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2012-07-11 11:58:34 PM
You can't explain that.
 
2012-07-12 12:02:24 AM
Dinosaur dog eats man. Woman inherits the Earth.
 
2012-07-12 12:19:24 AM
Asinine Man loses dog, man finds dog, woman won't give dog back, woman sues man
...man sues woman, woman dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl on new years day.
 
2012-07-12 12:25:48 AM
Wow. That girl is a real c*nt.

I hope she rots in hell.
 
2012-07-12 12:38:50 AM

SJKebab: Asinine Man loses dog, man finds dog, woman won't give dog back, woman sues man
...man sues woman, woman dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl on new years day.


blimpy boy, blimpy boy.. flying through the air so fancy free... *cries*
 
2012-07-12 12:51:10 AM
Two months ago he saw the 2 1/2 year old dog that he lost over a year ago, a dog that she found and has been caring for for over a year. As sympathetic as I am to the gentlemans position, I'm not going to be surprised if the 'finders keepers' clause rules the day.
 
2012-07-12 01:24:48 AM
Cut the dog in half. it's the only way
 
2012-07-12 04:10:33 AM

Staffist: Two months ago he saw the 2 1/2 year old dog that he lost over a year ago, a dog that she found and has been caring for for over a year. As sympathetic as I am to the gentlemans position, I'm not going to be surprised if the 'finders keepers' clause rules the day.


If you have my dog... you won't have my dog long. If you try to keep my dog, you won't have my dog long.
 
2012-07-12 04:13:34 AM
She named the dog "Bear" and spent thousands of dollars on the dog, training him as her service animal since she has asthma.

WTF. AN asthma dog? Kids today...
 
2012-07-12 05:25:24 AM
she should make him a sammich
 
2012-07-12 05:25:40 AM
20-year-old Oregon State University student

I went to OSU. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. And engineering students.

Then I see this douchebag

media.oregonlive.com

Now I don't know who to root for.
 
2012-07-12 05:36:31 AM

fusillade762: 20-year-old Oregon State University student

I went to OSU. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. And engineering students.

Then I see this douchebag

[media.oregonlive.com image 380x253]

Now I don't know who to root for.


The original owner, obviously. He's got the evidence and the court ruling. She filed a lawsuit against him for doing the right thing to her after taking his dog without following proper procedures. She's gonna lose the dog, and everyone will be happy, except her and her lawyer.
 
2012-07-12 05:38:12 AM
binladenisdead.net
 
2012-07-12 05:38:47 AM
Why does everything end up in a law suit in America?
 
2012-07-12 05:39:20 AM

fusillade762: I went to OSU. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. And engineering students.


Hahaha

It wasn't that bad, but I resemble that engineering remark.
 
2012-07-12 05:40:40 AM
A court rule in his favor. Now send a SWAT team to her house to pick up the dog and shoot the farkiing evil coont.
 
2012-07-12 05:41:49 AM

doglover: She's gonna lose the dog, and everyone will be happy, except her and her lawyer parents.


/ftfy
//if lawyers were held to any ethical standard, she wouldn't be happy either... but they can get away with this kind of dirty pool and straw-grasping
 
2012-07-12 05:43:34 AM
Jesus Christ what an infuriating article "keep reading to find out the ruling" and wade though a load of padding (I presume, I read one more paragraph, got bored and skipped to the end).
 
2012-07-12 05:46:48 AM

doglover: fusillade762: 20-year-old Oregon State University student

I went to OSU. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. And engineering students.

Then I see this douchebag

[media.oregonlive.com image 380x253]

Now I don't know who to root for.

The original owner, obviously. He's got the evidence and the court ruling. She filed a lawsuit against him for doing the right thing to her after taking his dog without following proper procedures. She's gonna lose the dog, and everyone will be happy, except her and her lawyer.


Her lawyer gets paid either way so he'll be happy.
 
2012-07-12 05:47:19 AM
She named the dog "Bear" and spent thousands of dollars on the dog, training him as her service animal since she has asthma.

