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#30 - What's the original game she says this for?  [+] (2 replies) 23 hours ago on The Extra-Male Fantasy +1
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#32 - furiousmarshmellow (23 hours ago) [-]
Wheeley Steely Automobiley Five
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#33 - burgermeatt (23 hours ago) [-]
Ahh, thank you!
#289 - Sure in hindsight you could do that, but there has to be some …  [+] (2 replies) 09/17/2016 on #DogLivesMatter 0
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#291 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
They were told the second they heard the damn dog.

Even holding the door partially closed would do the trick.
Hindsight, hindsight, when you a PO PO you need foresight.

Those coppers were shit at that, and now the entire police force has a bad name.
That sure made their work easier.
Job well done.
High five.
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#292 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I don't know what kind of people live in America to require policemen to be basically prison wardens and administrators of death instead of protectors of the people.
#286 - Dude.. you can even tell that door wasn't going to close, i've…  [+] (4 replies) 09/17/2016 on #DogLivesMatter 0
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#287 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I would, because I've been around dogs, and know their lingo. Gun drawn, of course, if bastard jumped me, blast its fucking head off, no question.

But before that, i'd probably close the door. You know, to avoid unnecessary violence, prevent injury, you know, cop stuff.
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#289 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Sure in hindsight you could do that, but there has to be some expectation of
"Police are here, i have a big dog, i don't tell them about said dog, dog barks, dog gets out, dogs gets shot, police are bad guys"
I'm sure they'd be understanding if they were told.

The cops tries to deal with the dogs, i.e. telling it to get back and holding the baton as a deterrent, shooting it if none of the above work. that was there way to prevent injury.
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#291 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
They were told the second they heard the damn dog.

Even holding the door partially closed would do the trick.
Hindsight, hindsight, when you a PO PO you need foresight.

Those coppers were shit at that, and now the entire police force has a bad name.
That sure made their work easier.
Job well done.
High five.
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#292 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I don't know what kind of people live in America to require policemen to be basically prison wardens and administrators of death instead of protectors of the people.
#281 - Neither am i, sure they could have. But they expect the owner …  [+] (6 replies) 09/17/2016 on #DogLivesMatter 0
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#283 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Excellent decision on the cops side, now theres a dead dog, lots of stink for the police, potential lawsuits, job well fucking done. Defo made the work of other officers easier. Yup.
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#286 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Dude.. you can even tell that door wasn't going to close, i've watched the video a decent few times, even if he didn't push it open a little more it would have swung back open and the dog would have still got out.
The owner should have dealt with her dog first.

Even if it wasn't cops showing up, the cops showed no aggression at all and calmly talked to her, anybody could have rolled up to that house and had the dog do the same thing to them.

You can tell from that video that everything was fine. Dog doesn't obey commands, dog goes to lunge at cop. Dog dies.

You never answered my question, are you going to stand there and let a dog lunge at you like that? It's growling and barking at him and walks right past officer #1 and straight to #2. It certainly doesn't look friendly.
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#287 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I would, because I've been around dogs, and know their lingo. Gun drawn, of course, if bastard jumped me, blast its fucking head off, no question.

But before that, i'd probably close the door. You know, to avoid unnecessary violence, prevent injury, you know, cop stuff.
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#289 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Sure in hindsight you could do that, but there has to be some expectation of
"Police are here, i have a big dog, i don't tell them about said dog, dog barks, dog gets out, dogs gets shot, police are bad guys"
I'm sure they'd be understanding if they were told.

The cops tries to deal with the dogs, i.e. telling it to get back and holding the baton as a deterrent, shooting it if none of the above work. that was there way to prevent injury.
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#291 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
They were told the second they heard the damn dog.

Even holding the door partially closed would do the trick.
Hindsight, hindsight, when you a PO PO you need foresight.

