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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, 25 2015 @ 07:07 AM
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originally posted by: Tangerine

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.


It's not "proselytizing". Check the definition, I'm a Christian as is the other member.




posted on Jan, 25 2015 @ 07:23 AM
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a reply to: honested3

Slaughtering a cow (or any other animal for that matter) for sustenance is not the same as chaining up an animal in the cold and leaving it to chew it's own gd leg off, but you already knew that.

The example is a apples to oranges argument but I'll play.
IF the established norm in their culture was that killing (or torturing) cattle was murder, then yes, they would be justified.
You don't go into someone's home (or country) and murder (or torture) that which they hold sacred.

Now, do those you speak of kill people (under "normal" circumstances) for killing cattle? (Serious question. I don't really know and have never bothered to check that out.....though, I kinda doubt it)

Now, if they did do that and they come to a country where the established norm is "cattle=food source" and they murder a man for killing (not torturing...not the same) a cow....they now become the murderer.
It's actually rather simple.

But all this is just you deflecting anyways (and you know that)
....your "this was probably someone crying out for help because they are mental" argument and how absurd it was....THAT was my point. But again, you knew that already.

Allowing evil to thrive without keeping it in check (exterminating it) is what is ignorant....not what I said.
But keep on believing you can coddle sick sob's like these.....they just keep multiplying. See how that works out for ALL of us.



posted on Jan, 25 2015 @ 04:33 PM
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originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: Tangerine

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.


It's not "proselytizing". Check the definition, I'm a Christian as is the other member.


You're posting in a chatroom where there are people who are not Christians and you ARE proselytizing--as always. It's off topic and offensive.



posted on Jan, 26 2015 @ 04:20 AM
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originally posted by: Tangerine

originally posted by: NOTurTypical

originally posted by: Tangerine

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.


It's not "proselytizing". Check the definition, I'm a Christian as is the other member.


You're posting in a chatroom where there are people who are not Christians and you ARE proselytizing--as always. It's off topic and offensive.


If you are offended then don't post. Believe it or not, I'm not running for any political office, I don't need a single vote.



posted on Jan, 26 2015 @ 04:48 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

I just read the thread title because I do not care for the details.. There isn't much worse than animal abuse/cruelty. People who commit these crimes should deserve serious torture and top it off with an equal amount of jail time as is their age.

Each year there are families who want to enjoy their holidays. Because the master of the house loves his family and is convinced that they deserve that vacation he takes every precaution so everything is well when they leave and come home again. Unfortunayely there is no room for the dog in the car and can not be left alone in the house. So what does this loving family man do..?? Each year there are reports here in The Netherlands of dogs which are leashed to a tree.

The master of the house is most likely someone with no sense of guild or remorse... a typical psychopath...


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posted on Jan, 26 2015 @ 07:12 AM
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originally posted by: zatara
a reply to: Anyafaj

I just read the thread title because I do not care for the details.. There isn't much worse than animal abuse/cruelty. People who commit these crimes should deserve serious torture and top it off with an equal amount of jail time as is their age.

Each year there are families who want to enjoy their holidays. Because the master of the house loves his family and is convinced that they deserve that vacation he takes every precaution so everything is well when they leave and come home again. Unfortunayely there is no room for the dog in the car and can not be left alone in the house. So what does this loving family man do..?? Each year there are reports here in The Netherlands of dogs which are leashed to a tree.

The master of the house is most likely someone with no sense of guild or remorse... a typical psychopath...




My sister adopted one of her dogs that way. The master of the house moved and left the dog behind with no food or water. She saw the dog and tool the poor guy home. She had him for a long time and spoilt him rotten. And of course he loved every minute of it.




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