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No Really, The Dog Ate My Masters Tickets

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No Really, The Dog Ate My Masters Tickets

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No Really, The Dog Ate My Masters Tickets

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A Seattle man came home to discover that his dog had eaten his tickets to the Masters in Augusta, Ga. After the dog threw up, he managed to re-assemble the tickets. After all that effort, the Masters says they'll re-print his tickets anyway.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A Seattle man came home to a curious sight: little strings on his hardwood floor. They looked like the strings connected to his tickets to attend the Masters in Augusta, Georgia. The tickets were missing. His dog ate them. The man tells the Seattle radio station KJR that he looked up a safe way to make dogs throw up, and then reassembled the shreds of the tickets. After all that effort, the Masters says they'll just reprint his tickets, anyway. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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