Man Killed By 3 Pitbulls

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  1. FallofMan

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    An 83-year-old man was killed during the early morning hours of Saturday, January 7th in São Gonçalo, part of the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The culprits were identified as three pit bulls who were seen chasing the man and then attacking him on 18th and Fort Avenue, where at least one of them chowed down on the old man’s face and neck. Despite the mutilation, the victim has been positively ID’d as one “Ary O”. and he died as a result of his injuries before any help could arrive. The owner of the animals has not been identified.


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  2. Cockmuppet

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    Most likely an irresponsible owner that will now have his dogs euthanized, and another case to reinforce the belief that pit bulls are a bad breed.
     
  3. Squid Jones

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    Damn. Doesn't look like a fun way to go.

    My deceased grandmother had a neighbor who owned 2 Mastiffs. She was some old lady. One day, for some unknown reason, they turned on her and mauled her to death.
     
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    Nice to meet you @Stabby.
    As long as you treat them with love and respect, they make wonderful pets. Sharks also have a bad rep for attacking humans. They're not out to get you, but if you are going to spend some time diving off your boat in the middle of the Goddamn ocean, then you are fair game.
     
  5. Cockmuppet

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    Likewise.
     
  6. kgp

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    It happens.
     
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    Looks like man's best friend can also be man's worst nightmare.
     
  8. Squid Jones

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    lol Yeah, that's just the way the Milk-Bone crumbles sometimes huh babe?
     
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    Mhmm. When I lived in Florida, one of my neighbors had a boxer. I loved that dog & the dog loved me. Was one of the sweetest dogs I'd ever met, but one day something pissed him off and he just bit my leg. Wasn't a very serious bite, I only had some bruising. But it only happened that one time for some reason and never again. Dog went back to being sweet.
     
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    I love this breed and i don't want any harm to come to them but it's better to stay cautious and have my defenses up or i'm likely to wind up like this fool.
     
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    :( I only know nice pitbulls. I hope that will never change.
     
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    http://www.dogsbite.org/pdf/12-year-dog-bite-fatality-chart-dogsbiteorg.pdf

    I don't get how people can say this breed is not more dangerous than others. Can someone explain to me without the usual anecdotal platitudes ("My pitbull is the sweetest!")? How do you refute these numbers? I know there's the old "the problem is the people not the pitbull," but presumably crappy people own other breeds, too. So if that's your position, I guess my question would be why do bad people disproportionately own pitbulls?
     
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    This.

    I wasn't gonna be the one to start this debate because it's not an issue that I really care about all that much but I'm glad somebody presented some dissenting opinions AND...* gasp * hard data. But yeah, I'd like to see some answers to the above question cuz it's a good one.
     
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    Pitbulls better serve their sense of douchebaggery.
     
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    But why is that though?
     
  16. Cockmuppet

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    I think it's because they are more aggressive by nature. They were bred to be this way. If a child is predisposed to violence and grows up in an abusive or neglectful environment, that child would be more likely to lash out eventually than one that was nurtured.
     
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  17. Squid Jones

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    And I'd agree with that.
     
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    This is my mom's dog, rescued when she was a year old. Total mush bomb.
    Well said.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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  20. Squid Jones

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    But, see, are you saying that the breed itself is more aggressive by nature?
     
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