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Dog left chained up in freezing cold behind Walmart in Michigan chews own paw off to get free

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posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 02:43 AM
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a reply to: honested3




this sounds like a cry for help from someone who is not stable.


Yeap...musta been it.

Jesus Christ....

.....I torture animals when I'm "crying out for help" as well.





posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 03:12 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

These people should be forced to the same fate.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 03:20 AM
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This was probably the most brutal thing iv read all month.

I kinda wish i could unread it.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 05:12 AM
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originally posted by: AnuTyr
This was probably the most brutal thing iv read all month.

I kinda wish i could unread it.


I wish I could say that it was the most brutal thing I've read all month. A couple days ago I read a front page story in the NY Times about a farm animal research facility in Nebraska where things are done to farm animals that rise to the level of concentration camp atrocities. I am not exaggerating. I couldn't make it through the entire article and I can't get it out of my mind. I will not describe it to you but if you are interested you can probably find it online. Humans are a monstrous species. The fact that this stuff happens with some frequency proves it.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 09:07 AM
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originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)




posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 09:11 AM
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a reply to: NOTurTypical

Personally, I give a damn about "sin" if it is "sin" to exterminate some of the oxygen thieving scum plaguing this planet.
If that is "sin", so be it....

It might be "tongue in cheek" for you, but for me it absolutely isn't.

"Murder" is not simply "murder" and that is it...."murder" depends on who [or what] you do it to. I don't see the issue in black and white.

....many disagree. So be it.
I stand my ground that eliminating scum like this is the best course of action (cuts down on their numbers)....but some here will tell you that just "instills more hate and violence" and blah blah blah....

.....done, before I go any further violating T&C...



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 10:02 AM
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What an awful thing to happen to the poor dog!! I get so upset when I read these kind of stories because it happens so often!

My vet called me up and told me there was a kitten they needed me to adopt. It turned out that the owners locked the kitten in the closet and moved away. It was starving to death when it was found. What makes some people do these terrible things?!! Thankfully, he pulled through and I was able to adopt him. That was 15 years ago and he is the most loving and loyal cat I've ever had.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 01:39 PM
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OK, if / when the people who did this are found, maybe chain them up naked in the bitter cold behind a Walmart, and make them chew their own leg off to get free or die.

What a pity the US constitution protects them from cruel and unusual punishments like the one they subjected that dog to.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 05:41 PM
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Are all Walmarts just vortex's of evil?



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 05:48 PM
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originally posted by: HUMBLEONE
Are all Walmarts just vortex's of evil?



Not all.. Some are vortexes of rage and despair as well.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 06:19 PM
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originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)



Could you lay off the proselytizing in at least one thread? I think it's appalling to take advantage of a tragedy like this to proselytize. Give it a rest.
edit on 24-1-2015 by Tangerine because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 08:08 PM
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Like most people, stuff like this upsets me. It upsets me on a couple levels: 1) I feel for the animal. It’s the helpless, innocent victim of our depraved, brutal, murderous, sociopathic tendencies. 2) It reinforces my already dim view of Humanity. Of all the creatures on this planet, we take the prize for being the most senseless and cruel.

This story reminded me of something I saw on TV a few years back. It was a documentary about an exotic wildlife hunting preserve, where the animals roamed freely as open targets for hunters who wanted to bag exotic/endangered trophies. It was sickening. One of the “events” in the video involved a guy packing a high powered rifle, with a couple other guys along to videotape the heroic event. In the distance appears a beautiful white bengal tiger walking along with no awareness of the “Big Game Hunter”, who was carefully, silently getting a bead on him/her. Then POP, and you can see the tiger has been shot, but not killed. It tries to hobble away from the danger, but is obviously hurt badly. Then a second later, another POP, and the tiger goes down. Next you see this psychotic SOB standing with one foot on the dead tiger, holding his rifle proudly for a well deserved photo op. What a man!!

To make a sick, stomach-turning story even sicker, it turns out the brave hunter was a veterinarian! Go figure!!

I sometimes wonder, if there are other “intelligent” creatures out there in the universe somewhere, are they as cruel, greedy, void of compassion and self-serving as we are? Is it just a natural condition for an evolved, “thinking” being to assume? If so, I hope we never meet them, because then we might play the role of the dog...



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 08:15 PM
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Speechless......How can this be?

Regards, Iwinder



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 08:43 PM
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originally posted by: Tangerine

originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)



Could you lay off the proselytizing in at least one thread?


I'll consider it. When do you need an answer by?


I think it's appalling to take advantage of a tragedy like this to proselytize. Give it a rest.


