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littleturtle said...

They just found human remains 100 yards from the Jeep.

December 2, 2011 at 10:49 a.m.
littleturtle said...

They just found human remains 100 yards away.

December 2, 2011 at 10:44 a.m.
littleturtle said...

He wasn't fired for being a suspect. He was fired for misuse of company money/email after blatantly prancing his mistress around work, not going to company paid conferences and lying about being there, and running around with mistress while he was supposed to be at the conferences. Mistress was fired too. Saying you on going to a company-paid conference then using the time/money as a personal vacation, and then getting caught in the act, is a no no.

December 1, 2011 at 2:14 p.m.
littleturtle said...

Well, Steve, I do feel sorry for children who are bit. And the child in this story playing in its own yard minding its own business gets total sympathy from me. I'm not talking about babies who don't know better or those attacked for no reason. I'm talking about 6 year olds who purposely torture dogs because they can get away with it, then when the dog finally defends itself it gets a death sentence. I personally know of a dog who can't walk straight because of back issues from being thrown down stairs by 10 year olds, for fun. Look hard on YouTube and you can find videos of kids throwing dogs off overpasses, for fun, and laughing when the dog is laying on concrete crying in pain. When a baby or small child doesn't know better, it is a sad situation, but still should have been controlled by the parents and/or dog owners. The down owner in this situation above should have been the responsible one. Babies and dogs don't mix. I don't care how cute your baby is, and how trained your dog is, don't leave them unsupervised and expect everything to be fine. Dogs are dogs, they are not people, they do not reason, and they will defend themselves. And when you are a child torturing a dog for fun and the dog defends itself, then the dog usually dies and the kid gets babied and hugged because that "mean evil dog hurt you." I'm saying that it is not always the dog's fault. If that makes me "sick" then so be it.

November 26, 2011 at 11:58 a.m.
littleturtle said...

Think about what, Westie? "A cannot be not A?" Makes me wonder for sure. Anyway, part of the problem of this whole situation is that he put the dog "back in its cage." A caged dog is usually a neglected dog, and neglected dogs are trouble through their owner's fault. Right now I am listening to 5 neighborhood dogs barking their heads off at 1 AM, and their owners are doing nothing but screaming at them. Yet my dogs are happily and soundly asleep beside me not causing a problem. A loved, trained, and happy dog is rarely a problem dog. A caged, neglected, and untrained dog of any breed can immediately be a problem. And do not get me started on untrained children that will grab or hit dogs and have no better sense to stay away from a dog's food bowl. Responsibility is the key here. Don't get a dog as a lawn ornament, treat it like family, train it basic commands, and don't let it run loose. Any owner who takes a dog that just got stabbed and throws it back into a cage didn't deserve to have the dog in the first place. I wish the child and the dog both well, but of course we all know how this will turn out for the dog. But maybe dead is better than stabbed and laying in a cage in the cold.

November 26, 2011 at 1:06 a.m.
littleturtle said...

So, nobody cared about it enough to save it before they tried to kill it, but once it survived a gas chamber it is worthy of living? No dog should be put into a gas chamber. It is a horrible violent death. It amazes me that nobody cares about these animals until some "miracle" happens. The miracle would be people actually spaying/neutering their animals, being responsible for their animals, and loving them as family instead of a disposable thing. So glad Daniel got a second chance at life when so so many others did not.

November 17, 2011 at 9:16 a.m.
littleturtle said...

So, let's get this straight. It is sad that her husband died of cancer, but that was 2008. That's over 2 years ago, and she still dosen't have a job? So instead of getting a job to pay for the ridiculously high "interest only" mortgage (indicating they bought a house they probably shouldn't have been able to afford anyway) she wipes out her son's retirement. So her husband left her with nothing ,and now she's screwing over her child out of his retirement, meaning he will probably end up in a similar situation. And now someone is handing her $15,000 to prolong this foreclosure process for a measly 5 months? So far her track record stinks, and if she can't pay the house, she can't pay the loan. There is no way she'll be able to stay there the 5 years required to make the loan "free" so that's something else she will foreclose on. Good luck getting your money back, helpful agency. Here's an idea: let the house go! I think your son may have appreciated you moving in with him more than wiping out his entire life savings.

October 7, 2011 at 10:10 a.m.
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