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(Norwalk Reflector)   Man arrested on two counts of being a total asshat   (norwalkreflector.com) divider line 58
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2012-08-31 06:58:41 PM

ProfessorOhki: he pointed the handgun at his wife and threatened to harm her Wednesday night.

Is it just me or does $5k bond seem a bit low for assault with a deadly weapon?


Not just you, and someone who will kill their partner's pets in a domestic dispute is a dangerous psycho. No one will be surprised when he comes back and kills his wife. Just one of the reasons animal cruelty laws need to be stronger.
 
2012-08-31 07:38:26 PM

Two short words. Second word sounds like "rocks".

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Every. Body. Must. Get. Stoned.

They'd have to have a couple of cops on duty to prevent fatalities, but if somebody sold eggs, soft fruit, rotten vegetables, etc., the public would enjoy the barbarity of the punishment as much or more than they enjoyed the barbarity of the crime.
 
2012-08-31 08:07:53 PM
Well... were these Yorkies who go yap yap yap yap yap yap yap yap yap all day and all night?

Still, in that case it's the owner who should be shot.
 
2012-08-31 08:17:10 PM

brantgoose: Two short words. Second word sounds like "rocks".

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Is it bad that the first thing I thought of is that two small dogs could be locked side by side in it?
 
2012-08-31 09:12:33 PM
True Story:

I once worked in a large company; one of the workers was.... odd. Not 'climb a tower and start shooting people' odd, but... odd. Kept to himself, quiet.

One night work was slow and everyone was 'sharing'. I don't know what possessed me, but I prodded him into telling a story. This is the story he chose to share:

My sons were nagging me to get a puppy. I explained to them that it was a big responsibility, that they'd have to work hard on their paper routes, save their money, and when they had saved enough for the dog, food, vet, etc. we'd go to the pound and get one. But. It would be their dog. They'd have to feed it, clean up after it, take it for walks. No exceptions.

After saving all summer, the whole family went to the pound and picked out a dog the weekend after Thanksgiving. Kids brought it home; they really worked hard and kept it clean and took care of it.

At this point I could tell from his tone that something wasn't right, so I asked what happened...

He said, I came down for breakfast Christmas morning, and saw that the dog hadn't been fed, and he'd made a mess because the kids hadn't let him out that morning. So I loaded the family up in the car and we took the dog back to the pound.

/really really.
//last time I asked him to share.
 
2012-08-31 09:53:02 PM

brantgoose: Two short words. Second word sounds like "rocks".

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Every. Body. Must. Get. Stoned.

They'd have to have a couple of cops on duty to prevent fatalities, but if somebody sold eggs, soft fruit, rotten vegetables, etc., the public would enjoy the barbarity of the punishment as much or more than they enjoyed the barbarity of the crime.


You do know, of course, that death in the stocks was far from uncommon. Even where eggs, rotten fruit etc. was acceptable, someone (usually several someones) found ways to make sure the person being shamed didn't have that experience again...
 
2012-09-01 12:11:19 AM
Sadly this a common terror tact among dirtbag abusers. Some friends and I started a charity called Noah's Animal House because of the prevalence of this behavior.

80% of women seeking emergency shelter report that the abuser also mistreated the family pet.

Of those, 20% said they delayed leaving out of fear for the safety of the pet. Most emergency shelters cannot accept pets.

Their fears are well founded. Pets are routinely threatened with violence or death in order to keep her and/or the kids in line. And I've seen firsthand how he's able to manipulate them into coming home. One bastard stood outside the shelter with the family dog with him, screaming for her. The dog was terrorized, the man drove off and the children were screaming and crying because they wanted their dog. So the woman stands there, having to deal with her own pain (broke, homeless, sporting some black eyes, and likely with only the clothes on her back) and tries to comfort the kids, yet somehow tell them that, no, Fido can't come away with them.

You can tell a lot about a person by how they treat animals. If you meet someone who will beat an animal, he or she is more likely to beat on you. RUN AWAY!
 
2012-09-01 10:45:59 AM

ThatsJustWrong!: You can tell a lot about a person by how they treat animals. If you meet someone who will beat an animal, he or she is more likely to beat on you. RUN AWAY!



Or you know, wait till they're asleep and set their ass on fire or bury a butchers knife in their forehead, you know, whatever works for YOU....

/I feared for my life!!!
//love my doggies and kitties
 
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