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(ABC Local)   In a small Pennsylvania suburb, your neighbor's two friendly dogs escape and end up on your land. Naturally, your only option is to murder the dogs and then leave a taunting voicemail for the dogs owners   (abclocal.go.com) divider line 242
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2013-02-22 12:03:39 AM  
I'm still kind of disappointed the whole Mayan apocalypse thing didn't happen.

Humanity really is just a virus with shoes, and maybe it's time the roaches took over.
 
2013-02-22 12:10:53 AM  
Another responsible gun owner heard from.
 
2013-02-22 12:20:52 AM  
farking hell I hate this state sometimes.
 
2013-02-22 12:32:29 AM  
Oregon has a similar dogs vs livestock law too.

609.150. Destruction of dog that harms or chases livestock, exemptions

(1) Except as provided in subsection (3) of this section, any dog, whether licensed or not, which, while off the premises owned or under control of its owner, kills, wounds, or injures any livestock not belonging to the master of such dog, is a public nuisance and may be killed immediately by any person. However, nothing in this section applies to any dog acting under the direction of its master, or the agents or employees of such master.

(2) If any dog, not under the control of its owner or keeper, is found chasing or feeding upon the warm carcass of livestock not the property of such owner or keeper it shall be deemed, prima facie, as engaged in killing, wounding or injuring livestock.

(3) No person shall kill any dog for killing, wounding, injuring or chasing chickens upon a public place, highway or within the corporate limits of any city.

Amended by Laws 1975, c. 749, § 6.
 
2013-02-22 12:45:48 AM  
I was gonna say kill the shooter and drag his corpse through the street like a bandito corpse in Tombstone, AZ in an old fictional cowboy movie.

I was gonna say that.

But it was a farm. Dogs killed a freakin' alpaca recently. Bad juju, but an accident I hope.

If not, clear toen square just in case.
 
2013-02-22 01:32:56 AM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.


Glad to see this phrase is now completely meaningless.
 
2013-02-22 02:58:05 AM  
Funny, he seemed to know exactly who those dogs belonged to. He really couldn't have called them to come get their dogs before he shot two family pets?

I don't care what the law says, I would make his life a living hell, if he did that to my dogs. Farking psycho.
 
2013-02-22 03:36:05 AM  

cc_rider: He really couldn't have called them to come get their dogs before he shot two family pets?


We don't know the dogs weren't worrying livestock. Farmers shoot pests. That includes kids and tax men.

I agree that it could spark a blood feud if they were just family pets, but I used to have a dachshund who could kill a sparrow in mid-flight. That dog was a stone cold killer. Scale it up to a collie and you're lookin' at baby alpaca in danger and mommas losing their... foal? What the hell is a baby alpaca called?

I'm reserving judgement until I hear both sides. THEN I'll overreact and rain hyperbole down like it was mere exaggeration.
 
2013-02-22 04:55:23 AM  

doglover: cc_rider: He really couldn't have called them to come get their dogs before he shot two family pets?

We don't know the dogs weren't worrying livestock. Farmers shoot pests. That includes kids and tax men.

I agree that it could spark a blood feud if they were just family pets, but I used to have a dachshund who could kill a sparrow in mid-flight. That dog was a stone cold killer. Scale it up to a collie and you're lookin' at baby alpaca in danger and mommas losing their... foal? What the hell is a baby alpaca called?

I'm reserving judgement until I hear both sides. THEN I'll overreact and rain hyperbole down like it was mere exaggeration.


Baby alpacas are called crias. They also scare the shiat out of you when you're doing chores and they start falling out of the mom's ass when you aren't expecting it. [Source] My aunt and uncle raise alpacas in Wisconsin.
 
2013-02-22 04:59:26 AM  
Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.
 
2013-02-22 05:01:02 AM  

SquiggsIN: Alpaca's give birth thru the ass?  You know, I really feel I learned something today.


Actually, they lay eggs, like other marsupials. Interestingly, because they are from Peru, a high-altitude country, the eggs they lay have leather shells to protect the baby alpacas from the cold.

