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(CrushPlate)   Article reminded subby that it's time for Florida's long overdue revamp of its state flag to the silhouette of a man bearing down on two pit bulls with nun-chucks as the dogs viciously attack another man   (crushplate.com) divider line 65
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2014-06-21 11:21:48 AM
He hit one dog in the head with the nun-chuck and it did not affect him.
The problem is you need to drill out the center of the batons and fill them with solid steel rods.
 
2014-06-21 11:33:00 AM

letrole: letrole: Someone who owns a pit bull also tends to:
bunner: People who post broad brush opprobrium on web forums tend to
letrole: I may make you feel, but I can't make you think. -- Jethro Tull

bunner: Yeah, I liked that record. It has f*ck all to do with anything in this thread or my response, but it did outline my point.

And she'll have fun, fun, fun till her daddy takes the T-bird away.

-- The Beach boys


Oh, I am caught in your web of endless amusement.  Oh noes, I.. oh, wait.. .never mind.
 
2014-06-21 11:40:08 AM
letrole: Someone who owns a pit bull also tends to:
bunner: People who post broad brush opprobrium on web forums tend to
letrole: I may make you feel, but I can't make you think. -- Jethro Tull
bunner: Yeah, I liked that record. It has f*ck all to do with anything in this thread or my response, but it did outline my point.
letrole: And she'll have fun, fun, fun till her daddy takes the T-bird away. -- The Beach boys
bunner: Oh, I am caught in your web of endless amusement.  Oh noes, I.. oh, wait.. .never mind.



Seems to me you just turn your pretty head and walk away -- Joe Walsh
 
2014-06-21 11:42:50 AM
No one else is weirded out that Mr. Fitch is driving around with nun-chucks in his truck like some kind of redneck shinobi?  I'm a small person, but I can just visualize his sleeveless shirt and mullet.
 
2014-06-21 11:46:29 AM
The evil pit bull. Originally created in a secret laboratory by mad scientists as a doomsday weapon, the creature excaped and has learned to mimic good, playful, goofy dogs. But don't be fooled! This so called animal will kill you and everything you love if given the chance.
 
2014-06-21 12:02:33 PM

bekovich: Why not the 'hero' tag? If all you've got is some unchecked but you risk your own life to save someone else and jump in anyway, I'd say that's hero tag worthy. Those dogs are normally gorgeous but the owner needs to be castrated for turning them into aggressive monsters. One of my neighbours recently got a rescue pit, it was being mistreated by previous owners. It's an absolute psychopath now, I can't see it surviving long. The thing got off its lead in the gardens the other day and went after one of my cats. And I don't think I'd have the bravery or courage to step in to try and save my pet if the dog caught her. Seeing one of those creatures when they do get bloodcrazed is terrifying.


It's a Fark rule. For any article about an incident in Florida, the "Florida" tag trumps all other tags. No exceptions.
 
2014-06-21 12:36:04 PM

sonofslacker: Hilary T. N. Seuss: Colin O'Scopy: Mistreat a pair of poodes, so they attack you? Fine, here's two chances to punt field goals. At least you have the upper hand. With giant monsters, you get this article.

I once saw a poodle, in its full fury, get loose from its leash and charge right at a jogger with headphones, from behind. It came right up and started viciously attacking her ankles. Not having noticed it before, the jogger glanced down at the dog, said "meh", and kept jogging, easily outracing the crazed beast. I think an unprovoked, surprise attack from a pit bull would have a much different reaction.

Standard poodles start at 15/38 in/cm tall and I've see ones larger. The Bull Terrier is typically between 18 - 22 inches. So a bit bigger but in a specific range. So a standard poodle could do some damage but...
A big difference is that a poodle won't rip your face off for the fun of it.
Bull Terrier type dogs were bred to be nasty. They were used for bull / bear baiting and eventually dog fighting. I'll say these can be good dogs but you really need to know what you own and how to handle it.


