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(KOB4)   Woman sees dog locked in a car in the hot sun. After getting the runaround from 911 and 311, 40 minutes later smashes the car window. Owner shows up and A) files charges against the lady B) has the dog attack the lady C) thanks her   (kob.com) divider line 147
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2012-07-02 07:14:48 AM

shotglasss: "Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal. Police and Animal Welfare officers do have that right."

Fark you. If I see an animal locked in a mobile oven, I'll smash the window every time. I don't need you to give me that 'right'.


And here is another 'hard-ass'. Where can I buy you a drink buddy? You da man! I wish I could high-five you right now. Whooo! You'd break a window to save an animal!! Right-on and to hell with any consequences!
 
2012-07-02 07:21:45 AM

Swiss Colony: shotglasss: "Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal. Police and Animal Welfare officers do have that right."

Fark you. If I see an animal locked in a mobile oven, I'll smash the window every time. I don't need you to give me that 'right'.

And here is another 'hard-ass'. Where can I buy you a drink buddy? You da man! I wish I could high-five you right now. Whooo! You'd break a window to save an animal!! Right-on and to hell with any consequences!


Swiss Colony, you're a little biatch.
 
2012-07-02 07:22:15 AM

Swiss Colony: And here is another 'hard-ass'. Where can I buy you a drink buddy? You da man! I wish I could high-five you right now. Whooo! You'd break a window to save an animal!! Right-on and to hell with any consequences!


Oh give it a rest
 
2012-07-02 07:29:06 AM

shotglasss: ! You'd break a window to save an animal!! Right-on and to hell with any consequences!

Swiss Colony, you're a little biatch.


You know, I'm not going to argue that as I am being quite belligerent this morning. I believe I've made some enemies on the BBC boards too. I'm not going to claim to be a troll, I'm not, I'm just being an arse.
 
2012-07-02 07:36:40 AM

shotglasss: Swiss Colony: shotglasss: "Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal. Police and Animal Welfare officers do have that right."

Fark you. If I see an animal locked in a mobile oven, I'll smash the window every time. I don't need you to give me that 'right'.

And here is another 'hard-ass'. Where can I buy you a drink buddy? You da man! I wish I could high-five you right now. Whooo! You'd break a window to save an animal!! Right-on and to hell with any consequences!

Swiss Colony, you're a little biatch.


From Spain. Explains a lot. All those people are assholes.
 
2012-07-02 07:41:30 AM
rescue Dog using slim-jim break-in bar. replace Dog with stuffed plush soaked with lighter fluid. flic your bic. stand back and begin conversation with random strangers about the dangers of internal combustion.

Why I hate PETA:
We used to contribute. I understood they used over-the-top billboards to compete with getting peoples attention. One weekend while food shopping i saw a guy trying to help an injured gull. A man that was trying to help it didn't know how to secure it in a box or where to take it. I called PETA knowing they have local chapters.
After being connected to a series of answering machines for almost 45 minutes I caught on that there is no one around to answer the phones on weekends. That told me how much PETA really gives a damn. And I never sent in another penny. Screw you, PETA. You broke my heart that day.
 
2012-07-02 07:45:54 AM
This is why I never take my dog with me anywhere. Because tards like u on here would turn me in and break my windows if I go buy a pack of gum at a gas station on a 70 degree day
 
2012-07-02 07:53:34 AM

KrispyKritter:

Why I hate PETA:
We used to contribute. I understood they used over-the-top billboards to compete with getting peoples attention. One weekend while food shopping i saw a guy trying to help an injured gull. A man that was trying to help it didn't know how to secure it in a box or where to take it. I called PETA knowing they have local chapters.
After being connected to a series of answering machines for almost 45 minutes I caught on that there is no one around to answer the phones on weekends. That told me how much PETA really gives a damn. And I never sent in another penny. Screw you, PETA. You broke my heart that day.


You're heart was broke over a gull? Flying farkin' rats they are, or is it pigeons?
 
2012-07-02 08:00:42 AM
SANITY!