Once they are born, they develop a thick, wooly coat which is then shaved off and made into thick wooly coats.
 
2013-02-22 05:05:56 AM  

SquiggsIN: AverageAmericanGuy: SquiggsIN: Alpaca's give birth thru the ass?  You know, I really feel I learned something today.

Actually, they lay eggs, like other marsupials. Interestingly, because they are from Peru, a high-altitude country, the eggs they lay have leather shells to protect the baby alpacas from the cold.

Once they are born, they develop a thick, wooly coat which is then shaved off and made into thick wooly coats.

So alpacas aren't artiodactyls anymore?  (sadly, i didn't have to look that up)


No, they don't have hands.
 
2013-02-22 05:07:31 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.


On a farm? Really?
 
2013-02-22 05:08:30 AM  
You ALWAYS shoot the dog.
 
2013-02-22 05:11:20 AM  

swahnhennessy: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

On a farm? Really?


No. On a boat.

OF COURSE ON A FARM. That's what this story is about.
 
2013-02-22 05:11:59 AM  

swahnhennessy: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

On a farm? Really?


Ignore him. He's trollin' me.
 
2013-02-22 05:14:10 AM  
Ooh..."murder"! Screw that! Murder is taking a coathanger to an unborn child. Packs of dogs in the backwoods need to be eviscerated on occasion!
 
2013-02-22 05:15:58 AM  
It sounds like it's very likely these dogs were harrassing the livestock. Unfortunately that can happen when you keep a predator as a pet.

 As far as "scaring" them off, I don't know if you've ever tried it, but when a dog is in "predation" mode not much registers beyond his immediate focus. Maybe, *maybe* if you chucked a big enough rock into his backside he might look up at you...before going back to doing what he was doing. I suppose there are a few dogs out there that might stop and come in, but most of them are pretty intense.

 And good luck with running them down. Even a basset hound can out run a human.

 There usually aren't many good options in this case. It generally sucks all the way around.

/damn.
 
2013-02-22 05:17:56 AM  
Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely
 
2013-02-22 05:24:46 AM  
In cases like this the dogs' owners should get a "get out of jail free card". They get to do whatever twisted, farked-up thing they want to the d'bag that killed their dogs.
 
2013-02-22 05:25:32 AM  
It's why I don't trust people who hate dogs and/or would treat them poorly. Unless you have an allergy or a dog attacked you or hurt someone you loved, it's a sign you're a bad person.
 
2013-02-22 05:28:12 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.


lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely


They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped. Read this article from Philly.com. It's better written and will give you a better idea of what exactly happened.
 
2013-02-22 05:30:01 AM  

TheJoe03: It's why I don't trust people who hate dogs and/or would treat them poorly. Unless you have an allergy or a dog attacked you or hurt someone you loved, it's a sign you're a bad person.


Never trust a man who doesn't like dogs and never trust a man who dogs don't like.
 
2013-02-22 05:39:07 AM  

offmymeds: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely

They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped.


So in other words, they were no longer fenced in, and thus were running around freely.
 
2013-02-22 05:42:07 AM  

offmymeds: Read this article from Philly.com.


Yes, it does make it more clear.  Thank you.  The dogs weren't merely on the mans property.  They dogs were in and amongst the mans livestock.  This sounds more like suburbia encroaching on rural farm land and ignorant city folk not knowing how things work in the country.  I have pets and I have farm animals.  I also would not hesitate shooting any animal if I found them amongst or chasing my livestock.
 
2013-02-22 05:43:46 AM  

Zebulon: offmymeds: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely

They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped.

So in other words, they were no longer fenced in, and thus were running around freely.


It's a bit reminding of the bum who almost lost his dog because he couldn't pay to get it out of the shelter.

Sometimes a stranger saved the day. Sometimes the stranger kills the dog.

They rely on humans to protect them. In both cases the owners let the dogs down.
 
2013-02-22 05:44:00 AM  
 
2013-02-22 05:45:36 AM  

Zebulon: offmymeds: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely

They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped.

So in other words, they were no longer fenced in, and thus were running around freely.


