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2021-07-07 9:48:48 PM  
Oh c'mon subby, it can't be that idiotic...

A Miami-Dade County Judge reprimanded a lawyer Tuesday after learning she failed to advise the court her client had no connection to the Surfside tragedy

I stand corrected.
 
2021-07-07 9:56:57 PM  
could the lawyer have been trying to send in an animal person to save other snakes ??
 
2021-07-07 9:57:47 PM  
Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).
 
2021-07-07 10:00:13 PM  
I'm shocked that it's taken this long for someone to file a bogus lawsuit.

/ Had my money on 48 hours, tops!...
 
2021-07-07 10:00:46 PM  

morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).


All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.
 
2021-07-07 10:16:22 PM  
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Yupperz, not one Regertz not a one......What a Bi*ch.....!!!!
 
2021-07-07 10:17:30 PM  

WTP 2: could the lawyer have been trying to send in an animal person to save other snakes ??


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2021-07-07 10:17:52 PM  

Greil: morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).

All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.


Except they swept the remaining part of the building for pets before it was demolished and found none so not really all that tragic.
 
2021-07-07 10:18:53 PM  

Greil: morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).

All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.


Article says they did a sweep for pets and didn't find any.
Though I don't know if they means they kicked in doors and checked every room,  if they just knocked on the doors and waited 30 seconds to see if any animals answered, or if they just yelled down the hallway "Hey, if you can hear me, bark or meow so we know to come get you".

Still sucks to lose all your stuff.  I have a bunch of things that are valuable to me that I can't replace, but I doubt I'd get much money for. I mean it's not like insurance really pays out for some letters my dad wrote me before he died, or my goddaughter's first baby tooth.
 
2021-07-07 10:20:24 PM  
PETA people are nuts.

No one is going to endanger the lives of rescue workers by sending them in an unstable building full of explosives to find a corgi. Especially when there's been no signs of life coming from the building for a week.

I know people get attached to their dogs and cats, but at the end of the day, they're pets. People's safety comes first.
 
2021-07-07 10:40:01 PM  
Does John Morgan need to cut a biatch?
 
2021-07-07 10:47:12 PM  

stoli n coke: PETA people are nuts.

No one is going to endanger the lives of rescue workers by sending them in an unstable building full of explosives to find a corgi. Especially when there's been no signs of life coming from the building for a week.

I know people get attached to their dogs and cats, but at the end of the day, they're pets. People's safety comes first.


Kids or pets, that inability to let it go clears quickly when the doc or vet gives an estimate for saving the life of the first one.  After that, parents just secretly shop on adoption sites while you play meat cleaver toss with the neighborhood kids.
 
2021-07-07 10:52:50 PM  

thehellisthis: stoli n coke: PETA people are nuts.

No one is going to endanger the lives of rescue workers by sending them in an unstable building full of explosives to find a corgi. Especially when there's been no signs of life coming from the building for a week.

I know people get attached to their dogs and cats, but at the end of the day, they're pets. People's safety comes first.

Kids or pets, that inability to let it go clears quickly when the doc or vet gives an estimate for saving the life of the first one.  After that, parents just secretly shop on adoption sites while you play meat cleaver toss with the neighborhood kids.


Pets are not children.
 
2021-07-07 11:01:23 PM  
This past Sunday Miami Mayor Cava made a public statement, w/ instructions for neighbors about the planned demolition later that night.

During her update she went through what was done to locate any remaining pets. Where possible, responders did look under beds and in closets, making three passes. Where not possible, motion cameras and drones were used. Have a Heart traps were laid. They absolutely did everything possible and didn't see or hear any pets.

Whoever filed this may have meant well but isn't doing good work at all, even if she did have a legitimate lawsuit.
 
2021-07-07 11:02:10 PM  
At the end of the day, when they have to pull the building down like that, anyone or anything inside is SOL, sorry. And if this lady is so sad that a kitty or a goldfish might be alive inside and got squashed like a bug, she should have been there a week ago helping clear out the standing half of the building because it was pretty obvious they would be demolishing it sooner or later.
 
2021-07-07 11:04:17 PM  

jtown: Greil: morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).

All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.

Except they swept the remaining part of the building for pets before it was demolished and found none so not really all that tragic.


Tell that to Coco.
 
2021-07-07 11:10:24 PM  
I don't usually condone this, but that person should be doxxed
 
2021-07-07 11:18:58 PM  

tuckeg: jtown: Greil: morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).

All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.

Except they swept the remaining part of the building for pets before it was demolished and found none so not really all that tragic.

Tell that to Coco.


Coco had an open door.  That cat left.
 
2021-07-07 11:55:29 PM  

stoli n coke: Pets are not children.


Go hang out with an actuary and update us with your spiritual journey in the land of risk.
 
2021-07-08 12:20:58 AM  
I'll bet this was just to get visibility as a prelude to starting a GoFundMe campaign.
 
2021-07-08 1:27:32 AM  

tuckeg: jtown: Greil: morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).

All it says in Animal Advocate. I think it's tragic that pets were left to be scared and die too, but that doesn't give me standing here. That seems to be what's happening.

Except they swept the remaining part of the building for pets before it was demolished and found none so not really all that tragic.

Tell that to Coco.


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2021-07-08 2:25:10 AM  

stoli n coke: thehellisthis: stoli n coke: PETA people are nuts.

No one is going to endanger the lives of rescue workers by sending them in an unstable building full of explosives to find a corgi. Especially when there's been no signs of life coming from the building for a week.

I know people get attached to their dogs and cats, but at the end of the day, they're pets. People's safety comes first.

Kids or pets, that inability to let it go clears quickly when the doc or vet gives an estimate for saving the life of the first one.  After that, parents just secretly shop on adoption sites while you play meat cleaver toss with the neighborhood kids.

Pets are not children.


They're not possessions either.
 
2021-07-08 7:17:24 AM  

morg: Well it's not frivilous in the sense that they were trying to financially gain from a tragedy. Sounds like somebody left a pet at a friends house maybe? Or had joint custody of a pet with a spouse? Dunno, the dumb part is thinking that a judge is going to let somebody in the building other than emergency personel to search for animals (when emergency personel had already done that very search earlier).


Then that would mean the individual had a connection; however, as others have pointed out, the individual in question was an "animal advocate" aka Nosey Body.
 
2021-07-08 7:51:27 AM  

stoli n coke: Pets are not children.


Pets are not people. That fact cannot be emphasized enough to the dumbass pet owners.
 
2021-07-08 8:52:47 AM  
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