“Read all about it!”

Since: Jan 11

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#84 Dec 4, 2012
GSP_trpr wrote:
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I agree 100%, FOD. I mean, really, why would your first instinct be, when an animal is walking through your yard, to shoot it! Strays cut across my yard all the time and I don't go running in the house to get one of my guns. I'd be more likely to give it food and water than try to kill it. Damn, yes, that's pure lowlife trash alright. Cats, hell...a lot of these worthless people drop their KIDS off on someone like they're no better than stray animals. It says a lot about how society has disintegrated and it's only getting worse. I wish there was a way the owner could recoup some of the vet bill though and the person who did the damage be held responsible.
Yep, drunk and guns don't go together.. that would be VERY worrisome, especially since Ruby says there are kids at their house... if he really does drink and drive, I'd try to figure out his pattern.. get my friends to watch for his vehicle on the road, and call the cops if I thought he was drinking and driving.. that's for sure. He sounds dangerous and stupid to me.

“You gotta stand for something”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#85 Dec 4, 2012
DEMOCRALYPSE wrote:
<quoted text>I don't. like girls like you,big mouthed and fat a$$ed.
And the leash law applies to you as well,you should not leave your yard without a shock collar on.Eat that Alpo Ole Blue.
Oh sweetie! No worries, I wouldn't give you the time of day I'm guessing you're Chris, my friend Ricks personal troll. Shame! Shame! You've already said enough to prove you don't know a thing about me. Haha!
peanut

Nashville, TN

#86 Dec 4, 2012
People who hurt animals are no better than people who hurt children. I am a firm believer in do unto others as they would do unto you.
peanut

Nashville, TN

#87 Dec 4, 2012
On another note is it not against the law for someone intoxicated to handle a gun... Another example of our sheriff department turning their heads.... Guess if it had been a child things would be different. I truly don't see a difference innocent is innocent.
DEMOCRALYPSE

Waxhaw, NC

#88 Dec 4, 2012
Jenny H from the block wrote:
<quoted text>Oh sweetie! No worries, I wouldn't give you the time of day I'm guessing you're Chris, my friend Ricks personal troll. Shame! Shame! You've already said enough to prove you don't know a thing about me. Haha!
I don't want your time or your boheemoth peehole.

“You gotta stand for something”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#89 Dec 4, 2012
DEMOCRALYPSE wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want your time or your boheemoth peehole.
You fool! I never have, nor would I ever offer it to you. You might wanna lay off your weed, you're hallucinating. What a sad little man.:( Being unemployed, living in a tent, and having nothing to do except jam up Topix everyday with trolling babble and political nonsense must suck. Get your ducks in a row, and maybe, just maybe you might be able to get a life. C-ya Chris! I grow tired of your b.s. shenanigans and diarrhea of the fingertips.
Observer

Brentwood, TN

#90 Dec 4, 2012
DEMOCRALYPSE wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want your time or your boheemoth peehole.
WOW, Why don't you 2 love birds just get a room?
Ruby

Charlotte, NC

#91 Dec 4, 2012
Jenny H from the block wrote:
<quoted text>You fool! I never have, nor would I ever offer it to you. You might wanna lay off your weed, you're hallucinating. What a sad little man.:( Being unemployed, living in a tent, and having nothing to do except jam up Topix everyday with trolling babble and political nonsense must suck. Get your ducks in a row, and maybe, just maybe you might be able to get a life. C-ya Chris! I grow tired of your b.s. shenanigans and diarrhea of the fingertips.
.

