I have a little Yorkshire Terrier, Guinness. He loves to play "fetch the monkey". I will throw his stuffed monkey into as hard to find spot as I can. He will work tirelessly until he finds his monkey. When Guinness is challenged with a good monkey search, I know of no better description than "he works very hard". Sweeney claims to have worked hard for his PWU degree. If that is sufficient then I believe that Guinness deserves a PWU PhD in monkey searchology. P.S. Guinness's search methodology is not really very impressive even though it is very cute. He will typically run hard between the normal places looking in those same normal places over and over. The longer he goes without finding his beloved monkey the more frequent the breaks where he comes running up to me and pleads for hints. A hint consists of me screaming at him, "Get your monkey!" and then to wave my arms towards the general vicinity of his favorite toy. Now he will add the new hiding place to his mental list of normal hiding places once he finds it so, it is getting very difficult to stump him with a new place. The whole time he is running very fast and working very hard, though.