Silence of the lambs, pt. two

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Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by Cass » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 04:09:47



Not illegal to complain but the complaint is "actionable" inasmuch as what
it intends to accomplish or suppress.

Now, someone who didn't like the topic and didn't like the tenacity that I
have in pursuing it, suggested that I might have too much time on my hands.

Actually, they are correct!  Lately, I have been laid up due to an injury I
sustained after my vet prescribed my pet some dogfood.  Well, I got home
with the food and decided to mix in some onions, bellpeppers, rice and some
lean ground beef.
Doggone it, that stuff sure smelled good simmering in its own gravy on the
the stove.

I decided that my dog and I would each have a bowl.  What could it hurt, I
surmised.  Thirty minutes later, after having finished a lovely bowl of
dogchow, I bolted for the door, ran outside and began chasing a car down the
street and barking and howling.  Well, I was hit by another car as I chased
the original car through the intersection!

Since then, I have been***ing my wounds and growling and whimpering.  They
say those are the first signs that you have done something that you
shouldn't.  I notice that a few of you have begun barking, whimpering and
***ing your wounds, of late.

Cass



Quote:
> silly attempt to disguise orign of post, though it describes the poster,
> well, uhm...

> >That Buglady would stoop to attempt to silence me by seeing if she could
> get
> >my news server to drop me is petty and immature and venal and mean and
even
> >illegal, should I decide to pursue it.

> Nope, nothing illegal about complaining about excessive crossposting or
> spammers.  What Altopia choses to do with it is up to them.  I told you
> twice not to crosspost my replies and you deliberately put the other
groups
> back in.  This takes forethought and effort, for if you just hit reply
you'd
> reply only to this group.  I have never once complained about anyone who
> calls me names, told me I'm stupid or disagrees with what I have to say.
> You just don't have any common sense or courtesy.  It has nothing to do
with
> silencing you.  Now you crosspost everyone's messages.  This is against
the
> TOS of most news servers/ISPs  and there's a reason for it.  People decide
> on their own to post to one group or another, its not up to you to add NGs
> to their original post for the gratification of spreading yourself all
over
> the net.

> buglady
> take out the dog before replying

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by KauilaPo » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 04:25:52


Quote:
>From: "Cass"
>prescribed my pet some dogfood.  Well, I got home>with the food and decided to

mix in some onions, bellpeppers, rice and some>lean ground beef.
      *You forgot to add this to that 'story' Cass: Onions are NEVER to be fed
to a dog. Shame....shame.

crossposting or>> spammers.
        Actually there is nothing illegal about 'anyone' reporting what 'they'
perceive to be behaviors outside the guidelines and/or 'terms of service' to a
particular server.
In most cases "spamming" and crossposting are usually included in the
'Standards' of behavior. In other words it is frowned about!

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by Cass » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 05:30:17


Is that why I began chasing cars and barking and howling?

Cass


Quote:
> >From: "Cass"
> >prescribed my pet some dogfood.  Well, I got home>with the food and
decided to
> mix in some onions, bellpeppers, rice and some>lean ground beef.

>       *You forgot to add this to that 'story' Cass: Onions are NEVER to be
fed
> to a dog. Shame....shame.


> crossposting or>> spammers.
>         Actually there is nothing illegal about 'anyone' reporting what
'they'
> perceive to be behaviors outside the guidelines and/or 'terms of service'
to a
> particular server.
> In most cases "spamming" and crossposting are usually included in the
> 'Standards' of behavior. In other words it is frowned about!

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by mysha.. » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 05:59:13


http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

 
 
 

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Post by Cass » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 06:27:28


Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!

Cass


Quote:

> http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by didd » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 06:37:12


Quote:

> Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!

> Cass

> > http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

what was unbelievable and hilarious about a factual report?

diddy

There are plenty of good "just pets" in the shelters, if that is the
best you can produce you aren't making the world of dogs any better.
Remember the success of the irresponsible breeder rests solely on the
ignorance of the public.  Educate always!
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~
**Prevent rescue - Support breeders who spay/neuter and microchip**  ???

 
 
 

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Post by mysha.. » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 14:45:39


Quote:
<Cass wrote....Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!

Cass

http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

Cass, I posted this url for you to read legitimately.  I am hoping that
you stop giving your pet onions of any kind.  I had a personal
experience with this and my manchester terrier was one of the lucky ones
after weeks of being near death.  He ingested the top of a wild onion
outside and became seriously ill in a matter of a few hours.  By the
time I got him to the vet he was comatose.

Truly, this is not hilarious and bordering on unbelievable, it is a fact
and I lived it.  

