ursofucked

Simpson, IL

#61 Mar 14, 2012
Rem 22-250 wrote:
Pit Lover, there are hundreds of other breeds of dogs you could have chosen.. all of which are not in the news on a weekly basis mauling or killing children. I don't want to hear anymore of you non-coherent babbling. Every F-ing time that a child dies from a pit bull attack, the family ALWAYS says the same thing... "he never bit anyone before". And the famous "blame the deed not the breed". F*&% that! If I see a Pit Bull, I consider it a threat to me and I put a bullet between it's eyes. I have killed many, and will kill many more. Statistically, I am possibly saving someone from getting mauled or possibly killed.
How sweet would it be if I was to find out you are a Felon, and therefore not legally permitted to owning/or discharging any firearm! and FYI Mr Homeowner, whom DOES NOT KNOW shit, It is ILLEGAL, ILLEGAL, ILLEGAL, to harm, torture, or KILL any domesticated animal, on anyones property, simply because the animal wondered onto your property! No county cop/ISP/ SA/ or judge would ever tell you otherwise. And if Im wrong please post their name, title, and County they work in for me please, I will be contacting them with these alligations. Thank you and have a wonderful pitt bull loving night!!!!!!
Remington700 204

Carbondale, IL

#62 Mar 14, 2012
Mr. "ursofucked"... nice name by the way. If you are a lawyer, then I also have some ocean front property in Arizona. LOL. Let me be clear.. first of all, if an animal comes on to my property, and I feel it is a threat to either A) my livestock, B) my family, or C) myself, I have every right to kill it. If the person who owns the dog wishes to litigate by saying their dog is harmless, then it would be my word against theirs, and since I am the property owner, they would have to take my word. I don't know what fake law school you are attending in your fantasy world, but I lived with a lawyer all through college. I know a fair amount about law, and I at least know enough about it to know that you are full of S*&%. Not to mention, there is a leash law in Illinois, which would be another big strike against the pit bull owner. For the record Einstein, the dept. of Agriculture does not issue arrest warrants. Only a judge can issue an arrest warrant. You should know this because you have probably been to jail at least a few times in your life. Arrest warrants are not issued without justifiable cause. You being pi$$ed off about a post on the Anna Topix website... I sort of doubt any arrest warrants will be issued.. LOL. So I will say it one more time, now read it slow and let it sink in. If your pit bull comes onto my property, I shall consider it a threat to me, my family and my livestock... THEREFORE, I will place a bullet precisely between it's eyes. Does it get any more clear than that?? I have family in law enforcement, and a couple of the local judges are very good friends of mine. I know the laws, I know my boundaries. You, sir, are a blowhard, and an idiot. Now, bite me.
ursofucked

Simpson, IL

#63 Mar 14, 2012
Well who is your family, because Im sure I know them if they work Law Enforcement? And hint hint, Ive never been arrested in my life, so your assumption of me ever being in jail is wrong! And The Dept of Ag is where our states main headquarters are, and Springfields Dept is who regulates all of our countys Animal Control ordinences, and Laws and Regulations, that being said, sir. They are the top dogs, and if ever a complaint is issued to them {The BIG BOSS} They will always investigate any and all laws that are being broke by or allowed to be broken by any and all officials, and or citizens. And once again your wrong sir, the whole state of Illinois does not have a leash law, leash laws are different in every county. and if im not mistaken Union County only has a leash law in the towns, not in the rural areas. so you sir are a liar, and I guarantee you Judge Bigler, Foster, and s/a Edmunds will tell you that your a blowhard dipshit! like i stated earlier if your family is in law enforcement then i promise you I WILL KNOW THEM! Now is it clear to you?
wow

Carbondale, IL

#64 Mar 14, 2012
ursofucked wrote:
<quoted text> How sweet would it be if I was to find out you are a Felon, and therefore not legally permitted to owning/or discharging any firearm! and FYI Mr Homeowner, whom DOES NOT KNOW shit, It is ILLEGAL, ILLEGAL, ILLEGAL, to harm, torture, or KILL any domesticated animal, on anyones property, simply because the animal wondered onto your property! No county cop/ISP/ SA/ or judge would ever tell you otherwise. And if Im wrong please post their name, title, and County they work in for me please, I will be contacting them with these alligations. Thank you and have a wonderful pitt bull loving night!!!!!!
I don't know too many people that wouldn't view a pitbull on their property as a threat!! Keep the damn things away from the rest of us that have enough sense not to own one. Seriously, who in their right mind willingly gets a dog that has mauled innocent children, time and time again?!
ursofucked

