GungFu: wtf is a 'disc golf course'?/drtfa
MycroftHolmes: So it seems like it should be summed up like this1. People have a right to go about their business unmolested2. Dogs, even the best trained and socialized dogs, are still animals who can behave unpredictably3. Dogs, being much better designed animals than humans, can do a great deal of damage in a small amount of time before they can be stopped4. Many people have not been raised around dogs and are anxious around dogs. Many people have been attacked by dogs and are anxious around dogs. Dogs can sense tension and respond to it5. A well trained and friendly dog looks no different than an untrained and aggressive dog.So, to sum up, unless you are in a dog park or off leash park, leash your dog. To not do so is not only not safe (for both the dog as well as people, as some people will respond to what they perceive as a threat with overwhelming force), but it also smacks of inconsiderate douchbaggery.
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).
BigLuca: MisterRonboThe rest of the world seems to get by without getting mauled on a daily basis by joy filled toy poodles, maybe that should give you a hint that the problem is in your own brain (and you are just a scared scared little boy) and not with the vicious Pugs of the world. If you have some compulsion to kill dogs because of your self admitted irrational fear, maybe the next time you feel the need to pull a weapon on an innocent dog, you should just use it to end your own problem permanently.I'm just going to post this and then I'm putting you (and your alt) on ignore because life is too short for trolls or retards or whatever the hell you are. Just because you had experience that turned you a bitter, twisted fark and got your ass kicked (I'd like to shake that guys hand btw) doesn't mean that you should unleash your misery on the rest of the world. And just because a dog looks at you and *gasp* approaches you and *double gasp* might try to jump up on you doesn't mean you get to take a baseball bat to a 7lbs Pomeranian's head. And they very fact you would try to brag about that on the internet really shows your worth as a human being.My advice: Keep doing what your are doing. Pretty soon you will pull out your 9mm and put a cap in the ass of some golden retriever that happened to smell your shoe, and that Viet Nam vet whose helper, and last friend in the world, you just murdered will be carrying too, and he'll decide his freedom is a fair price to pay to take a piece of shiat like you out of the world.And I'd like to shake that guys hand as well.
gunther_bumpass: MisterRonbo: Johnny Bananapeel: MisterRonbo: If you pull out a pistol to deal with it, I guess one of us is going to die. Maybe you think if you're the survivor that makes you right. And who knows, maybe you will be the survivor. Maybe.[i.imgur.com image 500x381]Really? You think this could not have really happened?As recently as last Christmas (I have a buddy whose birthday is Christmas day, he throws a huge barbeque, I got in to a confrontation with some kid he grew up with that brought a dog and let it run off leash). I've had an incident with the cops showing up. I get that a lot of people on the intertubes spew bullshiat, but this? Really?You must lead one heck of a sheltered life. Or you're an idiot.Jesus farking christ the tough guy retards are out in force tonight.
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...
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.
mbillips: Seriously, what kind of pussy is afraid of a dog.
Indubitably: P.S. I will kill your dog, if I have to.
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