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Anonymous Felony  |  12/24/2008 4:34 PM  |  Flag  
Private citizens taking up arms and shooting these dogs is the only way to effect change.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/24/2008 6:24 PM  |  Flag  
This is getting worse. There are more and more every week.

It is clear that private citizens need to take this into their own hands at this point, because the situation is getting out of control

Anonymous dude i bagged ur pit  |  12/24/2008 11:51 PM  |  Flag  
The children were nestled all snug in their beds,

when in burst two pit bulls to tear off their heads.

They ran and they screamed, it was over they feared,

but by the magic of Christmas, Santa appeared!

"Now Ruger! Now Browning! Now Mossberg and Colt!

On Remington! On Sako! Semi autos and bolts!”

And down through the chimney came Santa with shells,

he loaded his weapons and blew the pit bulls to hell!

He gathered spent rounds then returned to his sleigh,

“Good riddance to pit bulls, have a great Christmas Day!”

Pit bulls shot by Santa: 2

Anonymous Felony  |  12/25/2008 10:50 AM  |  Flag  
Dude, That is an awesome poem.

Anonymous David  |  12/25/2008 10:59 AM  |  Flag  
January had 22, October had 46, this is tragic.

Anonymous Trigger  |  12/25/2008 4:07 PM  |  Flag  
Surely, you are the Poet Laureate for!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/25/2008 5:07 PM  |  Flag  
Rubidoux man cites divine intervention in surviving pit bull attack
10:00 PM PST on Wednesday, December 24, 2008
The Press-Enterprise
A man in a wheelchair who fended off a pit bull mix believes it was no accident that a law enforcement officer showed up during the attack. "I wasn't too concerned," Arthur Maestas, 58, said Wednesday in front of his Plaza Lane apartment in Rubidoux. "I don't use luck. It's all by the design," he said, pointing heavenward. After shopping at Stater Bros. on Tuesday, Maestas, an amputee, was riding home at 3:30 p.m. in his power wheelchair when a dog attacked him in the 5900 block of Limonite Avenue.

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