An asthma service dog? WTF does the DOG do for you?

Perhaps the author may have worded this wrong, but did she spend thousands on training the dog herself?? How's that work?
 
2012-07-12 05:47:56 AM

gmoney101: Why does everything end up in a law suit in America?


Because they started passin' law 'gainst shootin' folk what needs round the mid 1800's. But no one ever got around to figgerin' out howta deal with problems without resortin' to a weapon o' some sort. So they just replaced duels with trials and guns with those other soulless killing machines: lawyers.
 
2012-07-12 05:48:33 AM
You find the dog, it jumps into your arms. Then you farking take it back and let her try to get it back from you. If she can farking find you, why would you trust this system to give you ownership in any sort of timely manner if you don't currently possess the animal?
 
2012-07-12 05:49:05 AM
Well dog gone it.
 
2012-07-12 05:49:30 AM

jtown: Her lawyer gets paid either way so he'll be happy.


But it's a loss on his record. Smart clients will notice if he gets too many of those.
 
2012-07-12 05:50:51 AM

david_gaithersburg: A court rule in his favor. Now send a SWAT team to her house to pick up the dog and shoot the farkiing evil coont.


i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-07-12 05:53:32 AM

doglover: But it's a loss on his record. Smart clients will notice if he gets too many of those.


I don't think this lawyer has anything to do with smart clients...
 
2012-07-12 05:57:27 AM

gmoney101: Why does everything end up in a law suit in America?


Because calling someone out at high noon for a quick draw shootout went out of fashion years ago. Also, lawyers have weasled their way into the very fabric of our everyday lives. They don't get paid unless they can sue, so they have done an incredible job of convincing everyone that suing is the only way to handle everything. Almost as good a job as DeBeers has done convincing us that a shiny rock has some worth.

Also, hope the dog bites this lady and craps on her carpet. I actually felt somewhat for her side of the story, raising the dog for a year. Right up until she said she spent thousands on it so it could be a service dog for her asthma. I mean isn't that some kind of self absorbed special right there? On second thought I hope the dog chews up her inhaler.
 
2012-07-12 05:59:41 AM
There is a link to her facebook page. I just sent her a message asking what's wrong with her, why won't she give the dog back to it's family... who keeps a dog from two children?
 
2012-07-12 05:59:43 AM

puffy999: david_gaithersburg: A court rule in his favor. Now send a SWAT team to her house to pick up the dog and shoot the farkiing evil coont.

[i49.tinypic.com image 437x316]


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Well done!
 
2012-07-12 06:03:31 AM
Yeah, I don't think this girl realizes the power of this armed and fully operational internets. You'd THINK someone who is only 20 would understand what happens when you're a dickbiatch.
 
2012-07-12 06:06:53 AM

allchiefedup: There is a link to her facebook page. I just sent her a message asking what's wrong with her, why won't she give the dog back to it's family... who keeps a dog from two children?


Ditto.
 
2012-07-12 06:06:56 AM
He already proved to the courts it was his dog. The girl needs to butch up and turn over the dog to it's rightful owner.

The guy needs to pony up and get the dog microchipped....it's well worth the money.
 
2012-07-12 06:09:48 AM
The coont is pretty active for a disabled person. Link
 
2012-07-12 06:10:14 AM
They need to take the dog away from that woman purely because anyone who would make a freakin' Facebook page for they dog with status updates like "woof woof" and "bark" is too big a moron to be caring for an animal.
 
2012-07-12 06:16:44 AM
I'm wondering what happened to the original collar the guy says the dog was wearing after the dog initially ran away. My guess is that if the lady is the one who found the dog, she just tossed them rather than contact the owner.

Back in college some roommates found a lost dog. This one didn't even have a collar, but we spent the next week trying to find the owner. It was a chihuahua that slipped its' collar, and we managed to re-unite her with her owner.

/felt you guys could use a good story about lost dogs
 
2012-07-12 06:23:57 AM

Oznog: She named the dog "Bear" and spent thousands of dollars on the dog, training him as her service animal since she has asthma.

