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2012-03-25 02:00:21 PM  
indarwinsshadow, I chat to several online friends there. One in particular has several serious health concerns and she has no insurance. It's exceedingly frustrating to have people speak mindlessly against universal health.

Just one less war of aggression could pay for it too.
 
2012-03-25 02:00:47 PM  

indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. .


static7.businessinsider.com

Isn't anyone trying to find me?

Won't somebody come take me home?


Happy for the dog. Good doggie. Yay, dog.

Now, about all of these abandoned human beings..
 
2012-03-25 02:01:39 PM  

indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.


Some people assume that homelessness and poverty are the results of personal choices, or addictions that could have been prevented. I disagree but that's not the point, dogs and cats are relatively innocent and most of their suffering is the direct result of blatant abuse and neglect.

I don't think you calling the posters in here hypocritical is fair, I suppose you are being willfully ignorant to the ways in which empathy works. Nothing deserves to die on a trash heap alone and without comfort.

And I sort of suspect you are trolling. How have you contributed to the betterment of humanity lately? Or do you think that pointing out the tragic numbers of homeless and starving in the US and Canada is enough? You dont know how these people vote, if they are for or against universal healthcare, save that message for another thread.

And if you do truly support a universal healthcare system, as I do, then try not to deliver that message so damn bitterly, it kinda gives us a bad image.
 
2012-03-25 02:04:44 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Lor M. Ipsum: indarwinsshadow: It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

I'm with you that lots of people seem to care more about their pets than humans, but posting that in this thread is typical troll behavior, even if you're denying trolling or think that you are not.

Sorry you feel that way. Perhaps you should add me to the ignore list if it bothers you that much. And my comment is not a troll. It's not aimed at you, or any particular farker. It's an observation. Inconvenient as it might appear.


I just get tired of the "I'm not trolling" defense. Whether you are or are not trolling does not matter. You said it; you own it. It's not a big deal though. I agree with you for the most part.
 
2012-03-25 02:09:48 PM  
Not ashamed to admit I wept openly. Cheers to those rescuers for giving her a chance! What a happy looking pup at the end!
 
2012-03-25 02:13:08 PM  

indarwinsshadow: my comment is not a troll. It's not aimed at you, or any particular farker


Whilst I agree with your sentiment, you pretty much did aim it at an entire country (one which includes a large % of all farkers). Not ALL americans love guns, some of them care for people as much as puppies.

indarwinsshadow: And kangaroos.


They are delicious. The only country I know where you can eat your national symbol.

// sort of like a blend of bison and chicken. Tender lean meat.
/ never tried puppy - wife wont let me
 
2012-03-25 02:13:43 PM  

violentsalvation: Fark needs a dog appreciation day for a weekly thread. Sundog? Fridog? Doggerday?

[i798.photobucket.com image 640x254]


I don't even have a dog, but I was thinking about this the other day for some reason.

I propose Wednesday now be dubbed, "Houndsday."
 
2012-03-25 02:14:05 PM  
Great video. Thanks subby.

Just brought this guy home 3 weeks ago. He was rescued from a hoarder. Picked him up on a friday and on monday he was at the Vet with Parvo. $2200 in Vet bills later and a special diet of rice, scrambled eggs, and turkey breast for 2 weeks and he was given a clean bill of health this thursday.

Meet Dozer:

i42.tinypic.com
 
2012-03-25 02:16:33 PM  

indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.


Well, put your money where you mouth is and go "rescue" a homeless person. For some reason you think because we care to rescue dogs we don't feel the same onions in our eyes when a homeless person is helped back to his feet. F*ck you.
 
2012-03-25 02:17:28 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people.


You may be thick, so let me help you understand the difference:

Homeless humans have typically used up every avenue of resource available to them. Through drug use, mental illness or bad behavior, even their own family won't support them. Homeless humans can be reasoned with, which makes helping them rather straightforward. Homeless humans have civil rights and can demand they be respected.

Homeless pets have been dumped by humans through no fault of their own. They have no rights whatsoever and can be dispossessed, tortured or killed with impunity. Homeless pets cannot be reasoned with; it takes teams like those in the video to trick them into accepting a lifetime of comfort!

Most importantly, homeless humans have choices and options - slim though they may be at times. Please do describe for all us dumb pet lovers what choices and options dispossessed pets have.

If you can't, then please do SFTU. Thx.
 
2012-03-25 02:20:19 PM  

bunner: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. .