I guess they aren't running the asylum. All this time I would've sworn . . .
 
2012-07-02 08:01:06 AM

KrispyKritter: rescue Dog using slim-jim break-in bar. replace Dog with stuffed plush soaked with lighter fluid. flic your bic. stand back and begin conversation with random strangers about the dangers of internal combustion.

Why I hate PETA:
We used to contribute. I understood they used over-the-top billboards to compete with getting peoples attention. One weekend while food shopping i saw a guy trying to help an injured gull. A man that was trying to help it didn't know how to secure it in a box or where to take it. I called PETA knowing they have local chapters.
After being connected to a series of answering machines for almost 45 minutes I caught on that there is no one around to answer the phones on weekends. That told me how much PETA really gives a damn. And I never sent in another penny. Screw you, PETA. You broke my heart that day.


PETA is retarded but not because you didn't know who to call. They're not a rescue organization.
 
2012-07-02 08:01:22 AM

KrispyKritter: rescue Dog using slim-jim break-in bar. replace Dog with stuffed plush soaked with lighter fluid. flic your bic. stand back and begin conversation with random strangers about the dangers of internal combustion.

Why I hate PETA:
We used to contribute. I understood they used over-the-top billboards to compete with getting peoples attention. One weekend while food shopping i saw a guy trying to help an injured gull. A man that was trying to help it didn't know how to secure it in a box or where to take it. I called PETA knowing they have local chapters.
After being connected to a series of answering machines for almost 45 minutes I caught on that there is no one around to answer the phones on weekends. That told me how much PETA really gives a damn. And I never sent in another penny. Screw you, PETA. You broke my heart that day.


Um... it's my understanding that unless you live in the middle of nowhere, there's going to be some sort of wildlife coalition/sanctuary that deals with such issues. And generally you can drop wildlife off at a vet that will then get in contact with the local wildlife experts.

I can't imagine thinking "I'll call PETA!" in such a situation, really.

/turned in a baby squirrel and an injured bird this way
//yeah yeah, why would you save a squirrel etc
///little bastard was cute
 
2012-07-02 08:05:42 AM

gte269: This is why I never take my dog with me anywhere. Because tards like u on here would turn me in and break my windows if I go buy a pack of gum at a gas station on a 70 degree day


I don't take my girl with me because she gets farty in the car.
 
2012-07-02 08:07:28 AM

RatMaster999: FTFA: "She told the judge she was taking her 98-year-old mother to the doctor and didn't realize the dog was in danger."

If you're this farking stupid, you need to be locked in a sealed car in the sun...


If her mom is 98, she's probably in her mid to late 70s, right? Judgment does start to slowly go eventually, and taking care of an older relative can take its own toll. Since she took full responsibility, I'm not inclined to be too hard on her.
 
2012-07-02 08:07:39 AM

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Nogale: Swiss Colony: Wow, lot of tough guys in this thread. 'Look at me, if I see a dog in a car I'll break the window, I don't care for the consequences, I'm biatchin'. What, you all want a farking medal?

Nice to see the lady who left the dog actually taking responsibility for her actions. In the litigious US you'd normally expect her to sue for the damage. After all legaly she has the right.

Just last week, there was a case here (and we have hot summers, believe me) of passers-by seeing a year-old baby locked in a completely closed car. They broke the window and got the baby out, then called an ambulance. Fortunately, they were in time and the kid wasn't badly hurt. Would you suggest leaving a baby in a locked car on a hot day because the owner might sue?

Baby. Dog. I'll give your a few minutes to see if you can figure out the difference between the two in the eyes of the law.


To some people, their dogs ARE their children. My friend Desiree has a great Dane mix, I'm pretty sure if Macy (the dog) and a human baby were hanging off a cliff and she could only save one, she might let the baby die in lieu of HER baby. Especially if said stranger baby was crying.

Either way, this lady I think realized she was a complete moron so maybe there's hope for the human race after all.

