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(Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)   Not news: Two college students arrested after forcing underage drinker to do kegstand and posting the photos to Twitter. Fark: A black Lab   (democratandchronicle.com) divider line 34
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2014-03-11 10:06:49 AM
Good.  Hope they rot.
 
2014-03-11 10:07:35 AM
i2.wp.com

"charged with torturing and injuring an animal"

Really?
 
2014-03-11 10:09:20 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-11 10:09:22 AM
Sterilize them.
 
2014-03-11 10:11:38 AM
Since she was drunk, did they get busy with her also?
 
2014-03-11 10:12:46 AM
Fark those guys.  Seriously.

There was a guy in my fraternity who brought his dog down to school one semester.  Dumbest move ever.  He thought it was hilarious to blow pot smoke in its face and feed it beer, and of course all the other idiots in the house followed suit.  Eventually the dog developed a liking for beer, and if you weren't careful, she'd purposely tip over your beer so it would spill and she could drink it up.  Ultimately she'd puke it all up and her owner was passed out drunk somewhere and couldn't care to deal with it till the next day when he woke up at noon.

A dog weighs ~1/3 of an adult male (depending on the breed, obviously), and their livers aren't built for processing alcohol the ways our livers are.

I'm not all that high and mighty on this kind of crap (honestly I've never even owned a pet).  But he had no business letting a dog to live in a frat house.
 
2014-03-11 10:13:28 AM
I am a little confused.  I am a dog owner and love them and have a black lab.  But how can you force the dog to drink beer or anything while holding it like that?  That and most will probably willingly at least taste the beer and may even drink it.  But forcing it is near impossible in that position.

/my old chocolate lab loved beer
//not forced
///drank out of the bottle or glass
 
2014-03-11 10:14:18 AM
My roommate had a Golden Retriever at our house in college, that dog loved beer more than any animal I've ever met.  You couldn't set a cup, glass or bottle down anywhere he could possibly get to it because it would either be drained or knocked over and lapped up the second your left the room.  He also figured out that chewing the end of a keg tap off resulted in the immediate delivery of a huge supply of beer, thank god the keg he used that move on was damn near tapped out or he would have drank himself to death.
 
2014-03-11 10:21:42 AM
Maybe the dog wanted to do a keg stand?

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2014-03-11 10:26:27 AM
How do kids that farking stupid even get into college?
 
2014-03-11 10:27:08 AM
So the dog was under three years old?
 
2014-03-11 10:28:51 AM
www.buserror.net
 
2014-03-11 10:30:18 AM

kregh99: Good.  Hope they rot.


They were charged with a misdemeanor. I doubt they'll "rot" or have any other long lasting effects.
 
2014-03-11 10:31:12 AM
count my old black lab in as having enjoyed beer. didn't give it to him regularly, but it was entertaining not stopping it the one time. besides you know what they say, you can kegstand a horse but you can't make him drink.
 
2014-03-11 10:32:34 AM

balki1867: Fark those guys.  Seriously.

There was a guy in my fraternity who brought his dog down to school one semester.  Dumbest move ever.  He thought it was hilarious to blow pot smoke in its face and feed it beer, and of course all the other idiots in the house followed suit.  Eventually the dog developed a liking for beer, and if you weren't careful, she'd purposely tip over your beer so it would spill and she could drink it up.  Ultimately she'd puke it all up and her owner was passed out drunk somewhere and couldn't care to deal with it till the next day when he woke up at noon.

A dog weighs ~1/3 of an adult male (depending on the breed, obviously), and their livers aren't built for processing alcohol the ways our livers are.

I'm not all that high and mighty on this kind of crap (honestly I've never even owned a pet).  But he had no business letting a dog to live in a frat house.


Says more about the quality of your fraternity than anything else.  You have a whole bunch of guys... and allow that behavior to continue without trying to put an end to it?  I lived in a pretty big fraternity house in college and we had some dogs over the years, none of that nonsense happened.
 
2014-03-11 10:33:17 AM
How many is that in dog beers?
 
2014-03-11 10:43:28 AM

SNGX1275: Says more about the quality of your fraternity than anything else.  You have a whole bunch of guys... and allow that behavior to continue without trying to put an end to it?  I lived in a pretty big fraternity house in college and we had some dogs over the years, none of that nonsense happened.


I don't disagree.

I was in the extreme minority opinion in that situation, and moved out pretty quickly afterwards.  (It's not that people were pro-drugging the dog, they just didn't seem to think it was a big deal). My moving out was a result of many factors, not just the dog situation.

Most of the older guys who recruited me are smart successful, people with whom I'm still very good friends.  I'm still close to only a handful of guys younger than me.

I posted this in a fraternity thread on Fark a while back, but one of the best descriptions I ever read about fraternity life was from a columnist at my school newspaper-- "You'll meet 5-10 lifelong friends, 40-50 guys you can grab a drink with, and 5 people you'd rather not associate with."
 
2014-03-11 10:45:33 AM

Cold_Sassy: How do kids that farking stupid even get into college?


Awesome oral skills.
 
2014-03-11 10:48:57 AM

balki1867: SNGX1275: Says more about the quality of your fraternity than anything else.  You have a whole bunch of guys... and allow that behavior to continue without trying to put an end to it?  I lived in a pretty big fraternity house in college and we had some dogs over the years, none of that nonsense happened.

I don't disagree.

I was in the extreme minority opinion in that situation, and moved out pretty quickly afterwards.  (It's not that people were pro-drugging the dog, they just didn't seem to think it was a big deal). My moving out was a result of many factors, not just the dog situation.

Most of the older guys who recruited me are smart successful, people with whom I'm still very good friends.  I'm still close to only a handful of guys younger than me.