[static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]

Isn't anyone trying to find me?

Won't somebody come take me home?

Happy for the dog. Good doggie. Yay, dog.

Now, about all of these abandoned human beings..


I think that comes down to choice and free will.
 
2012-03-25 02:29:21 PM  

probesport: I think that comes down to choice and free will.


No, we assume that everybody gets the same choices, the same chances and - of course since they're not a child anymore - that there is nothing left in them that needs love, a home, a hand up. The child's grown but the dream's not gone. And a misstep here or a slip and fall there in that cheap little world we've created and *foop* - they fall off the map. "Oh, they choose to live that way. Oh, that's of their own doing. Oh, they're just lazy."

Yeah, cause everybody has the same opportunities, views, abilities as you. Everybody is just like you, only some people are lazy, stupid or choose to live in a state of social abandonment or misery. That must be it.

Inside of everybody is the child they started out as, trying o find a home. Some of them are spoiled brats, some of them tried to be kind and got ill used for their efforts, but they're in there. And they're trying. And they need a hand sometimes, too. Sorry.

Animals are innocent, yes, but they have teeth and claws,so if they're not doing well, they must be lazy. See how that works? We live in a world where your choices can be taken away, but we don't like to think about it.
 
2012-03-25 02:44:12 PM  
Tears of cynical disdain are pouring down my face as I cry "ironically." (I'm trying to make this post fit in with a more typical FARK mentality.)
 
2012-03-25 02:46:05 PM  

LeroyBourne: The combination of the song and cute lil dog will put knob in your throat.


Kirk Cameron, is that you?
 
2012-03-25 02:46:47 PM  
*hugs my old blind pooch*
 
2012-03-25 02:46:59 PM  

CitizenTed: indarwinsshadow: Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people.

You may be thick, so let me help you understand the difference:

Homeless humans have typically used up every avenue of resource available to them. Through drug use, mental illness or bad behavior, even their own family won't support them. Homeless humans can be reasoned with, which makes helping them rather straightforward. Homeless humans have civil rights and can demand they be respected.

Homeless pets have been dumped by humans through no fault of their own. They have no rights whatsoever and can be dispossessed, tortured or killed with impunity. Homeless pets cannot be reasoned with; it takes teams like those in the video to trick them into accepting a lifetime of comfort!

Most importantly, homeless humans have choices and options - slim though they may be at times. Please do describe for all us dumb pet lovers what choices and options dispossessed pets have.

If you can't, then please do SFTU. Thx.


Wow. You really f*cking hate the homeless.
 
2012-03-25 02:48:38 PM  

violentsalvation: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Well, put your money where you mouth is and go "rescue" a homeless person. For some reason you think because we care to rescue dogs we don't feel the same onions in our eyes when a homeless person is helped back to his feet. F*ck you.


Right back at you.

If you've got a guilty conscious, and it sure reads like you do if you're getting all defensive over a comment on fark, then that's good. There's nothing wrong with helping dogs and cats. There is something particularly warped though about the kind of money spent on rehabilitating a stray dog when there's so many people living in the United States without basic medical health care. And if you don't like it, you're just going to have to live with yourself chuckles. It's your f*cking country. Not mine. Fix it and maybe someone outside of your country wouldn't be so damned quick to point out the obvious.
 
2012-03-25 02:49:46 PM  

indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.


Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.
 
2012-03-25 02:52:52 PM  
It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans


yeah.

I'm one of those "love animals MORE than people" weirdos.


No animal has ever:

betrayed me
lied to me
stole from me
manipulated me
back stabbed me
molested me as a child (yep,I was molested when I was 4)
or ever broken my heart. They only break my heart when they die.

The only experience I have ever had with animals is 100% un-conditional love.

Human misery is 95% self inflicted.
 
2012-03-25 02:53:30 PM  

CitizenTed: indarwinsshadow: Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people.

You may be thick, so let me help you understand the difference:

Homeless humans have typically used up every avenue of resource available to them. Through drug use, mental illness or bad behavior, even their own family won't support them. Homeless humans can be reasoned with, which makes helping them rather straightforward. Homeless humans have civil rights and can demand they be respected.

Homeless pets have been dumped by humans through no fault of their own. They have no rights whatsoever and can be dispossessed, tortured or killed with impunity. Homeless pets cannot be reasoned with; it takes teams like those in the video to trick them into accepting a lifetime of comfort!

