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About your dog.

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:07 pm

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: As God as my witness; The next dog that bites me, I will kill. I will kill it in front of you with my axe or machete. After that I will whip your ass. Then I will take its head to the health department and have it tested. No shit. I will hurt you, and kill it.

To prevent your dog from dying in front of you.(1) If it bites, warn me beforehand and it will be spared. Because I will not atempt to walk by it.(2) Keep your vicious dog on a leash away from the most obvious path.(3) The next time someone stashes their dog from the casual observer under a table, log, tree or in some other way sets the dog up to ambush targets of opertunity. The dog will die and you will get a double ass whipping.

This is your first, last and only warning: I will kill your dog and man or woman, I will whip your ass,

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Post by Gretchen » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:10 pm

JH if you weren't such an obvious asshole then dogs would leave you alone. They have much better instincts than most men.

PS Don't ever threaten a member of my family EVER again 'cause you ain't going to win that battle.
Just genuinely disengenuous.

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Post by allah » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:14 pm

Maliki will kill you way faster than than you can say "pleeze dont bit my nose ring" CHUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Guest » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:19 pm

Gretchen, Keep your dog on a leash. I get bit. The dog dies.

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Post by Guest » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:22 pm

J.H., you do have legal channels you can pursue if a dog bites you. If you take matters into your own hands, you face legal action yourself.

What happened?

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Post by Gretchen » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:26 pm

A. not my dog, my sisters
B. Reilly was on a leash
c. Dog did not bite you
D. Heidi was standing right next to the dog as you went by
E. You are over reacting like a 2 year old that didn't get it's nap today
Just genuinely disengenuous.

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Post by Wes » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:33 pm

Man, I love dogs, but wouldn't think twice about using a stick clip on one that bit me. Doubt I would kill it though. Just remove the threat. And, no ass kicking for the owners, unless they decided to push the issue.

Agressive dogs have no place at the crag.

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Post by Gretchen » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:38 pm

JH, if you seriously thought the dog was mine, then why not take the issue up right to my face instead of threatening my sister then posting it on this site? Lot easier to play big man hiding behind a computer.
Just genuinely disengenuous.

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Post by Guest » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:48 pm

(A) I don't care if it was your dog or not.
(B) I don't know if it was on a leash. If it was, it was guarding the path
(c)Well, I was bit. It didn't break the skin. If it had've broke the skin the dog would be dead.
(D) Yes, she was standing right there beside the path and yet she did nothing to prevent her dog from biting me.
(E)Two year old or not. I get bit, the dog dies.

Gretchen, I am not angry and I don't have to be angry to do what I have resolved to do. If I am bitten by someones dog whether or not by intention or oversight. I will kill the dog.
The next time that I run across your sister or that dog. Take the dog in hand, warn me that it bites and I will avoid it, no problem. If you don't, you will be shy one dog.
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Amen!

Post by wanderer » Mon Oct 13, 2003 11:59 pm

We currently have a dog issue beginning to brew at my regular crag. Finding dogcrap right at the belay area for a climb is absolutely uncalled for. There is also a quiet zone (Clearly listed in the guide book) where people are supposed to be extra quiet as to not disturb the land owners above the cliff and here you have a barking dog right in the zone. Get a clue! Only had one incident thankfully of a dog making me feel uneasy and the owners saying the same ol thing "oh.. he won't bite" all the while his teeth are clearly exposed. So basically you have to stand still and let the dog sniff ya up and down till it's satisfied. Yeah, that's why I go climbing, to have dogs sniff my crouch....ugh. Anyway... I doubt it takes long before the no animal rule gets put up on the kiosk and it's all because of the owners not the animals. You want your animal to be respected and tolerated, well then show some respect for other climbers and look after your dog and keep them completely under control and out of everyones way 100% of the time. If you can't do this then don't bring them. I'm hardly an animal hater, had dogs myself. It's really not a matter of hating the animals, it's just a matter of hating the annoyance.

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Post by Guest » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:04 am

I don't consider getting bitten by a dog an annoyance. It's assault. The owner is liable. If the owner knew the dog would bite( had bitten in the past or shown aggression) then they are culpable. You can go to jail because of neglegence.

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Post by Yasmeen » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:09 am

Why should a human attacking a dog be any less of a crime than a dog attacking a human?
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Post by Guest » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:12 am

Gretchen wrote:JH, if you seriously thought the dog was mine, then why not take the issue up right to my face instead of threatening my sister then posting it on this site? Lot easier to play big man hiding behind a computer.
I knew the dog was not yours. I know what your two dogs look like. I didn't "take issue up right to your face" because there was no blood drawn, and what if I did come back, would the dog have come again at me? Then whose fault would it be if I got bit.

I didn't threaten your sister. I don't know your sister. All I said was,"Lady, I'll kill your fucking dog!" after I was 'nipped',.............and I kept walking.

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Post by Guest » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:14 am

Yasmeen, Dumb question, you are smarter than that.

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Post by Yasmeen » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:15 am

J.H., not a dumb question if you're not single-minded.
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