Please take to heart what I have shared with you.  I would not want
anyone to experience the horror that my boy went through, as well as my
family, in fear that he was going to die.  Its heartbreaking to see the
suffering they endure and many do not recover.

Regards,  Donna

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by Cass » Mon, 02 Jul 2001 03:41:45


Hi Donna,

Thank you very much for your concern however, I don't feed my dog onions or
chocolate or licorice.

I am very glad that your dog recovered.  I cannot stand to see a sick or
wounded animal.  It is really heartbreaking.
That is one reason that I am concerned when vets refuse to prescribe for
off-site filling.  It makes me wonder if they aren't just prescribing
unnecessary medication that may harm a pet so that they can have more money
in their pockets.

Cass


Quote:

> <Cass wrote....Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!
> Cass


> http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

> Cass, I posted this url for you to read legitimately.  I am hoping that
> you stop giving your pet onions of any kind.  I had a personal
> experience with this and my manchester terrier was one of the lucky ones
> after weeks of being near death.  He ingested the top of a wild onion
> outside and became seriously ill in a matter of a few hours.  By the
> time I got him to the vet he was comatose.

> Truly, this is not hilarious and bordering on unbelievable, it is a fact
> and I lived it.

> Please take to heart what I have shared with you.  I would not want
> anyone to experience the horror that my boy went through, as well as my
> family, in fear that he was going to die.  Its heartbreaking to see the
> suffering they endure and many do not recover.

> Regards,  Donna

 
 
 

Silence of the lambs, pt. two

Post by Cass » Mon, 02 Jul 2001 03:41:45


Hi Donna,

Thank you very much for your concern however, I don't feed my dog onions or
chocolate or licorice.

I am very glad that your dog recovered.  I cannot stand to see a sick or
wounded animal.  It is really heartbreaking.
That is one reason that I am concerned when vets refuse to prescribe for
off-site filling.  It makes me wonder if they aren't just prescribing
unnecessary medication that may harm a pet so that they can have more money
in their pockets.

Cass


Quote:

> <Cass wrote....Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!
> Cass


> http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

> Cass, I posted this url for you to read legitimately.  I am hoping that
> you stop giving your pet onions of any kind.  I had a personal
> experience with this and my manchester terrier was one of the lucky ones
> after weeks of being near death.  He ingested the top of a wild onion
> outside and became seriously ill in a matter of a few hours.  By the
> time I got him to the vet he was comatose.

> Truly, this is not hilarious and bordering on unbelievable, it is a fact
> and I lived it.

> Please take to heart what I have shared with you.  I would not want
> anyone to experience the horror that my boy went through, as well as my
> family, in fear that he was going to die.  Its heartbreaking to see the
> suffering they endure and many do not recover.

> Regards,  Donna

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Post by mysha.. » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 14:45:39


Quote:
<Cass wrote....Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!

Cass

http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

Cass, I posted this url for you to read legitimately.  I am hoping that
you stop giving your pet onions of any kind.  I had a personal
experience with this and my manchester terrier was one of the lucky ones
after weeks of being near death.  He ingested the top of a wild onion
outside and became seriously ill in a matter of a few hours.  By the
time I got him to the vet he was comatose.

Truly, this is not hilarious and bordering on unbelievable, it is a fact
and I lived it.  

Please take to heart what I have shared with you.  I would not want
anyone to experience the horror that my boy went through, as well as my
family, in fear that he was going to die.  Its heartbreaking to see the
suffering they endure and many do not recover.

Regards,  Donna

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Post by mysha.. » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 05:59:13


http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

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Post by didd » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 06:37:12


Quote:

> Absolutely hilarious and bordering on unbelievable!

> Cass

> > http://www.jlhweb.net/BOSS/onions.html

what was unbelievable and hilarious about a factual report?

diddy

There are plenty of good "just pets" in the shelters, if that is the
best you can produce you aren't making the world of dogs any better.
Remember the success of the irresponsible breeder rests solely on the
ignorance of the public.  Educate always!
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~
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Post by KauilaPo » Sun, 01 Jul 2001 04:25:52


Quote:
>From: "Cass"
>prescribed my pet some dogfood.  Well, I got home>with the food and decided to

mix in some onions, bellpeppers, rice and some>lean ground beef.
      *You forgot to add this to that 'story' Cass: Onions are NEVER to be fed
to a dog. Shame....shame.

crossposting or>> spammers.
        Actually there is nothing illegal about 'anyone' reporting what 'they'
perceive to be behaviors outside the guidelines and/or 'terms of service' to a
particular server.
In most cases "spamming" and crossposting are usually included in the
'Standards' of behavior. In other words it is frowned about!

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