Most importantly, homeless humans have choices and options - slim though they may be at times. Please do describe for all us dumb pet lovers what choices and options dispossessed pets have.

If you can't, then please do SFTU. Thx.



Awww. Poor kid. Can't take the bad with the good huh?

You're the one who's f*cking thick. Not everyone gets the choice of where they end up in life. Homeless people aren't just drug addicts and kids who aren't happy with listening to mom and dad. Sometimes it's the elderly who can't afford to stay in their homes anymore. Sometimes it's people who have lost everything in a fire and couldn't afford insurance. Now they have nothing. Sometimes it's people who have made bad financial choices and lose their homes and have to go live in a shelter. What the f*ck is wrong with you? Have Americans lost every single ounce of whatever spark of humanity they once had, and they now only feel for animals and couldn't care less about people. That's pretty damned disgusting if that's the case. I feel sorry for people like you if that's the case. You get out of life what you put into it.
 
2012-03-25 02:54:00 PM  

indarwinsshadow: violentsalvation: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Well, put your money where you mouth is and go "rescue" a homeless person. For some reason you think because we care to rescue dogs we don't feel the same onions in our eyes when a homeless person is helped back to his feet. F*ck you.

Right back at you.

If you've got a guilty conscious, and it sure reads like you do if you're getting all defensive over a comment on fark, then that's good. There's nothing wrong with helping dogs and cats. There is something particularly warped though about the kind of money spent on rehabilitating a stray dog when there's so many people living in the United States without basic medical health care. And if you don't like it, you're just going to have to live with yourself chuckles. It's your f*cking country. Not mine. Fix it and maybe someone outside of your country wouldn't be so damned quick to point out the obvious.



The only obvious thing at this point is that your underdeveloped brain can't comprehend that it's possible to care, and dare I say it, actually contribute to helping both. The fact that you can't seem to grasp this notion points to your lack of mental acuity.
 
2012-03-25 02:54:32 PM  

soupbone: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.



Go f*ck yourself, no one else would.
 
2012-03-25 02:55:50 PM  

soupbone: indarwinsshadow: violentsalvation: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Well, put your money where you mouth is and go "rescue" a homeless person. For some reason you think because we care to rescue dogs we don't feel the same onions in our eyes when a homeless person is helped back to his feet. F*ck you.

Right back at you.

If you've got a guilty conscious, and it sure reads like you do if you're getting all defensive over a comment on fark, then that's good. There's nothing wrong with helping dogs and cats. There is something particularly warped though about the kind of money spent on rehabilitating a stray dog when there's so many people living in the United States without basic medical health care. And if you don't like it, you're just going to have to live with yourself chuckles. It's your f*cking country. Not mine. Fix it and maybe someone outside of your country wouldn't be so damned quick to point out the obvious.


The only obvious thing at this point is that your underdeveloped brain can't comprehend that it's possible to care, and dare I say it, actually contribute to helping both. The fact that you can't seem to grasp this notion points to your lack of mental acuity.


See the above and then insert.
 
2012-03-25 02:56:03 PM  

indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.


Go f*ck yourself, no one else would.


Good comeback. At least you own up to trolling a dog rescue thread. You're a pathetic ass.
 
2012-03-25 02:56:33 PM  
It sure got all ragey in here...
 
2012-03-25 02:58:01 PM  
i11.photobucket.com
 
2012-03-25 02:58:08 PM  

indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.


It is "easier" to take home a stray animal, give it a bath and warm meal, take it to the vet, and then to a shelter where it can (hopefully) find a new home. With a lot of homeless people you simply cannot do that. One major difference is that most homeless pets do not have mental problems and were not kicked out onto the streets because a mental health facility closed. Also, from a certain perspective, animals are more vulnerable than people.

But, you are right. Homeless people are a serious problem in this country, and far too many people simply do not care about them, in no small part because most people in this country do not deal with or see them. When was the last time someone in the middle of Iowa saw a homeless guy sleeping in a doorway? I admit that I am more moved by a homeless dog or cat than by a homeless person, but I do what I can. I am not well off by any stretch of the definition, but I donate $400 a year to a local food pantry, where $1 can provide four meals. That is enough money to feed one person for over a year. I wish I could do more, but I simply do not have the financial means to do anything else. So, I make up for it by writing my local, state, and federal representatives urging them to take actions to help the homeless. Currently Chicago is looking to shut down 6 of the 12 mental health facilities that serve the poor. I have been writing him and my alderman urging them to cut money elsewhere. Like I said, I wish I could do more, but I cannot.

