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11 thoughts on “Column: 'Views on Pit Bulls, and an Aside on Panthers,' by Andy Parker

  1. I always love a challenge and love checking facts.
    This is all that I can on Anibus Publishing:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compupress

    Spreading the word: The computer books

    Since the early 1980s Compupress had sporadically published a number of computer books, however in 1991 the company decided to launch a branch dedicated solely to this function. Thus was Anubis Publishing formed.
    Undoubtedly launching a book publishing branch was not an especially innovative move on part of a magazine publisher. At that time there already existed at least two other well established Greek computer-book publishers. What differentiated Anubis from the rest of the pack though, was the fact that its competitors were strictly publishers of translated books whereas Anubis strived for a balanced publishing mix of original material written by local technical writers and translations of works originally published by well known foreign publishing houses.
    During the next years Anubis published more than 200 computer books while later on it diversified into the area of business book publishing. With the advent of the millennium, in a wholly unexpected move, Anubis turned to publishing translations of well-known science-fiction and fantasy books…

    THEY ALSO APPEAR TO PUBLISH COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS. IF THIS IS THE SAME PUBLISHING COMPANY THEN IT IS EASY TO SEE WHY THEY PUBLISHED DELISE.

  2. REPOSTED WITH CORRECTION:

    Anonymous posted:
    What's interesting is that the ACK used to have the following four words in cache, "Manorville, N.Y., Anubis Press"

    https://www.google.com/search?q=anibus+press%2C+Manorville%2C+N.Y.&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

    The item has since been removed from Google cache and is not listed on the AKC Library Acquisitions either.

    http://www.akc.org/about/library/2004jan-april_acquisitions.cfm

  3. Ah…The Media bias claim!

    Yes..just like how there are tons of fender benders everyday, but the media concentrates on the drunk driver who kills another motorist.

    The media will report Level 5 sustained maulings and Level 6 fatals which is the trademark of the fighting breeds. If the Pit community doesn’t like the media coverage, breed and sell safer dogs.

  4. Remember that the number one group of special interests defending pit bulls, and lying about them, are BREEDERS

    Pit bull breeders, dog fighter breeders, AKC breeders

    Breeders who want no regulation. Breeders who make money from these dogs.

    The Best Friends and ASPCAs just take from the BREEDER propaganda, and work with the breeders!

  5. It would not surprise me that Anubis Press is a vanity publisher, and that DOG BREEDER LOBBYING GROUPS (like the AKC) paid to have Delise’s book published to use as pretend “expert” propaganda!

  6. Anubis
    Anubis was usually portrayed as a half HUMAN, half DOG, or in fully canine form wearing a ribbon and holding a flail in the crook of its arm[5]. It was strongly associated with cemeteries in ancient Egypt, since it was a scavenger which threatened to uncover human bodies and eat their flesh[6] The distinctive black color of Anubis “did not have to do with the jackal [per se] but with the color of rotting flesh and with the black soil of the Nile valley, symbolizing rebirth.
    ……
    Great, the number one propaganda pit bull spewer thinks she’s half human and half dog.

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