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Anonymous David  |  11/30/2008 5:08 PM  |  Flag  
My great nephews, dad, was showing pictures at our family dinner that included pictures of a pit bull he had just gotten. When I made note of it, he said more people die of smoking and car wrecks than pit bull attacks. I guess he thought that sounded intellegent.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/30/2008 7:14 PM  |  Flag  
The smoking/car wreck is standard rhetoric from the pit bull lobby. If the car is found defective, the manufacturer can be sued for millions. Heck, they even sued the daylights out of the tobacco industry. That dad will have no one to sue if his dog goes berserk. He'll just have to live with the fact that a kid is dead or severely mauled because of his stupidity.

Anonymous bluesmom  |  11/30/2008 7:19 PM  |  Flag  
Does Dad have insurance? He just might need it...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/30/2008 8:55 PM  |  Flag  
Remind that dad that when his dog bites someone, or even knocks them down, or just about anything, he will end up in court for years getting sued and may lose anything

He may even get charged with a crime

No pit bull is worth that.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/01/2008 2:23 AM  |  Flag  
Once again, the author of the artical failed to research how the "friend" was owning up to the financial responsibility for Jaydin's medical bills.

Let me guess...another blood from a turnip scenario!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/01/2008 2:35 AM  |  Flag  
A million dollar medical bill to heal your son's life after a pit bull attack. Parents please take note.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/01/2008 1:23 PM  |  Flag  
When the inlaw starts showing off pictures of his new pit bull at the dinner table, maybe you could suggest he try Viagra instead. Seriously.

Also mention that he will likely be unable to get or keep his homeowners insurance policy if his agent finds out. Or if he rents, he may very likely be evicted.

Too bad the family didn't give him a ration of **** at the dinner table for aquiring a dog most often owned by criminals, drug dealers, and losers. Until parents and grandparents start stepping up and refusing to visit friends and family members who insist on owning these child-maulers, men will continue to try and prove their manhood by owning these dogs.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 12:12 AM  |  Flag  
Shun them!

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