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The girl's grandmother was unable to stop the attack because she was inside, asleep, while the 21 month old baby girl was in the back yard with 7 pit bulls.
So, your point is that you have one breed of dog that caused twice as many fatalities in 2011 as all other 175+ breeds of dogs combined, and everyone else is just a being mean and unfair for wanting this animal banned from their neighborhoods. Got it.
I have no idea what you mean by "Can you get that" and "So sorry if you can't." Are you asking me if I can get my money's worth by NOT running 26.2 miles in freezing weather? Yeah, I think I am coming out pretty good on that deal.
Also, how exactly is someone ripping you off by not giving you something for free?
How awful that those horrible people only spent 5 hours sitting outdoors in miserable weather on a Saturday morning GIVING AWAY FREE PRODUCT to a bunch of folks who don't have any more sense than to pay someone else for the privilege of running 26 miles. I certainly hope there's an investigation.
As soon as you show me another single breed of dog that accounts for 61% of all dog attacks by itself, I'll start buying that routine about how it's the owner, not the dog.
So I sat down to do my household budget at the beginning of the year.
The first thing I did was make a list of what I spent last year. I had budgeted $5,000 for groceries, but I only spent $4,200 last year, so I wrote down $5,250 as my 2013 budget number for groceries. I had budgeted $5,200 for gas, but I actually spent $6,000, so I wrote down $6,300 as my 2013 budget for gas. I had to put a new roof on the house last year, $10,000, so I wrote down $10,500 as my new roof budget number. I didn't spend anything on surgery last year, but my starting number from the year before was $30,000, so I wrote down $31,500 as my surgery budget.
I kept going like this until I had covered every line item of my household budget.
I made $100,000 last year, and my budgeted expenses are $132,432, so I see I'm going to be little bit short. So I went to my boss, & told him that I needed a $32,432 raise to cover my expenses.
I told him that I had a great plan to cut back on my total expenses, to the tune of almost $28,000 over the next ten years, and by golly, if I didn't get that plan underway by March 1, he'd only have to give me a $31,687 raise.
Well, it's March 2. As it turns out, I didn't get my plan underway. I just couldn't seem to decide upon in which of my 11,000 houses I should turn down the heat by 2 degrees in order to cut my target amount of expense. Also, with having to play golf every weekend, I just never got around to it. Actually, I just found out that my last great plan, which enables me to buy car insurance AFTER I have a wreck, is really going to wind up costing me an additional $260,000 a year. But that's a whole different matter.
Anway, here's the thing. Would you believe that my boss had the unmitigated gall to only give me a $31,687 raise? Now what is going to happen to me? I'm going to lose everything. I'll be homeless. I'll starve. My mother won't love me any more. My teeth will gain a yellowish tint.
Folks, welcome to the way the federal government handles our money. Sounds like pure genius, doesn't it?
"....he has never ever even growled at the child..."
....said the owner of EVERY SINGLE pit bull who has ever mauled or killed a child.
I can't be sure, but I don't think the point of the squawk was that violent movies should be banned. I think the point was that it's more than a bit hypocritical of these actors to put on their little sad faces and use their little sad voices to make a video calling for sweeping gun control, while making millions glamorizing gun violence in the movies.
I'm going to be buying children and crack heads if abortion is discontinued? What the heck am I going to do with crack heads?
"Your decision what to do with your body took place many weeks ago."
I don't believe I have ever heard it put more accurately or succinctly. Props.
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