Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Pitbull is not a crime

Seen on the back of an automobile.

31 comments:

  1. what the fuck does this even mean?

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  2. adorable emo dogs.

    my friend's family adopted an abused one who was going to be put down. she avoided all human contact for a year, then discovered love. when she was feeling affectionate she would lean up against you and take your hand in her jaw and squeeze for a minute or two, staring lovingly at you with her little eyes. you couldn't move or take your hand away. it was scary. but she was a good dog.

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  3. It's just another failed analogy, Anon.

    This time it's dogs that are capable of affection, love, and all that other empath stuff, just like any other breed, but just have a bad reputation.

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  4. First four times in a row! Thats a record sw :)

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  5. How can anyone doubt a Creator or God when you have seen and felt the love of a dog?

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    1. I actually believe in God but that is just silly. :p

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    2. Not to me and I am all that matters. Arrogant asses don't matter.

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    3. ^My, haven't we a talent for placing oneself in logical conundrums. If you think you are all that matters, then you are arrogant. So you are essentially saying that your ass doesn't matter, whilst simultaneously being the most important backside in the universe. Do you also shit daisies?

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    4. Even God said there are seven things he hates. One of them is arrogance.

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    5. Fortunately for both of us, there is a distinction between sin and sinner. :)

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    6. But you degraded my thoughts. Not nice.....

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    7. It is the height of arrogance to expect your thoughts to remain perpetually uncontested on account of a delusional sense of entitlement. It might behoove you to develop thicker skin. You may even discover that your theories are strengthened by the process of being challenged.

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    8. Go into a board room and tell a CEO his thoughts are silly and see how far you get. There is a proper way to challenge a thought or remark but I don't think you are capable of that heightened ability.

      You are not only delusional but I have seen your posts and Ukan is totally right about you. You have serious mental problems.

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    9. So now you tell me that there is a "proper" way to engage a topic, and you pull a "Ukan says", under the cover of anon. Ugh, Monica, you are totally predictable.

      So go ahead. Insist six ways to Friday that you aren't Monica. You know you have to, to "save face". Or will finally have the balls to admit who you are, Ami?

      C'mon sister, surprise me. :)

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    10. Alterego
      I am trying to speak up for what I have to say, not as an anon, because one of the struggles in my life is standing up for my opinion. Once in a while, I will post as an anon, but it is rare.

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    11. ...Or not. It figures.

      Ironically, I contest and dismiss many ideas in the boardroom because they are silly. If someone objects to a decision I make, I would prefer they tell me bluntly and directly, instead of putting on a polite show of cowardice. You are entirely too concerned with keeping up appearances, Mrs. Bucket. :)

      Anyway, it is a moot point, because you are not a CEO, and this is not a boardroom; it is a blog called "Sociopathworld". Stick to interpreting astrological charts; don't tell me what flies in the boardroom until you earn a seat at the table.

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    12. Sister
      You should work on your humility ~

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    13. I will say this straight out because you say I hide in the corner. I am speaking for myself, only, and my personal interactions with you.

      You consistently do not respect my boundaries. You consistently make references to things I have asked you not to, both privately and on here. You say I am anons when I have told you I rarely am. Even if I was, it is not up to you to shape my behavior, when I have told you I don't want your input.

      All this is a lack of respect for another human beings boundaries. It is a lack of humility. I think you need to work on that. Is that direct enough for you?

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  6. Please tell me this tweet is facetious: "The fact that you are introspective shows that you cannot be a sociopath. They don't question themselves. You are just a wannbe"

    Isn't it the narcissists that can't introspect? QM

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    1. It is facetious. ::clap clap clap!::

      I am so bored.

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    2. are u fucking kidding??? Narcissists LIVE to introspect. Whilst inspecting their bum holes in the mirror with a magnifying glass.

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  7. ME put this post up because tonight was the end of the Westminster Dog Show. Thus showing his sentimentalisms about animals and the best in breeds.

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  8. Anyone watching the Jodie Arias trial?

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  9. Here in the UK pitbull IS a crime and has been since 1991.

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    1. Staffordshires are called "dog nannies" in England.

      http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSwUDGSsJhnvShrgkZdIQnQpV1sShZSdxEluwvyZAD-hwvcc2W49XkL-g


      You wouldn't let this dragon babysit?

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    2. They used to be called nanny dogs here, but thanks to the efforts of the tabloid press they are now universally known as "devil dogs" - which is a bit cool.

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  10. The misconceptions surrounding any "pitbull" breed is astounding! If you have ever been around or owned one of these loving/loyal dogs you know exactly what I am talking about. They are typically kind, gentle, easy to train, and trustworthy animals. EliteBullies.Com calls them the "best breed to own". So I certainly hope pitbull is not a crime.

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