I can, however, rescue stray cats, give them a bath, feed them, and give them a home for a few days while I scour the neighbor for lost cat posters (and put up my own), and then take them to a shelter. That costs me virtually nothing.
 
2012-03-25 02:58:17 PM  

soupbone: indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.


Go f*ck yourself, no one else would.

Good comeback. At least you own up to trolling a dog rescue thread. You're a pathetic ass.


And you're a no dick bully. Does your little menacing act work on anyone over 12?
 
2012-03-25 02:58:27 PM  

indarwinsshadow: It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.


im not a hypocrite. i detest people and love dogs. i invite you to suck on that.
 
2012-03-25 02:58:33 PM  

here to help: It sure got all ragey in here...


It only gets that way when some of fark's mental deficient troll squad show up to shiat on a thread for no reason other than to point out that their low IQ's can't comprehend basic ideas like caring about multiple issues. Blanket statements like this douche made are poor arguments, and he knows this. He just wanted to shiat on a dog rescue thread.
 
2012-03-25 02:59:41 PM  
Thank you music industry for having youtube block this video in my country.

I prefer to stay bitter
 
2012-03-25 03:01:19 PM  

indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.


Go f*ck yourself, no one else would.

Good comeback. At least you own up to trolling a dog rescue thread. You're a pathetic ass.

And you're a no dick bully. Does your little menacing act work on anyone over 12?


How am I a bully? You are the one shiatting on this thread with blanket generalizations that have no business in this thread. You are the one that called out an entire country for what you perceive to be inaction, yet you directed it at the posters in this thread who you don't know from anyone else on the farking planet. You are the one that can't seem to understand that it is possible to care and help both homeless pets and people. So you go fark yourself you spineless piece of garbage.
 
2012-03-25 03:02:17 PM  
I would also like to add that both of my permanent cats are rescues. One I rescued from a construction site when she was 8 weeks old the other I adopted from a no kill shelter. She was 6-months old when she was brought in with a ruptured eye and based on how she behaved around people it was believed she was abused. If I had more room and a better job I would adopt another cat and donate another $400 to my local food pantry, but I cannot.
 
2012-03-25 03:02:18 PM  

Mrs.Sharpier: [i11.photobucket.com image 394x214]


i'm sorry...

:-(
 
2012-03-25 03:03:21 PM  
The stench in here is disappointing.
 
2012-03-25 03:04:13 PM  

indarwinsshadow: It's your f*cking country. Not mine. Fix it and maybe someone outside of your country wouldn't be so damned quick to point out the obvious.


indarwinsshadow: Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person.



Get your argument straight, f*ck face troll.
 
2012-03-25 03:06:19 PM  

here to help: Mrs.Sharpier: [i11.photobucket.com image 394x214]

i'm sorry...

:-(


Not you silly, the trolly mctrollerson without any love in his/her life.
 
2012-03-25 03:06:31 PM  

soupbone: here to help: It sure got all ragey in here...

It only gets that way when some of fark's mental deficient troll squad show up to shiat on a thread for no reason other than to point out that their low IQ's can't comprehend basic ideas like caring about multiple issues. Blanket statements like this douche made are poor arguments, and he knows this. He just wanted to shiat on a dog rescue thread.


His OP was correct and not particularly inflammatory. We do treat street people like sh*t. I know first hand. I used to hang out with them and borderline WAS one of them for a couple years.

But yanno... if you guys are enjoying yelling profanities at each other have at it.
 
2012-03-25 03:07:36 PM  

soupbone: indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: soupbone: indarwinsshadow: [static7.businessinsider.com image 400x298]
Meanwhile, in most cities across America...and Canada, this is the typical day for a homeless person. We treat dog and cats *sniff*, better than we do people. And we have farkers who are so f*cking warped in their sense of priorities you'll have them advocating for a stray dog, but can't get behind universal medical care.
Yeah, that's not too f*cked up.

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It's not a troll. It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits.

Yeah because it isn't possible to care about both right? GFY you shiatty ass fark troll.


Go f*ck yourself, no one else would.

Good comeback. At least you own up to trolling a dog rescue thread. You're a pathetic ass.

And you're a no dick bully. Does your little menacing act work on anyone over 12?

