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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Like Oh My Gawd, Totally Looks Like...

The Huffington Post dilly dallied about, not quite knowing what to do with this news story, 'till they finally got brave and posted it four days after it became old news.   Of course, at the end they had to put out a Huffington style disclaimer, because that may give pit bulls a bad name.  They told a lie. 

"While pit bulls can obviously be vicious, and are frequently portrayed as such in the media, research has provided evidence  (Huffington Post Pibble Puff Piece Link, surprise surprise!) to suggest they are not inherently dangerous. They are one of the most tolerant dogs in existence, according to the American Temperament Test Society." 

Cough, Cough, there goes that American Temperament Test Society myth again.  I wonder how many pit bulls even took and passed that test for protection sports this year, verses how many mauled and killed, like Fat Boi did. How many were turned into the pound for aggression by their owners, or shot by the police? 

They also forgot to include it in the correct section, so we thought we should present the image selected by the Huffington Post Editors with their usual banner.  Dum Dum Dum Dum (Trumpet fanfare and rolling tympani)...









3 comments:

  1. Well scurrilous amateur blogger, I may be able to help. Since inception of the test in 1977 for the APBT 870 have attempted the test and 755 have passed. For the Amstaff we have 657 attempting the test and 555 have passed. These are the numbers SINCE 1977. More pit bulls are killed by law enforcement in the United States every year than have passed the ATTS in 37 years.

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  2. The ATTS is a scam as seen here: http://www.thetruthaboutpitbulls.blogspot.com/2010/08/there-are-three-kinds-of-lies-lies.html

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