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(WWSB ABC 7)   Allowing dogs to run around in a city park without leashes: questionable. Doing so in a park with a disc golf course: recipe for disaster   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 139
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2012-12-17 08:57:17 PM
To dogly
 
2012-12-17 08:57:24 PM
wtf is a 'disc golf course'?

/drtfa
 
2012-12-17 08:57:24 PM
Allowing dogs to run around in a city park without leashes: questionable actionable.

Having a dog, and letting it run free in a public place, is like owning an assault rifle.
 
2012-12-17 08:59:03 PM

Tillmaster: Allowing dogs to run around in a city park without leashes: questionable actionable.

Having a dog, and letting it run free in a public place, is like owning an assault rifle.


Agreed.

P.S. I will kill your dog, if I have to.
 
2012-12-17 08:59:20 PM
Forget about the safety issues. What about the shiat disc players have to avoid?
 
2012-12-17 08:59:41 PM
images.mylot.com

FRISBEE!
 
2012-12-17 09:03:04 PM
OK the funny part is that about 5 houses down we have a nice city park which includes a nice, big, partially wooded disc golf course. And of course I let my dog run around without a leash. My dog is trained to come when I call though and he listens to me plus has an extreme 'leave it' that keeps him from any stray frisbees.

He isn't really used to chasing frisbees anyway so he isn't really attracted to them- I have tried throwing frisbees for him because I can throw them further with less effort, but they are WAY too easy for him to destroy. Any normal frisbee he can immediately crack in half. The black kong frisbee was also easily destroyed...

Yea we go leashless all the time- it is why I love winter because all our great city parks are empty. I never do this around busy streets and we always leash up when we are going to pass someone. Never had a problem.
 
2012-12-17 09:03:45 PM

GungFu: wtf is a 'disc golf course'?

/drtfa


It's a special park for potsmokers.
 
2012-12-17 09:03:58 PM
Will the assault on our (dogs') freedom never end?
 
2012-12-17 09:04:23 PM

99.998er: Forget about the safety issues. What about the shiat disc players have to avoid?


I carry an entire roll of bags with me to clean up after my dog. And in the dog's defense, my local disc golf players have a problem with leaving bottles (occasionally broken!) around the park.
 
2012-12-17 09:04:49 PM
My grandfather built himself a private 9-holf course on his farm. Let me tell you, the first few rounds were disastrous. Very quickly young child Acharne was put in charge of throwing a ball for the dogs to chase while the adults quickly all teed off to prevent the dogs from 'fetching' every shot.
 
2012-12-17 09:05:14 PM
Hahah, I can hear Yakkity Sax playing in my head thinking about the dogs chasing the frisbees.
 
2012-12-17 09:05:57 PM

jaytkay: GungFu: wtf is a 'disc golf course'?

/drtfa

It's a special park for potsmokers.


I lol'ed
 
2012-12-17 09:08:32 PM

GungFu: wtf is a 'disc golf course'?

/drtfa


It's played like ball golf, but with frisbee-like discs instead of balls and baskets instead of holes. It was first played in the early 1900's, shortly after the "invention" of the flying disc. Tournaments started in the 1960's using trees and trashcans as "holes". The first course was built at Oak Grove Park (now Hahamongna Park) in La Canada, California in 1975. I play there regularly.
 
2012-12-17 09:08:40 PM

spidermilk: OK the funny part is that about 5 houses down we have a nice city park which includes a nice, big, partially wooded disc golf course. And of course I let my dog run around without a leash. My dog is trained to come when I call though and he listens to me plus has an extreme 'leave it' that keeps him from any stray frisbees.

He isn't really used to chasing frisbees anyway so he isn't really attracted to them- I have tried throwing frisbees for him because I can throw them further with less effort, but they are WAY too easy for him to destroy. Any normal frisbee he can immediately crack in half. The black kong frisbee was also easily destroyed...

Yea we go leashless all the time- it is why I love winter because all our great city parks are empty. I never do this around busy streets and we always leash up when we are going to pass someone. Never had a problem.


Passed a woman in the last four-score weeks who had her big dog leash-less, "controlled" by whistles...

Look, I'm a walking human, walking to where I must go just now, and if your leash-less dog even so much as mildly threatens me, I will try to walk away, but if it continues to approach me hostily, I will continue to try to retreat from your angry leash-less dog, who knows why it's angrily approaching me, however, if this angry, leash-less dog gets too close, I will execute it swiftly...
 
2012-12-17 09:10:41 PM
All the Frisbee golf guys I know are total stoners.

Also, just let the dogs be, man
 
2012-12-17 09:13:21 PM

Indubitably: Look, I'm a walking human, walking to where I must go just now, and if your leash-less dog even so much as mildly threatens me, I will try to walk away, but if it continues to approach me hostily, I will continue to try to retreat from your angry leash-less dog, who knows why it's angrily approaching me, however, if this angry, leash-less dog gets too close, I will execute it swiftly...

 
2012-12-17 09:13:42 PM

Indubitably:
Look, I'm a walking human, walking to where I must go just now, and if your leash-less dog even so much as mildly threatens me, I will try to walk away, but if it continues to approach me hostily, I will continue to try to retreat from your angry leash-less dog, who knows why it's angrily approaching me, however, if this angry, leash-less dog gets too close, I will execute it swiftly...


