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Old 09-05-2010, 03:44 PM   #21
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Holy crap you guys sound just as bad as him!
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Old 09-05-2010, 03:50 PM   #22
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I just watched Americas Most Wanted last night and a guy going over 130mph in a Corvette rear ended a 4dr. truck with a whole family aboard. Both parents lost a limb and changed their lives forever, it was a miracle they all survived and the driver of the Corvette (who was drunk by the way) casually walked away from the wreck to a bar where he called 911 to report his Corvette was stolen. He said it had push button start so the thief just stole it. LOL... Amazingly the cop knew u still needed the keys in your pocket for the car to start.
Long story short the drunk driver was arrested but the judge let him out on bail and no one has seen him since..
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Old 09-05-2010, 05:04 PM   #24
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So here is a thought to ponder. What would you do if you were following this Tahoe and watching this dog be dragged?

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i really cant tell you but for sure i wont be thinking a human in its place
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I would probably do the same thing these guys did to get him to stop. Get on the gas and pass him and force him to stop.

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I would probably do the same thing these guys did to get him to stop. Get on the gas and pass him and force him to stop.
I would do that and call 911 as well.
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I think I would force him off the road and my emotions would land me in a cell next to him. I don't do well and think out things when this crap happens. My wife is a Vet and it is sickening to see first hand the things people do to defenseless animals. Just plain sick. Personally, I would have no problem putting a bullet in someones who has this character'* head. It starts with animals, and quickly escalates to wife'*, children, and elderly. It'* not peculiar to me that these traits are common in people who go on to be mass murders.
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Well, It happened to my father.. His dog was tied in the back of the pickup and jumped out of the back while in motion. The dog strangled itself. It was horrible, and we all felt awful. I don't wish those feelings on anyone.
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I'd probably be sitting in the same jail cell as Venom. I don't tolerate animal cruelty of any kind and have a special fondness for dog'*.

I was out walking my mastiff one evening a couple of years ago and witnessed a person in our neighborhood kicking his dog because it wasn't doing what he wanted. I calmly tied my dog to the mail box and told the guy, "Here, let me show you how to make your dog behave" and walked toward him. The guy was actually expecting me to do something with his dog, and certainly didn't expect the kick in the back of his leg that crumbled him to the ground. He made an attempt to get up, and realized that it was not conducive to his health to try any further. I told him that he is welcome to call the police and swear a complaint of assault against me, and I will swear a complaint of animal abuse. He made the right choice and did nothing.

I helped him up and we chatted for awhile. I saw in him a person who was frustrated and not cruel. I ended up helping him with training his dog over the next few months and he and his dog wound up with a really good bond. He was the most apologetic and sincere person I've ever met.

I would not hesitate to intercede on behalf of another dog again.
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