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(ABC Action News)   When searching for your dog, always look under car first before reaching underneath. That shadow might really be an alligator instead   (abcactionnews.com) divider line 54
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2009-11-08 11:53:02 PM
Clearly he hasn't watched enough horror movies.
 
2009-11-09 12:06:12 AM
yikes
 
2009-11-09 12:32:29 AM
Gormenghast: Clearly he hasn't watched enough horror movies.

Indeed.

You NEVER reach anywhere you can't see.

This knowledge is all that separates someone who suffers severe necrotic wounds via a brown recluse spider bite from... well, that other guy.
 
2009-11-09 01:30:58 AM
So, did the alligator eat the dog?
 
2009-11-09 01:31:58 AM
The alligator was injured during the incident and later captured. Morse said it will be euthanized

:(
 
2009-11-09 01:32:59 AM
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Gormenghast: Clearly he hasn't watched enough horror movies.

Indeed.

You NEVER reach anywhere you can't see.

This knowledge is all that separates someone who suffers severe necrotic wounds via a brown recluse spider bite from... well, that other guy.


You must bang some loose chicks.
 
2009-11-09 01:34:30 AM
Did he learn nothing from Happy Gilmore?
 
2009-11-09 01:35:34 AM
paxarcana.files.wordpress.com

obviously a trap

/thanks for making me search for this, subby
//before bed
///jerk
 
2009-11-09 01:41:27 AM
I'll bet I know where his dog went.
 
2009-11-09 01:42:05 AM
Or it could be those crazy people that slit your ankles right before you get into your car...

/urban legends are crazy
 
2009-11-09 01:44:18 AM
At least it wasn't a potato in the tailpipe.
 
2009-11-09 01:45:56 AM
A man searching for his dog got quite the nasty he reached underneath his car...

FAIL
 
2009-11-09 01:47:08 AM
Oh yeah, and get your face bit off !

Just stick your penis under there, bang it around, see what runs out.
 
2009-11-09 01:53:11 AM
stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.
 
2009-11-09 01:54:12 AM
"LAND O' LAKES, FL -- A man searching for his dog got quite the nasty he reached underneath his car early Sunday morning, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife."

That's some fine prose.
 
2009-11-09 01:56:13 AM
My son heard what the thought was a tire leaking air. When he got down on his hands and knees to hear better he found the noise to be a 4 foot rattle snake coiled under the car. I skinned it out and fried it in some eggs batter.
 
2009-11-09 01:56:42 AM
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener:

You NEVER reach anywhere you can't see.



Does this include the reach around?
 
2009-11-09 01:57:49 AM
(egg)oops
 
2009-11-09 02:06:43 AM
i125.photobucket.com

Yes. Always look under car when searching for dog!
 
2009-11-09 02:06:54 AM
South Africans refer to crocs as 'flat dogs'... so I suppose we can do the same for gators.
 
2009-11-09 02:12:11 AM
Can't spell Land O' Lakes without LOL!!!

/Florida Farkette
//Only checks for muggers under my car
 
2009-11-09 02:18:47 AM
Jenessa, you probably called me at some point about my long distance rates considering where you're from, and I'm sorry I said no but I was polite.
 
2009-11-09 02:35:22 AM
Alligator my ass, it's probably Milhouse!
 
2009-11-09 02:36:31 AM
Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.


But did it eat the dog?
 
2009-11-09 02:48:03 AM
stinkycatfish: Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.

But did it eat the dog?


And who was phone?

i125.photobucket.com
 
2009-11-09 02:59:07 AM
Rubber Biscuit: stinkycatfish: Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.

But did it eat the dog?

And who was phone?


Kirk Cameron. Do you see how the handle is made to be held by people?
 
2009-11-09 03:13:39 AM
stinkycatfish: Rubber Biscuit: stinkycatfish: Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.

But did it eat the dog?

And who was phone?

Kirk Cameron. Do you see how the handle is made to be held by people?


Notice also how well people are made to be eaten by alligators.
 
2009-11-09 03:17:24 AM
NeedleGuy: The alligator was injured during the incident and later captured. Morse said it will be euthanized

:(


I stopped LOLing when I read that. Did he run it over in revenge? Because I can't see how else it could be so hurt that it needed to be killed. And it didn't attack him, he stuck his damn hands in its face.
 
2009-11-09 03:35:40 AM
that gator is handcuffed.. um claw cuffed um.. paw cuffed.. um, ok.. just cuffed and shackled.
 
2009-11-09 03:38:51 AM
Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: Rubber Biscuit: stinkycatfish: Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.

But did it eat the dog?

And who was phone?

Kirk Cameron. Do you see how the handle is made to be held by people?

Notice also how well people are made to be eaten by alligators.


"incredible, no fur, claws, horns, antlers or nothing, just soft and pink"
 
2009-11-09 03:44:19 AM
"You're the alligator that got Chubs' hand!"

Alligator-"Hiss"
 
2009-11-09 03:56:39 AM
I guess we know what happened to the dog.
 
2009-11-09 04:01:16 AM
This is why I like living on a island in the temperate/arctic zone, no alligators, or poisoned spiders, or poisoned snakes or other annoying critters...

/the winter darkness is hell, though.
//just dress wisely.
 
