Sunday, February 12, 2012

Another Moron Reporter: John Monk of The State (South Carolina)

Over the past three weekends there have been a rash of thefts of pit bulls from the Columbia, South Carolina Animal Shelter.
If that's not bad enough, we have another know-it-all reporter pushing pit bulls as a "fierce breed" in his write-up of the story.
I left a comment on the article, which you can read here, and, of course, it has been deleted.
I simply wrote:

"fierce breed"
John Monk is, apparently, uneducated and an idiot.

Mr. Monk probably feels that my statement is derogatory and incorrect and therefore removed it from the comments.
That didn't, however, stop him from making derogatory and incorrect - as well as inflammable - remarks maligning pit bull dogs.

When you read the article, you'll read where it states: "... made off with five more of the breed popularly known as among the most fierce of canines."
The original article, which I commented on, stated: "... made off with five more of the fierce breed."


Lest you think I lie, here is a screenshot of the original article courtesy of Yahoo! cache:





Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/02/12/2150735/more-pit-bulls-stolen-from-columbia.html#storylink=cpy

5 comments:

  1. pure ignorance....its incredible how people say things about pits yet dont make a legit attempt to even meet a real pit bull..its a shame because a lot of people are missing out on great doggy companions

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  2. Check my pitbull Motley out at 
    http://www.thepitbullpalace.blogspot.com/  

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  3. Fierce breed = 100% accurate statement. Dogs should be outlawed everywhere.

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  4. First - "Pit bull" is not a breed. It is a "type" of dog.Second - While I know that SOME pit bulls are "fierce", not all are.
    Therefore, "Fierce breed" = 100% false.
    That's reality.

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  5. "realist" your a close minded idiot = 100% accurate statement

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