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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 35
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2012-07-02 08:07:28 AM
4 votes:

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 02:52:23 AM
3 votes:
Officers only have that right? Well I don't give a fark if I don't, I'm going after that window and then take up a collection if I get charges!
2012-07-02 10:19:49 AM
2 votes:

Swiss Colony: 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.


Considering that it is unlikely you would speak to people in person as rudely as you do from your keyboard, who is really the ITG here?
2012-07-02 10:06:59 AM
2 votes:
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 08:09:04 AM
2 votes:

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 07:22:15 AM
2 votes:

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 07:08:35 AM
2 votes:
"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'.
2012-07-02 06:17:01 AM
2 votes:

doglover: cheap_thoughts: Officers only have that right?

This is good. You don't want people thinking they are the law. In cases like this, you can let courts solve the problems, if problems arise.


I'll be goddamned if I stand by and watch a dog die if I can prevent it. Sue me.
2012-07-02 05:12:45 AM
2 votes:

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?


Hmm, you appear to have read more into my post than written. I didn't say a window shouldn't be broken. Go ahead and break the windows, just don't post on Fark saying you will, seeking approval from your peers for being hypothetical bad-ass.

To answer your question, I do value a baby's life above that of a dog yes.
2012-07-02 04:53:35 AM
2 votes:
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.
2012-07-02 04:04:55 AM
2 votes:
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...
2012-07-02 03:13:12 PM
1 votes:

spawn73: 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.


Wanna know why many people prefer animals over humans?

Take a look in the mirror.
2012-07-02 12:03:27 PM
1 votes:

Ray_Peranus: spawn73: 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.

THIS.


Well, I'm sure the court will love to hear the justification for placing greater value on inanimate objects over an animal's life. Maybe we can get a few of those pesky ant-cruelty laws overturned too.

Nothing shows a person's character better than how they treat animals.
2012-07-02 11:16:31 AM
1 votes:

kiwimoogle84: NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!:

To some people, their dogs ARE their children.

Those people are completely retarded. Sorry, but having a dog is NOTHING like having a human child. I don't care what those people "believe" (i.e., that their dog IS their child). Um, no, no it's not. And nothing in their land of make believe can make it so.

/irks the shiat out of me when people who have never had a child compare dogs to children
//stop it

2012-07-02 11:04:08 AM
1 votes:
Leave your farking dog at home on a hot day even more so when you are going to the doctor and not to a park or some place for the dog. Dumbarse people that take their dogs with them to the store should be shot. I just love parking and or loading my car and getting barked at the whole time.
2012-07-02 10:59:09 AM
1 votes:

spawn73: 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.


Really? Fark you so much.
2012-07-02 10:12:44 AM
1 votes:
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.
2012-07-02 10:06:36 AM
1 votes:

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 09:03:16 AM
1 votes:
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 08:01:22 AM
1 votes:

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 08:01:06 AM
1 votes:

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 07:45:54 AM
1 votes:
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 07:36:40 AM
1 votes:

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 07:21:45 AM
1 votes:

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 06:29:59 AM
1 votes:

Swiss Colony: To answer your question, I do value a baby's life above that of a dog yes.


What if you hate both equally?
2012-07-02 06:00:31 AM
1 votes:
This is how it's done in the UK: Link

Admittedly the window smasher is an off duty cop but the dog's owner reacts rather less well.
2012-07-02 05:42:54 AM
1 votes:
D) Owner was korean and started yelling at lady, "You ruin everything. Four hour supposed to cook. Now not so tender. Cannot use. Will have to start with new dog."
2012-07-02 05:02:06 AM
1 votes:

Isildur: Isildur: The Shatner Incident: I was coming out of the gym one hot day when I saw a dog locked in this minivan with the windows rolled up. He was panting so hard and looked worse for wear .Most people end up staying at the gym a good 30 minutes, so I figured this was not an in-and-out affair, so I ended up calling the cops. I waited around to see when the jerk came out. Turns out he was a freaking veterinarian. Blew my farking mind.

/css

...tha fark?

And he even admitted that he was one? Mind-boggling...


Note: Not that the admission is the big part, it's just you'd expect someone who clearly should know better to be so ashamed....


I'm thinking ego.

"what? The dog is just fine. Trust me. I'm a veterinarian."
2012-07-02 05:00:53 AM
1 votes:

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.
2012-07-02 04:43:28 AM
1 votes:
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.
2012-07-02 04:33:40 AM
1 votes:
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!!!
2012-07-02 04:29:11 AM
1 votes:
Never has the adage "Every dog has its day" been more applicable....
2012-07-02 04:16:23 AM
1 votes:

mr lawson: The cause of the heat and severe storms is up for debate. There are many theories about them being natural or the result of human activity. You just really have to wonder, are things like thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and tsunamis caused by the ACLU's attack on Christianity or by the Democrats and Liberal's gay marriage agenda?

/shamelessly stolen


Hitting the sauce a little early, aren't we?
2012-07-02 04:13:55 AM
1 votes:
I was coming out of the gym one hot day when I saw a dog locked in this minivan with the windows rolled up. He was panting so hard and looked worse for wear .Most people end up staying at the gym a good 30 minutes, so I figured this was not an in-and-out affair, so I ended up calling the cops. I waited around to see when the jerk came out. Turns out he was a freaking veterinarian. Blew my farking mind.

/css
2012-07-02 04:05:12 AM
1 votes:
I was reading through that headline expecting the dog to be fake.

Come on, "woman rescues fake dog/baby/gnome from locked car on hot day" is a summer staple.
 
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