*Sigh* I give up. Buh-bye.
 
2013-02-22 05:52:29 AM  
Hand drawn map from the Examiner......
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Bing Map (pops)


And why yes, there is a Facebook page because of course, this is a national tragedy that a pair of untamed, spastic, pure bread $1,000 dogs got out of the yard, smelled other animals as untamed, spastic, pure bread $1,000 dogs tend to do and went on a hunt. Or is it a tragedy that people pay $1,000+ for a dog (2 dogs actually) when there are tens of thousands sitting in kennels every day just waiting for the grim reaper to show up?

I hate to see a dog get killed as much as anybody, but this is classic yuppie/hipster encroachment and the fallout when dealing with someone who has been there for years probably. This couple spent probably over $2k for a couple of pets so they could say they had some exclusive breed and now they are butthurt over their loss of investment.

I also have to question whether this was the first time the dogs got out.

You got a couple thousand laying around?
PuppyFind.com - Bernese Mountain Dog

(pops)
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2013-02-22 05:57:27 AM  

NOVanHelsing: offmymeds: Read this article from Philly.com.

Yes, it does make it more clear.  Thank you.  The dogs weren't merely on the mans property.  They dogs were in and amongst the mans livestock.  This sounds more like suburbia encroaching on rural farm land and ignorant city folk not knowing how things work in the country.  I have pets and I have farm animals.  I also would not hesitate shooting any animal if I found them amongst or chasing my livestock.


"In and amongst" his livestock doesn't really clear things up. Were they attacking the livestock? Were they just sniffing the livestock's butts? Were they just rolling is sheep sh*t?

If the dogs were not attacking the sheep then the guy is a complete douchebag.

If the dogs were attacking his sheep: don't blame the guy one bit, good for him.

Really couldn't say for sure one way or the other about this without seeing video of the event. (And I am glad there isn't any.) Since they're saying none of the guy's livestock was hurt I lean toward the opinion that he acted rashly.
 
2013-02-22 06:01:53 AM  

homelessdude: Hand drawn map from the Examiner......
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Bing Map (pops)

And why yes, there is a Facebook page because of course, this is a national tragedy that a pair of untamed, spastic, pure bread $1,000 dogs got out of the yard, smelled other animals as untamed, spastic, pure bread $1,000 dogs tend to do and went on a hunt. Or is it a tragedy that people pay $1,000+ for a dog (2 dogs actually) when there are tens of thousands sitting in kennels every day just waiting for the grim reaper to show up?

I hate to see a dog get killed as much as anybody, but this is classic yuppie/hipster encroachment and the fallout when dealing with someone who has been there for years probably. This couple spent probably over $2k for a couple of pets so they could say they had some exclusive breed and now they are butthurt over their loss of investment.

I also have to question whether this was the first time the dogs got out.

You got a couple thousand laying around?
PuppyFind.com - Bernese Mountain Dog

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Bread dogs are really docile. I say this is conclusive proof that the old coot acted rashly.

Also $1,000 for a dog is NOT expensive. Would I pay it? No. But that doesn't seem excessively extravagant.
 
2013-02-22 06:03:53 AM  

cuzsis: It sounds like it's very likely these dogs were harrassing the livestock. Unfortunately that can happen when you keep a predator as a pet.

 As far as "scaring" them off, I don't know if you've ever tried it, but when a dog is in "predation" mode not much registers beyond his immediate focus. Maybe, *maybe* if you chucked a big enough rock into his backside he might look up at you...before going back to doing what he was doing. I suppose there are a few dogs out there that might stop and come in, but most of them are pretty intense.

 And good luck with running them down. Even a basset hound can out run a human.

 There usually aren't many good options in this case. It generally sucks all the way around.

/damn.


Even folks who Hunt (horses, fancy clothes, hounds) carry a pistol loaded with buckshot  in case they need to get a dog's attention.
Once they're focused on a scent, it's tunnel everything (i.e., vision, scent, sound)...but they're still open to an ass full of buckshot.
 
