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I done been sayin' since like 2008 that I carry because of pit bulls and the like, as much as anything else.
These idiot doctors revived her. For what? They should've let the woman just die now she has to live with no arms and a colostomy bag the rest of her life. I'm sorry a colostomy bag is bad enough but no arms on top of that? Just let God take me. Fuck that.
You see the headline and you want to make a joke about white women owning pit bulls being like white women dating black guys, just slightly safer.
But these weren’t even her dogs.
New York Post:
I’ve never heard of someone waking up from a coma and freaking out and being put back into a coma. Wouldn’t they just give her morphine or some tranquilizer?
It’s not safe to repeatedly put someone into a medically-induced coma.
As far as this guy – $5,000 fine OR three years in jail?
He should get the same punishment if he himself had chewed the woman’s arms off, which should be the death penalty, but would at least be 20 years in prison.
This is a white guy.
Every pit bull owner should be charged as if they committed the crime.
At the very least.
Why is this allowed?
Because there is only one breed of dog – the dog breed?
Would treating pit bulls differently be racism?
Related: Pit Bull Rips Mother’s Arms Off, Kills Her for Stopping Him from Eating 4-Year-Old Son
A couple days after this story/thread I remembered something I wanted to post.To be fair, I would probably freak out under the same circumstances.
Holy heck, losing both arms. Yeah, not being able to wipe your ass for the rest of your life would truly suck.
Not being able to play the guitar or piano, or grab boobies.
(yeah, you could get a bidet, and you would be able to probably manipulate the buttons with your toes, and then sit down again quickly, but still.)
Anything not a death or dismemberment situation can have a silver lining.
But she did get dismembered.
One-arm loss, yeah, that would truly suck. But two-arm loss! Yowza.
Bless her heart.
Everybody take a deep breath and thank God that you have hands and arms.
We are truly blessed.
If people get a chance, listen to the interview.Q: Tell me your favorite success story of an individual or a company. The best success, the best example of success that you've seen.
A: Two years ago while speaking for the Department of Defense in Colorado Springs I heard a young speaker named John Foppe, who was nineteen years old speaking also at the Department of Defense. John was born without arms. As a matter of fact he had a number of significant difficulties. They gave him not even one chance in a hundred of living. He had no hip sockets or anything. That young man stood up there with the poise and confidence like you just can't believe. Over a period of time I came to know John, was so impressed with him that for the first time in my career I invited an outside speaker to join our staff. We normally raise our speakers up internally. To watch John Foppe and to hear the story of how his mother, particularly, brought him along, the things that she did when at age ten, and we've got a picture of John, drinking a glass of milk with his feet when he was two years old--at age ten she refused to let the other boys in the family help him to do anything--he had to completely do everything on his own. He drives his car, he travels by himself; to watch him scramble an egg, for example, or put sugar in a cup of coffee, with his feet, watch him write, and the way he handles a telephone, all of these other things;
at age ten he was having, as he said, a pity party one day, his mother didn't say a thing. She simply put a newspaper article in front of him for him to read. It was about a little girl who didn't have any arms either. But neither did she have any legs. And John said that was the last time he really felt sorry for himself.
what he's doing with his life, is in my mind, one of the greatest success stories I've ever seen.
He speaks all over the country, youth groups, leadership groups, you name it.
Leave some antifreeze out for it.We have a vicious dog in our neighborhood owned a disgusting family of spics. The dog gets loose regularly, and our worthless town government does nothing about it, despite there allegedly being an "animal control officer." The dog is some kind of nigbull mix; I've had to hose it down the driveway with high-pressure bear spray when going out to my car.
Yet another reason we're moving to a small town next month.