Another example of how relaxed it is here at my work...
Here's an example from our IRC chat...
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[11:11] <G1> "The dachshund is a short-legged, long-bodied dog breed belonging to the hound family. The standard size dachshund was bred to scent, chase, and flush out badgers "
[11:13] <G2> "...once flushed out the badger was known to tear the hound and owner asunder"
[11:13] <G1> Yerr.... right. Source?
[11:13] <G2> "...before retiring to a new set for some delicious grubs"
[11:13] <CountJhoc> ...and other burrow-dwelling animals, while the miniature dachshund was developed to hunt smaller prey such as rabbits. In the American West they have also been used to hunt prairie dogs.
[11:13] <G2> Wikipedia. In about 5 minutes.
[11:14] <G2> Or how about
[11:14] <G2> "Dachshunds are not bred to fight it and kill it. I don't know if you've actually ever seen a badger, but they are pretty big critters, with big claws that do a lot of damage"
[11:15] <G2> And of course such a reputable site can be trusted, more than your rampant badger-ism
[11:15] <G2> Next, you'll be claiming that foxes are cunning. Tish.
[11:16] <G1> yes.... but you only made a partial quote... I'll continue it, shall I? "I've never seen one alive, but did see the pelt of one at a NATC show." He'll be a real expert then...
[11:16] <G2> Pelt of a daschund he means. Obviously. He's never seen one alive as the badgers have hunted them to almost extinction.
[11:17] <P> Does it say anything about Dachshund's being immune to TB?
[11:17] <G2> No, flithy animals.
[11:17] <G2> ...and they're German. So, clearly inferior.
[11:18] <G2> Where were they in WW2? Cowering. Not like the proud British badger. Protecting our shores from Daschund scum.
[11:19] <G1> More dried frog pills for G2, please.
[11:20] <G2> G1: the badger-hero-denier.
[11:20] <G2> If it were up to me, that'd be a punishable offence. Treason!
I've dropped the names off, but you can see who is who.... BTW, "P" is our manager...