eoMMan

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  1. I blame DMX.
  2. But once you eliminate pit bulls, don't you think that a lot of the irresponsible pit bull owners will just buy the next "cool" powerful dog such as a Rottie? My point is that if you have 100 irresponsible pit bull owners....take their dogs away and give them a rottweiler/Cane Corso mastiff/etc.....the dog fatalities won't really drop like you think they would.
  3. I have a busy day on tap and won't be able to continue this discussion (for now at least). Have a good day.
  4. Here you go: "350 children under the age of five drown in pools each year nationwide" Read more: http://www.momsteam.com/sports/swimming/safety/grim-statistics-on-child-drownings#ixzz4wKs12Gf8 Now I'm not being totally honest here though because it only shows up to age five...I'm not sure how many 6, 7, 8, etc year olds drowned as well.
  5. Sigh. Like I said, quick Google search...you have any stats?
  6. Deflect! Deflect! I've said all along that there should be more rules and regulations on owning pits along with other powerful breeds that are capable of damage. There should be a discussion and compromises made. Eliminating the breed isn't the answer. You do that and then next year we're talkijng about Rottweilers or Cane Corso Mastiffs or another powerful dog.
  7. You should be asking yourself that... These dogs DIDN'T HUNT THE KID DOWN. The kid went into a fenced area. Understand? Make sense? Want me to get rocknrole to draw a diagram? Also, see stats above...pools are much more deadly. Fences are important and necessary for both pools and containing dogs....regardless of breed.
  8. Quick Google search: "From 2005-2014, there were an average of 3,536 fatal unintentional drownings (non-boating related) annually in the United States — abou tten deaths per day. An additional 332 people died each year from drowning in boating-related incidents.Apr 28, 2016"
  9. Clearly what happened here, right?
  10. Correct, much like how most pit bulls won't kill you from just being in the fenced in area.... Do you want to compare the stats on child pool drownings to child pitbull deaths?
  11. Interesting that you gave the swimming pool example because in most cases, the homeowner is in the clear if they have a fence up. Not their fault if a kid hops the fence.
  12. That article doesn't answer any of my questions. See above.
  13. Any other articles with more details? Did the dog owner have any dog signs posted? Has the kid been around the dog before? Relationship between the dog owner and the kid? Usually when these happen, it's a matter of the dog getting loose and yes, in those scenarios, the dog owner is definitely at fault.
  14. Please stay focused on the topic at hand.