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Old 03-26-2013, 11:31 PM   #91
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I wonder if he may have been interested in murdering starving baby seals with it?

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/gabrielle-giffords-husband-at-center-of-bizarre-scene-involving-bulldog-and-sea-lion-pup/

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Old 03-26-2013, 11:49 PM   #92
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Very nice...

I love the way the store owner politely told Kelly to go pound sand! Wonder how his "astronomical ego" is handling the bitch slap?

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What bad parenting on Mr. Kelly's part. He obviously was not paying attention to his daughter. Sounds like his reaction was delayed for some reason. It is the owners responsibility to keep their dog under control at all times when in public. This young girl was not big enough to restrain this dog and should have never been out of sight of her parents when she was holding the leash.
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wanted to post a wisecrack but i just saw this is all ready here... ironic....

do we need to ban irresponsible dog walkers now too....Mr. Kelly....eh....eh...?
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Maybe our "hero" Mark and his poster child Gabbie will fade back into the woodwork now.

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What bad parenting on Mr. Kelly's part. He obviously was not paying attention to his daughter. Sounds like his reaction was delayed for some reason. It is the owners responsibility to keep their dog under control at all times when in public. This young girl was not big enough to restrain this dog and should have never been out of sight of her parents when she was holding the leash.
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wanted to post a wisecrack but i just saw this is all ready here... ironic....

do we need to ban irresponsible dog walkers now too....Mr. Kelly....eh....eh...?
Maybe SOME species of dogs or types of owners should be licensed, restricted, labeled "assault dogs", and sneered at by everyone from little old ladies to snot-nosed brats. Imagine "well I just don't see why anyone needs a bulldog; a well-trained, thoroughly neutered, and fast-fetching Labradoodle should be enough dog for any sporting purpose. Why would anyone need a big scary bulldog with those spiked collars and jowels; they are only good for the pit fighting and eating cats [disgusted huff]."

Hell, I wish I could send that dog a bacon bouquet!
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really? he came over and shook the dog to get it to release? does he know nothing of dog handling? i dont currently own a dog but have been around them enough to know that when one bites, regardless of if its target is human or not you stand over top of them and forcefully press againts there neck/jugular. they release immediatly. no need to shake the dog.

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I think my 12 year old Jack Russell terrier Jesse James could kick Mark's azz!

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Well, at least he's been publicly busted, and surely even the dimmest bulb out there gives him no credibility any more.

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I didnt read after page one but he never got the AR. The FFL sent him his money back cause he dont do straw purchases-buying for someone else/someother purpose. Good for him.

I believe the FFL said "he would take the 45 back if he could get it."

His wife supported killing--unborn for some time.. Hippocrit.

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