/maybe would have waited 10, not 40
 
2012-07-02 08:09:04 AM

gte269: This is why I never take my dog with me anywhere. Because tards like u on here would turn me in and break my windows if I go buy a pack of gum at a gas station on a 70 degree day


I don't know if you knew this, but there is a difference between 70 degrees and over a 100 degrees
 
2012-07-02 08:09:54 AM
I would be incredibly upset if someone smashed my window just to save my dog.


I drive a Jeep.
 
2012-07-02 08:14:28 AM

miss diminutive: Gays can control the weather? And now they want to be allowed to marry as well?


Do you know what they're doing to our soil?
 
2012-07-02 08:14:42 AM
My wife had some crazy lady go batshiat crazy on her when she left the dogs out in the car in a parking lot.

It was about 75 degrees and twilight.
 
2012-07-02 08:15:03 AM

Tat'dGreaser: gte269: This is why I never take my dog with me anywhere. Because tards like u on here would turn me in and break my windows if I go buy a pack of gum at a gas station on a 70 degree day

I don't know if you knew this, but there is a difference between 70 degrees and over a 100 degrees


Can I have that in graph form, please?
 
2012-07-02 08:17:55 AM

miss diminutive: Can I have that in graph form, please?


I actually have a 20 slide Power Point presentation on this
 
2012-07-02 08:35:19 AM
I would not wait 40 mins. I would do it immediately.
 
2012-07-02 08:35:25 AM
Given that his happened in Arizona she should have added the dog looked like an illegal immigrant and there was also drug paraphernalia on the seat. You'd have the entire city show up.
 
2012-07-02 08:39:01 AM

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Nogale: Swiss Colony: Wow, lot of tough guys in this thread. 'Look at me, if I see a dog in a car I'll break the window, I don't care for the consequences, I'm biatchin'. What, you all want a farking medal?

Nice to see the lady who left the dog actually taking responsibility for her actions. In the litigious US you'd normally expect her to sue for the damage. After all legaly she has the right.

Just last week, there was a case here (and we have hot summers, believe me) of passers-by seeing a year-old baby locked in a completely closed car. They broke the window and got the baby out, then called an ambulance. Fortunately, they were in time and the kid wasn't badly hurt. Would you suggest leaving a baby in a locked car on a hot day because the owner might sue?

Baby. Dog. I'll give your a few minutes to see if you can figure out the difference between the two in the eyes of the law.


I feel that most animal lovers I know would step over a burning baby to carry a limping dog.
 
2012-07-02 08:45:28 AM

Max Awesome: Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal.

Yeah, screw that. I have every right to smash a window to save an animal from certain death. And I'll smash a few extra windows in any car nearby just because AMERICA fark YEAH!!!


Actually you DON"T have the right to smash the window and would be charged if the owner of the vehicle so chose. Nowhere in the Bill of Rights is that mentioned. Now most certainly it would be the "right" thing to do regardless, but that doesn't make it a right.
 
2012-07-02 08:50:06 AM

Tat'dGreaser: miss diminutive: Can I have that in graph form, please?

I actually have a 20 slide Power Point presentation on this


Is there a star wipe between each slide? If there isn't, then I'm not interested.
 
2012-07-02 08:52:55 AM

KrispyKritter: After being connected to a series of answering machines for almost 45 minutes I caught on that there is no one around to answer the phones on weekends. That told me how much PETA really gives a damn. And I never sent in another penny. Screw you, PETA. You broke my heart that day.


That's why you should give to your local SPCA chapter.

CSS time:

About 2 years ago after I had adopted the Goat Puppy, and she was totes adorbs and scrumptious looking, I was driving her home from a vet check up. I stopped at a 7-11, which is a business that takes 2 minutes, tops. Well, only if you get stuck behind a 63 year old browsing the lotto tickets does it exceed the first minute at all. Well, as I was coming back out with my one soda and candy bar I actually saw someone trying to bash my back window in to "rescue" Goat Puppy. Now mind you, yes it was a hot July day but the window was rolled 1/2 way down so it blew my mind that he was trying to bash my window in and, again, I was parked in front of a 7-11.

