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    "A 17-year-old girl who spent weeks looking for her missing dog unwrapped a box left at her house and found the pet's severed head inside, authorities said."

    http://origin.presstelegram.com/news/ci_5448533

    My guess is that the reward is going up.

  • #2
    Try this.

    http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/ ... 1056/COL02


    Local story that happened yesterday. Amazing what some people can do.
    There are no strings on me

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    • #3
      Thank God she's 17 and not 7 because she can probably handle this a little better. But she will never see the world the same again. To know at such a young age that people like this monster exists is a brutal lesson. No parent can prepare their daughter for this but at least she is alive. The 12 year old who was taken, raped and buried alive is gone forever.
      phsstt!

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      • #4
        A couple of weeks ago, someone in Brantford just left a dog at the side of the road in a box with food and it froze to death.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by guru
          Try this.
          A humane society veterinarian who performed an autopsy on the dog concluded he was boiled alive either in water or oil and then skinned,
          The human animal is by far the most savage.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tafnut
            The human animal is by far the most savage.
            Cats are right up there :twisted:

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tafnut
              Originally posted by guru
              Try this.
              A humane society veterinarian who performed an autopsy on the dog concluded he was boiled alive either in water or oil and then skinned,
              The human animal is by far the most savage.
              Yeah i heard that, did ya hear this? Were not only completely unimportant but we are nothin more in universal terms than a small bit of pollution, said the Humanist. :lol:
              phsstt!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                Originally posted by tafnut
                Originally posted by guru
                Try this.
                A humane society veterinarian who performed an autopsy on the dog concluded he was boiled alive either in water or oil and then skinned,
                The human animal is by far the most savage.
                Yeah i heard that, did ya hear this? Were not only completely unimportant but we are nothin more in universal terms than a small bit of pollution, said the Humanist. :lol:
                I tell my students that that are fundamentally no different than a weed that grows in a vacant lot (unless they do something to bring joy to others before themselves, and in that case they are immortal)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tafnut
                  I tell my students that that are fundamentally no different than a weed that grows in a vacant lot (unless they do something to bring joy to others before themselves, and in that case they are immortal)
                  Are you trying to tell us that you whisper that last part?

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                  • #10
                    I tell my students that that are fundamentally no different than a weed that grows in a vacant lot (unless they do something to bring joy to others before themselves, and in that case they are immortal)[/quote]

                    Too late teach. All your students have been treated and worshiped as little cult figures by their overly loving parents long before you get your chance to tell them they're just a bunch of unwanted plants. :P
                    phsstt!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tandfman
                      Originally posted by tafnut
                      I tell my students that that are fundamentally no different than a weed that grows in a vacant lot (unless they do something to bring joy to others before themselves, and in that case they are immortal)
                      Are you trying to tell us that you whisper that last part?
                      Funny you should ask. My English classroom is actually in our Gym building, off by itself, so sometimes I get very loudly histrionic for effect. But when we talk about this kind of existentialism, which actually does come up a lot (Shakespeare was VERY proto-existentialist!), we talk very quietly, to empahasize the seriousness of its import.

                      Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                      Too late teach. All your students have been treated and worshiped as little cult figures by their overly loving parents long before you get your chance to tell them they're just a bunch of unwanted plants. :P
                      I am constantly amazed (and a little scared) by how often parents come to me and tell me how influential I am/was (meaning their teachers in general) in their children's lives. My seniors do a Philosophy Project in the spring (which cures senioritis, cuz they really like delving into that kind of stuff), and they always come back from college to tell me how much it affected their thinking from then on.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by tafnut
                        Originally posted by guru
                        Try this.
                        A humane society veterinarian who performed an autopsy on the dog concluded he was boiled alive either in water or oil and then skinned,
                        The human animal is by far the most savage.
                        I respectfully disagree. If you say "some humans", you have a point. The vast majority of us are pretty decent.
                        "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
                        by Thomas Henry Huxley

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by pego
                          Originally posted by tafnut
                          The human animal is by far the most savage.
                          I respectfully disagree. If you say "some humans", you have a point. The vast majority of us are pretty decent.
                          The human animal is capable by far of being the most savage.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by MJD
                            The human animal is capable by far of being the most savage.
                            That's what tafnut MEANT to say.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tafnut
                              Originally posted by tandfman
                              Originally posted by tafnut
                              I tell my students that that are fundamentally no different than a weed that grows in a vacant lot (unless they do something to bring joy to others before themselves, and in that case they are immortal)
                              Are you trying to tell us that you whisper that last part?
                              Funny you should ask. My English classroom is actually in our Gym building, off by itself, so sometimes I get very loudly histrionic for effect. But when we talk about this kind of existentialism, which actually does come up a lot (Shakespeare was VERY proto-existentialist!), we talk very quietly, to empahasize the seriousness of its import.

                              Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                              Too late teach. All your students have been treated and worshiped as little cult figures by their overly loving parents long before you get your chance to tell them they're just a bunch of unwanted plants. :P
                              I am constantly amazed (and a little scared) by how often parents come to me and tell me how influential I am/was (meaning their teachers in general) in their children's lives. My seniors do a Philosophy Project in the spring (which cures senioritis, cuz they really like delving into that kind of stuff), and they always come back from college to tell me how much it affected their thinking from then on.
                              Didnt mean to imply you could not have a big impact on your students. I just think the fact that mommy and daddy have em for the first 5-6 years is really big stuff.
                              phsstt!

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