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|#103 - THey are not intelligent as us. THey are self aware and consci…||02/21/2014 on At the same location||+4|
|#15 - then why did you post this? [+] (4 new replies)||02/20/2014 on At the same location||+3|
|#13 - also stop acting like a dog is such less of a being than a hum… [+] (21 new replies)||02/20/2014 on At the same location||+163|
#207 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
#160 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
Of course a dog is less than a human being.
Are you seriously comparing the importance of dogs to humans? You'd toss a coin on the decision of having to save a human or a dog?
I am not saying that animals shouldn't be treated with care and respect, just because they aren't humans, but to compare humans and dogs is silly. What are you basing your judgment on? The fact that both humans and dogs are living beings? Where do you draw the line though? Insects are living beings as well. If you say humans are worth more than insects, then surely, the same logic should also lead you to the conclusion that humans are also more valuable than dogs.
#93 - lamarisagoodname (02/21/2014) [-]
hercules beetle is stronger than an ant too.
#153 - rdobet (02/21/2014) [-]
Jeez it was a joke man, I was just pointing out how dumb it was to measure a dog's worth by some arbitrary standard about 2 other animals even have chances of passing.
I figured less people would understand the joke. also Hercules Beetle Tier lifting is kind of a mouthful.
#129 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
also remember the square-cube law, all animals at that size have similar lifting and mobility capabilities, even mammals
|#12 - To all the ******* saying that a child leash is b… [+] (43 new replies)||02/20/2014 on At the same location||+242|
#200 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
funny how you say OP doesn't understand the stress parents have for their children due to their love for them, but at the same time you say children are not worth any more than dogs...
#196 - mrmegot (02/21/2014) [-]
40 years ago my grandparents already do that to some of their children in some situations. because when there truely is a lot of people in a place where you have to hurry and your child is some kind of hyperactive shit you have to check 100% of the time it's sometimes safer to have this
#183 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
You could always use a GPS tracker...
#180 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
I wasn't raised with a leash, my parents weren't, theirs weren't, none of my friends were...
Watch your damn kids. Barring an honest medical or other necessity (and I can't well imagine what that would be), leashes are an excuse to not have to be a fully alert parent.
#124 - tpman (02/21/2014) [-]
isn't the most important thing as a parent, to explore the whole world anew while you guard and protect your child ?
Take a break from what you think is important, and join your child on exploring and guide them. No matter how boring it's for you, it will be the best time for them.
#175 - nustix (02/21/2014) [-]
How is holding hands different from a leash? The only difference is the fact that while holding hands losing a child is easier. I have absolutely no trouble with my parents having used a leash on me. Sometimes it's necessary for kids. My parents are ok with everything I do kids always wanted to come over to my house because my parents allowed everything the fact was just that when I was 2 I had the habit of running away.
#179 - tpman (02/21/2014) [-]
How can you not see the difference in holding a leash and holding hands?
are parents scared of physical contact with their children? Holding hands gives children comfort and they can feel your presence.
a leash is as much as dangerous since they actually can run away from you . maybe only some meters but that's enough for a kid to get into a bad situation.
only good thing about a leash is that you can walk and don't give a damn what your child does because you have a leash so you don't have to look. that's a comfort for you, not for your child.
and if someone or something get caught in the leash (perhaps a bike) then your child would not be able to stand his/hers ground and fall or be torn away .
there is no fact saying that leashes are more safe.
Stay with your child. you are the one to make sure her surroundings are okay. not a leash.
#197 - nustix (02/21/2014) [-]
When my mother was pregnant of my little sister she went to the hospital and had to take me with her, when she put me on the ground and locked her bike I ran infront of a taxi luckily it stopped but such things can happen with little children you can't hold you hand 24/7 and every chance some kids get they will run away. But yeah I guess you can speak for all parents.
#205 - tpman (02/21/2014) [-]
That's unfortunate and thank god nothing happened. as i see your point that a leash could help in this particular event, since your mom was pregnant and immobile (therefor couldn't quickly act) .
But it could have been avoided with other methods than a leash.
a Kid tends to run away if he/she is bored, finds something interesting. and if they've been teached to run as they like because they are on a leash, then suddenly this happens where the kid isn't, and runs in front of a car.
i don't blame your mother at all, not even the slightest bit. everyone makes mistakes, and yes a leash could have helped. but checking your surroundings before letting go of your child could also have helped. unless the hospital is in front of a highway. then i wouldn't even let my kid touch the ground . i would carry her and keep the bike unlocked until we are inside.
#56 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
found the guy who puts his kid on a leash
#47 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
Natural selection. Let the natural course take its way, maybe mother nature wants you to stop propagating your genes
#44 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
i loved being on a leash as a child. it meant i could run around and i wouldn't have to put up with my nana telling me not to run off. also i could pull her to make her go faster
#43 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
Its really not that hard keeping track of your damn kids. Don't be a lazy parent and take responsibility for your kids. My parents did a find job looking after me and I did a good job of not running off and being a little shit. You don't need a fucking leash for you kid you just need an attention span of more than 5 seconds.
#19 - matmans (02/20/2014) [-]
I am not a parent thank god but I work with kids at a sort of daycare / scouts thing and have a related story to losing a kid.
One time during the summer we had these 3 days where the kids came the full day, normally they only come from 2pm to 5pm. One girl who was there with 3 of her sisters, got into a fight with her sisters and didn't want to say inside anymore. We took her outside and talked to her. They left her with me and I let her play on the playgrond It has a swing, slide, sand box, fake pirate ship, etc. The advantage of it being in the middle of the city . After a few min she went to the toilet and didn't return. I freaked the fuck out, alarmed all other leaders and we started a massive search. 20 min later we still hadn't found her and my boss was getting mad at me. 40 sec later we found her, 5 m away, playing the playground with other kids on the slide. She just decided to ignore our calls for her.
On from that day on I learned something. I fucking hate kids with a burning passion that I can not describe.
#173 - nustix (02/21/2014) [-]
My parents used to have a leash because I was a horrible child, trust me. But I'm really happy with my parents they let me do anything but I just ran away constantly and almost got hit by a taxi once. I don't know any other parent which thaught their kids the same values with the same amount of freedom I have.
#26 - 2scared2login (02/20/2014) [-]
oh man as a parent you must know the best way to care for children. Your way or it's done wrong right?
#133 - phinkles (02/21/2014) [-]
Who said that that guy "needs" the leash to keep track of his kid? He could be the best father in the world for all we know. We have no context for this picture other than that he has a leash attached to his daughter's backpack/belt.
It's just a tool that lets the kid walk on her own while the parent knows exactly where she is. You know, better safe than sorry.
#130 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
but clearly this has nothing to do with the child
#58 - lyiat (02/21/2014) [-]
It has nothing to do with restraints and everything to do with making sure someone doesn't make off with your fucking kid when your back is turned. It provides the child with some freedom to roam around instead of having to be held by the hand while still keeping them fucking safe, you moron.
#31 - imakejewburgers (02/21/2014) [-]
Little kids aren't that easy to control. They wander and change focus, it's like their fucking job, you can be the greatest parent to ever grace the earth and your three year old is still going to be perfectly happy to ignore you and run off. And it's not like the leash is a straight jacket. It doesn't restrict their body movements, just how far away they can move. It's literally the exact same thing as making your kid hold your hand as you walk.
#146 - 2scared2login (02/21/2014) [-]
Your tears are delicious. You're so upset at this, it makes me feel pretty good. Anon to spite you even more.
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