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- He is, but it doesn't fit in with the FJ anti-EU mentality
i have the higher ground
- Do you have dyslexia, friend?
- Yeah, it was more of an extreme to highlight what I found prog…
- You can't buy an automatic rifle, you can buy s handgun. You s…
- You go on like that and i might just maul your child.
Then tell your fucking countrymen to shut the fuck up.
Do you have dyslexia, friend?
- Fair arguments, still the same could be said for a grizzly. Of…
While I respect your opinion, I have to counter your grizzly bear argument. A 'tamed' wild animal with no domestication is nothing like an animal that has been selectively bread and domesticated for decades. Even fighting dogs are trained to be very people friendly, otherwise how would their handler control them? The ones who are people aggressive are most often the ones who were abused, beaten, and starved to make them that way and many reported cases of fatal maulings by a pitbull are the result of the abused animals getting loose and mauling their abuser.
I'd say a better solution would be to restrict ownership only to pet owners who are responsible seeing as pibbles aren't a 'beginner level' dog to have in the first place, but this is a difficult solution for many governments who instead choose to totally ban certain breeds. It's not fair or right, but it's cheap and easy.
Yeah, it was more of an extreme to highlight what I found progremmatic. I agree the best solution would be to have a good controll of who got to own the dogs, but since as you say that is very difficult to enforce the two options we have is either ban them as a breed with the colleteral damage that would cause the actually responsible owners or don't ban them and risk a strong, potentially dangerous animal owned by an abusive/inexperienced/irresponsible owner with the outcome we see in statistics.
- Is it OK if I advocate "I don't like these statistics, ax…
>dog that originally was known for being extremely good with children gets a reputation for being tough
>As a result of there reputation for being good at killing people started to breed and use them to kill people
>Suddenly the amount of deaths caused by a dog everyone uses to kill people rises exponentially
Well golly gee Sherlock looks like I solved the case of why pitbulls cause more deaths than most dogs
Could we get a source on those stats?
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