2013-02-22 06:10:34 AM  

syzygy whizz: cuzsis: It sounds like it's very likely these dogs were harrassing the livestock. Unfortunately that can happen when you keep a predator as a pet.

 As far as "scaring" them off, I don't know if you've ever tried it, but when a dog is in "predation" mode not much registers beyond his immediate focus. Maybe, *maybe* if you chucked a big enough rock into his backside he might look up at you...before going back to doing what he was doing. I suppose there are a few dogs out there that might stop and come in, but most of them are pretty intense.

 And good luck with running them down. Even a basset hound can out run a human.

 There usually aren't many good options in this case. It generally sucks all the way around.

/damn.

Even folks who Hunt (horses, fancy clothes, hounds) carry a pistol loaded with buckshot  in case they need to get a dog's attention.
Once they're focused on a scent, it's tunnel everything (i.e., vision, scent, sound)...but they're still open to an ass full of buckshot.


Do you know what buckshot is? Nobody sane would shoot anything--that they don't want to kill--with buckshot.
 
2013-02-22 06:11:07 AM  

The Snow Dog: If the dogs were not attacking the sheep then the guy is a complete douchebag.


I know this may surprise you but is it not necessary for the offending animal to be "attacking the livestock" in order for me the livestock owner to dispatch said animal.  That the animal is spooking is provocation enough.  The stress of having a predator in their midst will/can cause the livestock to stop producing that which they produce.  This is the reason for laws such as these.

Keep your animals off my property and I won't let my livestock onto yours.  Deal?
 
2013-02-22 06:11:54 AM  

TheJoe03: It's why I don't trust people who hate dogs and/or would treat them poorly. Unless you have an allergy or a dog attacked you or hurt someone you loved, it's a sign you're a bad person.


offmymeds: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely

They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped. Read this article from Philly.com. It's better written and will give you a better idea of what exactly happened.


This is why I am not fond of dogs.  Two of them (not for the first time) escaped from their enclosure and killed my oldest cat. In his OWN yard. One dog, maybe he might have gotten away, but with two he didn't have a chance.
My 'gun' was the animal control unit...the dogs were euthanized eventually.

Didn't bring back Misha, however...and didn't make me feel 'better' about the whole mess.
 
2013-02-22 06:14:33 AM  

The Snow Dog: syzygy whizz: cuzsis: It sounds like it's very likely these dogs were harrassing the livestock. Unfortunately that can happen when you keep a predator as a pet.

 As far as "scaring" them off, I don't know if you've ever tried it, but when a dog is in "predation" mode not much registers beyond his immediate focus. Maybe, *maybe* if you chucked a big enough rock into his backside he might look up at you...before going back to doing what he was doing. I suppose there are a few dogs out there that might stop and come in, but most of them are pretty intense.

 And good luck with running them down. Even a basset hound can out run a human.

 There usually aren't many good options in this case. It generally sucks all the way around.

/damn.

Even folks who Hunt (horses, fancy clothes, hounds) carry a pistol loaded with buckshot  in case they need to get a dog's attention.
Once they're focused on a scent, it's tunnel everything (i.e., vision, scent, sound)...but they're still open to an ass full of buckshot.

Do you know what buckshot is? Nobody sane would shoot anything--that they don't want to kill--with buckshot.


I probably have my terms wrong...I'm thinking small, stinging, but not lethal.
So how about "I have an idea what I'm talking about, just not the right term for it?"
 
2013-02-22 06:16:46 AM  

NOVanHelsing: The Snow Dog: If the dogs were not attacking the sheep then the guy is a complete douchebag.

I know this may surprise you but is it not necessary for the offending animal to be "attacking the livestock" in order for me the livestock owner to dispatch said animal.  That the animal is spooking is provocation enough.  The stress of having a predator in their midst will/can cause the livestock to stop producing that which they produce.  This is the reason for laws such as these.

Keep your animals off my property and I won't let my livestock onto yours.  Deal?