Look, my dog doesn't really give two craps about people- he is a German Shepherd so he could care less unless someone was walking directly towards me. He doesn't approach people, if he so much as turns toward someone and takes a step I call him to me and leash him up. If he ran at someone I would fully expect them to kick them, shoot him, or at least yell at him and me- I would do the same thing if some strange dog was running at me.
 
2012-12-17 09:15:22 PM

timujin: Indubitably: Look, I'm a walking human, walking to where I must go just now, and if your leash-less dog even so much as mildly threatens me, I will try to walk away, but if it continues to approach me hostily, I will continue to try to retreat from your angry leash-less dog, who knows why it's angrily approaching me, however, if this angry, leash-less dog gets too close, I will execute it swiftly...


dammitsomuch... try that again:

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2012-12-17 09:16:05 PM
To dog
 
2012-12-17 09:21:51 PM
Dogs? AWESOME, LOVE TEH PUPPEHS!!!!111!!

Frolfers? Can we kill them more slowly? Inch at a time, like?

/Frolfer when I was in college, after a frisbee misses my head by an inch: DON'T TOUCH IT!!!!
Me: Pick up and FLING!!!!!
 
2012-12-17 09:22:01 PM

Indubitably: P.S. I will kill your dog, if I have to.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-12-17 09:22:10 PM
www.dogbreedinfo.com
 
2012-12-17 09:23:26 PM

mbillips: Dogs? AWESOME, LOVE TEH PUPPEHS!!!!111!!

Frolfers? Can we kill them more slowly? Inch at a time, like?

/Frolfer when I was in college, after a frisbee misses my head by an inch: DON'T TOUCH IT!!!!
Me: Pick up and FLING!!!!!


To Greg is to lie...

Credibility is worth more than gold, really.

*)
 
2012-12-17 09:24:14 PM

Johnny Bananapeel: Indubitably: P.S. I will kill your dog, if I have to.

[i.imgur.com image 400x301]

To dogg?

 
2012-12-17 09:25:49 PM
"And she is not the only one with that feeling. Zac Santoro uses the new dicks golf course and says dogs on the run spells trouble for the sport. "Dogs happen to be fond of dicks. They could end up chasing them, biting them, destroying them. So that's an issue," says Santoro."
 
2012-12-17 09:26:34 PM

Tillmaster: Allowing dogs to run around in a city park without leashes: questionable actionable.

Having a dog, and letting it run free in a public place, is like owning an assault rifle.


heh 3/10.
 
2012-12-17 09:26:48 PM
Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog. Two kinds of dogs out there: super-friendly lap babies who want to get petted, and scaredy/barky or aggressive dogs that I can scare the shiat out of, because I am a gigantic goddam primate who can throw rocks. The only dog I've ever been slightly worried about was an aggressive, half-a-killer Rottweiller who musta weighed 150 pounds, and I got my pistol out to deal with him if needed (wasn't needed).
 
2012-12-17 09:28:18 PM
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That is what my disc golf park looks like all winter- completely empty and full of pristine snow...

And these contraptions are how you know it is a disc golf course for those who have never heard of this sport: 
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2012-12-17 09:28:37 PM

mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog.


The tough-on-the-internet kind, apparently.
 
2012-12-17 09:30:09 PM

mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog. Two kinds of dogs out there: super-friendly lap babies who want to get petted, and scaredy/barky or aggressive dogs that I can scare the shiat out of, because I am a gigantic goddam primate who can throw rocks. The only dog I've ever been slightly worried about was an aggressive, half-a-killer Rottweiller who musta weighed 150 pounds, and I got my pistol out to deal with him if needed (wasn't needed).


The Indubitably kind apparently.
 
2012-12-17 09:30:22 PM
Dogs should only be off-leash when they're in a dog park. I'll forgive people for walking dogs off-leash in an empty park, but the moment another person shows up the leash should go on.
 
2012-12-17 09:30:55 PM
The old dog poop slip-n slide.
 
2012-12-17 09:31:14 PM
Post-Script: I love dogs, and most of them love me. Shoot, critters love me; I'm a real Grizzly Adama...*)
 
2012-12-17 09:31:55 PM

China White Tea: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog.

The tough-on-the-internet kind, apparently.


lol, even ended on the same word.
 
2012-12-17 09:32:30 PM

BigLuca: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog. Two kinds of dogs out there: super-friendly lap babies who want to get petted, and scaredy/barky or aggressive dogs that I can scare the shiat out of, because I am a gigantic goddam primate who can throw rocks. The only dog I've ever been slightly worried about was an aggressive, half-a-killer Rottweiller who musta weighed 150 pounds, and I got my pistol out to deal with him if needed (wasn't needed).

The Indubitably kind apparently.


Oops, on yer part, I have never been afraid of a dog...

Oops-squared?
 
2012-12-17 09:33:36 PM

China White Tea: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog.

The tough-on-the-internet kind, apparently.