I posted this in a fraternity thread on Fark a while back, but one of the best descriptions I ever read about fraternity life was from a columnist at my school newspaper-- "You'll meet 5-10 lifelong friends, 40-50 guys you can grab a drink with, and 5 people you'd rather not associate with."



Fair enough.  I think that is a fairly accurate assessment.  The culture of my house certainly changed between my first 2 years and the last year I lived in the house, but I don't know that the guys were any worse or better, just people I'd be less likely to hang out with.  Or maybe we just have more respect for the older guys..
 
2014-03-11 11:12:27 AM
I, no shiat, think I had to run these guys and THIS DOG out of my hot tub.

www.gannett-cdn.com

/Seriously, who goes hot tubbing with a dog?
 
2014-03-11 11:49:33 AM

SNGX1275: Fair enough.  I think that is a fairly accurate assessment.  The culture of my house certainly changed between my first 2 years and the last year I lived in the house, but I don't know that the guys were any worse or better, just people I'd be less likely to hang out with.  Or maybe we just have more respect for the older guys..


It was a pretty extreme falloff in my case.  The house I joined was definitely on the academic side.  It wasn't a house full of completely socially-backward freaks (well, a couple of guys...), but we definitely fell on the studious side of the spectrum, although we still had some great college nights.  I was ok with that.

The house I graduated from was known as the place on campus where everyone pretty much had a cocaine hookup if they were looking to buy.
 
2014-03-11 11:55:37 AM
Dogs tend to naturally like the taste the beer (mine will stick his snout down your glass if you're not watching it), but that's just farked up.  One of the breweries in Oregon takes their non-alcoholic leftovers, and packages them as NA beer safe for Dogs:

dawggrog.com
 
2014-03-11 12:06:03 PM
Frat guys acting like throbbing douchebags?  I am aghast...
 
2014-03-11 12:08:28 PM

kregh99: Good.  Hope they rot.


Came here to say something similar.
 
2014-03-11 12:41:18 PM

Cold_Sassy: How do kids that farking stupid even get into college?


I'll tell you - not all colleges are Ivy League institutions.  Some have a lot more lax requirements than others for incoming freshmen.  That, and a lot of 18-year-olds look at college as an excuse to get drunk and party 7 days a week.  Most aren't living at home anymore, so there's no accountability for their behavior.  I had the misfortune of being roommates with one of these special brand of moron my sophomore year.  I'm sure she's a nice person when she's not wasted, but I don't think I ever saw her sober, so I can't really be sure.

I'm weird in that I went to college to get an education.  Not force a dog to do a keg stand at a frat party.
 
2014-03-11 01:09:13 PM
In order to asses the amount of torture and or injury it is important we know the brand of beer and the temperature.
 
2014-03-11 01:22:17 PM

balki1867: SNGX1275: Says more about the quality of your fraternity than anything else.  You have a whole bunch of guys... and allow that behavior to continue without trying to put an end to it?  I lived in a pretty big fraternity house in college and we had some dogs over the years, none of that nonsense happened.

I don't disagree.

I was in the extreme minority opinion in that situation, and moved out pretty quickly afterwards.  (It's not that people were pro-drugging the dog, they just didn't seem to think it was a big deal). My moving out was a result of many factors, not just the dog situation.

Most of the older guys who recruited me are smart successful, people with whom I'm still very good friends.  I'm still close to only a handful of guys younger than me.

I posted this in a fraternity thread on Fark a while back, but one of the best descriptions I ever read about fraternity life was from a columnist at my school newspaper-- "You'll meet 5-10 lifelong friends, 40-50 guys you can grab a drink with, and 5 people you'd rather not associate with."


Your response sounds too well-reasoned for what Fark told me to expect from fraternity members.

FALSE FLAG!
 
2014-03-11 01:32:16 PM
img.fark.net  img.fark.net

That dog is a spitting image of my dog Layla (shown below).
 
2014-03-11 01:32:59 PM
Rather, on the right ::sigh::
 
Al!
2014-03-11 06:59:47 PM
I've been told there are numerous things you should not do with your dog that many people do.  Feeding the dog table scraps/beer is high on that list.  When we put my old beagle mix down several years ago, she was almost 19 and had a steady diet of beer and table scraps.  Honestly, she'd probably still be kicking today, but her quality of life had diminished severely.  She could hardly see or hear, and she was terrified of the neighbors dog, so she didn't even like going outside anymore.  Her last meal was a steak all to herself and a pint of Guinness.  She didn't drink much of the beer, even though she loved Guinness, but that steak was gone in seconds!
 
2014-03-11 07:29:35 PM
True story.

One night my wife made herself a whiskey/seven in a highball glass, had about two sips and fell asleep with it in her hand on her tummy.  Our (relatively new - 2 year old) Keeshond jumped up on the couch and slowly drank the whole d@mn thing.  The dog got literally shiat-faced drunk.  I see no harm in allowing a dog to take a sip or two of an alcoholic beverage (a sip or two being defined as a couple of laps with their tongue) but that is IT.

After his drunken stupor wore off, and if we offered Oscar (our Keeshond) a sip of anything that had whiskey in it, he would curl his lips and sneer like you would not believe.  It was hilarious.  Obviously he learned his lesson.  He would still take a sip or two of a vodka drink but would voluntarily stop after a couple of laps.

Loved that dog ... he had to take the long sleep this past January - he was 15 years, 11 months and 23 days old.  God do I miss him.  *sniff*
 
2014-03-11 08:57:46 PM
I took several classes at SUNY Brockport.
This is pretty much par for the course.

/they produce business and phys-ed grads...
 
2014-03-12 11:47:18 AM
www.fieldandstream.com
 
2014-03-12 03:49:24 PM
 
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