Those coppers were shit at that, and now the entire police force has a bad name.
That sure made their work easier.
Job well done.
High five.
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#292 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I don't know what kind of people live in America to require policemen to be basically prison wardens and administrators of death instead of protectors of the people.
#276 - I'm not surprised the cop pushed open the door, you'd want to …  [+] (8 replies) 09/17/2016 on #DogLivesMatter 0
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#277 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Well I'm no well trained 'offiser' of American law, but when I hear a potentially dangerous dog I shut any door between me and the dog.

Everything you wrote is damage control on a bad decision on the cops side.
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#281 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Neither am i, sure they could have. But they expect the owner to have the dog under control, the dog was no obedient to any sort of command. The police are there to question or talk to whoever they wanted to talk to. They have guns/tools to put out a dangerous situation which they did.

It's not a bad decision, the cop wants to see what's going on inside the house, he never entered the house as he didn't have a warrant (Although i don't know the entire situation).
The dog showed aggression, they put it down. The damage control is warranted here.

That door wasn't going to shut, she never pushed it fully closed and more then likely would have swung back open a little bit as most doors do, the dog doesn't need much room to squeeze through if it wanted to.
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#283 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Excellent decision on the cops side, now theres a dead dog, lots of stink for the police, potential lawsuits, job well fucking done. Defo made the work of other officers easier. Yup.
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#286 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Dude.. you can even tell that door wasn't going to close, i've watched the video a decent few times, even if he didn't push it open a little more it would have swung back open and the dog would have still got out.
The owner should have dealt with her dog first.

Even if it wasn't cops showing up, the cops showed no aggression at all and calmly talked to her, anybody could have rolled up to that house and had the dog do the same thing to them.

You can tell from that video that everything was fine. Dog doesn't obey commands, dog goes to lunge at cop. Dog dies.

You never answered my question, are you going to stand there and let a dog lunge at you like that? It's growling and barking at him and walks right past officer #1 and straight to #2. It certainly doesn't look friendly.
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#287 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I would, because I've been around dogs, and know their lingo. Gun drawn, of course, if bastard jumped me, blast its fucking head off, no question.

But before that, i'd probably close the door. You know, to avoid unnecessary violence, prevent injury, you know, cop stuff.
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#289 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Sure in hindsight you could do that, but there has to be some expectation of
"Police are here, i have a big dog, i don't tell them about said dog, dog barks, dog gets out, dogs gets shot, police are bad guys"
I'm sure they'd be understanding if they were told.

The cops tries to deal with the dogs, i.e. telling it to get back and holding the baton as a deterrent, shooting it if none of the above work. that was there way to prevent injury.
User avatar
#291 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
They were told the second they heard the damn dog.

Even holding the door partially closed would do the trick.
Hindsight, hindsight, when you a PO PO you need foresight.

Those coppers were shit at that, and now the entire police force has a bad name.
That sure made their work easier.
Job well done.
High five.
User avatar
#292 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I don't know what kind of people live in America to require policemen to be basically prison wardens and administrators of death instead of protectors of the people.
#75 - Dog barking, starts growling. Cops have every right to sho…  [+] (10 replies) 09/16/2016 on #DogLivesMatter 0
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#268 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Owner tried to shut the door, cop kept it open because he was lazy and didnt want to go through the hassle of getting a warrant in case owner locked the door.

Dog got killed through negligence or person who should have been prepared for being on top of the situation.

How is the cop in the right?
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#276 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
I'm not surprised the cop pushed open the door, you'd want to see what's going on inside the house incase that person tries to run or something or other.

The dog was killed because he was going to attack officer #2. You can't stay ontop of a situation when it comes to a dog, they're unpredictable. In the video the dog wasn't obeying the owners commands, she could have said stop a million times and it wouldn't have made the dog stop, that dog went right past the first cop and you can see it jump just a little as the cop shoots it. You can't prepare for a situation with a dog, the dog is never going to listen to a stranger, especially if it didn't listen to it's owner.

