Wednesday, July 25, 2012

the pictures are the answer

The QUESTION is: what happens when you don't man up to your "24/7" responsibility, when you allow your pit bulls to fart without permission or what did i do to deserve the wrath of craven desires.

fyi, coyotes and mountain lions do not engage in the wholesale slaughter of herds of sheep, mountain lions and coyotes do not rip off the faces of prey, homicidal maniacs, ie gripping dogs do.


Anonymous said...

This is a bit off-topic but do ACO's not get ANY training? How on earth does this idiot justify threatening to cite the owner of the sheep with cruelty if he shoots his wounded animals? How does the ACO think livestock get farm slaughtered, lethal blue? Bet that'd be tasty.


scurrilous amateur blogger said...

from what i can tell, ACO training comes from one of two sources - police departments and jane berkey.

i am still making me way through all of the comments of the last 24 hours. i had to address andrew's question first. in case my answer was a little too cryptic here it is in simple direct english, i am fed up with the injustice of nutter propaganda, the endless slaughter of the innocent and the bullying of victims.

Rumpelstiltskin said...


Well said! It's an injustice to allow pit nutters to continue to bully people into thinking pit bulls are "nanny dogs", loyal, and "wiggle butts".

I also don't consider the wholesale killing of sheep by pit bulls "predatory behavior", it's beyond that. Not like they're consuming the sheep, they're just massacring them, and enjoying it.

Like I said before, I believe pit nutters enjoy conflict and drama. This is only one of many.

Just recently there was another Darwinesque pit nutter mauling by her own pit bull. Five year old pit bull raised by her since he was a puppy.

Another incident where an animal hospital worker was mauled by a pit bull when a poodle got into a pit bull's kennel. Whoever thinks dog aggression makes pit bulls safe for humans is delusional.

Rumpelstiltskin said...

I'm thinking animal control and sheriffs are pit nutters too.

There is no way the killing of 15 sheep by pit bulls is not a crime. Imagine if you saw someone smashing your car, but when police arrived they said there was nothing they could do because the perpetrator was not in sight, but was hiding in their home and wouldn't come out.

It's absurd to allow the pit owners to get away with this.

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

But, but, but Andrew's advocacy for pit bulls comes from the HEART!

And here's Craven Desires, being so heartless as to show these pictures of dead livestock. I mean, come on. All that Andrew's poor, misunderstood wigglebutt pitties wanted to do was play with them.

Poor Andrew. It's obvious that we don't even give a fart for his excuses.

Rumpelstiltskin said...


Andrew just gives excuses and denial that his pit bulls killed the farm owner's sheep. Then he gloats about "winning" because the farm owner was forced to pay more money out than him because he "lost" his dogs. In reality, his pits were found on the farmer's property near the dead sheep. The only reason Andrew "won" is because the farmer's sheep were already dead thanks to his dumbass pits.

Like I say, I am positive his neighbors hate him, excluding other pit nutters of course.

He claims his pits don't do anything without his permission yet they put puncture wounds on his arms OVER A FRISBEE? Guess that's okay with him. He brags about that too!

april 29 said...

Dawn James said... " I am fed up with the injustice of nutter propaganda, the endless slaughter of the innocent and the bullying of victims."

Rumpelstiltskin said..."Whoever thinks dog aggression makes pit bulls safe for humans is delusional."
"I am positive his neighbors hate him, excluding other pit nutters of course."

YQN said..."Poor Andrew. It's obvious that we don't even give a fart for his excuses."

I am in agreement with all the above statements. Thank you all for your common sense.

Rumpelstiltskin said...

You wonder why people want to shoot pit bulls on sight.

The pits who did this to 15 sheep are still alive, safe, and warm in the pit nutter's home. They are being hidden as long as possible and both sheriffs and animal control say there's nothing they can do.

I suppose if it was a human, the answer would be the same? I recall a pit nutter quote, "It's all in how you raise them."

Garnet said...

Yep, those picture show pit bulls were bred to do. It's pretty gruesome.

Other than dog fighting, pit bulls have been (and are) bred for bull baiting (or as 'catch dogs') or for hog hunting. In those tasks, the dog is supposed to grab the face of an animal that is bigger than it.

