Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Fido no like FIREWORK!

Every Fourth of July and New Years Eve, social media sites explode with the following entreaties:  PLEASE NO FIREWORKS!  THEY UPSET MY DOG!

Here is an article on the matter.

It takes one hell of a lot of CHUTZPAH for a bunch of dog owners to tell the rest of us to KEEP IT DOWN.   What, NOW noise pollution is a problem?   I thought everybody had to "Just get used to it"?  Look, you keep telling me your poodle is smarter than my honor student, shouldn't Fido understand this is strictly celebratory and not a war?

Look, if they (dog owners) get to tone me up 24/7/365, why can't I tone it up a couple days a year?  Oh, wait.... DOGGY DOUBLE STANDARD!  Their entitlement status empowers them to do to us what we would NEVER be allowed to do to them.  Listen up good you proles!  Put your earplugs back in and get your asses back to the salt mines!   Dog owners tell you what to do, not the other way around!

I think its time to give the barking dog bingo game a bump.  Enjoy!




Sunday, January 2, 2022

A Total Dog Solution

Dog cultists are now suffering under the “Total Dog Solution” that they themselves have created.   They want to blame “Pit Nutters”, but the regime they created has now gone insane and is consuming its own.   Ready to take responsibility, yet? 

One of the leading causes of death in the 20th century was “Democide”, i.e. a government exterminating its own people.   Good examples of this are Hitler’s Germany and Pol Pot’s Cambodia.  Communism and Nazism are good examples of a “Total State Solution” where everything is run by and for the government, and that government and its agents can have no restraint placed on its behavior whatsoever.  An explosion of death and violence are the inevitable result of such a regime. 

Dog worshipers have created a policy environment where dogs and dog owners must never have any restraint place upon them, whatsoever.  Everything Fido does, by definition, is absolutely good and just because Fido did it.  Period, end of conversation.  They have successfully implemented The Total Dog Solution. 

Pit Nutters are the equivalent of the Black SS or the Khmer Rouge, projecting violence and intimidation against everyone in the name of the almighty Dog.   Remember, they are dog owners, too and can’t be restrained in any way.  Anything done in the name of Dog is by definition great and wonderful.  They are the true enforcers of the Total Dog Solution. 

Some argue if we get rid of pit bulls, we can go back to normal.  Nice try, but won’t work as something resembling the pit bull apocalypse is the INEVITABLE outcome of the Total Dog Solution.  As long as dogs and their owners are placed above the rules of good behavior, the problem will not only continue but will get worse.   Pit Nuttery is merely a symptom of the Total Dog Solution. 

Pursuant to the above, one common outcome of a “Total State Solution” is the liquidation of “useful idiots”:  Essentially, morons that promote the revolution and are subsequently eliminated when they are no longer useful.   Lovers of non-pit dogs are the “useful idiots” in the Total Dog Solution scenario:  You and Fluffy got shredded by Pits because the worst among you no longer have a use for you.

Have a great evening!

 

Saturday, January 1, 2022

Self defense my ass or "he was just doing his job"

 Left a comment on Dogsbite.org today.  Apparently, a woman was killed when breaking into her own home by the 4 mutts occupying the residence.  

This is the primary reason that lethal booby-traps are illegal as hell everywhere.  Even your hard-core survivalist types refuse to use them.  Why?   They frequently result in a "hoist with your own petard" type outcome where the "booby" turns out to be the very person that laid the trap.  

However, this again reveals the insane doggy double standard:  Lethal booby traps are perfectly fine and acceptable when the booby trap in question is a DOG(s).

"Self defense?".  Anyone arguing self defense in a case like this needs to be told to go find a tall building and jump off it.  Dogs do NOT have the same rights as people, and a dog does not have a right to defend itself against a human being in ANY scenario.  When and where is is appropriate to use force against a human being is a right reserved for HUMAN BEINGS, period.

Take careful note of what I wrote above:  Your dog should NOT be allowed to attack anyone, anywhere for any reason.  I used to be tempted to give a pass if someone was threatening or tormenting the animal, but dog fanatics have repeatedly demonstrated they are unable to reason and insist that any and all violence committed by dogs is absolutely, 100% acceptable.  So, screw them.  

Happy New Year!!!


Friday, January 18, 2019

Better in Paradise

Pursuant  to this post, serious dog related problems had been noted in the state parks.  Over time, I have noted gradual improvement.  While things are not perfect, they are a lot better.  It appears that the park apparatus has taken these problems seriously.

Consider this sign, now posted throughout all parks:


Best part is this:  "Noisy, dangerous, intimidating or destructive pets will not be allowed to remain in the park".   Amen to that!