Simpson, IL

#65 Mar 14, 2012
well ive never known any dog that has ever been relased time and time again! Usually after the first attack the dog is deemed vicious and is sentenced to a life of inclosure, and the owners are faced with felonies if said dog,{not the breed, but the actual dog that bit} is ever let out of the inclosure unless to see its vet, then it is to be muzzled and leashed the whole time. so to answer your question i never heard of any one who wants a dog who has mauled innocent children time, and time again, have you?
PitBull Lover

Anna, IL

#66 Mar 15, 2012
A pit was loose on the new soccer complex the other day with a sheperd looking dog, and there was not one person felt threatened, he was friendly and there were kids and adults al over that place. They visited with people and went on their way... I am telling you, it is in the dogs rearing not the dog itself.
Remington700 204

Carbondale, IL

#67 Mar 15, 2012
Pitbull lover, how can you possibly be so ignorant?? Use your brain for a second. ALL BREEDS of dogs are mistreated, across the board. As long as there are people in this world that mistreat dogs, then ALL breeds of dogs are going to be mistreated. SO, if ALL breeds of dogs are mistreated, but only the Pitbulls make the news, then what does that tell you???? Do you think that the media is picking on Pit Bulls? If so, you are no different than every other pit bull owner that has no sense. The media has NOTHING to gain by selectively picking on any specific breed... the ONLY reason the media reports pit bull attacks on a weekly basis is because the PIT BULLS are the ones that do the MAJOR DAMAGE. They are the ones that MAUL and KILL!! Yes, all breeds of dogs are mistreated.. and all breeds of dogs will bite! But the Pit Bulls have the equipment and determination to do the MAJOR DAMAGE. Do you get my point???? When other dogs bite, they hurt you. When pit bulls bite, they DON'T LET GO... and they maul and kill children. Get it???? How simple does it get.... sheesh. Someone on my road 2 summers ago (a 7 year old girl) was mauled by a pit bull. Several reconstructive surgeries to her face. She will never in her life be the same. She will live a life terrified of all dogs, and her face will never look right. Is this her fault?? It was not a beagle, or a lab, or a collie that did this...it was a...... PIT BULL!!!! I know you are going to blame the owner... but guess what ... you will NEVER EVER EVER get rid of careless people. Careless people + pit bulls = mauled children. SO, WHICH PART of this equation should/can we remove?????????? GET IT?????????? Simple math.
Remington700 204

Carbondale, IL

#68 Mar 15, 2012
Mr "ursofucked", how many times do I have to say it before it makes it's way through your thick skull.... I do not care of you are a police officer yourself.. I do not care if you are an Attorney General. IF your pit bull comes on to my property, I will consider it a threat to me and my family and put a bullet between it's eyes. Since the beginning of time, man has had a moral (and God given) right to protect his family and property. Until I am no longer breathing, I will exercise that right. If your pit bull is on your property, even though I think it is a threat to society, I will leave it be.. because it is not my right to infringe on your rights. However, if it is on my property, I do not care who you are, who you know, or what you think... I will shoot it... and there will be no penalty or fine for me doing so. What you say has no bearing whatsoever on the decision I make about what goes on on my property. Get it? So, all of this arguing boils down to 1 thing.... IF your pit bull wanders on to my property and I see it, and it is within range of any of my many high powered rifles, it will quickly meet it's maker. Why?? Because I will not have pit bulls running around on the 40 acres that my child also runs around on. Oh and by the way.... lets just say that we live in your fantasy universe where shooting a dangerous animal on YOUR OWN PROPERTY is illegal. I would still do it. Because 1 of 2 things would then happen. 1) I would bury the dog before anyone ever knew it happened.. or 2)I would get caught and have to pay a penalty or serve some time. Option 1 is the most likely outcome.. however option 2 would also be ok because it would be worth it to know my child is safe. I digress.
siu law

United States

#69 Mar 15, 2012
I have no issues with pit bulls personally, but in this case it would be the landowners word vs the pit owners word. Landowner wins in the end every time, even if its lengthy litigation. It would end up costing the dog owner thousands to proceed and in the end would gain nothing. Possibly a small fine.
Remington700 204