Pit bulls were never bred to be nannies or anything like that. They were bred to latch on to other animals. Letting a pit bull escape multiple times is therefore grossly irresponsible. These dogs should be contained in fences that are partly buried underground so they cannot dig out (sort of like the enclosures zoos use for wild predators). The fence also needs to be stupidly tall with a large portion slanted inward so the dog cannot climb out.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

i haven't seen photos of sandor & tizsa's victims and it's not for a lack of trying. i suspect the photos of sandor and tizsa's victims would put to rest the mountain lion/coyote bullshit.

i posted these photos as a reminder of what pit bulls do. i'm sure that rozsa will click away from them and remain in denial but the photos are here for anyone who happens to by. also, one of these sheep ranchers (WALB 10) is in oregon, he was hit TWICE within about a month.

every pit bull advocate who mouths the "it's all how you raise 'em" propaganda directly contributes to this slaughter.

i'm still trying to make my way through the comments, things keep getting in the way.

* ideal pit bull containment is a fence buried 2 ft underground, 8 ft above ground, electrified in the middle with razor wire at the top - just like the prison.

Anonymous said...

an amazed that farmers in this rural area , and in texas, dont have the right to shoot dogs attacking their animals. how can this be ?

Rumpelstiltskin said...

Are you sure those sheep were mauled by pit bulls? I heard there were ladders nearby.

Anonymous said...

It appears that the farmer DOES have the right to shoot attacking animals in TX. Perhaps they ran out unarmed, or weren't aware of this law?

This Texas statute provides that a dog or coyote that is
attacking, is about to attack, or has recently attacked livestock,
domestic animals, or fowls may be killed by any person
witnessing the attack or the attacked animal's owner or a person
acting on behalf of the owner if the owner or person has
knowledge of the attack. A person who kills a dog or coyote as
provided by this section is not liable for damages to the owner,
keeper, or person in control of the dog or coyote.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

rumpletstilskin, you might be on to something here. maybe the coyotes used a ladder. they don't call the coyote The Tickster for nothing.

as for the texas victim, some people don't think it will happen again. they think pit nutters will at least be responsible after the first attack. i can pretty much guarantee that he'll kill those mutants the next time they come back to play. this victim's nutter has only been there for 6 months and already he has been victimized 3 times.

rozsa admits to 4 escapes but denies, there is a very good chance there are other victims.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

here's a couple of fun laws.

It shall be lawful for any person, and the duty of all peace officers within their respective jurisdictions unless such jurisdiction shall have otherwise provided for the seizure and impoundment of dogs, to kill any dog for which a rabies vaccination tag is required, when the dog is not wearing a collar with rabies vaccination tag attached.

It shall be lawful for any person to kill a dog, wearing a collar with a rabies vaccination tag attached, when the dog is caught in the act of chasing, maiming, or killing any domestic animal or fowl, or when such dog is attacking or attempting to bite a person.

these laws should be wide spread.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

oops, i forgot to add, this is iowa.

Anonymous said...

on the surface you would think rosza was a responsible pit owner , certainly compared to many . still this doctor with his money and connections to rescue and dog trainers and access to information on the internet ect,ect,ect ad nauseum, still had his pits escaping and end up taking long dirt-napps.

Anonymous said...

after a mornings digging , fence scaling and sheep killing, a long DIRT-NAPP is just what the doctor ordered ...... DOC CRAVEN .
...... doc andrews presription of love , exercise and freedom , clearly wasnt working . back to the research lab , andy .

Alexandra said...

Reposting an earlier comment here to be sure it gets read:

Snarky, skeptifem, I think whatever anyone thinks about vivisection, we can all agree that this (I have now amateurly concluded) psychopath Rozsa needs to be kept out of any and all positions of power, also any position in which he could be perceived as an authority figure, be it to animals or to human patients. He should probably also never be left alone with children.

Thanks Miss Margo for the cultural info. It will sound politically incorrect, so I won't expand on it, but this tells me much about the complexes this man seems to have. Or at the very least about the expression of said complexes. Hungary is nowadays one of the dogfighting sewer-drains of the EU. So by having pits that kill other animals Rozsa gets both to feel his weeny is bigger AND that he's identifying with his homeland. At least, with the socio/psychopathic parts of that homeland.