I actually have to say He is really doing me a favor. He keeps posting his worthless comments. It keeps my posting on the top. Now it is in the spotlight. So because of his rude and immature comments. He is only helping us share our story. Thank you!!!!
DEMOCRALYPSE

Waxhaw, NC

#92 Dec 4, 2012
Jenny H from the block wrote:
<quoted text>You fool! I never have, nor would I ever offer it to you. You might wanna lay off your weed, you're hallucinating. What a sad little man.:( Being unemployed, living in a tent, and having nothing to do except jam up Topix everyday with trolling babble and political nonsense must suck. Get your ducks in a row, and maybe, just maybe you might be able to get a life. C-ya Chris! I grow tired of your b.s. shenanigans and diarrhea of the fingertips.
I wouldn't. Want the offer.
,If your upper lip and your lower one would stay together you would quit getting screwed.
AnalyticalMind

Johnson City, TN

#93 Dec 4, 2012
animals over people I say
Ruby

Charlotte, NC

#94 Dec 4, 2012
Info

Denver, NC

#95 Dec 4, 2012
Ruby wrote:
There is no leash law where we live and we have 2 eye witnesses to the whole thing. They were just playing like puppies do. Do your research. We do not live in the city limits. Thanks again for your comment.
There's a state leash law, which applies to both city and county. Do your research. Tennessee annotated Code

Look into firing a weapon inside city limits, reckless endangerment.

If your not pleased with the police dept. speak with the district attorney general.
DEMOCRALYPSE

Indian Trail, NC

#96 Dec 4, 2012
Info wrote:
<quoted text>
There's a state leash law, which applies to both city and county. Do your research. Tennessee annotated Code
Look into firing a weapon inside city limits, reckless endangerment.
If your not pleased with the police dept. speak with the district attorney general.
Tried to tell them that.
Ruby

Charlotte, NC

#97 Dec 4, 2012
Info wrote:
<quoted text>
There's a state leash law, which applies to both city and county. Do your research. Tennessee annotated Code
Look into firing a weapon inside city limits, reckless endangerment.
If your not pleased with the police dept. speak with the district attorney general.
Thank you info. Another Attorney of law. I have spoke to the state rep, police dept, the animal control, and the DA. All have said there is no leash law in the county. So obviously you know something they all don't. Also leash law or not. An animal cannot be shot just for being on your property. Also told to me by the people that run the state. Wow Topix is filled with rude people.

“You gotta stand for something”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#98 Dec 4, 2012
That it is Ruby! It's full of know it alls, trolls, and village idiots. It's unfortunate, because there are several great posters here. Not everyone is like Chris.:)
DEMOCRALYPSE

Indian Trail, NC

#99 Dec 4, 2012
Ruby wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you info. Another Attorney of law. I have spoke to the state rep, police dept, the animal control, and the DA. All have said there is no leash law in the county. So obviously you know something they all don't. Also leash law or not. An animal cannot be shot just for being on your property. Also told to me by the people that run the state. Wow Topix is filled with rude people.
If you had a leg to stand on someone would be in jail.
DEMOCRALYPSE

Indian Trail, NC

#100 Dec 4, 2012
Telling you the law, just because you don't like it,doesn't make it not the law.
DEMOCRALYPSE

Indian Trail, NC

#101 Dec 4, 2012
Jenny H from the block wrote:
That it is Ruby! It's full of know it alls, trolls, and village idiots. It's unfortunate, because there are several great posters here. Not everyone is like Chris.:)
shush Whisker Biscuit.
Anonymous

Charlotte, NC

#103 Dec 4, 2012
Greene County, TN: mandatory sterilization, leash laws, microchipping

Created on Saturday, February 21 2009
A subcommittee of the Greene County Commission's Animal Control Committee voted Tuesday afternoon to give greater authority to County Animal Control Director Eddie Key to enforce the county's leash law. The vote by the subcommittee, which includes commissioners on the committee plus pet-rescue activists and others in favor of a spay-and-neuter ordinance, followed another contentious meeting pitting hunters opposed to a new spay-and-neuter law against those in favor of such a law. The Animal Control Committee and subcommittee, meeting jointly, also voted to direct the Greene County Commission's Insurance Committee to investigate the possibility of having volunteers assist Key in his duties as the county's main animal control officer.
Anonymous

Charlotte, NC

#104 Dec 4, 2012
New Dog Leash Laws in Greene County


November 11, 2009

The Greene County Board of Supervisor's unanimously voted to amend an already existing leash law Tuesday night.

The current law only specified certain areas where dog owners should control their pets at all times. But the new addition specifies that pet handlers with dogs in residential subdivisions and county owned property should now leash their canines when in public

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