In that situation the cop stayed ontop of it by shooting the dog, there was literally no other choice.
Sure you could say he wouldn't have closed the door, but possibly the door could have swung back open just a little giving enough room for the dog to jump out. There could have been a million other things that could have happened even if the door wasn't touched by the officer.

If you were in that situation are you telling me you'd have not shot that dog? a dog barking loudly, growling and going towards you as you back away from it? You're going to stand there and let it lunge at you?

Sure there is a chance that the dog might not have done anything, but you can't run the risk, the police don't know your animal like you do, they don't know whether it just barks because it wants attention, whether he's just gonna sniff you or what.

Lets say he doesn't shoot the dog, the dog chomps on his leg, he's screaming in pain and can't shake the dog off, his partner then shoots the dog or the officer on the ground shoots the dog. He goes to hospital and could be out of work for weeks, maybe he's only out for a day or two.

There's just too much risk involved in not shooting the dog, yes it does suck and the owner is going to be distraught, but she could have immediately told them she has a dog and needs to put him away first or something alike.
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#277 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Well I'm no well trained 'offiser' of American law, but when I hear a potentially dangerous dog I shut any door between me and the dog.

Everything you wrote is damage control on a bad decision on the cops side.
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#281 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Neither am i, sure they could have. But they expect the owner to have the dog under control, the dog was no obedient to any sort of command. The police are there to question or talk to whoever they wanted to talk to. They have guns/tools to put out a dangerous situation which they did.

It's not a bad decision, the cop wants to see what's going on inside the house, he never entered the house as he didn't have a warrant (Although i don't know the entire situation).
The dog showed aggression, they put it down. The damage control is warranted here.

That door wasn't going to shut, she never pushed it fully closed and more then likely would have swung back open a little bit as most doors do, the dog doesn't need much room to squeeze through if it wanted to.
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#283 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
Excellent decision on the cops side, now theres a dead dog, lots of stink for the police, potential lawsuits, job well fucking done. Defo made the work of other officers easier. Yup.
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#286 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Dude.. you can even tell that door wasn't going to close, i've watched the video a decent few times, even if he didn't push it open a little more it would have swung back open and the dog would have still got out.
The owner should have dealt with her dog first.

Even if it wasn't cops showing up, the cops showed no aggression at all and calmly talked to her, anybody could have rolled up to that house and had the dog do the same thing to them.

You can tell from that video that everything was fine. Dog doesn't obey commands, dog goes to lunge at cop. Dog dies.

You never answered my question, are you going to stand there and let a dog lunge at you like that? It's growling and barking at him and walks right past officer #1 and straight to #2. It certainly doesn't look friendly.
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#287 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I would, because I've been around dogs, and know their lingo. Gun drawn, of course, if bastard jumped me, blast its fucking head off, no question.

But before that, i'd probably close the door. You know, to avoid unnecessary violence, prevent injury, you know, cop stuff.
User avatar
#289 - burgermeatt (09/17/2016) [-]
Sure in hindsight you could do that, but there has to be some expectation of
"Police are here, i have a big dog, i don't tell them about said dog, dog barks, dog gets out, dogs gets shot, police are bad guys"
I'm sure they'd be understanding if they were told.

The cops tries to deal with the dogs, i.e. telling it to get back and holding the baton as a deterrent, shooting it if none of the above work. that was there way to prevent injury.
User avatar
#291 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
They were told the second they heard the damn dog.

Even holding the door partially closed would do the trick.
Hindsight, hindsight, when you a PO PO you need foresight.

Those coppers were shit at that, and now the entire police force has a bad name.
That sure made their work easier.
Job well done.
High five.
User avatar
#292 - zipov (09/17/2016) [-]
I don't know what kind of people live in America to require policemen to be basically prison wardens and administrators of death instead of protectors of the people.
#9 - Beer $1 Glass $2 Seating $5 You already have …  [+] (1 reply) 09/16/2016 on Bars Be Like +16
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#19 - landartheconqueror (09/16/2016) [-]
they'd probably charge you for seating every time, and he could just take away your glass to wash it and make you pay for a new one