I have one who's just shade over 60 lbs and 24". She could do a number on you if she wanted. Fortunately, tackling you, leaping into your arms, and smothering you with kisses are her main attacks.

Her father is 90 lbs and 27". He helps an old wheelchair-bound football player. He does things like turn on lights, get the phone, bring the remote, and if you ask he'll go to the fridge and get you a beer.
 
2014-06-21 12:47:02 PM

August11: Can I really make a Golden Retriever as brutally dangerous as a Pit Bull?


My goldens are too dumb to possibly be vicious. All they know is happiness and joy interspersed with ginger and occasional gas.
 
2014-06-21 12:47:27 PM

lazymojo: Bruce would've stopped the dog attack... [brillianceinc.com image 450x185] ... but then again, I doubt he'd ever go to Florida for any reason. (Yes, even if he was alive)


Here for this.

Leaving with a touch of awesome: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ocJi7Y2jfE
 
2014-06-21 01:09:13 PM

Shadowknight: August11: Can I really make a Golden Retriever as brutally dangerous as a Pit Bull?

My goldens are too dumb to possibly be vicious. All they know is happiness and joy interspersed with ginger and occasional gas.


Ginger? I meant hunger. Ducking phone.
 
2014-06-21 04:01:40 PM
If you're going to own them, be trained in their use Bruce Lee style. You know, the kind where he spins them so fast they can't be seen. If the dogs got hit at his speed, they would have been hurt.

Thus says a farker who can just barely remember how to do kicks and punches in karate from back in the early 90s.. I wasn't a good student, and I have a bad memory.
 
2014-06-21 05:42:57 PM

Hilary T. N. Seuss: Colin O'Scopy: Mistreat a pair of poodes, so they attack you? Fine, here's two chances to punt field goals. At least you have the upper hand. With giant monsters, you get this article.

I once saw a poodle, in its full fury, get loose from its leash and charge right at a jogger with headphones, from behind. It came right up and started viciously attacking her ankles. Not having noticed it before, the jogger glanced down at the dog, said "meh", and kept jogging, easily outracing the crazed beast. I think an unprovoked, surprise attack from a pit bull would have a much different reaction.


I think you are unaware that there are different sizes of poodle.

\admittedly a standard poodle would not do as much damage as a pit, but I doubt you would ignore it.
\\Ditto for a 90 pound labrador or a St. Bernard or pretty much any breed larger than a miniature poodle
\\\No one ever talks about banning them
\\\\Dogs are predators.  They were all "bred to kill"
 
2014-06-21 08:45:40 PM

BolshyGreatYarblocks: Dogs of Peace Piece.


/FTFY (is in pieces are whats left of you)...
 
2014-06-21 08:48:03 PM

kendelrio: EdNortonsTwin: mutterfark: My CSB,
I was attacked by a pit bull once, but was lucky to not get bit. Had a couple of scratches from the claws. It turned out that the lady I was delivering a pizza to was taking care of it for a friend. All I heard through the screen door was the sound of its toenails before it launched itself at me right through the screen. I used the lady's pizza(still in the bag) to keep shoving its head away until I finally pushed it far enough out of the entryway to let her open the door and drag me inside while her son ran around the side of the house with a muzzle and leash. Tore the pizza bag up pretty good, and the pie of course was ruined, but I was okay. Worst part, she didn't reorder and I didn't get a tip. ;b

I got bit delivering pizza as a teen.

Famous last words "Come on in, she doesn't bite"......chomp.

That's weird.

**every** time I ever delivered a pizza I was met at the door in a sheer piece of lingerie who couldn't seem to find her misplaced wallet to pay me. I usually had to help her think of SOME WAY she could pay me.


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2014-06-21 08:49:01 PM

FarkinHostile: The evil pit bull. Originally created in a secret laboratory by mad scientists as a doomsday weapon, the creature excaped and has learned to mimic good, playful, goofy dogs. But don't be fooled! This so called animal will kill you and everything you love if given the chance.


they took away it's cape? how cruel.
 
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