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in thread Charlie Wilkes whittled the following words:
It was my fault for letting it happen. But I had dinner with his owner last night and we ... the road. He had a long, happy life and he was happy and healthy up to the moment he died.

I'm glad he lived a long healthy and happy life.
I am sorry this all happened. I am glad you are building a fence, but I AM sorry about the circumstances.
It must have been awful. I feel just sick for yoou.
... Somebody in a big pickup sped up to about 65 and swerved into the oncoming lane to make the kill...

I only have a small truck, but its definitely one of my cat-hunting tools.

Ok, my patience is done.
Vaguely, but yes. I think I said that I'd never seen anyone do that deliberately?

Yep... and several of us said we've not only known people who claimed to have done it, and boasted about it, but have SEEN people do it. In my case, I've witnessed it twice - the first time being when I was 8 years old, and the animal in question was my cat Freddy. http://makeashorterlink.com/?P5B15289A
The subhuman who hit him VERY deliberately swerved onto the shoulder to do it.
And if Ball is truly serious above, then he's indeed an of truly monumental proportions.

He's an *** either way; some "jokes" are simply not funny.
Vaguely, but yes. I think I said that I'd never seen anyone do that deliberately?

Yep... and several of us said we've not only known people who claimed to have done it, and boasted about ... question was my cat Freddy. http://makeashorterlink.com/?P5B15289A The subhuman who hit him VERY deliberately swerved onto the shoulder to do it.

It's the kind of behavior that is common among poor people with shitty lives. They are generally hostile.
But this was an 85 pound dog, mind you. That takes a special breed of nut one who doesn't mind taking some collision damage.

Charlie
It's the kind of behavior that is common among poor people with shitty lives. They are generally hostile.

I don't think it has anything to do with income or lifestyle, but pure and simple with psychopathic tendencies. The second person I witnessed doing it was well-to-do, with a very comfortable life. He also abused his children.
But this was an 85 pound dog, mind you. That takes a special breed of nut one who doesn't mind taking some collision damage.

Sounds like it. :-(
I only have a small truck, but its definitely one of my cat-hunting tools. Whatever it takes.

a sadist and a sociopath. dude, you're creepy.

Very tactful of you, shelly. Perhaps the worst of it is that he holds himself out as a person interested in the welfare of animals. Hating and wanting to kill one species isn't balanced out by loving and helping another.
Mustang Sally
I only have a small truck, but its definitely one of my cat-hunting tools.

Did you really mean to say that?

Yes, of course!
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...The subhuman who hit him VERY deliberately swerved onto the shoulder to do it.

And if Ball is truly serious above, then he's indeed an of truly monumental proportions.

He's an *** either way; some "jokes" are simply not funny.

I recall the story of your cat, and I'm still sorry for your loss, but it does emphasize how careful we all should be about protecting our pets. I never drive out of the right-of-way, but I do take cat hunting very seriously. And I'm certainly not alone.
When I die, I want to go where dogs go!
a sadist and a sociopath. dude, you're creepy.

That reminds me of a joke! How do crazy people find their way out of the forest? The follow the psychopath! LOL
I had to look up "sociopath". It seems like that term is being replaced by wimpy terms that are less confrontational. The term I saw most was "antisocial personality disorder." I do meet some of the criteria; but so do most folks.
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