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  1. SCG
    February 23, 2017

    What does it say, that I assumed that it was the police who had shot the dogs?

    If it’s already a crime to harm companion animals, why on earth do we need another law saying so?

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    • JohnM
      February 23, 2017

      Because legislators get reelected by touting the laws they sponsored/passed/shot down (opposing party), and not maintaining the status quo.

      Thus every session of every legislative body in the US spends most it’s time in a “solution in search of a problem” mode. The rest of the time is honoring themselves.

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  2. clonedaddy
    February 23, 2017

    It’s a good thing I have 10 clones of the same dog (not kidding). Shoot a few,meh, I’ll just bring in the reserves with the same collars and nobody in the family will be the wiser.
    The family can’t count to ten anyway.

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    • shg
      February 23, 2017

      You are one sick puppy.

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      • Richard Kopf
        February 24, 2017

        SHG,

        Since Clonedaddy has a plethora of pups, the Jedi dog master has no standing to speak. On the other hand, I do have standing since I have no pets (unless I consider my brilliant wife Joan a pet in which case, should my reference to her become known at home, I would be dead).

        Now, if it were me I would rewrite the law and this is how it would read:

        “In the course of [the] commission of a felony, or of immediate flight therefrom, he or she [who] causes physical injury … or death to a feline shall be given a pat on the back, a medal for public service and then immediately discharged from custody for good behavior.”

        All the best.

        RGK

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      • shg
        February 24, 2017

        With all due respect, Judge, there are starving children out there. Your law would be inexcusably wasteful without a requirement that the body be disposed of properly.

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      • Richard G. Kopf
        February 24, 2017

        SHG,

        Yum!

        All the best.

        RGK

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      • clonedaddy
        February 24, 2017

        It makes sense you would write this law, since you do look like the judge in the Geico commercial.

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