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Friday, September 27, 2013

Smoke and Mirror Show



The adorable qrstu, rocks da hot pink bob with her emotional support  Pibble, Twinkie.

O.K., I made that up, but I didn't make THIS one up!

It would almost be a comedy if it didn't put so many people at risk, 
and wasn't an example of an escalating fraud. 

To cope with this, I purchased a kit for my PTSD support Tiger, Snickerdoodle. 

 I've been agoraphobic ever since the pit bull attack. 

Sometimes, I take him to the school, and the children read to him and give him treats. 




5 comments:

  1. Snickerdoodle is a great name for a tiger, haha :)

    Off-topic, but on a related note: whenever someone posts a pit puppy photo I can't help but immediately think of tiger and grizzly cubs, and little hippos. Young animals are *supposed* to look cute and helpless... jeez, even baby great white sharks are probably adorable! What an animal is like as a baby is irrelevant, unless someone plans to chuck or kill it before it reaches maturity.

    Also I'm trying to find a copy of the video where one tiny mutant is trying to rip apart its poor littermate. Whenever the arguments "They're just dogs" and "It's all how you raise them" are brought up, having that ready to link would be convenient.

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  2. There's a charming little poem found on Cravens and reposted on Pit Bull Poet Laureate, complete with the link to the video.

    http://pitbullpoetlaureate.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-widdle-piddles-bloody-dribbles.html?q=widdle

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  3. Thanks, that's the one I was thinking of but unfortunately both youtube and liveleak versions seem to have been removed :(

    P.S. I really must stop dashing off posts, and learn to proof-read/edit.

    "What an animal is like as a baby is irrelevant, unless someone plans to chuck or kill it before it reaches maturity."

    Should have read:

    "If an animal is dangerous as an adult, then what it's like as a baby is irrelevant..."

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  4. I REALLY hope that your entire blog is one giant satire piece. You should be advocating the prosecution of those who abuse these dogs and train them to be this way. I have met PLENTY of chihuahuas who SHOULD be put down because they are vicious, but OH NO! Don't do that to a POOR HELPLESS CHIHUAHUA.
    Guess what? It's in EVERY dogs nature to be aggressive. Every domestic dog is distantly related to some kind of WILD dog. IF you truly believe that ALL pit bulls are evil, please explain EXACTLY why. Were you bit? Was someone close to you hurt or possibly killed by one? If so, I'm sorry. That is very sad and unfortunate. But that does not mean that EVERY child (or adult for that matter) is in danger when they are around pit bulls.

    http://www.thelazypitbull.com/2012/02/pit-bull-facts-do-you-know-truth/
    http://www.petfinder.com/pet-adoption/dog-adoption/myths-and-facts-about-pit-bulls/
    http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/virtual-pet-behaviorist/dog-behavior/truth-about-pit-bulls

    There. I did your research for you. You do the reading now and educate yourself.

    THE PROBABILITY OF BEING ATTACKED BY A PIT BULL IS ACTUALLY LOWER THAN THE REST OF THE BREEDS. Do your research before you disseminate false information. In fact, chihuahuas and other small breeds are the WORST behaved dogs.

    Look, I even got you a pretty info graphic so that you don't have to do any other reading either. I'll go ahead and post this stuff on all of your posts so that your readers can also be WELL informed.
    http://www.1800petmeds.com/education/pit-bull-facts-and-myths.htm


    So... Humans are the most dangerous when they're adults. Should we start killing kids when they misbehave?

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  5. Stella:

    Yes, Meals on Wheels hates to read and doesn't want to have to do any reading (eyeroll).

    Otherwise

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