Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Massive cranial burst

DO pet owners qualify for public assistance?  Should the rest of us be forced to fund a lifestyle choice that is often toxic to the interests of others?   This raises the blood pressure of most folks thusly:


Some folks brought up the fact that dogs may indeed REDUCE the blood pressure of certain individuals.  I will not argue this, as the blood pressure of some people such as Roy McSweeney and Klonda Richey is now ZERO.  Look, it can't get any lower than THAT.

I will leave you all with this for now: 

One common argument I hear from the owners of biters and yard barkers is this:  "Get your GUBBMINT out of my life you DAMN COMMIE!   Take your LAWS and SHOVE IT!".

I heard this from the puppy miller across the street.  I heard this from toxic hikers in my state trail association.  I see it endlessly in blogs, comments, and from many who are asked to control their DOGS.

I don't know about you, but personally I am glad to get government out of their lives.  Hell, government forces me to pay their benefits, how about that SAME "gubbmit" FORCE them to control their mutts?   I have to control MY behavior (and that includes paying a third of my income in taxes), how about them?  No?   Well, then let them Eat Cake!

In any case, how bad is it to give them what they want?   They don't want to be part of the social contract , they agree to NO limits on their behavior for any reason EVER!  They want "gubbmint" completely out of their lives!  SO, I say let them just exist in their own little islands of anarchy where there are no police, no courts and NO WELFARE. It will be every dog owning man, woman and child for themselves.   They are hard core rugged individualists, they will PROSPER!

Hoist by your own petards, bitcheZ.

19 comments:

  1. Personally, I think anyone receiving public assistance should be drug tested regularly and not be allowed to have any pets.

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    1. That would mean drug testing the President and his family.... they receive public assistance and housing. It would also mean they would have to get rid of their two dogs too.

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    2. I fail to see the problem.

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    3. Drug testing the prez and family? I'm ok with that. And do you know how much they spend on personal assistants to take care of those two dogs?!!! It's obscene!

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    4. The president is only marginally relevant to the discussion - he has a job (that he was hired for fair and square) that pays 400K per year, more than enough for any pet. Some of Bo's expenses may and do fall outside of that, but presidential pet care may be under the "perk" umbrella.

      I don't necessarily have a problem with government workers who share their housing with their pets (to a limited extent), and technically that's what Obama is. He is technically just another government worker. The people may have to offer various perks to get the "best" civil servants.

      (ducks)

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  2. "Some folks brought up the fact that dogs may indeed REDUCE the blood pressure of certain individuals. I will not argue this, as the blood pressure of some people such as Roy McSweeney and Klonda Richey is now ZERO. Look, it can't get any lower than THAT."

    i knew you could do it! i knew you could convince me. danka:-)

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    1. Its from the film "Scanners". Loved it.

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    2. Ah ok, Cronenburg... I've watched a couple of his films and liked them, but haven't seen this one yet.

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  4. ODOrs are disgusting because they cry about the government, all the while using the force of law to make the rest of us miserable. They are favored in every way. They do what they want, but WE cannot do anything about it without legal trouble. When we fight back, WE are the enemy.
    Some politicos are even trying to make lethal force against a DOG the last resort, like you should be asking a pit bull to stop killing you before you defend yourself, or some such nonsense. I even heard one nutter suggest that cops should be forced to use a taser first, with this lengthy ass explanation on the right way to do it. If you shoot one, be prepared for charges, depending where you live. It is INSANITY.

    I agree that it would be great to take the rules, and government, away, but JUST FOR ODOrs. I am not going to hate on those on assistance, or micromanage them, but, if we limited it to JUST ODOrs, then that would be beautiful. I say FUCK ASSHOLE DOG OWNERS. Anything that would even the fight a bit would be great. If we could make the ODOrs suffer, well, even better.
    While we are at it, why not just round up the mutts and their worshippers, and ship them to an island where they can bark and shit and fight all they want. I would be HAPPY to pay for THAT.

    (I still think the nasty attitudes towards people using our threadbare safety net are a disgrace. Only in 'Murica do we hate our own people this much, I really do not understand it. I prefer MY HATE to be directed at those making my life irritating and dangerous, and those are ODOrs and NUTTERS.)

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    1. "I agree that it would be great to take the rules, and government, away, but JUST FOR ODOrs."

      That is what I am getting at.

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  5. That blood pressure quote is golden.
    The GIF IS hilarious. Too bad we don't have one that is an exploding shit bull.

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  6. There are pets other than dogs. I have a rabbit. I've picked stuff out of the yard for him (e.g., clover). The main expense was his home and bowls and stuff, but if someone already had all of that as well as the bunny then the expense would be far cheaper than a dog. I keep him in the house and he is quiet. I put his poops in the trash. He only got out in the yard once, but he didn't get off my property before I caught him.

    So, I guess I am a bad one to ask since that is what I think of as a pet. He only weighs about seven pounds, so he doesn't eat much. I can treat a lot of his problems myself due to doing research.

    So, if someone had a rabbit or... even smaller... something like a hamster, that is a lot different than a dog or even a cat. These small animals are quiet and don't even want to roam.

    One thing I will say is pets provide entertainment. I have a lot of fun playing little games with my bunny. If someone doesn't have much money or is sick, they spend a lot of time at home.

    I gave up TV to save $ and I am happy about that. Partly because I have a pet. IDK if people on assistance have satellite TV though (that's what I used to have). So, that may be totally irrelevant.

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  7. I'd love to have a horse. Do you know why I don't? Because I can't afford to, that's why. As far as I'm concerned if you want a pet get a job and pay for it. You are not entitled to luxuries at the taxpayers expense. As for blood pressure: http://www.naturalnews.com/045050_noise_pollution_heart_attack_anxiety.html

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  8. I want a horse, too. I even was looking at one (on the internet) that wasn't too expensive (I have a place to keep it), then I realized that was probably just a little bit more pet than I needed. (BTW, NO public assistance was involved in any way with any of that, I had the $$.)

    But, a hamster is way different than a horse. I've never had one, but they can't cost much to feed. They're so small. A person could easily earn the $ for that.

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    1. This is what people don't want to realize: You can get a dog for little or no cost but the majority of the expense is not upfront but over its lifetime. In a study the average cost of keeping a medium dog for a year, eating only average quality food and getting only routine vet care, is about $1200. If your dog lives to 14 that is over $16,000. If you are poor that is a goldmine that has been squandered.

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    2. Yeah, dogs are expensive. I think they are one of the more expensive pets other than something like a horse.

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    3. RE: Horses... horses and other barnyard animals are strictly regulated in most places. I cannot house a horse in my neighborhood. Why? Zoning rules! Its that pesky GUBBMINT again!

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    4. They aren't allowed in mine either.

      However, some people do live on farms.

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