/actually got the window replaced later that month because my insurance covered idiocy (yay!)
//Goat Puppy almost never left alone in a car still
 
2012-07-02 08:53:40 AM

miss diminutive: Is there a star wipe between each slide? If there isn't, then I'm not interested.


Are you kidding? I put so many effects in there you'd think Michael Bay directed it
 
2012-07-02 08:55:55 AM

astouffer: Given that his happened in Arizona she should have added the dog looked like an illegal immigrant and there was also drug paraphernalia on the seat. You'd have the entire city show up.


FTFA "What would you say to somebody who just smashed the window of your car? One Albuquerque woman said "thanks". It's a story about a hot dog on a hot day in Albuquerque's blistering heat wave."

Did they move the whole city?
 
2012-07-02 08:59:49 AM
FTFA: "...the 911 operator told the woman she needed to call the main city hotline at 311."

Is this and Albuquerque thing? Am I the only one who's never heard of 311?
 
2012-07-02 09:03:16 AM
Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal.


Go ahead, charge me with it. It'll be a quick trial.
My testimony: Yes, I broke the window to save the animal's life. This may not have been legal, but it was "right". So this is where the jury needs to learn two words: "Jury Nullification." Thank you.


If that's not enough to get me off the hook, well then it's time to move to a free country.
 
2012-07-02 09:04:06 AM

geek_mars: FTFA: "...the 911 operator told the woman she needed to call the main city hotline at 311."

Is this and Albuquerque thing? Am I the only one who's never heard of 311?


A lot of towns/areas have a non-life-or-death-emergency hotline to the police and every one I've come across has used 311.
 
2012-07-02 09:09:52 AM

Doubletwist-: geek_mars: FTFA: "...the 911 operator told the woman she needed to call the main city hotline at 311."

Is this and Albuquerque thing? Am I the only one who's never heard of 311?

A lot of towns/areas have a non-life-or-death-emergency hotline to the police and every one I've come across has used 311.


311 is basically a clearinghouse for calls to the city about whatever, at least in ABQ. Police non-emegency, animal control, traffic light is out somewhere, where is the bus....even if you have a couch you need to throw out, they'll get you set up (no fee for large items in ABQ too!). Very convenient, and more and more cities are implementing the systems because it doesn't waste everyone's time with misplaced phone calls.
 
2012-07-02 09:10:36 AM

Doubletwist-: Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal.


Go ahead, charge me with it. It'll be a quick trial.
My testimony: Yes, I broke the window to save the animal's life. This may not have been legal, but it was "right". So this is where the jury needs to learn two words: "Jury Nullification." Thank you.


If that's not enough to get me off the hook, well then it's time to move to a free country.


Sadly, most people have never heard of Jury Nullification, and talking about it during a trial is against The Rules.
 
2012-07-02 09:12:56 AM
I'd use a baby to smash through a window to save a dog.
 
2012-07-02 09:13:34 AM
Under city ordinances, private citizens do not have the right to break a window or destroy someone else's property to rescue an animal.

Catch me if you can, idiots.
 
2012-07-02 09:24:34 AM
I agree that there should be a difference in who gets to do what in these circumstances. It makes sense that officers, empowered to make these types of decisions, have a greater range of options commensurate with their greater responsibility.

Citizens should be obligated to break the window with an inanimate object while officers should have the discretion of using the owner's face.
 
2012-07-02 09:30:57 AM

Stoj: I'd use a baby to smash through a window to save a dog.


With those big heads, they're practically begging to be used as hammers.
 
2012-07-02 09:40:43 AM
Alburquerque's blistering heat wave -- WTF? Ghost written by the vacationing Ric "Centligrade" Romero.

i61.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-02 09:44:34 AM
If you need to get through a car window, get a $5.00 spring loaded center punch from Harbor Freight. Instant open window.
 
2012-07-02 09:46:44 AM
With my luck, I'd be all hero-y, break the window, the dog would happily jump out and get hit by a car.
 