Additionally, the park reservation page now has the requirement that the reservee state how many pets they intend to bring with them, and the species of each pet.  There is now a 4 pet maximum per site.  This new limit is another huge improvement.  In the past, I have noted individual campers with an excess of eight (8) (!!!!) dogs per site.   I understand that a lot of people, particularly RV'ers (caravans for those of you outside the USA) travel with pets, but bringing a dozen dogs to a state park is absolutely ridiculous.  It pegs the abuse meter.

I would urge those of you in the other 49 states, and around the world, to print off the photo above (or perhaps this entire article) and forward it to your park director. 

Pass the word!


Sunday, January 13, 2019

The more things change...

... the more they stay the same!   As  follow up to this post, I received a visit from 2 AC officers a few days ago.  They asked me a few questions about the at-large dogs and we had a brief follow up conversation about it.

One thing about that conversation I really did NOT appreciate were the logical contortions they went through to absolve Rover and Fido.

Here is what I am talking about:  I mentioned that another neighbor had seen the dogs kill and dismember a cat on her front lawn.  They responded "ALLEGEDLY killed...".   Apparently, the other complainant had not actually seen the dogs attack the living cat, merely tear it apart.  I estimate she heard a commotion, and proceeded to a door/window after the dogs had already begun their dirty deed.

My response?  A facepalm and a big eye-roll.  This is insulting to the intelligence.  Look, this block does not have a problem with dead cats strewn everywhere.  The theory that the cat had a heart attack and died just prior to Rover and Fido happening along is REALLY far fetched.  We are contemplating way past reasonable doubt here.  Did a necropsy show the cat was already dead?  No?  Then the most likely explanation is Rover and Fido chased down the cat and killed it.   No sane society would grant these sort of due-process protections to DOGS.

This was nothing but a big cop-out engineered to get Rover and Fido off the hook.  

In any case, they did state that they intended to continue to cite the dog owner with escalating penalties as the offenses racked up.  So, there is that.

Enjoy your Sunday afternoon!

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Collecting on a Judgement

There have been many discussions over the years on suing the owner of the dog that bit you / barks all night / has engaged in other destructive behavior.

Say you win that suit, and the court awards you damages?   Remember, the court is not a collection agency:  Its not like the bailiff is going to hand you a check on the way out the door.   Unless the defendant agrees to pay you, you will have to pursue a collection action against them.

I saw this video on YouTube the other week.  The host specializes in automobile law, but his monologue on collections would apply regardless of the complaint.

Here is the video:


"Lehto's Law" is a good channel to follow if you have any interest in legal issues.  Steve is licensed in the state of Michigan, but most states have similar laws.  As always, Your Mileage May Vary.

Steve makes the excellent point that very few people are truly "Judgement Proof".  To be truly Judgement Proof, one must meet all of the following requirements:

1)  Not have any sort of real job.  No W2 or 1099 wages.
2)  Not Participate in the financial system in any way.  No checking account, no brokerage accounts, no CD's, etc...
3)  Not own anything of any value.

If you are suing a dogger, consider that this activity may not pay for itself.  However, you don't sue a dogger to become rich, you sue the dogger to punish the dogger for their destructive, anti-social behavior.  In the current legal, social and political climate dog owners are virtually above reproach.  The civil court system is just about the only way to go after them.  You want to make their life a living hell, just like they made yours into the same.  If you make them miserable enough, they may modify their behavior.

Good luck, and happy new year!

Saturday, December 29, 2018

Double Trouble or "Here we go again!!!"

I awoke from my long slumber to find my neighborhood terrorized by 2 at large pit-type dogs.  Given the current social, political and legal climate such a thing was bound to happen sooner or later.

Here are the photos, courtesy of one of my "game-cams":

















Consider the butt-ugly mutant on the left.  It should be illegal to even house something that hideous, much less turn it loose in the neighborhood.  The low-quality game cam shot does not do it justice.... this dog is U.G.L.Y!

In any case, they ripped the lid off my trash can (Which had been secured with multiple bungee cords), and spread trash all over my yard.  Thanks, doggers!

A couple of days later, I learned from another neighbor that these two had killed a cat in her front yard.  The cat was literally ripped to shreds.   She told me she "never wanted to see anything that horrible again".   Long story short, the entire neighborhood is on alert, and everyone is now carrying weapons.  County AC has been to the owner's home multiple times (They have received at least 4 complaints over 2 weeks that I know about), yet we still observe the dogs running loose!   I'm not absolutely sure who owns them, but my nextdoor neighbor thinks they belong to a party that closed on a home about a month ago.

I think I need to pay these folks a visit.  I wonder what would be a good way to welcome them to the neighborhood?

1)  Pass along a hard copy of the "Best use for a dead pit bull" article?
2)  Delivery of a restraining order?
3)  "No, I haven't seen your dogs, but try some of these really tasty meatballs I made this morning"?

Happy holidays, everyone!