watch out for power windows and dogs

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watch out for power windows and dogs

Post by J1Bo » Thu, 09 Apr 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
>too my horror, Brandi had closed the window on her throat and what<BR>
>just*** there thrashing!  She must have pushed on the button with her
>paw<BR>
>in an attempt to get a better position at the window.<BR>

My car has a "lock out" switch at the driver's console.  I can put the windows
up and down, but passengers can not - a good safety feature.

Janet Boss<BR>
Best Friends Dog Obedience<BR>
"Nice Manners for the Family Pet"<BR>
<BR>
"Read your question for the obvious answer"

 
 
 

watch out for power windows and dogs

Post by Joan Quin » Thu, 09 Apr 1998 04:00:00


Is this Elaine related to Scritto?

Joan Quinn

:: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop in
the
:: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
:
: Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
:any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone performing
:such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
:
:
:
:

 
 
 

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Post by Pat Crea » Thu, 09 Apr 1998 04:00:00


I don't think so --- let's face it, for all Scritto's faults and lack of
regard for anyone else's opinion, she does seem to genuinely care about the
dogs with she deals.  Elaine seems to be rather more of a materialistic
*** who only seems to care what she can get *from* a dog, not what she
should give *to* one.

Quote:

>Is this Elaine related to Scritto?

>Joan Quinn



>:: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop in
>the
>:: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
>:
>: Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
>:any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone performing
>:such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
>:
>:
>:
>:

 
 
 

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Post by Joan Quin » Thu, 09 Apr 1998 04:00:00


I guess  you are right. It is just that they both seem to thrive on
controversy and rudeness.
Joan

:I don't think so --- let's face it, for all Scritto's faults and lack of
:regard for anyone else's opinion, she does seem to genuinely care about the
:dogs with she deals.  Elaine seems to be rather more of a materialistic
:*** who only seems to care what she can get *from* a dog, not what she
:should give *to* one.
:
:
:>Is this Elaine related to Scritto?
:>
:>Joan Quinn
:>
:>:: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop
in
:>the
:>:: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
:>:
:>: Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
:>:any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone
performing
:>:such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
:>:
:>:
:>:
:>:
:>
:>
:
:

 
 
 

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Post by Stepho » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


As I've said before, at this point, I'm convinced that "Elaine" is just
someone who's trolling for turmoil.

~S

:I guess  you are right. It is just that they both seem to thrive on
:controversy and rudeness.
:Joan
:
:
::I don't think so --- let's face it, for all Scritto's faults and lack of
::regard for anyone else's opinion, she does seem to genuinely care about
the
::dogs with she deals.  Elaine seems to be rather more of a materialistic
::*** who only seems to care what she can get *from* a dog, not what she
::should give *to* one.
::
::
::>Is this Elaine related to Scritto?
::>
::>Joan Quinn
::>
::>:: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop
:in
::>the
::>:: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
::>:
::>: Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
::>:any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone
:performing
::>:such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
::>:
::>:
::>:
::>:
::>
::>
::
::
:

 
 
 

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Post by Elaine Galleg » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


 Laugh now...get back to me after you lose someone you care about in a
needless traffic accident.

: Is this Elaine related to Scritto?

: Joan Quinn

: :: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop in
: the
: :: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
: :
: : Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
: :any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone performing
: :such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
: :
: :
: :
: :

 
 
 

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Post by Pete Luca » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> I'm not a usual subscriber to this news group but I thought I'd relay somethin
> g that happened yesterday in the hopes it doesn't happen to anyone else!

//Warning snipped//

Must admit, i've had a different experience with a canine and
power windows.

Dog [Labrador] sitting, in seatbelt-harness in passenger seat.

I open drivers side window to put pass-card into reader to get
into car-park.

Dog wants to see what I am doing. Turns round. Puts paw
on "up" button of driver's side power-window [in the center
console].

Window comes up, leaving me in a rather undignified position,
trying to reach behind me to where the "down" button for the
windows is.

Dog, BTW,  thought this was absolutely hilarious!

//PJML//

 
 
 

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Post by Joan Quin » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


Are there some traffic accidents that we need?

:
:
: Laugh now...get back to me after you lose someone you care about in a
:needless traffic accident.
:
:
:: Is this Elaine related to Scritto?
:
:: Joan Quinn
:
:: :: I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop
in
:: the
:: :: middle of the road..traffic be damned!
:: :
:: : Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
:: :any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone
performing
:: :such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.
:: :
:: :
:: :
:: :
:
:

 
 
 

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Post by Elaine Galleg » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


: > : I released the window immediately and brought the car to a quick stop in the
: > : middle of the road..traffic be damned!
: >
: >  Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
: > any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone performing
: > such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.

:  If an
: accident was imminent, she would have been putting her dog in even more
:  danger, and
: she wouldn't have done it.

 That's not what she said....geeze, talking about reading things into
someone else's statement. She SAID traffic be damned. Clue- when you're
out there, all you are is traffic... so is your mother, your kid and all
of your pets. It's all just traffic to her when she is having a problem.
By law you're to secure children and animals inside the car to prevent
things like this from happening. What if the dog had seen something out
the window? Out he'd go. It's not like she was thinking real hard about
the security of her dog before it nearly ***d itself in the auto-window.
This is not a person who spends a lot of time playing "what happens
next". If she gets her heiny into trouble, everyone else is going to pay for it.
 "Traffic be damned" would go over REAL well standing before the judge.

 
 
 

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Post by Laura Haga » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
>  Do NOT stop your car in the middle of the road for any reason. If I or
> any of my family ever got hurt in an accident caused by someone
performing
> such a selfish stunt..... well, believe me, you'd rue the day.

        That's why you look out the front window while driving, and don't follow
too closely.  Stuff like that happens.  If you can't stop as quickly as the
person in front of you, you're going too fast and following too close.
 
 
 

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Post by Donald E. Scot » Fri, 10 Apr 1998 04:00:00


Quote:


> > I'm not a usual subscriber to this news group but I thought I'd relay somethin
> > g that happened yesterday in the hopes it doesn't happen to anyone else!

> //Warning snipped//

> Must admit, i've had a different experience with a canine and
> power windows.

> Dog [Labrador] sitting, in seatbelt-harness in passenger seat.

> I open drivers side window to put pass-card into reader to get
> into car-park.

> Dog wants to see what I am doing. Turns round. Puts paw
> on "up" button of driver's side power-window [in the center
> console].

> Window comes up, leaving me in a rather undignified position,
> trying to reach behind me to where the "down" button for the
> windows is.

> Dog, BTW,  thought this was absolutely hilarious!

> //PJML//

That really cracked me up - bet you didn't think it was funny at the
time though.
Annis - Murphy's Mom