My opinion exactly…

Q: Dear Critter Corner,

My dog Snort, a pug, always seems to be snorting and wheezing. Is it true that pugs have breathing problems because of their short snouts?

—Chester, age 9

A: Chester, while it is true that scientists used to believe the respiratory problems of pugs were a result of generations of selective breeding that led to abnormally short snouts, we now know pugs have trouble breathing because God doesn’t want them to live.

(from McSweeney’s)

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