An asthma service dog? WTF does the DOG do for you?

Perhaps the author may have worded this wrong, but did she spend thousands on training the dog herself?? How's that work?


Food isn't cheap!

/Wouldn't dog dander aggravate asthma?
 
2012-07-12 06:30:08 AM
She's only 20, where does somebody that age get 'thousands' of dollars to train a dog?

Also, they do not train assistance dogs like they do for basic obedience. They start training assistance dogs from pups or at a very young age. The dog goes through a very rigorous 24/7 training with handlers/trainers that are specifically trained to be trainers of assistance dogs. They also usually don't spend more than a couple of months with any one handler so that there are no attachments made between the handler and dog. This training also takes a good year or two depending on what it is being trained for.
 
2012-07-12 06:30:21 AM
Yes, I'm feeling a bit smug today

media.oregonlive.com

now take me for my walkies
 
2012-07-12 06:31:07 AM
Just sent this douchette a message on facebook telling her to give the dog back. Thanks for the link interwebs!
 
2012-07-12 06:31:09 AM

SJKebab: Asinine Man loses dog, man finds dog, woman won't give dog back, woman sues man
...man sues woman, woman dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl on new years day.


Asinine? Are you for real? This dude lost his dog nearly three years ago, he's been searching for his dog ever since. What has this biatch done to try to find the original owner? This dog was that dude's family. As for putting thousands of dollars into the dog to train it as a service animal, that's a bunch of bullshiat, for the same reason you don't get to keep a dog just because you spent thousands of dollars on vet care. It's not her dog. It's not her family. It's not her possession.


The service animal industry needs to be keel-hauled and government regulated anyway.
 
2012-07-12 06:34:30 AM

HoneyDog: She's only 20, where does somebody that age get 'thousands' of dollars to train a dog?


Lies
Damn Lies
Statistics
What this woman is peddling.
 
2012-07-12 06:34:34 AM
Food isn't cheap!

Don't spend "thousands" a year on dog food for two 100 lb dogs. In fact, I only spend about $500 a year for both dogs. And I don't buy the cheap food either.

/Wouldn't dog dander aggravate asthma?

It could, it depends on the person.
 
2012-07-12 06:34:55 AM

foxyshadis: Oznog: She named the dog "Bear" and spent thousands of dollars on the dog, training him as her service animal since she has asthma.

An asthma service dog? WTF does the DOG do for you?

Perhaps the author may have worded this wrong, but did she spend thousands on training the dog herself?? How's that work?

Food isn't cheap!

/Wouldn't dog dander aggravate asthma?


That's why it cost thousands. She had to train the dog's hair not to aggravate her allergies.
 
2012-07-12 06:40:31 AM

HoneyDog: She's only 20, where does somebody that age get 'thousands' of dollars to train a dog?

Also, they do not train assistance dogs like they do for basic obedience. They start training assistance dogs from pups or at a very young age. The dog goes through a very rigorous 24/7 training with handlers/trainers that are specifically trained to be trainers of assistance dogs. They also usually don't spend more than a couple of months with any one handler so that there are no attachments made between the handler and dog. This training also takes a good year or two depending on what it is being trained for.


That's what it's supposed to be. Shiat ain't regulated, though. Not properly, anyway. Plenty of shady people (and well meaning people) claiming they'll service train. I really believe that stuff should be certified in the same way vets and even First Aid is certified. You just can't go onto craigslist and claim you'll teach first aid certification without any real background yourself.

And good point about her age. This biatch is full shiat. She needs to give the dog back.
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seancakes: I'm wondering what happened to the original collar the guy says the dog was wearing after the dog initially ran away. My guess is that if the lady is the one who found the dog, she just tossed them rather than contact the owner.

Back in college some roommates found a lost dog. This one didn't even have a collar, but we spent the next week trying to find the owner. It was a chihuahua that slipped its' collar, and we managed to re-unite her with her owner.