Sure thing. It's your right to eat your own dingleberries too. Doesn't mean you have to do it, dingleberry-breath.

syzygy whizz: TheJoe03: It's why I don't trust people who hate dogs and/or would treat them poorly. Unless you have an allergy or a dog attacked you or hurt someone you loved, it's a sign you're a bad person.

offmymeds: AverageAmericanGuy: Keep your dogs on leash.

The deaths of these two dogs are on the owner that let them run free.

lucksi: Don't let your farking dogs roam around freely

They weren't "running around freely". They were fenced in, but escaped. Read this article from Philly.com. It's better written and will give you a better idea of what exactly happened.

This is why I am not fond of dogs.  Two of them (not for the first time) escaped from their enclosure and killed my oldest cat. In his OWN yard. One dog, maybe he might have gotten away, but with two he didn't have a chance.
My 'gun' was the animal control unit...the dogs were euthanized eventually.

Didn't bring back Misha, however...and didn't make me feel 'better' about the whole mess.


Dude! That really bites. Sorry to hear that...
 
2013-02-22 06:25:00 AM  

syzygy whizz: The Snow Dog: syzygy whizz: cuzsis: It sounds like it's very likely these dogs were harrassing the livestock. Unfortunately that can happen when you keep a predator as a pet.

 As far as "scaring" them off, I don't know if you've ever tried it, but when a dog is in "predation" mode not much registers beyond his immediate focus. Maybe, *maybe* if you chucked a big enough rock into his backside he might look up at you...before going back to doing what he was doing. I suppose there are a few dogs out there that might stop and come in, but most of them are pretty intense.

 And good luck with running them down. Even a basset hound can out run a human.

 There usually aren't many good options in this case. It generally sucks all the way around.

/damn.

Even folks who Hunt (horses, fancy clothes, hounds) carry a pistol loaded with buckshot  in case they need to get a dog's attention.
Once they're focused on a scent, it's tunnel everything (i.e., vision, scent, sound)...but they're still open to an ass full of buckshot.

Do you know what buckshot is? Nobody sane would shoot anything--that they don't want to kill--with buckshot.

I probably have my terms wrong...I'm thinking small, stinging, but not lethal.
So how about "I have an idea what I'm talking about, just not the right term for it?"


Right on. Buckshot is large shot for hunting medium-sized game like deer, bobcats, and often kept loaded in shotguns for home defense. Most people who hunt deer with shotguns nowadays use slugs, but some people will still use the larger buckshot sizes. I would hope that people wouldn't shoot their dogs with anything just to get their attention. You could still put eyes out with any size shot.(Except sand, maybe.)
 
2013-02-22 06:26:41 AM  

The Snow Dog: Bread dogs are really docile. I say this is conclusive proof that the old coot acted rashly.
Also $1,000 for a dog is NOT expensive. Would I pay it? No. But that doesn't seem excessively extravagant.


Bread dogs? Is there some yeast thing that makes them manageable? Whatever though - no, because you type something does not make it conclusive proof. Everybody says there pet is the sweetest animal in the world that would not hurt a fly.

FWIW, I would not be surprised if the alpaca guy is a bit of a whack. I will concede that. It is possible that a super soaker gun could have accomplished the same result without the death of the dog. Then again, this is PA.
dartstrike.com

PA is one major gun loving and hunting state. It is often joked that the opening of deer hunting season in PA is akin to a state holiday - (seriously....this is true). The point being that any person with any pet in PA has to be aware that there is a culture there that worships hunting, guns and blasting animals with those guns. Any live animal that is on another person's property is a target. If that "farmer's" alpacas had gotten loose, they could just as easily suffer the same fate.