Cos ya know, mentally healthy nostalgic-for-home Hungarians choose Pulis, Vizslas or Mudis (all wonderful, social dogs), or if they must have a big bad-looking dog then a Komondor. BTW, if someone's pit kills a sheep in Hungary (or a normal dog, or a horse, or a child), the pit gets summarily shot and the owner has to be glad if he's spared. Dogfighting is a human sewage problem there, but it's gotta be in the ring or otherwise the shit-bull dies, sometimes the owner too, no court involvement, just the community taking care of a problem -- like we used to here (= USA) back some thirty years ago.

Mr. Psycho-Hungarian Macho-Man wouldn't survive long in his country of origin, I think.

Can we maybe send him back there instead of arguing with him here?
I notice that now we're pinpointing Rozsa's psychological disorders instead of arguing pit-points with him, he's disappeared.


Anonymous said...

doctor andy thinks we're cravens ass-holes.....we dont mince words or sheep obtw, my dog looks like a sheep but hes no "wolf in sheeps clothing " i dont need chain link or an alibi or any phony excuses involving rigor mortis. my dog doesnt need me to go to court.

Anonymous said...

also , after playing frisbee theres no blood to wash off or photograph and post on facebook. no burst ligaments either very handy to have a dog that can jump a bit. over fences ect . climb ladders, kill big farm animals ect. ahhhhh pitters can be so much fun!!!!

Anonymous said...

" dogfighting is a human sewage problem there"

fightingdogs are a human sewage problem here.

Anonymous said...

im all for : community involvement re mutants on the loose. shoot , shit and shut up. works like a charm and far better than arguing with fucktards.

Packhorse said...

These photos are nightmarish. Imagine what these animals' last moments were like. How much they suffered.

Please show these photos to any animal lovers who may be tempted to be drawn into the pit lobby's lies.

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

There's a very good book about psychopaths in the workplace. Especially those who are in positions of power. It's called Snakes in Suit. I highly recommend it.

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

Oops. My bad. The book title is Snakes in Suits. Plural on the last word.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

excellent reading list you have there. i would add:
the mask of sanity - cleckley
unmasking the psychopath - reid
the psychopath emotion and the brain - blair
the psychopathic mind - meloy
women who love psychopaths - brown
violent attachments - meloy

snarky, you are really on fire lately...
"doctor andy thinks we're cravens ass-holes.....we dont mince words or sheep i dont need chain link or an alibi or any phony excuses involving rigor mortis. my dog doesnt need me to go to court."

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

maybe the nimble bear killed the sheep?

april 29 said...

Loved the bear video!

Rumpelstiltskin said...

Yes, that was a cute video. The only thing that concerns me is the ladder shown in the video. According to some pit nutters, Darla Napora was mauled by her own ladder.

The ladder being used by the bear cubs might trigger the ladder to maul a bear cub to death. I would have never known this if it wasn't for the insight of the pit nutters who determined a ladder killed Darla Napora and not her own pitbull, Gunner.

Anonymous said...

i hear im only one of cravens ass-holes.

but , butt:
i want to be a pimple on a mulatoo crack-whores ass-hole too.

Jennifer said...

I happened across your blog today and have read some of it. Dogs killing livestock is a heartfelt subject for me.

Quote "fyi, coyotes and mountain lions do not engage in the wholesale slaughter of herds of sheep, mountain lions and coyotes do not rip off the faces of prey, homicidal maniacs, ie gripping dogs do."

I could not agree with this more. I have raised goats for going on 10 years and have talked with many other goat breeders over those years. We all know the biggest threat to our beloved animals is dogs, not coyotes or wild predators. Look if you find your goat or sheep up in a tree, a mountain lion probably did it. If you have your youngest and most vulnerable lambs disappear one at a time without a trace you might have a coyote problem however if your entire herd is massacred and not eaten in a matter of hours or less you can bet your bottom dollar it was domestic dogs.

My biggest gripe is dog owners that cry animal cruelty if their dog gets shot by some farmer just trying to protect his livestock. Every ignorant person who says this should have to look at the pictures of these sheep or those poor alpacas. Now THAT is animal cruelty. Why do they not think these gentle sheep, goats, horses and alpacas feel pain the same as a dog or cat I will never figure out but until owners are held liable it will never stop. Thank you for helping to educate people and spread the word that many loving family dogs are livestock killers when allowed to roam free.