/felt you guys could use a good story about lost dogs


I agree with you. And thank you to you and your friends for trying to do the right thing and not just say 'free dog!' when you found the lost dog. And thank you for not immediately taking it to the pound, where they would have killed it. I have mixed feelings about the pound. It's the first place to check for lost animals,b ut they have so many to take in, and the horror stories out there of people who take animals in, only to go back and discover the animal was killed that day or within days...

If there were an international database, instead of all these little databases which don't really talk to each other, that would be awesome. Like that organization to find missing or exploited children, only for pets.
 
2012-07-12 06:50:37 AM
Usually you can tell when a stray animal is a recently lost pet, even when there is no collar or chip. Assuming its owners took care of it prior to its escape, it will appear well-fed and groomed, at least for a while. How many obese beagles do you see running around freely? Not many. Plus, they often exhibit behavior that indicates training, like responding to commands. That's a major hint that it is a dog someone cares about and is probably searching desperately for, and not some random street dog.

If this girl found an animal that was obviously someone's pet, how can she expect that the previous owner would let her keep it if they ever ran into each other in the future? Yes, she's grown attached to it and all, and I'm sure the dog loves her too, but so does the original family. She should accept that the dog's original owner wants it back and be happy for the kids; lost childhood pets that are gone that long usually never return. I bet they would have let her visit him occasionally, maybe even dog-sit.

/wtf is a service animal going to do for asthma?
//guy dresses like a douche, but clearly loves his dog enough to be patient and do what was legally necessary to get it back...so, I guess the stupid hat can be forgiven
 
2012-07-12 06:51:33 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: SJKebab: Asinine Man loses dog, man finds dog, woman won't give dog back, woman sues man
...man sues woman, woman dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl on new years day.

Asinine? Are you for real? This dude lost his dog nearly three years ago, he's been searching for his dog ever since. What has this biatch done to try to find the original owner? This dog was that dude's family. As for putting thousands of dollars into the dog to train it as a service animal, that's a bunch of bullshiat, for the same reason you don't get to keep a dog just because you spent thousands of dollars on vet care. It's not her dog. It's not her family. It's not her possession.


The service animal industry needs to be keel-hauled and government regulated anyway.


I think SJKebab just copied the link text and got the tag ("Asinine") along with it. I doubt it's supposed to read "Asinine man".
 
2012-07-12 07:03:49 AM
If someone had my dog and wouldn't give it back, I'd probably sorta kill them.
 
2012-07-12 07:05:36 AM
There was an episode Of Judge Judy exactly like this where the man lost his dog and a woman bought it from someone around the same time he lost it. His sister saw the dog in a car and the new owner refused to give it back. Judge Judy ordered the dog come into the courtroom and had them put the dog on the ground, and it ran straight to the original owner. It was pretty cool, hope that happens here.
 
2012-07-12 07:08:34 AM
FTFComments: "James Varney
If I steal a child and then love, feed, educate, and clothe him or her for years I am still a kidnapper."

That's all that needs to be said, on the morals and ethics tip.

On the legal tip, the dude proved it was his dog, went through the proper channels to inform the authorities and the public that his dog was missing, and the chick acknowledge it was his dog. Apparently Animal Service ITSELF said this was the dude's dog, give it back. While is there a legal battle? Why is she being allowed to keep a dog that isn't hers? Why is her attorney being allowed to quote law which has no standing for their county? Why isn't this case being dismissed in the dude's favor?

Are they seriously going to allow some attorney to 'win' this case through frivolous filings because his client has more money to do so than the rightful owner? What the fk kind of precedent are they trying to set with this case?


I hope Chase goes back to his real family, with Sam Hanson-Fleming. Is there any legal fund for this dude? This is something I'd be willing to pay into, because this is his family. I really hurt for him. I've been there,. on both sides, and what this chick and her family is doing is wrong. Nobody should lose a case which is rightfully theirs, just because the other side can outspend them.
 
2012-07-12 07:15:17 AM
One-tenth of Britain's armed forces has just been seriously demoted

So, they were decimoted?
 
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