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15 hours ago, meatboy said:

news at 6.30 this deleted moron had done it before.

That doesn't surprise me, it would also not surprise me if he does it to a person in the future.

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1 minute ago, Laab Muu said:

That doesn't surprise me, it would also not surprise me if he does it to a person in the future.

 

Well, dogs shouldn't block roads.... 

 

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21 minutes ago, speedtripler said:

 

Well, dogs shouldn't block roads.... 

 

What does that have to do with having respect for other living things? Some people are all take, personally I prefer to not cause suffering to other people or animals if I can avoid doing so. It's just a personal choice.

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30 minutes ago, speedtripler said:

 

Well, dogs shouldn't block roads.... 

 

And the bottom feeder beat goes on ... and on .. 

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12 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Does she claim to be Buddhist? If so and she has no respect for life then it is she who is the fake and needs a bit of re-education..

Thailand has their work cut out for them in terms of truly respecting life.

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Well, at least yhey are allowed to rage over dogs killed.... it does not seem it is always the case when people are killed or arrested :sleep:

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On 7/5/2017 at 6:09 PM, speedtripler said:

Only in Thailand does a dog think it can relax in the middle of a road or in the doorway of a 7/11 and people will go around it.... 

Good Thai people

 

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6 hours ago, Laab Muu said:

What does that have to do with having respect for other living things? Some people are all take, personally I prefer to not cause suffering to other people or animals if I can avoid doing so. It's just a personal choice.

Can Thailand, or other countries having the same problem exists, avoid to eradicate stray and feral dogs?

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7 hours ago, Laab Muu said:

What does that have to do with having respect for other living things? Some people are all take, personally I prefer to not cause suffering to other people or animals if I can avoid doing so. It's just a personal choice.

Are you a vegetarian or a hypocrite?

It's just a personal choice, you know.

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8 hours ago, Laab Muu said:

That doesn't surprise me, it would also not surprise me if he does it to a person in the future.

Sounds like ME.

 

I recently killed some mosquitos, was happy with the result and therefore now seriously thinking of upgrading to dogs, and one day humans.

As you suggest, it is an unbreakable, undeniable chain of events.

 

Your logic must make it easy to fit in with Thailand.

 

 

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19 hours ago, buick said:

she is a buddhist and she values human life more than a dog's.  it isn't an easy choice for her.  as i said previously, if you swerve to avoid a dog, you risk injuring or killing a human.  most people can't control a car when they are braking and turning the wheel at the same time.

 

are you saying you'd rather a dog live than a human ? (and when i say 'human', i mean you or whoever else is riding in the same car as you)

dont you think that a dog who,eats,sleeps,gives you love and efection,oh and will put his or her life to safegard yours is a family member or is it that you and your wife only love YOURSELVES.

i wouldnt have to think twice who i value and its not you pair.

meatboy love me love my dog.

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On 7/5/2017 at 11:51 PM, pon2007 said:

Another scvmbag behind the wheel.

Studies shows people who torture and kill animals, start with animals, before moving on to maim and kill people.

Those who bash the animal, are too ignorant to understand, that the soi dog issue started with idiot/irresponsible/selfish people who put their pets on the streets to fend for themselves and corrupt/inefficient government , who does not do a thing to eliminate this problem. Blame people, before blaming a pet. People suppose to have reasoning, plan for future, be responsible and have compassion, but most act like selfish jerks.

For the bashers, maybe the day will come when your toddler or parents stumble on the street and this maniac races through the soi. Then I bet you change your standpoint.

 

tell the abattoir  worker that then

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On 7/6/2017 at 8:06 PM, Bangkok Barry said:

My sister-in-law was knocked off a bike by a dog that ran out from a garden (in the countryside, so no fence of any kind). She broke her neck and died a couple of hours later. No-one accepted responsibility for the dog being theirs. Despite that, I stand by what I wrote before, that this driver quite deliberately killed the dog, who was doing nothing more than sitting. A honk or moving slowly towards it would have shifted it, something my wife has done many times. It isn't that hard. The driver had absolutely no reason to do what he did and no reasonable person would act that way, deliberately targeting a defenseless animal. Anyone who says otherwise isn't fit to be called a human being.

youre crazier than I imagined then, I dont mind if u think I aint human, in fact i couldnt give a gnats  fart

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20 hours ago, buick said:

 

or c) the driver expected the dog to move (most dogs do move) and when it didn't, the driver did the proper thing by continuing to drive through the hazard.

unfortunately though as nearly all Thais stop and go round them the dog "learns" this behaviour and then doesnt move,doubly stupid

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