You ever look at the logo for Odd Dog coffee? By now, if you’re drinking it, and you’re reading this blog, you have probably ordered yourself a bag and gotten your free sticker.
The logo of Odd Dog Coffee, a yellow silhouette of a Jack Russell Terrier named Cody. He is one of the owners oldest and most loyal friends (I imagine.) I share the love of Jack Russell Terriers with Mr. Hancock, as I, too, fell in love with one, a puppy that I purchased from a farm in Southern Ohio back in 2003 when I was in college.
As a cinephile, I fell in love with Jack Russells as their proclivity for training had them as a popular option to be on film and television sets. From Milo in The Mask, Gene Hackman’s dog in Crimson Tide, Jack from The Artist, and most notably
The Man in the Hat and the Man who Used to Make Him.
A blog post by Dewey O'Neil
Senior Odd Dog Blog Writer
“The man is…nefarious.”
I feel infantile sometimes admitting that Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones Jr. was the first person I wanted to be since (1) he’s fictional and (2) the majority of my peers award their fathers with such an honor. To that point, I would concede the following: my father has done far more than Dr. Jones to assist and support me, but when I was six, I didn’t want to be the guy in the suit with the briefcase - I wanted to be the man in the hat with the whip.
Nonetheless, my Dad