I think it's appalling that you missed where I was responding to someone who brought Christianity into this. I didn't initiate it, I addressed an attack on me personally because of my avatar:


Nice picture of a cross there..





posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 08:54 PM
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originally posted by: HUMBLEONE
Are all Walmarts just vortex's of evil?



I sometimes think they are. I used to be forced to shop there for groceries because there wasn't another place around I could go to, but I moved last month and there are 4 different low cost grocery stores in the area, including one my Nan used to take me to as a kid that offers gas savings with your receipt. I'm probably going to switch to them for the food savings and the gas savings! If I can avoid going to Wal-Mart, I will do everything in my power!



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 08:57 PM
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originally posted by: netbound
Like most people, stuff like this upsets me. It upsets me on a couple levels: 1) I feel for the animal. It’s the helpless, innocent victim of our depraved, brutal, murderous, sociopathic tendencies. 2) It reinforces my already dim view of Humanity. Of all the creatures on this planet, we take the prize for being the most senseless and cruel.

This story reminded me of something I saw on TV a few years back. It was a documentary about an exotic wildlife hunting preserve, where the animals roamed freely as open targets for hunters who wanted to bag exotic/endangered trophies. It was sickening. One of the “events” in the video involved a guy packing a high powered rifle, with a couple other guys along to videotape the heroic event. In the distance appears a beautiful white bengal tiger walking along with no awareness of the “Big Game Hunter”, who was carefully, silently getting a bead on him/her. Then POP, and you can see the tiger has been shot, but not killed. It tries to hobble away from the danger, but is obviously hurt badly. Then a second later, another POP, and the tiger goes down. Next you see this psychotic SOB standing with one foot on the dead tiger, holding his rifle proudly for a well deserved photo op. What a man!!

To make a sick, stomach-turning story even sicker, it turns out the brave hunter was a veterinarian! Go figure!!

I sometimes wonder, if there are other “intelligent” creatures out there in the universe somewhere, are they as cruel, greedy, void of compassion and self-serving as we are? Is it just a natural condition for an evolved, “thinking” being to assume? If so, I hope we never meet them, because then we might play the role of the dog...



I'm sitting here stunned a vet would do this. You'd they would want species to thrive, especially ones that are dying out such as the tigers. Wow! There IS no hope for humanity!



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 10:40 PM
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originally posted by: Jakal26
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Personally, I give a damn about "sin" if it is "sin" to exterminate some of the oxygen thieving scum plaguing this planet.
If that is "sin", so be it....

It might be "tongue in cheek" for you, but for me it absolutely isn't.

"Murder" is not simply "murder" and that is it...."murder" depends on who [or what] you do it to. I don't see the issue in black and white.

....many disagree. So be it.
I stand my ground that eliminating scum like this is the best course of action (cuts down on their numbers)....but some here will tell you that just "instills more hate and violence" and blah blah blah....

.....done, before I go any further violating T&C...


An ignorant statement, I am sure the way we slaughter cows in our country for the purpose of eating them is appalling to the Hindus and their beliefs. By your logic are they equally justified in killing us rotten sinning cow killers too?



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 10:43 PM
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originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)



Thoughts are a sin, as from the fountain of one's heart will a person's thoughts come from. Did not Jesus say if you think lustfully in your heart then you have committed adultery? Examine your heart, my statement stands.



posted on Jan, 24 2015 @ 11:41 PM
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originally posted by: honested3

originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)



Thoughts are a sin, as from the fountain of one's heart will a person's thoughts come from. Did not Jesus say if you think lustfully in your heart then you have committed adultery? Examine your heart, my statement stands.


This isn't a religious thread. Try to control your desire to proselytize at the drop of a hat. It's offensive and off topic.



posted on Jan, 25 2015 @ 07:05 AM
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originally posted by: honested3

originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: honested3
a reply to: NOTurTypical

Nice picture of a cross there, im sure you know then that God knows your intentions. Maybe examine your heart a little more if that is how you really feel.



Jesus doesn't make us perfect, the flesh still wars with the spirit. I only said these stories make me want to try and rationalize murder. Thoughts are not a sin, acting on those thoughts would be.

(Besides all that, my last post was obviously tongue in cheek)



Thoughts are a sin, as from the fountain of one's heart will a person's thoughts come from. Did not Jesus say if you think lustfully in your heart then you have committed adultery? Examine your heart, my statement stands.


If you dwell on and on about lust then, yes it would be sin, but not the initial thought. If thoughts were sin then Jesus would be a sinner. He was tempted in the wilderness by satan. What satan suggested to Him had to have entered into His ears and been contemplated in His brain, if not it wasn't a "temptation".







 
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