And and yean...if you spend $1k+ on a dog, you are an idiot, trophy animal collector. If you need a working dog (farm herding type, seeing eye, medical assistant etc), then fine, I can certainly see that. If you live in some mcmansion in a burbs and are lamenting on TV about your purebred animal while playing a recorded phone message from your iPhone, I tend to not have a lot of sympathy,
 
2013-02-22 06:27:27 AM  
there pet = their pet
 
2013-02-22 06:29:15 AM  
rfa My first guess there is/was some tension between these neighbours

CSB My first dog was a newfie ,she was a good dog but but at time she was dumber than a sack of rocks. The first time she came on heat we had to keep her penned up just to stop the local dog from trying to get some tail.
The thing is if you want to keep the local dogs away the best method I found was salt . i.e rock salt and the air rife , the local mutts came to know that my yard  HURT  a lot .So I dealt with a problem with out being that asshole in my county , the dogs live and there was no dead livestock

\I miss that stupid dog
\\she had a good run ,12 years
\god its dusty in here I'm off for a smoke
 
2013-02-22 06:30:00 AM  

offmymeds: TheJoe03: It's why I don't trust people who hate dogs and/or would treat them poorly. Unless you have an allergy or a dog attacked you or hurt someone you loved, it's a sign you're a bad person.

Never trust a man who doesn't like dogs and never trust a man who dogs don't like.


what these two said, and i hope farmer gets ass cancer. slow, painful ass cancer.
 
2013-02-22 06:31:20 AM  

The Snow Dog: Sure thing. It's your right to eat your own dingleberries too. Doesn't mean you have to do it, dingleberry-breath


These animals I keep to provide sustinace and profit are my responsibility.  They are, for the most part, confined for their own protection.   If you fail to control your animal and it leaves your property and comes into my livestock pens or coop then you sir are responsible for any actions I must take to protect my livestock.

That you fail to comprehend this simple fact amazes me.
 
2013-02-22 06:55:52 AM  

NOVanHelsing: The Snow Dog: Sure thing. It's your right to eat your own dingleberries too. Doesn't mean you have to do it, dingleberry-breath These animals I keep to provide sustinace and profit are my responsibility.  They are, for the most part, confined for their own protection.   If you fail to control your animal and it leaves your property and comes into my livestock pens or coop then you sir are responsible for any actions I must take to protect my livestock. That you fail to comprehend this simple fact amazes me.

us.acidcow.com
 
2013-02-22 06:59:22 AM  
"He had other options," Boch said. "He could have yelled or scared them. He picked up the gun and killed them."

So you're saying he has other options, but they're all options that in no way even begin to address his problem (stray dogs killing his sheep)?

Yeah, thanks, moron.

Honestly, I not only don't really have a problem with this, I would place the blame for the death of the dogs on the morons that didn't properly contain their farking pets.  When you let your dogs uncontrolled off of your property, you are responsible for their inevitable death, as well as any destruction which they cause.  Given the very real problem that strays can be even in urban areas, you're also a horrible person in general as well as a horrible pet owner.

//Dogs are not people, they're property, and destroying them is an entirely reasonable act under all the conditions that destroying property would be.  If you leave your kid's art project on your neighbor's lawn and he takes it for trash and throws it out, that's your fault too.
//Anyone who does not understand that a dog is not a person and uses human-only words like "murdered" when discussing them is far too irresponsible to be trusted with owning a dog.
 
2013-02-22 07:06:50 AM  
Fine the owners for improperly restraining their dogs.
 
2013-02-22 07:21:42 AM  

zenferret: Fine the owners for improperly restraining their dogs.


A tree branch fell on the fence according to the article posted in the comments above. (Act of god.)

Therefore: God killed those dogs.

There was nothing anyone could do. The whole event was ordained from on high. I would think a lightning bolt would have been more humane, though. The old coot was just the hand of God, I guess.

Who are we Farkers to argue with the fist of God?

Also: for someone with "Zen" in their handle--you sure don't seem very zen.
 
2013-02-22 07:21:52 AM  
The Snow Dog:
[us.acidcow.com image 500x208]

Dingleberry name calling and an image of a actor who portrayed a ruthless drug lord do not an argument make...

I am a little less amazed that you don't get it...
 
2013-02-22 07:23:09 AM  
I would kneecap that asshole, consequences be damned.
 
2013-02-22 07:26:09 AM  

NOVanHelsing: The Snow Dog:
[us.acidcow.com image 500x208]

Dingleberry name calling and an image of a actor who portrayed a ruthless drug lord do not an argument make...

I am a little less amazed that you don't get it...


Oh, I get it.
 
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