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post #1 of 42 Old 12-08-2008, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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THE SPILL THAT NO ONE HEARD/Downed 919

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it finally happened. The 919 and i went down about 20:00 last night. An F'N white mid-sized dog darted infront of me trying to reach a pack of dogs gang-banging one female. Man what males will do to get laid. The dog lived and bolted off the scene. i swear if i would have caught him i would have stangled him with my road rashed bleeding hands. Other than my pride being hurt all i have is some road rash on the right side of my body. thank you tecknic leather. The 919 had similar wounds aswell with a bent to hell brake peg, rash on the clutch plate and another dent in the tank. But just hearing the sound of grinding metal on the pavement makes me wanna crap my pants and to make matters worse no body was around. So that lead me to cursing like a mad man in the middle ofthe street. thats probably the reason no one came out to help.... i drove it home with my leg gushing blood only to have everyone ask me if the dog was alright. F-that dog. he lives in my hood and his days are numbered.

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post #2 of 42 Old 12-08-2008, 04:47 PM
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Sorry to hear. At least your gonna be ok and are hear to tell about. Glad the bike didn't get hurt too bad.


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bye bye doggie





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dang... glad your ok.... you need to set a elaborate james bondish style trap for the dog...

sooo dog.. you have made mr bigglesworth angry... now you must die!!!...



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Sorry about the accident, but glad you walked away so you can plan terrible vengeance on the offending canine. (Most likely retribution should be sought from the ignorant owners who let their dog run wild in the streets).

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Sorry to hear about that man!

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First and foremost, glad you and the bike are ok.

I go back and forth. Dog committed the crime, but doesn't know any better. Owner on the other hand is ultimately responsible

Of course, philosophical debate is not one of my strong points so I would just go with killing the dog in front of the owner.

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Of course, philosophical debate is not one of my strong points so I would just go with killing the dog in front of the owner.
or vice versa!!!!!



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First and foremost, glad you and the bike are ok.

I go back and forth. Dog committed the crime, but doesn't know any better. Owner on the other hand is ultimately responsible

Of course, philosophical debate is not one of my strong points so I would just go with killing the dog in front of the owner.
After 16 years of being a psychologist, I kind of wonder about killing the owner in front of the dog......... Just kidding, of course, well kind of, no really just kidding...........

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Antifreeze works....dogs/animals like the taste, and it starves the blood of oxygen......or so I've heard!! Have to admit, I've always wanted to try it....





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Antifreeze works....dogs/animals like the taste, and it starves the blood of oxygen......or so I've heard!! Have to admit, I've always wanted to try it....
My beloved pooch got into antifreeze, did nearly kill the poor guy. We put ipecac down his throat and then took him to the vet where he proceeded to puke everywhere. A week later he was allowed out of doggy hospital, a frailer, drugged up version.

So yeah, it would totally work.

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Good ot hear you walked away ! I hate non-responsible dog owners, put your animal in a fenced in yard , on a leashe or keep the darn thing inside !

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Here's what I consider the correct answer. Run over the dog. I have learned to slow aggressively in a stright line and hit the offending animal. This has worked for everything so far including a deer and a badger. I save swerving for things like cars and cows (often cows driving cars). Slowing quickly often gives the animal the time needed to get out of the way or reduces speed enough to minimize damage if an accedent occures. With that said I go with killing the owner in front of the dog then taking the dog to an animal shelter. Sorry about the spill, heal quickly.

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Antifreeze works....dogs/animals like the taste, and it starves the blood of oxygen......or so I've heard!! Have to admit, I've always wanted to try it....
Mix it with ground beef for the best results. That's what happened to our dog. We had a 150 lb husky. Found him dead as a doornail and stiff as a 4x4 post. That was one huge hole. My sister insisted that we bury the dog.

Or you could do what my father-in-law did to their dog when it started getting old and hobbling around. He went into the woods, found a ditch, put food in it, led the dog to the food, and when she started eating.........Boom!...with a deer rifle.

Edit: The shelters around here charge $75 to put down a dog. I'd rather use a $1.00 bullet. End Edit

I don't want to come across as an animal hater, because I'm not, but these are cheap and quick ways to off pesky ones. Just as a repellent, rat shot and a .22 works pretty well.

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My beloved pooch got into antifreeze, did nearly kill the poor guy. We put ipecac down his throat and then took him to the vet where he proceeded to puke everywhere. A week later he was allowed out of doggy hospital, a frailer, drugged up version.

