Originally Posted by SevenSins
Sure I could. Alternately, you might find that your stress is alleviated by a couple of Midol and a marital aid.
Asking a question about the well being of a dog...on a dog forum...equates to harassment all of a sudden? Really
now, why don't you sit down and tell me more about your logic.
"Oh no, my 5 year old son is bleeding from the ears and doesn't move much when I poke him with a stick, what do I do guys?" 15 minutes later, new thread, same poster, no update to previous thread... "So, what are everyones' thoughts regarding inhalant abuse?" You wouldn't find that a little off? No? Maybe I'm not the one with the problem
I love you hahaha.
I love how some people are all "WHY WOULD YOU POST THAT, IT'S OFF TOPIC YOU STALKER!" and yet, now they're all contributing to the OT talk. Makes.. so much sense.
Really though. It's a public forum. People can post what they want (and this is one of the least moderated forums I'm on so it seems like just about anything goes), when they want. There's no need to be the "thread police", especially when you aren't a moderator.. drives me nuts when people do that. Having 2537575 posts does not automatically make you superior to other members.
I for one am glad he asked about Barbara's dog since she chose NOT to update the thread she posted and started this thread last night. I'm also glad I wasn't the only one who read this and immediately thought "..but what about the dog?"
Pretty sure there's an ignore feature here, if y'all are that offended by what SevenSins says. Looks like some of you are too busy boasting about your post count or posting silly replies to do something like that though. Hmm.
Oh and just so I'm kind of on topic. I agree with suicide when it's someone who is terminally ill. I watched my grandmother, both grandfathers and an aunt die from cancer.. it is NOT pretty and we all wished we could've ended their suffering. So stupid that we can give that "gift" to our animals yet we allow our own kind to suffer.