2009-11-09 04:09:41 AM
Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: Rubber Biscuit: stinkycatfish: Con Fabulous: stinkycatfish: So, did the alligator eat the dog?

No, I've seen this one, there's a twist at the end.

The dog was an alligator the whole time.

But did it eat the dog?

And who was phone?

Kirk Cameron. Do you see how the handle is made to be held by people?

Notice also how well people are made to be eaten by alligators.


Kirk Cameron was eaten by an alligator?

/What did the dog eat?!
 
2009-11-09 05:23:35 AM
I worked for the census last month and in the training manual there was a section on safety. There was a tip about always checking under your car for people or animals that might attack your ankles. I thought it was hilarious and obviously written by some dumbass that had seen the chucky movies too many times. Apparantly it is sound advice for the occupants of America's Wang.
 
2009-11-09 05:44:02 AM
stinkycatfish: "incredible, no fur, claws, horns, antlers or nothing, just soft and pink"

Haha, that's exactly what I was thinking of.

/The Far Side... always relevant
 
2009-11-09 06:39:42 AM
Chip Da Ripper wanted for questioning.
 
2009-11-09 06:40:31 AM
jonr
This is why I like living on a island in the temperate/arctic zone, no alligators, or poisoned spiders, or poisoned snakes or other annoying critters...


Boy! Your life must be boring. In addition to those things we also have palmetto bugs - think water bugs on steroids with a bad attitude. We keep them around to eat those other things that are already mentioned. Then the mosquitoes that drink your blood and kill the palmetto bugs. And to top off the food chain we have Canadians and Jewish Grandmothers during the cold months.
 
2009-11-09 06:51:46 AM
jessicat: NeedleGuy: The alligator was injured during the incident and later captured. Morse said it will be euthanized

:(

I stopped LOLing when I read that. Did he run it over in revenge? Because I can't see how else it could be so hurt that it needed to be killed. And it didn't attack him, he stuck his damn hands in its face.



Glad to see I'm not the only one who is against the practice of killing crocs and alligators for doing what they naturally do (and in a place they've been doing it for +65 million years).

www.superheronation.com

/lol-o-gator
 
2009-11-09 06:52:09 AM
"Let's replace their dog with an alligator and see if they notice."
 
2009-11-09 06:59:51 AM
Hopefully someone had some gator tail for supper that night. It's nice and tender when they are that size.

/Floridian that loves gator tail.
 
2009-11-09 07:48:41 AM
I love Florida.

Cool story, bro - I spent a year in Montana and North Dakota tracking paddlefish. One of the things that took a while to get used to was the way the guys I worked with would, in the summertime, see a lake or river and just jump in to cool off. Without checking anything at all.
Native Floridiots, at least ones who survive to adulthood, have an innate distrust of fresh water. Too many damn gators/moccasins.

/Not afraid of cars. Yet.
 
2009-11-09 07:57:27 AM
leegalizit:
Glad to see I'm not the only one who is against the practice of killing crocs and alligators for doing what they naturally do (and in a place they've been doing it for +65 million years).



/lol-o-gator


Gators are nearly as plentiful as raccoons or deer down here, no big deal to euthanize one, especially one that has bitten a human (whether it was the gator's fault or not) since he may have lost some of his fear of humans - or maybe he was under the car in the first place because he was stalking people or pets.

These things can eat kids and are plentiful, no need to take chances on one that might be aggressive.
 
2009-11-09 08:29:20 AM
came here for the idiots saying "but why do they have to kill the alligator?"

Leaving satisfied.

I really think we should just drop the vicious animals off in people like these yards. People get what they want "save the poor animal" and the gators get what they want. Dinner.
 
2009-11-09 09:16:30 AM
kill the gator, then eat the gator


/gator is good eating
 
2009-11-09 09:24:51 AM
One less golfing yuppie.
 
2009-11-09 09:31:08 AM
The animal control people did not go there to kill the beast. The gator was injured while being captured, so they euthanized it. Typically, they'll catch a gator and release it to a remote area.
 
2009-11-09 10:05:12 AM
Ricket: The animal control people did not go there to kill the beast. The gator was injured while being captured, so they euthanized it. Typically, they'll catch a gator and release it to a remote area.

Uh, no. The trappers get paid with the skins and meat of the alligator. Small alligators may get sent to a farm for fattening, but any one of size will get rendered almost immediately.
 
2009-11-09 10:14:16 AM
StrikitRich: Ricket: The animal control people did not go there to kill the beast. The gator was injured while being captured, so they euthanized it. Typically, they'll catch a gator and release it to a remote area.

Uh, no. The trappers get paid with the skins and meat of the alligator. Small alligators may get sent to a farm for fattening, but any one of size will get rendered almost immediately.


Oh. That was how they used to do it back in the day when they were considered endangered. I saw several 7+ foot gators caught when I was a kid. Thanks for the correction.
Another article did say that the gator was euthanized after being injured during capture.
 
2009-11-09 10:41:23 AM
I was not searching for my dog, because I don't have a dog, but one night as I was unloading at a Holiday In Express in Ohio I saw something scamper under my car.
I looked underneath and it was a ittle black kitteh.

/Holiday Inn Express! Now with free kitteh!
//let it go
 
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