tedcruzsgreasytaint
tedcruzsgreasytaint
tedcruzsgreasytaint
Sep 12 2016
4

I’ll do you one better. If you’re bitten by someone’s dog, DEMAND their contact information, or contact the police. If they book it, get a photo on your phone and then ask around the neighborhood. Read more

Sep 12 2016
23

Yeah, I think that pit bulls are unfairly maligned in the sense that we shouldn’t blame the dogs themselves (anymore than we should, say, blame a bulldog or pug for their breathing difficulties). However, I will note that pit bulls seem to attract, let’s say, a certain kind of unsavory dog owner. I’ve known good, Read more

Sep 12 2016
15

And of course, pitbull apologists will gloss over the fact that 82% of dog bite deaths from last year are from that misunderstood, and overly-blamed breed. Every dog attack from one of them is always because of extenuating factors....the owner didn’t know how to care for them, the victim did something to make the Read more

Sep 12 2016
13

A jacketed hollowpoint will stop a dog in its tracks. That’s my practice and my recommendation.