Wolf escapes from Mass. sanctuary

Wolf escapes from Mass. sanctuary

There are 12 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Jan 5, 2010, titled Wolf escapes from Mass. sanctuary. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

Authorities say a wolf that escaped from a Massachusetts wolf sanctuary poses no danger to the public.

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Cincinnatus

Springfield, MA

#1 Jan 5, 2010
Sure, no danger to the public, just like the Gitmo terrorists they let free. Typical government operation.
FJX

United States

#2 Jan 5, 2010
Cincinnatus wrote:
Sure, no danger to the public, just like the Gitmo terrorists they let free. Typical government operation.
Ok - how about very little danger? Someone's pet dog poses far more danger than a wild wolf let alone a semi tame one - oh that's right, some one in government made the comment so it must be a lie and a coverup - everyone knows that all government works are evil - quick hide, here come the freemasons.
Lead poisoning

Warwick, MA

#3 Jan 5, 2010
Shoot it, no more problem

Since: Jan 09

Great Barrington, MA

#4 Jan 5, 2010
I think it is so cool how dogs evolved from wolves. Of course, in this case it was by human intervention (selective breeding) than by natural selection. From one type/species to many types/species.

Since: Jan 09

Great Barrington, MA

#5 Jan 5, 2010
Oops, I meant "rather than..."
stabulus

United States

#6 Jan 5, 2010
Let's see "Shoot it, no more problem", spoken like a true hunter. If it moves, kill it.
yamon

Granby, MA

#7 Jan 5, 2010
Of course it came home it is deer buffet in Massachusetts why go anywhere else.
Looking For Sympathy

Hartford, CT

#8 Jan 6, 2010
FJX wrote:
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Ok - how about very little danger? Someone's pet dog poses far more danger than a wild wolf let alone a semi tame one - oh that's right, some one in government made the comment so it must be a lie and a coverup - everyone knows that all government works are evil - quick hide, here come the freemasons.
Oh, you poor, sad, delusional, immature child! You think the government is here to help you, don't you? Are you collecting welfare & sucking off the public teat somehow?

Show me a dead politician & I'll show you a good politician. There's not a one bloodsucking, tax spending, useless, immoral son-of-a-b*tchin' one of 'em that's worth the powder it would take to blow him/her to hell!

I support term limits for all politicians - 1 in office & 2 in jail!

As for you, maybe you should grow up a little & invest yourself in some things that really matter - like looking after your own species. Why is it that you believe 4 legged animals are more valuable than 2 legged ones?

There are plenty of hurting people around who could use a little compassion & caring. The wolves can take care of themselves. That's how god made 'em, didn't she?
FJX

United States

#9 Jan 6, 2010
Looking For Sympathy wrote:
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... You think the government is here to help you, don't you? Are you collecting welfare & sucking off the public teat somehow?
... Why is it that you believe 4 legged animals are more valuable than 2 legged ones?
There are plenty of hurting people around who could use a little compassion & caring. The wolves can take care of themselves. That's how god made 'em, didn't she?
Hmmm - I don't ever recall putting a value on 4 legged animals.

I commented that people are in more danger from pets than wild animals. There were about 4.7 million dog attacks per year.( http://www.dogbitelaw.com/PAGES/statistics.ht... ). There were no wolf attacks in the last few years. There has never been a documented case of a wolf killing a human.( http://www.wildsentry.org/WolfAttack.html )

Of course I can tell from your convoluted reasoning and rush to judgment that facts bear no influence in your decision making.

I think you should go back into the closet, put on your tin foil hat, and hide from the trilateral commission.
Looking For Sympathy

Hartford, CT

#10 Jan 6, 2010
FJX wrote:
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Hmmm - I don't ever recall putting a value on 4 legged animals.
I commented that people are in more danger from pets than wild animals. There were about 4.7 million dog attacks per year.( http://www.dogbitelaw.com/PAGES/statistics.ht... ). There were no wolf attacks in the last few years. There has never been a documented case of a wolf killing a human.( http://www.wildsentry.org/WolfAttack.html )
Of course I can tell from your convoluted reasoning and rush to judgment that facts bear no influence in your decision making.
I think you should go back into the closet, put on your tin foil hat, and hide from the trilateral commission.
Changing you name doesn't change your warped sense of reality. I'll have to review your old posts under your previous name to pick out your identical diatribe.

In the meantime, why dontcha spend some of your free time coming up with some new lines rather than just regurgitating the same tired, old crap. Your lines are at least 2 years old.

Got to the toddler stage and just stopped mentally progressing at that point, hey?
hap1682

Beverly, MA

#11 Jan 6, 2010
The fact of the matter is that people believe wolves are predators of humans and that they are in danger when in the presence of wolves. It was created through stories like Little Red Riding hood. In their own territory, aka the wolf pen, YES, strange unfamiliar people would be in danger-because they would be intruding in the wolves territory. However, this wolf was running in fear because it was outside of it's home and afraid of everything around it, including humans. And the wolves that live at the sanctuary are never fed anything live, ever. It is illegal to feed them live food, therefore they never really perfect their hunting skills and therefore would most likely NOT pose a danger to pets that are healthy and around humans. Coyotes pose a MUCH larger threat to pets, and are all over the town where that wolf lives.
And no, the government had NOTHING to do with the statement that they "pose no threat to the public". The organization said it themselves, and WE stand by it. Get educated before you spew out large words to try to sound intelligent. Anyone can rehearse a dictionary.
FJX

United States

#12 Jan 7, 2010
Looking For Sympathy wrote:
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Changing you name doesn't change your warped sense of reality. I'll have to review your old posts ....
Since I try to rely on facts not emotion to form opinions, I am not surprised others have similar posts.

It surprises me even less that you see a conspiracy theory in the topix board. Time for you to go inside, the black helicopters are circling.

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