How am I a bully? You are the one shiatting on this thread with blanket generalizations that have no business in this thread. You are the one that called out an entire country for what you perceive to be inaction, yet you directed it at the posters in this thread who you don't know from anyone else on the farking planet. You are the one that can't seem to understand that it is possible to care and help both homeless pets and people. So you go fark yourself you spineless piece of garbage.


And you'd rather see the homeless stay homeless, because it bothers you that people might be just as innocent as animals. It's easier to love and feel sorry for stray dogs, but it's beyond your emotional maturity to admit you should feel something for homeless people. But you don't. You're incapable of it, you only feel contempt. You feel like they "deserve" whatever happens to them. So you lash out at someone who points out your deficiencies. It must really suck for you to be that emotionally retarded.
 
2012-03-25 03:07:43 PM  

Mrs.Sharpier: here to help: Mrs.Sharpier: [i11.photobucket.com image 394x214]

i'm sorry...

:-(

Not you silly, the trolly mctrollerson without any love in his/her life.


I know. I was just being... well, silly.

:-)
 
2012-03-25 03:09:20 PM  

here to help: soupbone: here to help: It sure got all ragey in here...

It only gets that way when some of fark's mental deficient troll squad show up to shiat on a thread for no reason other than to point out that their low IQ's can't comprehend basic ideas like caring about multiple issues. Blanket statements like this douche made are poor arguments, and he knows this. He just wanted to shiat on a dog rescue thread.

His OP was correct and not particularly inflammatory. We do treat street people like sh*t. I know first hand. I used to hang out with them and borderline WAS one of them for a couple years.

But yanno... if you guys are enjoying yelling profanities at each other have at it.


Sorry on my part.
 
2012-03-25 03:09:30 PM  

here to help: soupbone: here to help: It sure got all ragey in here...

It only gets that way when some of fark's mental deficient troll squad show up to shiat on a thread for no reason other than to point out that their low IQ's can't comprehend basic ideas like caring about multiple issues. Blanket statements like this douche made are poor arguments, and he knows this. He just wanted to shiat on a dog rescue thread.

His OP was correct and not particularly inflammatory. We do treat street people like sh*t. I know first hand. I used to hang out with them and borderline WAS one of them for a couple years.



"It's pointing out that people care about animals, and couldn't seem to care less about their fellow humans unless it's Christmas or Easter. Hypof*ckingcrits."

That's inflammatory and uncalled for in a dog rescue thread.

Also, it doesn't make any sense ... I mean Easter? Since when has that been a "good will" type of holiday?
 
2012-03-25 03:12:05 PM  
Hey, why doesn't everyone put that coont on ignore so we can go back to talking about the wonderful little dog in the video, as opposed to how farking awful we Americans are?

For the record, I care as much about homeless and dispossessed humans as I do about homeless and dispossessed humans. I've done volunteer work at shelters, soup kitchens, food banks, Goodwill.....you name it. My parents raised me to give a fark, so I do. Both of my boyfriend and I's cats are strays we took in, and now have a wonderful life when they otherwise would have starved and died in the street. Just because some of us get teary-eyed watching a helpless animal doesn't mean when we see a helpless human, we spit on them and tell them to burn in hell.

Get the pointy stick out of your twat and fark off.
 
2012-03-25 03:13:26 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Hey, why doesn't everyone put that coont on ignore so we can go back to talking about the wonderful little dog in the video, as opposed to how farking awful we Americans are?

For the record, I care as much about homeless and dispossessed humans as I do about homeless and dispossessed humans animals. I've done volunteer work at shelters, soup kitchens, food banks, Goodwill.....you name it. My parents raised me to give a fark, so I do. Both of my boyfriend and I's cats are strays we took in, and now have a wonderful life when they otherwise would have starved and died in the street. Just because some of us get teary-eyed watching a helpless animal doesn't mean when we see a helpless human, we spit on them and tell them to burn in hell.

Get the pointy stick out of your twat and fark off.



FTFM. That'll learn me to get all stabby and not preview first.
 
2012-03-25 03:13:37 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Hey, why doesn't everyone put that coont on ignore so we can go back to talking about the wonderful little dog in the video, as opposed to how farking awful we Americans are?


Sounds good.
 
2012-03-25 03:14:54 PM  
**pokes head back in to see how the feel good thread is going**

WTF HAPPENED IN HERE?!?!
 
2012-03-25 03:15:29 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Sorry on my part.


You are history's greatest monster.
 
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