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bulldog said...

After watching the video I have a new opinion about the role the police had in this. The cop car that was getting chewed on could have left several times and didn't. Did anyone really pay attention to the dog, he was playing not attacking. Go back and watch it again, don't take my word for it. His tail is up and wagging and the barks that you hear are happy barks. A dog attacking doesn't sound that way. Have you ever played tug a war with a dog? You have one end of the rope and he has the other. What happens next, you pull and he pulls and back and forth you go. What did the cop do? He pulled and pushed back and forth with the dog just like a game. Those dogs were only having fun and the damage could have been less if the police had handled the situation correctly. I bet any of the officers could have got out and called the dogs they would have stopped. That is what I would have done. Let me guess, you are thinking yeah right. I bet you would have got out. And I say that people are just afraid of a big dog for no reason in most cases. I have a 225 lb rottweiler so I get to see first hand how uneducated most people are about big dogs. To many people have little yapper ankle bitter dogs. You would think the police would be able to tell the difference between a mad attacking dog and a dog just having a good time. This whole mess is more the cops fault than the dog. I hope at the least the cop is getting dog biscuits and chew toys at work and maybe a bark or two when he walks by. What a shame.

March 26, 2010 at 1:53 p.m.
bulldog said...

I fully agree with shootinfromthehip's remark. To me Bea's is the best place to eat in the area. Matter a fact, I don't even know of a better place if your are looking for good quality country cooking. I have been eating there for over thirty years myself and will keep going as long as I am able to go. I've watched Doug and Mike's kids grow up and been around them quite a bit. They all are great people. Bea's is a great place for a family to go and just relax. They don't have to act like they care about their customers, they do care and it shows. I guess if you want "ok": food and "ok" service maybe you shouldn't go there. I have never been not even one time that the food or the service wasn't up to par. Going to Bea's is just like being with family. Happy anniversary, happy to be a customer and proud to be your friend.

February 19, 2010 at 8:35 a.m.
bulldog said...

Who rights this crap? Oh, a gun hater who doesn't get the facts about what the truth is they just hear the word gun and it has to be a bad thing. The truth is that the majority of the people who have carry permits are very proud to have them and wouldn't risk losing them by doing something stupid. Guess what, a criminal doesn't care if it is legal to carry a gun or not. They will carry them anyway, there criminals. I think permit holders should be able to carry any where they want to. Any restriction that is placed on where permited citizen's can't carry is just one more place that the criminals have an advantage over us. The gun hater's need to remember why this country was founded for in the first place, freedom from a stupid goverment and it's control over private citizen. And don't forget that regular armed citizen's are the very ones that defended our freedom and were willing to give their lives to protect it. We don't need right's taken away from us, we need to keep and protect the ones that our founding father's died far so that we could have a better place to live in. Wake up people, permitted carriers are not the problem. The problem remains the same as it always have been, criminal's and the crime that they commit. I'm not a criminal, are you? Think about that, if you're not a criminal why should you need a restriction on what you can do.

January 15, 2010 at 10:19 a.m.

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