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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/28/2008 4:27 PM  |  Flag  
Interesting...so Patrick was keeping the Bolio line alive? Bolio was a famous fighting dog AND a manbiter. All the BS that the pro-pit lobby puts out...that the "real" fighting dogs were "human friendly" is pure fiction. Interviews with dogmen can be found online...they say that Bolio would become so enraged at the sight of another dog in the pit, he would bite the handler if he wasn't released soon enough.

This whole fairy tale that dogfighting was once a "gentleman's sport" and that manbiters were automatically shot is pure fiction...if a dog made a lot of money, it didn't matter if he was a manbiter; he was not put down, his bloodlines were prized.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/28/2008 6:55 PM  |  Flag  
The ADDR files are now in the hands of the feds...Let's hope they nab some ProMauler Lobbyists and poiticians with ties to them.

Anonymous I'm no dumass  |  2/28/2008 7:08 PM  |  Flag  
Talk about a gold mine! This bust is monumental -- monumental! It's going to put a sizable crater in the dogman's armor. I'm sure the lobbyists and politicians already have lawyers, and are doing whatever they can to cover their tracks.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/29/2008 4:53 AM  |  Flag  
It's great thing that the Feds finally made dogfighting and interstate transporting of fighting dogs a felony last year. Apparently, these people were too busy spewing "Nanny Dog" myths around the internet to notice that the US Senate passed the Bill 99-0!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/29/2008 5:58 AM  |  Flag  
Interesting...so Patrick was keeping the Bolio line alive? Bolio was a famous fighting dog AND a manbiter. All the BS that the pro-pit lobby puts out...that the "real" fighting dogs were "human friendly" is pure fiction. Interviews with dogmen can be found online...they say that Bolio would become so enraged at the sight of another dog in the pit, he would bite the handler if he wasn't released soon enough.

The human friendly and "Nanny Dog" myths are put out there to support the breed's shaky presumption of domestication.

Are we really suppose to buy that British "Gentlemen" from the 18th Century would throw their child's companion into a pit with a bear?

Blogger Special-T  |  1/06/2009 9:41 PM  |  Flag  
Actually it is true that dogfighters will sometimes fight or breed a talented prospect regardless of wether or not it shows human agressive signs ,but the experienced dogfighters who do this and are successful use thier vast experience and knowlege to select suchan animal ,normaly dogfighters have found a connection between manbiters and dogs that quit,Dogfighters with little Experience would usually ruin thier breeding program by breeding such individuals .

Anonymous ernie  |  1/10/2009 9:40 PM  |  Flag  
Special-T writes
"Actually it is true that dogfighters will sometimes fight or breed a talented prospect regardless of wether or not it shows human agressive signs ,but the experienced dogfighters who do this and are successful use thier vast experience and knowlege to select suchan animal ,normaly dogfighters have found a connection between manbiters and dogs that quit,Dogfighters with little Experience would usually ruin thier breeding program by breeding such individuals ."

Special T belongs in Special Ed. This dog fighting aficionado is a first rate moron.
ROM = register of merit and that roughly translates into a champion that produces champions. The following man biting pit fighters were champions that produced champions:
Gr Ch Art ROM
Gr Ch Zebo ROM
Ch Yellow John ROM
Ch Honeybunch ROM
Gr Ch Indian Bolio ROM
Ch Bullyson ROM
Gr Ch Gambler's Virgil ROM
Ch Chinaman ROM
Ch Loposay's Buster ROM

Don't believe me? GOOGLE THEM!

For a good discussion of man biters, one should always turn to THE Bible for Dogmen and Their Pit FIghters:
http://www.game-dog.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20417

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