Really? People are afraid of dogs? That's ridiculous. I can see being scared of people, but dogs? You don't have to be tough to not be scared of dogs, that's just standard being a people.

When I was a kid, there were no leash laws, because I lived in the sticks, and we used to chase off barky dogs by throwing rocks at them. You bow up on a dog, they haul ass.
 
2012-12-17 09:34:46 PM

Indubitably: BigLuca: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog. Two kinds of dogs out there: super-friendly lap babies who want to get petted, and scaredy/barky or aggressive dogs that I can scare the shiat out of, because I am a gigantic goddam primate who can throw rocks. The only dog I've ever been slightly worried about was an aggressive, half-a-killer Rottweiller who musta weighed 150 pounds, and I got my pistol out to deal with him if needed (wasn't needed).

The Indubitably kind apparently.

Oops, on yer part, I have never been afraid of a dog...

Oops-squared?


P.S. I have dreamed of the Wolf Pack eating me alive, friend, for I fear no dog, for the Wolf has already eaten my soul, however, then the bear came...
 
2012-12-17 09:35:17 PM
Some of those disks are weighted, and could harm a dog that tries to catch it. So discs should be banned. Not ALL discs of course, just these new super destructive ones that the inventor of the frisbee could never have imagined.
 
2012-12-17 09:35:57 PM
The zombified corpse of my lab mix is probably haunting that park.
 
2012-12-17 09:37:15 PM

spidermilk: OK the funny part is that about 5 houses down we have a nice city park which includes a nice, big, partially wooded disc golf course. And of course I let my dog run around without a leash. My dog is trained to come when I call though and he listens to me plus has an extreme 'leave it' that keeps him from any stray frisbees.

He isn't really used to chasing frisbees anyway so he isn't really attracted to them- I have tried throwing frisbees for him because I can throw them further with less effort, but they are WAY too easy for him to destroy. Any normal frisbee he can immediately crack in half. The black kong frisbee was also easily destroyed...

Yea we go leashless all the time- it is why I love winter because all our great city parks are empty. I never do this around busy streets and we always leash up when we are going to pass someone. Never had a problem.


never had a problem - until the first time. there are leash laws for good reasons. know it all's like you are why other peoples pets get bit or animal lovers (like my wife) cry many tears when your dog finally does chase whatever one day and it's dusk/dark, rainy and wham. then you're upset, my wife is upset, it costs us over $1500 to fix the undercarriage of the Scion not including the front air dam still needing replacement but worst of all your pet is dead. people like you that are so cock-sure they are just great dog trainers and pet owners bring sorrow to other people and pets, it's just a matter of time. the world is full of your type. you'll never change. mr know it all. you make me sick.
 
2012-12-17 09:37:42 PM
My city has fenced in leash free areas in many of the parks.
 
2012-12-17 09:38:54 PM

Indubitably: Indubitably: BigLuca: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog. Two kinds of dogs out there: super-friendly lap babies who want to get petted, and scaredy/barky or aggressive dogs that I can scare the shiat out of, because I am a gigantic goddam primate who can throw rocks. The only dog I've ever been slightly worried about was an aggressive, half-a-killer Rottweiller who musta weighed 150 pounds, and I got my pistol out to deal with him if needed (wasn't needed).

The Indubitably kind apparently.

Oops, on yer part, I have never been afraid of a dog...

Oops-squared?

P.S. I have dreamed of the Wolf Pack eating me alive, friend, for I fear no dog, for the Wolf has already eaten my soul, however, then the bear came...


P.P.S. When it saw the dog on the carcass, it garrumphed. The bear took the carcass from the dog and wolf. They waited, respectfully, for the bear to finish. When the bear was gorged, the dog and wolf gorged too...
 
2012-12-17 09:40:06 PM

mbillips: Really? People are afraid of dogs?


Oh, no, I'm right there with you. I was referring to the ITG with the masturbatory fantasies about valiantly defending himself from some irresponsible citizen's vicious canine.
 
2012-12-17 09:41:13 PM

China White Tea: mbillips: Really? People are afraid of dogs?

Oh, no, I'm right there with you. I was referring to the ITG with the masturbatory fantasies about valiantly defending himself from some irresponsible citizen's vicious canine.

To overlabel

 
2012-12-17 09:41:16 PM

Indubitably: Oops, on yer part, I have never been afraid of a dog...


s8.postimage.org
 
2012-12-17 09:42:26 PM
I bring my dog, off leash, to the local disc golf course most of the time -- never had any problems.

He's pretty well behaved, however. *shrug*
 
2012-12-17 09:45:30 PM

surrealbowl: I bring my dog, off leash, to the local disc golf course most of the time -- never had any problems.

He's pretty well behaved, however. *shrug*


Not the same as the street in a large metropolis, sparky...
 
2012-12-17 09:45:53 PM

China White Tea: mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog.

The tough-on-the-internet kind, apparently.


Or the kind that had a dog try to rip their face off when they were a child...
 
2012-12-17 09:46:55 PM
After I found out how serious some guys take disc golf, I can't wait to see one cry over his driver disc getting dog teeth marks. Since these guys carry bags of disc with them, why don't they have caddies? Atleast I hope they hadn't gotten that far.
 
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