have a website or a blog, all you have to do is link to us because the more links we have, the more Google respects us and, the higher we rank in Google, the more readers we get, and the more readers we get, the more credibility we have and the more likely it is we’ll achieve world dog publishing dominance. So, please, if you can, link to us. In return, we’d be glad to link to you. Just leave your URL in the comments or send an e-mail to scottishterriernews@gmail.com Thanks in advance from the Scottie News.

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5 thoughts on “Lend a hand to the Scottie News

  1. Does anyone know of a website with a photo of the WW2 Memphis Belle crew mascot who was a scottie named Stuka?

  2. Sorry this took so long – only just stumbled across your question today … (2011, vice 2008 when you asked it …)

    Photo is named “PopAndStuka” – I’m not sure how many Scotties there were named “Stuka” … but I’m crosschecking the crew names to see if this jives …

    Yup – this photo includes the name “S/Sgt Nastal”, and I’d actually guessed it was a “Waist Gunner’s” position on a B-17 – Tony Nastal is listed as the Right Waist Gunner of the Memphis Belle (Deceased 2002)
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Popandstuka2web.jpg

  3. Doh! – don’t ya just HATE it when you press “Enter”, but then … sigh … anyway – turns out the guy in the photo is actually the Memphis Belle’s co-pilot, Jim Vernis (Deceased 2003) – photo origin is described thusly: {Information |Description=Jim Verinis with his wartime Scottish Terrier ‘Stuka’ |Source=*8th Air Force Photographers |Date=1943 |Author= |Permission=AP |other_versions= }
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Popandstuka2web.jpg#filehistory

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