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Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/11/2008 5:22 AM  |  Flag  
"A man who asked to be referred to as "John" was surprised when he returned home to find that his pit bull Trouble was dead after attacking and hospitalizing a man."

Why is the owner always the only one who is surprised?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/11/2008 3:32 PM  |  Flag  
Denial, defense mechanism, and morally reprehensible. Brings to mind Charles Smallwood. "I will never go into that house again. I will never own another dog..."

Charles Smallwood's two pit bull attacked and killed Jennifer Lowe while she visited his house last year. The grapevine says, he's got 3 new dogs -- how much do you want to bet they are pits?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/11/2008 8:43 PM  |  Flag  
Why do so many pit bulls have names like "Trouble", "Murder", "Felony", etc. Then when they maul someone, the owner always claims..."but Felony was such a gentle dog!"

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