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Massena, NY

Should marijuana be legalized and regulated?

Would you be able to go into more detail about why regulation by the gov would be bad? Im just curious. Thanks. But yeah, in general, I think if anything should be illegalized, it should be alchohol. People do more stupid shit while drinking than any other drug. Husbands come home drunk and beat their wives, people drive drunk and kill themselves or others, etc. All you want to do on weed is laugh, stair at stuff, and eat like you havent eaten in 20 years.  (Oct 16, 2012 | post #7)

Massena, NY

Should marijuana be legalized and regulated?

I wanted to see what others thought on the subject. I think it should. Its safer for you than both alchohol and cigarettes. Although I bet tobacco wouldnt be so bad if the companies didnt add harmfull chemicals like arsenic. It has medicinal benefits. It would help create new jobs and help the economy. The only thing it causes is sleepiness and the munchies. There really isnt a good reason not to legalize it. So there, thats my take. Whats yours?  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #1)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Exactly.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #40)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Ok finally, someone who actually took the time to take test, but I have to ask: If the first dog you picked was an American pitbull terrier, how did it take you 2 attempts? So what was really the breed you picked first hmmm?  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #37)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Are you really that afraid to hear what other people say, that now your making "wild unsubstantiated claims" about the test like "you can click on five of those pictures and actually be right," without having a scrap of proof to back that up. Pathetic.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #23)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

1. Of course there are other bully breeds on there. No one is denying that they are relatives of the pitbull. So, Im not sure what you are trying to acomplish with that, since they are not pitbulls. 2. All breeds are related. Look up the history of dogs in general. They came from tamed domesticated wolves. http://www.dog-nam es.org.uk/history- evolution-dogs.htm  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #21)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Well sorry CD but I want to hear from other people, not you. I have seen enough of what you post to know that you would say anything to prove your point, even if its not true. So, lets see what everyone else says before we start jumping to conclusions.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #17)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Again those were some lovely posts and may have gotten you somewhere...if I had used the test it was talking about.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #13)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

Oh good try CD, but I knew you would try to come in here and say that. So I didnt use that test. Both of these tests picture purebreed dogs, and no puppies. All adult dogs. Go ahead, give it a try.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #8)

Massena, NY

10/4/12 3 week old baby killed by pit

I didnt lie. I read the title and assumed the rest. I mean "myth: pits dont have locking jaws." You would assume that she must be claiming that pits really do have a locking mechanism in their jaws, since thats what the entire myth is about. If it is in fact a myth, then why does she go on to say that they really dont have a locking mechanism in their jaws, its just really hard to get them to let go. That still means that the locking jaw thing is a myth, she just had to use her anti pit rhetoic. She lies with the title and then pretty much tries to justify her lie in the explanation.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #48)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

This is also a good test to see how skilled you are at identifying pitbulls. http://www.pbrc.ne t/poppysplace/game s/AdultFindabull/f indpitbull_v4.html  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #2)

Massena, NY

10/4/12 3 week old baby killed by pit

No she has never been alone with dog, because she likes to be rough with the dog and it wouldnt be fair to the dog to expect her to deal with that. Plus, it prevents an attack. Call me a liar if you want but common sense tends to be something that prevents an attack. And again with the newton thing. Really? You didnt even read what I said did you?  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #43)

Massena, NY

Can you identify the pitbull?

http://www.pickthe pit.com/ Please go to this website and see if you can identify the American pitbull terrier on the first try. Cant deny claims that misidentification is very rare and that you could line up 1,000 different dogs, and he will always be able to identify the pit on the first try. Well, lets test that theory out shall we? After you go to the website and take the test, post how many tries it took and whatever else you would like to share about the test. Thanks!  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #1)

Massena, NY

10/4/12 3 week old baby killed by pit

My child has been around our pit. I never said that children shouldnt be around pits, I said you shouldnt leave your kid alone with one. There is a big difference. You should always supervise young kids around any dog. Im not sure how my daughter being around our dog makes me a liar. You make no sense. Plus, The only thing that I did was post info from animal planet and national geographic that proved that a pitbulls bite force was somewhere around 320 psi. That was someone else that said something about newtons. I think your getting mixed up. http://dogfacts.wo rdpress.com/2008/0 2/03/national-geog raphics-dr-brady-b arrs-bite-pressure -tests/ http://animal.disc overy.com/petsourc e/bully-breeds/qui zzes-myths/5-myths -debunked-04.html Now let me remind you that it isnt false just because you dont want to beleive it. Sorry.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #40)

Massena, NY

10/3/12 pit rescuer killed by pit

The test is intended to show how difficult it can be to distinguish depending on the dog. They never said that its impossible(those were your words), of course you can tell sometimes. Im at the dog park sometimes and I think I identified a dog and I ask the owner and its not what I though it was. The point is that sometimes it is possible to misidentify a dog. To say that no one ever misidentifies a pitbull is a load of crap because even I do it, and I own one.  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #61)