Carbondale, IL

#70 Mar 15, 2012
Oh and mr "ursofucked", about your post about me being a possible felon and not being able to own a firearm... For 1, I am an Army vet..I served my great country so that I could have the right to protect my land and family from evil people and animals! My record is clean. I possess a current FOID card, I possess many many many rifles, shotguns, and pistols that I have collected throughout my life. 2. It is NOT ILLEGAL to kill an animal on your property that you feel is life threatening...thus, I will do so at will regardless of what the bleeding hearts and hippies tell me. And 3. Not that this makes any difference whatsoever, but the friends that I have made throughout my life by being a good, law abiding citizen, some of which hold very high positions, all would back me in a heartbeat on this subject. Many of them know my child very well and would not want any harm to be brought upon him. And last but not least, you cannot even properly spell the word 'allegation'.. so do you think I am taking your post seriously? Come on... really??? Let me guess.. you are an attorney, but cannot spell allegation... hmmmmm..... this makes good sense. LOL. As little of a thing as this is, someone who was well versed in law of any kind would surely know how to spell allegation. Now don't start making excuses that you were in a hurry... haha. No doubt in my military mind that you are full of $hit!!:)
Sam Kinison

Carbondale, IL

#71 Mar 15, 2012
I think you guys are making way too big a deal about all of this. Who gives a crap. You each have your own beliefs so just let it go. Nothing is ever going to be solved on the ANNA TOPIX website.. I don't like pitbulls but I also don't own a gun so I wouldn't shoot one either. I think the Remington guy is right about his property though. Personally, I would keep my dog off of his property. If my dog got on his property and he shot it, there is really nothing I could do about it in the end. I would certainly file a police report, but I know enough about the law that since it was on his property, I wouldn't have a leg to stand on. You are not supposed to kill domestic animals, that is true. But when your domestic animal is one someone elses property, it becomes a different ballgame. My neighbor killed a dog a couple of years ago in his hard because it was antagonizing his dog. The owner of the other dog called the cops.. the cops came, but the shooter didn't get in any trouble. The other guy tried to say that his dog was just playing with the other dog but the shooter said he saw it as attacking. The cops told him he was within his rights because it was in his yard. case in point . just sayin'. I say keep your dogs off other peoples property, this is the solution that makes the most sense and WORKS!:) Peace!
Pit Bull hunter

Ellis Grove, IL

#72 May 10, 2013
More death from these animals and their owners..

http://news.yahoo.com/4-pit-bulls-blamed-cali...
pitmommy

Anna, IL

#73 May 10, 2013
I have a Pit Bull and love her. She's great with the kids, very protective of them and even checks on them at bed time. They're very loyal. They love their humans. I wouldn't have a different dog breed again. The best dogs!
sweetiepie

United States

#74 May 10, 2013
I have a pit bull. And guess what?? I'm not a felon or a drug user. I am a professional woman with two kids. And my pit is a sweetie!!! Love him!!!
Heather

United States

#75 May 10, 2013
I have own pit bulls and plan on gettin one soon. It all just depends on how u raise them. If ur mean and beat em of course their gonna bit someone if u raise them from a puppy and do it right then they would be just fine. I have a son that's 10 months and when I find a puppy I am gettin one so my son can grow up with em. And its not always pit bulls that bites people other dogs do 2 it all depends how they r brought up. Peoeple really needa stop downing the pits. Don't like em find keep it 2 ur dang self...
Pit bull parents

United States

#76 May 11, 2013
Proof that we really need to have people get a license before they can have children. Sick, twisted people...
Kitty

Carbondale, IL

#77 May 12, 2013
Heather, you are a retard. You want people to keep it to themselves???? Last week a 7 year old child was playing in his own yard when the neighbors pit bull got out of the house, attacked and killed the boy. Do you think the parents of this dead child should 'keep it to themselves'???? The only thing I am keeping to myself is where I bury your pit bull when I kill it, IF it is ever un-lucky enough to wander in to my yard.
Pit Bull hunter

Ellis Grove, IL

#78 May 12, 2013
Yup

United States

#79 May 12, 2013
Pit Bull hunter wrote:
The idiots will say it must've been raised to fight, it couldn't be that it's in pit bulls' genetic make up to kill.
Richard

Carbondale, IL

#80 May 13, 2013
I have a cousin who got mauled by one when he was 10. He is lucky to be alive. It has nothing to do with how they are raised. They can turn in a heartbeat. It is in their bloodline. Period. Anyone who knows anything about dogs and bloodlines will understand. You cannot take the bloodline out of a dog. I hate them, and when I see them, I try and kill them. Useless killers.

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