2012-07-02 09:47:47 AM

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Nogale: Swiss Colony: Wow, lot of tough guys in this thread. 'Look at me, if I see a dog in a car I'll break the window, I don't care for the consequences, I'm biatchin'. What, you all want a farking medal?

Nice to see the lady who left the dog actually taking responsibility for her actions. In the litigious US you'd normally expect her to sue for the damage. After all legaly she has the right.

Just last week, there was a case here (and we have hot summers, believe me) of passers-by seeing a year-old baby locked in a completely closed car. They broke the window and got the baby out, then called an ambulance. Fortunately, they were in time and the kid wasn't badly hurt. Would you suggest leaving a baby in a locked car on a hot day because the owner might sue?

Baby. Dog. I'll give your a few minutes to see if you can figure out the difference between the two in the eyes of the law.


Wouldn't at all surprise me if they got lumped together in the private-property eyes of the law.

Maybe you smashed that window because you wanted to molest that baby. Or kidnap it.

So let's investigate. Prosecuter's up for re-election. Murkamurkamurka...
 
2012-07-02 09:50:56 AM

Salt Lick Steady: Stoj: I'd use a baby to smash through a window to save a dog.

With those big heads, they're practically begging to be used as hammers.


You're forgetting about the soft spot, though. They hit the glass and just go "splush".
 
2012-07-02 09:59:52 AM
I usually don't leave our puppy in the car alone, mainly for this reason. I understand being concerned about a dog's welfare, but I don't think someone has the right to smash my window if he's been in the car for a few minutes.

Additionally, last time I left him alone, it was for about 30 seconds while I ran into a gas station. He ate an entire baggie full of treats during that time. I couldn't get mad at him, it was actually pretty impressive.
 
2012-07-02 10:00:53 AM

doglover: Swiss Colony: I do value a baby's life above that of a dog yes.

:-/


It's a common position. Why do you think stir-fried baby costs so much more than dog? It's obvious when you take it from an economic point of view.
 
2012-07-02 10:04:31 AM

probesport: I would be incredibly upset if someone smashed my window just to save my dog.


I drive a Jeep.


Ditto.

Usually topless.
 
2012-07-02 10:06:36 AM

Cyclometh: If I run across an animal in a parked car on a hot day, I'm not going to check local ordinances. I also won't be spending 40 minutes trying to find your neglectful ass. You want to biatch about it, we can have that conversation in court. I'm sure it'd be quite entertaining to watch someone try to explain why their window is more important than the animal's life.


Because it's a farking animal.
 
2012-07-02 10:06:59 AM
Swiss Colony

If you think somebody is being an "internet tough guy" for saving the life of a helpless being (which I might add was caused by another genius of the human race) then I guess that makes you an internet p*ssy.

/What is wrong with the HTML buttons today?
 
2012-07-02 10:10:09 AM

Cold_Sassy: /What is wrong with the HTML buttons today?


Someone left them in a hot car.
 
2012-07-02 10:12:03 AM

twomutts: Salt Lick Steady: Stoj: I'd use a baby to smash through a window to save a dog.

With those big heads, they're practically begging to be used as hammers.

You're forgetting about the soft spot, though. They hit the glass and just go "splush".


Huh. Know I'm thinking that maybe you could affix nails to their heads, and with the proper rope and enough g-force they would make a great mace. Even if it doesn't work, think of the comedy.

/think of the comedy
 
2012-07-02 10:12:44 AM
In my experience busybodies are everywhere. When my daughter was about six months I took her shopping with me at the grocery, and came out of the store with her in the seat of the cart. I put the groceries in the car, took her out of the cart and put her into her baby seat, and then walked around the other side of the car only to hear someone yell "there's a baby locked in the car!".

But animal lovers are just as bad. I take my dog everywhere now, and while leaving an animal in a car in the heat, even with the windows rolled down, is dangerous, I get shiat from people when its 68 degrees and the dog isn't even panting. When it is hot, I take the dog out of the car and tie her up in the shade, but even that brings out the animal nuts telling me that a dog should "never be without water" and running to bring her bottled water.
 
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