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Love anime, cosplay, martial arts, scuba diving, horticulture, gaming and reading.
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|#26 - I'm really not a fan of the "tsk" and jabbing finger…||10 hours ago on Cesar Millan proper madman||+1|
|#21 - Yeah, not a huge fan of 'dominance' training. That dog bit hi… [+] (9 new replies)||11 hours ago on Cesar Millan proper madman||-3|
#56 - BerryLicious (8 hours ago) [-]
Good call. Victoria is one of the best dog trainers out there; her methods are the mostsustainable and effective, and they result in having a well behaved dog and a much better relationship
Don't know why you got thumbed down, she's a much better trainer than that aggressive phoney caesar.
#25 - sirzevit (10 hours ago) [-]
Except Ceaser does things like that as well. Theres a way to establish dominance without abusing the animal and it seems like thats what he does. I watched a lot of his stuff after I saw this and I honeslty dont understand why people are so furious with the guy. He seems to do everything correctly
#45 - thechosentroll (9 hours ago) [-]
If he'd kicked it and then it bit him, it'd be abuse.
It bit him and then he kicked it. It's self-defense. Pretty much anyone would react the same way. You ever been bitten by a dog? Not a pleasant experience. Those fuckers can completely shred your arm if you don't get them off.
|#12 - Maybe there's' really 12 kids but they're only showing the fou…||19 hours ago on Got Any *TRIGGERED* Pics?||0|
|#11 - It surprises me none of the other parents said or did anything... [+] (13 new replies)||06/29/2015 on Parents pay attention||+15|
#19 - Rascal (06/29/2015) [-]
Other peoples kids are not their concern, and if he kidnaps someone elses kid, their kid is safe.
#32 - shieeetposter (06/29/2015) [-]
Reminds of that greentext where this guy was picking up his kid but she didn't want to go. So a crowd of retards and SJWs pepper sprayed him and beat him up and took the child from him, apparantly "saving" her even though she was crying "DADDY"! It was one of my least favorite stories because his wife was a bitch about it.
#64 - shieeetposter (06/29/2015) [-]
If you need to narrow it down further, I'm pretty sure I found it in one of those 4chan comps this guy used to make. Pretty sure he had an SJW edition. If you don't find what you're looking for I'm sure you'll be satisfied anyway, a lot of those stories include justice.
|#13 - It also provides a lot of medical and legal rights to spouses …||06/27/2015 on I'm going to get a lot of...||0|
|#27 - Throwing in my favorite cheap, easy meal - Chicken Soup: B…||06/22/2015 on Actual poor student cookbook||0|
|#7 - Got to love a man that cosplays. That was one of the big thing…||06/21/2015 on cosplay men||0|
|#12 - Rubber Plant - Ficus elastica. Be careful if you have a pet th… [+] (1 new reply)||06/15/2015 on Help!!!||+5|
|#28 - Actually, I'm pretty solid on my catnip facts. Catnip has a v…||06/09/2015 on Catnip||-1|
|#15 - Nothing. Just pointing out that Nepeta cataria is a short, lob… [+] (2 new replies)||06/09/2015 on Catnip||-4|
#28 - CosplayNinja (06/09/2015) [-]
Actually, I'm pretty solid on my catnip facts. Catnip has a very soft, light green leaf that is slightly fuzzy and is not so heavily veined that it will fold over on itself. It also generally stays below 30" tall, has more of a spreading habit (being in the mint family). Woody stems are only found near the ground as the plant is likely to fall over from lightweight herbaceous stems. If you look closely at the picture (which you must have if you spent that long photoshopping a picture of catnip for an internet argument), you'll notice the plant has dark, shiny leaves, a thick stem and that the tallest stem is about 4' tall. This plant looks more like a tropical shrub (not my area of study, but the bare concrete wall and the type of tree bark in the background suggest this location is tropical.
(Sources: Bachelors of science in horticulture technology, 15 years in the horticulture field and I currently work at a botanical garden, where I (you guessed it!) work with many plants in the lamiaceae family, including dead nettles, catmint (not the same thing as catnip but really pretty in a landscape setting), russian sage, lambs ears, ect. Lamiaceae is a huge family, just roll the stems between your fingers - if it has a square stem, it's related to mint!.)
So how about you check your fucking facts before you argue.