“Blame the owner, not the breed. Any dog can be aggressive, from the smallest Chihuahua to the biggest Irish Wolfhound . Let me say that again; ANY dog can be aggressive. A dog will only ever be as good as the person who owns it.”
Yotie72 on Sep 19, 2013 at 19:48:32
“Aggression is not the issue. Bite frequency is not the issue. The amount of damage the bites cause is the issue. Fatality rates are the issue. The smallest Chihuahua will not get you a helicopter ride. This is why you don't see Chihuahua owners owners banding together to insist their breed is safe.”
T E E on Sep 19, 2013 at 14:59:26
“Just like people, even the most well-trained and good-natured dogs come unhinged. It doesn't take a bad owner for a dog to bite, and not only bad dogs bite. And unlike that smallest Chihuahua, when a pit bites it can kill. That's not to say that breed-specific bans are the way to go for cities or communities at large... but the fact that many 'aggressive' breed owners are so cavalier about their dogs is concerning.”
“110% agreed! I started vaping over two years ago and I haven't looked back since. I feel that my health has improved since I made the switch. I no longer have chronic bronchitis or sinus infections, it's easier for me to breathe, and I started working out again.
Vaping costs much less than smoking ever did. My fiance and I were both smokers and spent around $300/month on cigarettes. Now we spend less than $30/month on vaping supplies, and I make all of our E-juice. We credit vaping with saving our lives and our wallets!”
May 14, 2013 at 10:24:38
“She isn't messing up anything. She made a difficult decision so she could prevent a horrible disease. Letting other women know is what I consider to be a show of support. What I find odd is your comment to this article.”
crezyoz on May 14, 2013 at 10:26:52
“A horrible disease she didn't have. Now I never thought she was the brightest bulb in the pack but she's rich enough to afford the best care. So I find this odd.
So now we're going to have women marching in to their doctors requesting a double mastectomy that don't have cancer? sweet.”
“I'd love to see his "reems" of studies, but they're probably done by "doctors" who also had a hard time spelling that same word. I'd also be interested in meeting one person who can say that he/she learned to be gay, and finding out the supposed "affects" that the gay "lifestyle" would have on me. I've been around a lot of LGBT people and the only effects that I've seen have been wonderful friendships and fun times.
Hate, bigotry, and homophobia are learned. His family must be so proud.”
rreggaeredkc on Apr 1, 2013 at 16:51:57
“Actually more and more physicians are accepting the fact that there are heterosexuals and homosexuals and all need medical care. They know people are born this way. Like you, I have gay and lesbian friends and some of them have been together 30+ years. They pay bills the same way I do. They work like I do. They grocery shop like I do. They sit together in the kitchen and eat dinner (supper) just like I do. I don't care who sleeps where. I don't care what happens in their bedroom or your bedroom or anyone else's bedroom. It's none of my business. Thanks for your comment Womanofheart. You are a wise woman.”
“I have never liked brussel sprouts and doubt that I ever will. Everything else on the list is absolutely yummy!”
RationalCaliGirl on Jan 21, 2013 at 18:40:38
“I hated them for years until I saw Aaron McCargo Jr, on the Food Network, remove the bitter core before cooking them. I tried it for Thanksgiving dinner and the entire family, who hated them as well, loved them and request them now.”
lb333 on Jan 21, 2013 at 17:45:51
“aw...I never liked them either, until I had them uber fresh in California. And then very fresh on the East Coast, oven roasted with olive oil and a good douse of sea salt! please try them one more time!”
“"One of the things that I hope we don’t want to see from the federal government is a knee-jerk reaction from Washington, D.C., when there is an event that occurs, that they can come in and think they know the answer,”
And a knee-jerk response from you and the State of Texas is more desirable? Face it, RP. Even you don't know the answer. Go ahead. Arm your teachers and then deal with the backlash when one of those teachers kills a student or another teacher either due to cross-fire or an accidental weapons discharge. Let's not forget the possibility that a teacher might go nuts and start a shooting spree.”