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Old 01-27-2005, 04:31 PM   #21
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ok i didnt think would stir up anything...its happened to me before...no biggie...

the thing you need to understand that it was in the middle of nowhere...it was some wild dog im sure...

and it wasnt just sitting in the middde of the road...it was running as fast as it could from the left side of the road aacross the road...so i hit it on its side...

the reaction time would have been faster than anyones drag racing slip, GUARENTEED

im not gonna report it, but ill check to see if its still there on my way to work
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Old 01-27-2005, 04:40 PM   #22
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gosh u guys are so fed up with the idea that he hit a dog that u didnt thing about what happend to his car
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Old 01-27-2005, 04:52 PM   #23
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well anyway its his loss because insurance doesnt cover anything unless a police report was filed and makeing a bogus police report is fraud
you think insurance would cover that lil crack? ha... no way

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gosh u guys are so fed up with the idea that he hit a dog that u didnt thing about what happend to his car
thank you...exactly why i posted it on a CAR forum, not a OMG I KILLED A DOG forum

whatever..im done...
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Time to simmer down a bit in here.
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best to keep post like this to yourself. have to think before you post and know what otherss will say regarding your thread.
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Old 01-27-2005, 06:08 PM   #26
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Maybe they shouldnt of had that dog outside in below freezing temperature anyways. All the dogs, cats, hamsters, turtles, frogs, fish I have owned, none of them escaped. And who knows, it could of been a stray, which only helped out the pet population, since most of them cary disease'* or parasites of some sort, which can easily be transfered to a house pet, I hate that so much. And when it comes down to it, its the owners fault.
what if the dog was useing the bathroom, or whatever regardless there is no remorse shown when you dont report it
well anyway its his loss because insurance doesnt cover anything unless a police report was filed and makeing a bogus police report is fraud
Isnt that the same as hitting a skunk, or opossum? im not too sure basic insurance covers hitting animals anyways,
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I'm glad to see you are alright dude. Hitting something that large could have easily caused you to loose control. Luck was on you're side that night.
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Old 01-27-2005, 07:51 PM   #28
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Poor dog HAHA Bonneville!!! Is there an ignore user feature on these forums?
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Old 01-27-2005, 08:36 PM   #29
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Maybe they shouldnt of had that dog outside in below freezing temperature anyways. All the dogs, cats, hamsters, turtles, frogs, fish I have owned, none of them escaped. And who knows, it could of been a stray, which only helped out the pet population, since most of them cary disease'* or parasites of some sort, which can easily be transfered to a house pet, I hate that so much. And when it comes down to it, its the owners fault.
what if the dog was useing the bathroom, or whatever regardless there is no remorse shown when you dont report it
well anyway its his loss because insurance doesnt cover anything unless a police report was filed and makeing a bogus police report is fraud
Not much of a loss on the car'* end, that can be plasti-welded in about 10 min.
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Frankly I find this funny: "Awww, the poor dog. " "Haha, stupid mutt! "

You know how many animals I've smoked in my day? I don't put notches in something. I never feel especially good, but when you are in a rural area you could spend hours looking for the owner. And frankly people should know if they let an animal run around unrestrained there'* the chance it will wander on the road. If he wanted to be really moral about the situation he'd get a gun, go back to the scene and make sure the thing is dead. When someone hit'* a deer and doesnt kill it you know what happens? A sheriff/deputy/cop has to put "one" in the head, and a 9mm isnt that big of a bullet.
And who can honestly say that they have never had their attention stray from the road? Even for a couple of seconds?
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