SPCA seizes dogs

Full story: Evening Sun 148
The Adams County SPCA last week rescued about 16 dogs from an address along Route 30 in Franklin Township. Full Story

Since: Jan 11

Sugar House

#101 Feb 24, 2011
Walk a Mile,

Ignore the grammar police, it is a common tactic to fall back on spelling and grammar when you have nothing important to add to the conversation.
Bahston Beany wrote:
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It is a shame you are not one of those "smarter" people from Boston. You were not even bright enough to take my little tip on when to use apostrophes. It is "penalties", not "penalty's". You are an apostrophe catastrophe. At this point, I'm not sure Boston will let you back in - or "your little dog, too", as they say in the Wizard of Oz. You should consider a move to Alabama. They have great soil, and I'm sure your dog would enjoy taking a dirt nap down there.
Bahston Beany

Shrewsbury, PA

#102 Feb 24, 2011
Sherri Martin wrote:
Walk a Mile,
Ignore the grammar police, it is a common tactic to fall back on spelling and grammar when you have nothing important to add to the conversation.
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No. In the instance of this twit, it is appropriate to point out a specific flaw in her intelligence and lack of logic as she superficially attacks the intelligence and persona of an entire state. Throwing it back in her face is the most direct way of accomplishing that - especially as she contends that Pennsylvanians are not "real". Therefore, no sugar-coating for this supercilious twit.
Lois

Carlisle, PA

#103 Feb 24, 2011
I Love dogs & cats I would like to get a dog.
and it will be in my house. Iwould take good
care of it. and .

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#104 Feb 24, 2011
Serendipity wrote:
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I've lived in my house in Pa for 11 1/2yrs and my neighbor across the street has never even made eye contact with me, let alone waved or said hi. And there have even been times that I have been at the road getting my mail and they've walked or jogged right past me and kept their eyes averted which does put a damper on any attempts I may have made to say hi. It's wierd. Luckily that kind of behavior hasn't been the case with everyone I've met but it is more common than I would prefer...
Also for "walk a mile": yes, indeed. That is truly the case around these parts. Lucky for us, when we moved here, we had some family. And we found a decent church. And I work now. But when I tally up all the people I am closest to: they are ALL TRANSPLANTS TO THIS AREA, TOO. Locals are often "nice enough," but they do not make an effort to get to know me.

I have lived midwest, west, and now east, and even overseas and have never felt such unfriendly chilliness!

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#105 Feb 24, 2011
Bahston Beany wrote:
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No. In the instance of this twit, it is appropriate to point out a specific flaw in her intelligence and lack of logic as she superficially attacks the intelligence and persona of an entire state. Throwing it back in her face is the most direct way of accomplishing that - especially as she contends that Pennsylvanians are not "real". Therefore, no sugar-coating for this supercilious twit.
I would daresay it's not the entire state of PA, but this general area. Someone (a local) mentioned something to me once about the provincialism of the PA Dutch, so that could be part of it. They are very much to themselves. I'm betting in the metro areas of Philly & Pittsburg, for instance, it's not quite so closed-in.
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#106 Feb 24, 2011
Lois wrote:
I Love dogs & cats I would like to get a dog.
and it will be in my house. Iwould take good
care of it. and .
Hey, Loris, how's Superman?

“Show Me Your Man Titties!”

Since: Feb 11

Hanover, PA

#107 Feb 24, 2011
Forsure wrote:
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You are 100% right. I don't know where people get the idea of feeding beef corn is bad and only to fatten them up quickly. The only reason to feed beef corn is to flavor the taste. If all beef were grass fed people would soon stop eating beef.
The bad thing about feeding cows corn is it raises the levels of omega 6 fatty acid which can lead to inflammation. Western diet is very high in omega 6 fatty acid, but the beef does taste good.

Since: Jan 11

Sugar House

#108 Feb 24, 2011
No, it just shows your lack of class. So she doesn't like PA. So what? I know it is not all the people here regardless of what she says and I know it isn't the entire state of PA. I also know there are idiot people everywhere you go, including Boston. If she hasn't made good friends here then that is truly her loss. More power to her for moving.
Bahston Beany wrote:
<quoted text>
No. In the instance of this twit, it is appropriate to point out a specific flaw in her intelligence and lack of logic as she superficially attacks the intelligence and persona of an entire state. Throwing it back in her face is the most direct way of accomplishing that - especially as she contends that Pennsylvanians are not "real". Therefore, no sugar-coating for this supercilious twit.
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#109 Feb 24, 2011
You are paronoid wrote:
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First: Yes they have to get a search warrent.
Second: Have you been seeing Black Helocoptors? Time for you to get your tin foil hat.
No,no,no,no- Land of a thousand dances. Hey, ya like Buffalo Springfield? Yepper, that song "For what it's worth" keeps buzzing about in my head?
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#110 Feb 24, 2011
Enjoys the Inanity wrote:
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Also for "walk a mile": yes, indeed. That is truly the case around these parts. Lucky for us, when we moved here, we had some family. And we found a decent church. And I work now. But when I tally up all the people I am closest to: they are ALL TRANSPLANTS TO THIS AREA, TOO. Locals are often "nice enough," but they do not make an effort to get to know me.
I have lived midwest, west, and now east, and even overseas and have never felt such unfriendly chilliness!
Same here, the majority of folks here are "transplants", from the East coast and the south. I believe the majestic Rocky mountains have mellowed them out. Well, kiddo if the locals aren't nice,who cares? You have 'transplant' pals, hang out with them.Yepper, I lived all over also, i have back in Pa and in Boston and new England. They are all screaming for me to move back. I'll check it out on the vacation tour. ROCK ON!!
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#111 Feb 24, 2011
Bahston Beany wrote:
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No. In the instance of this twit, it is appropriate to point out a specific flaw in her intelligence and lack of logic as she superficially attacks the intelligence and persona of an entire state. Throwing it back in her face is the most direct way of accomplishing that - especially as she contends that Pennsylvanians are not "real". Therefore, no sugar-coating for this supercilious twit.
you just didn't go there, yes you did. I love Pa, it is my home state-what I don't like are rude folks. I am not a keep up with the Joneses gal, am not out to impress anyone. Simple, what you see is what you get. Oh and i am the way I am in my character, of my Pa roots. If i would ever move back there. my persona would not change, this is me,it's who I am. The chicks at work love my 60's hippie energy, especially the younger ones. At the en of their shift, I ask "Where's my hug"? Melts them, yes- control is mine once again. ROCK ON!!!
Curious

