Tuesday, February 17, 2015

A new level of crazy

A commenter made the point the other day that I covered the "Mickey" trainwreck like no other.

So, what does make "Mickey" so interesting?

First, he is the devil  The Mickey debacle covers a LOT of Animal Uncontrol Ground:
- Multiple time mauler.
- Corrupt animal rights group (Lexus Project).
- Sleazy lawyer.
- Hordes of Apologistas.
- Victim blaming.
- Abuse of social media.  Micky is now a 24x7 TV star!  Mickey has a Facebook page with 75,000 likes!
- Strict adherence to political correctness.
- Etc...

The Mickey debacle is a gift that keeps on giving.  If someone asks you "What dog worship?" "What dangerous dog fetish?"  Point them here and here and here and here and here and here and here!

It appears that an entire new movement, perhaps even a whole new religion has spawned:  Not content to merely worship dogs in the abstract, the 75,000+ Mickey fans appear to idolize an individual dog.  The fact that Mickey had killed another dog might alarm your typical Canine Supremacist, but the Mickey idolizers simply do not care.  Mickey could kill a thousand dogs and they would still love him.  They just love MICKEY.  AND, they want everyone else to love Him too!

That said, is this the future:  Hordes of armed fanatics swarming the world forcing all to LOVE MICKEY?

On a more serious note, it turns out that MICKEY now has cancer.  Check out the Save Mickey site for more info.

Here is my prediction on the Mickey cancer predicament - the hordes of Mickey worshipers demand that Mickey be kept alive as long as possible, even if it merely prolongs his suffering.  Even if the Cancer goes into remission,  MICKEY is not going to live forever, and his acolytes will NOT let him go without a massive fight!   They cannot let their Dog God die!   This, of course, all goes to the point that it is all about THEM the malicious dog worshiper NOT the animals they profess to love so much.  

Got Popcorn??


  1. Canine cancer tends to kill quickly. So, poor dear Mickey won't be around for too much longer.

  2. Fantastic, one less pit bull for fanatics to drool over. Now, to turn our attention to the millions and millions of other pardoned criminal dogs who aren't dead yet....

  3. I bet someone thinks Mickey is not done as a fundraiser yet. The time is ripe, his fans with their short attention spans haven't forgotten him yet, time to rake in some more dough!!!

  4. You just made my day with the great news about that biological trash.

    Yeah, there's a reason I call pit advocates the Canine Taliban.

  5. It just occurred to me that, for Mickey to be treated they will have to take him out of "jail" to a vet clinic on a regular basis - unless they plan to treat him IN jail? Anybody have any insight into how that would, or at least might, play out? Is removing him a violation of the court order?

    In any case, if they have to take him out for treatment, that means he has WAY more opportunities to MAUL people and other animals. Of course, I'm sure they will blame that on a side effect of the treatment.

    1. I've seen pictures of Mickey outside the cell so either it isn't a violation (but should be) or no one cares. I still think the judge that allowed this POS to live should be publicly flogged.

  6. Sherrif Joe *snrk* Hahahahahahahahaha

  7. I wonder of the hordes of brainless nutters will make a shrine for Mickey the Mauler? It should feature a life size statute of Mickey, teeth bared and lunging in his full pibble glory. A bone to represent the bone that Kevin didn't take from him. A bowl of food to represent the starvation he wasn't subject to. A club to represent the abuse he didn't receive. A dead puppy in recognition of his first victim. Maybe the food in his bowl should be pieces of faces to represent his crowning achievement. GAG.