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Dogs are being picked

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by franca, Sep 18, 2003.

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  1. franca

    franca Thread Starter

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    The Vancouver City Police in conjunction with the RCMP have
    issued a warning advising all dog owners in the lower mainland to keep
    their dogs inside
    until further notice. Dogs are being picked off one at a time on an almost
    continual basis through-out greater Vancouver. They are falling in
    great numbers.
    Police in the city of Vancouver, and sounding communities advise all
    dog owners not to walk their dogs.

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  2. Tuppence2

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    Hello franca,

    What a scream. Thanks! I will make sure I keep my dogs well away from his/her beady eyes! :)

    Hope you are well,

    Bye,
    Penny.
     
  3. clskrk

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    The RCMP has called for reinforcements.....
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  4. angelize56

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    That's cute! :) And I just read in Cambodia they are encouraging residents to start eating more dogs due to their over-population! :( :eek:
     
  5. hotskates

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    eeeewwwwwwww :(
     
  6. angelize56

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    Not kidding either HS! Read this:

    Eat more dogs, Cambodians urged

    Reuters — Sept. 11, 2003

    PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Cambodians are being urged to eat more dogs as part of a crackdown on stray mutts wandering around the capital of the southeast Asian nation.

    Although dogs, along with creepy-crawlies such as spiders, beetles and crickets, are found regularly on menus in deeply impoverished rural areas, eating them is frowned upon in the relative sophistication of Phnom Penh.

    City governor Kep Chuktema says it is now time to draw up a special pooch policy to control the growing problem of pavement-fouling strays, and for city dwellers to throw off their traditional snootiness toward dining on man's best friend.

    "Come on, dog meat is so delicious," he was quoted as saying in Thursday's Cambodia Daily newspaper. "The Vietnamese and Koreans love to eat dog meat."

    "(Cambodians) don't have wine, but poor people can enjoy their dog meat with palm juice wine," he said.

    Hitherto, Phnom Penh dog lovers have had to keep their tastes under wraps by asking for "special" or "jogging cow" meat in restaurants.
     
  7. angelize56

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    And read this! :eek:

    Legendary dog-eating catfish dies

    Reuters — July 28, 2003

    BERLIN — A giant catfish that ate a dog and terrorized a German lake for years has washed up dead, but the legend of "Kuno the Killer" lives on.

    A gardener discovered the carcass of a five-foot-long catfish weighing 77 pounds this week, a spokesman for the western city of Moenchengladbach said on recently.

    Kuno became a local celebrity in 2001 when he sprang from the waters of the Volksgarten park lake to swallow a Dachshund puppy whole. He evaded repeated attempts to capture him.

    "He was our Loch Ness monster," said Uwe Heil, member of "Kuno's Friends," a local rock band named after the fish.

    Several fishermen identified the carcass as Kuno, but doubts linger.

    "That's not the Kuno we know," said Leon Cornelius, another member of "Kuno's Friends." He said he had seen several huge catfish in the lake.

    Low water levels and a summer heat wave probably killed the catfish, among the biggest found in Germany. The northern city of Bremen plans to stuff it and put in a museum.
     
  8. hotskates

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    Whoa, poor little guy. Guess the cats got a kick out of that one!
    If I was starving I still don't think I could eat a dog. A spider or cricket maybe but never a dog. eeeeeewwwwwww--they are just too cute and friendly.
     
  9. GhettoBuddhist

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    no joke i would neva eat a dog!!!!
     
  10. angelize56

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    I agree! Yech! Welcome to Doggie King, Doggie Bell, Kentucky Fried Doggie, McDoggie's! :eek:
     
  11. LANMaster

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    :D Dog in the Box, Whattadoggie, Der Doggeischnitzel, Arfy's :eek: :D
     
  12. LANMaster

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    French Poodle Dip Sub. :D
     
  13. angelize56

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    White Doghouse! :D

    Lan: (y) :D
     
  14. hotskates

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    Don't forget Der Winerschnitzel :)
     
  15. franca

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    You guys are GOOD.
     
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