Hollywood, MD

#112 Feb 24, 2011
I hope these poor dogs find a good home! How can people treat pets this way????
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#113 Feb 24, 2011
Sherri Martin wrote:
No, it just shows your lack of class. So she doesn't like PA. So what? I know it is not all the people here regardless of what she says and I know it isn't the entire state of PA. I also know there are idiot people everywhere you go, including Boston. If she hasn't made good friends here then that is truly her loss. More power to her for moving.
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Sherrie, you are so cool,calm and collective, love your spirit!! Actually, from day one have felt great vibes!! I feel as tho I have made some friendships and arch enemies on this site. This is the only site,really care to chat on.Never say never,about not moving back. As long as I have open spaces an nature about, I will be content. Then I can speak to the universe openly, without distraction. ROCK ON!!!
Bahston Beany

Shrewsbury, PA

#114 Feb 24, 2011
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> you just didn't go there, yes you did. I love Pa, it is my home state-what I don't like are rude folks. I am not a keep up with the Joneses gal, am not out to impress anyone. Simple, what you see is what you get. Oh and i am the way I am in my character, of my Pa roots. If i would ever move back there. my persona would not change, this is me,it's who I am. The chicks at work love my 60's hippie energy, especially the younger ones. At the en of their shift, I ask "Where's my hug"? Melts them, yes- control is mine once again. ROCK ON!!!
Hope somebody mops up all that melted goo at the end of your shift at Taco Bell. Sounds like sexual harassment, though. Thought they had a corporate policy against that.
Beware Chick will Fil-A U

Shrewsbury, PA

#115 Feb 24, 2011
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> Sherrie, you are so cool,calm and collective, love your spirit!! Actually, from day one have felt great vibes!! I feel as tho I have made some friendships and arch enemies on this site. This is the only site,really care to chat on.Never say never,about not moving back. As long as I have open spaces an nature about, I will be content. Then I can speak to the universe openly, without distraction. ROCK ON!!!
Careful ladies, this admitted BS'er loves to schmooze women into physical contact. Can anyone say (((serial killer)))?
Fruitville PA

Hanover, PA

#116 Feb 24, 2011
Enjoys the Inanity wrote:
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I would daresay it's not the entire state of PA, but this general area. Someone (a local) mentioned something to me once about the provincialism of the PA Dutch, so that could be part of it. They are very much to themselves. I'm betting in the metro areas of Philly & Pittsburg, for instance, it's not quite so closed-in.
People from Philly and people from Pittsburg are completely different. People from Pittsburg are laid back and more friendly.

People from Philly are on edge and will snap at you for no reason.

Yes there is a Fruitville in Pa. That's where I'm from.
Unemployed

Hanover, PA

#117 Feb 24, 2011
Curious wrote:
I hope these poor dogs find a good home! How can people treat pets this way????
Oh they are in such a good place now caged up indoors and walked twice daily.
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#118 Feb 24, 2011
Beware Chick will Fil-A U wrote:
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Careful ladies, this admitted BS'er loves to schmooze women into physical contact. Can anyone say (((serial killer)))?
Can anyone say "Black Widow"?
Colorado Chick

Colorado Springs, CO

#119 Feb 24, 2011
Unemployed wrote:
<quoted text>Oh they are in such a good place now caged up indoors and walked twice daily.
Careful, these words may bite back and whisper in the wind, ADIOS FOREVER!!
bb mom

Gardners, PA

#120 Feb 24, 2011
Rescuer wrote:
When shelters "chill a little" on who they adopt to, the dogs end up in the hands of people EXACTLY like this. No shelter that I know of requires a fenced yard, but they DO REQUIRE that you get your pets the recommended vaccinations. That's proof that you're a responsible pet owner and that you realize there is a cost to owning pets. It's a commitment. And if you aren't willing to make that commitment then you may be the kind of person who dumps their pet in a shelter when they require medical care because you aren't willing to put out the money. THAT is why they want to see some effort on your part. You say you'd provide a "great home" but you don't want to get the dog it's shots..... I'm sorry but the two go hand in hand.
All my animals have their shots and are licensed but being that my dog is terrified of the vet we do one of those hold her down get her shots and out the door thing. My cats too are very well cared for and get their shots and special food, but there again they not at the vets every 6 months for check ups. I have put out thousands for my animals and will continue to do so, but I dont keep all their records!! And since my dog has been to 4 different vets in her 6 years it's more of a hassle to collect any and all records. Also I am not the only one that knows about this, it only seems to be Adams county SPCA.

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