So yeah, it would totally work.
Did your dog make a full recovery?

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Very sorry to hear about your fall Harvey! But glad you didn't get worse hurt!
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i have devised a plan using elastic from old underwear and spoons where you can build a trap to dispose of the dog.... all i need now is a red paperclip and some used dentine and i will ship it too you with detailed instructions on assembly..



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Glad to hear that you are ok... and to everyone with dogs. If your dog gets into anitfreeze get the dog really, really drunk!. The alcohol will compete with the ethylene glycol. Of course also get the dog to the vet as soon as possible but alcohol first.

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i have devised a plan using elastic from old underwear and spoons where you can build a trap to dispose of the dog.... all i need now is a red paperclip and some used dentine and i will ship it too you with detailed instructions on assembly..
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Glad to hear that you and your bike were able to make it home.

Now go get that irresponsible pet owner...

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Glad to hear that you and your bike were able to make it home.

Now go get that irresponsible pet owner...




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I'm practically a dog behavior expert. I'm a 24 year UPS delivery vetran.

I'll dig into this incident a little deaper. The blame starts with the owner of the FEMALE dog. She's in heat. Dogs are very good judges of speed and distance, remember that they are evolved from critters that had to hunt to survive. Well, all that good judgement goes out the window when it comes time to pass along one's genes. Those dogs were just being dogs. Can't really blame them. The female is going to give birth to a litter of unwanted muts in a couple of months. All of those poor unwanted creatures will be dealt with accordingly. All pet owners are responsible for their pet.

The owner of the dog that you hit, is responsible for the damages done to you and your bike. I don't know how hard it's going to be to get him to take responsibility, or how far you want to push it. Personally, I'd push it.

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Get well, 2 fingers on the front brake, ride again.
Maybe a dumb question but....

How fast do you need to be going to just cut a dog in half?

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Maybe a dumb question but....

How fast do you need to be going to just cut a dog in half?
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I'm practically a dog behavior expert. I'm a 24 year UPS delivery vetran.

I'll dig into this incident a little deaper. The blame starts with the owner of the FEMALE dog. She's in heat. Dogs are very good judges of speed and distance, remember that they are evolved from critters that had to hunt to survive. Well, all that good judgement goes out the window when it comes time to pass along one's genes. Those dogs were just being dogs. Can't really blame them. The female is going to give birth to a litter of unwanted muts in a couple of months. All of those poor unwanted creatures will be dealt with accordingly. All pet owners are responsible for their pet.

The owner of the dog that you hit, is responsible for the damages done to you and your bike. I don't know how hard it's going to be to get him to take responsibility, or how far you want to push it. Personally, I'd push it.

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Catch said dog, gut the little flipper, hang the mutt up by his gonads on the offending owners front door handle.
Leave knowing you have just ruined his families Christmas and that they will remember fido's demise each and every time they open a Christmas gift or see a Charlie Brown Special on TV for the next 10 years.
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Glad you made it, and are relatively ok. That's what doctors and insurance are there for!

As for the dog--I understand your frustration. But it ain't never ok to abuse, poison or otherwise kill an animal, unless you're hunting, euthanizing a critter humanely, or putting a dangerous animal down.

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Here's what I consider the correct answer. Run over the dog. I have learned to slow aggressively in a stright line and hit the offending animal.
I'm with this one. I might brake, but almost never swerve for an animal. This works with rabbits on the bicycle trail also. I'd much rather trust kinetic energy to keep me on my intended path than risk a curb, car or other obstacle. That being said, I can see where it's hard not to act instinctively.

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As for the dog--I understand your frustration. But it ain't never ok to abuse, poison or otherwise kill an animal, unless you're hunting, euthanizing a critter humanely, or putting a dangerous animal down.
Spoken like a true West Coaster. I lived in the Bay area for five years, and now that I'm in the Midwest, I carry much the same attitude as you and am often in the minority.

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If I was a real West Coaster, I'd take off options one and three!

And I grew up in a rural area, where animals were pretty disposable, then went to UC Davis to be a livestock vet. I ain't sentimental about puppies, b'lieve me--I've put sick animals down (via shotgun when necessary), and I've slaughtered my own meat. But I think it's good to have an ethic about treating animals respectfully, minority or no.

In any case, I'm glad the OP made it. Large animal strikes can be deadly, and swerving can compound the problem.

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Sorry about hearing you put the bike down. At least you lived to ride again.

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ok new plan involving a ski tow rope and a chew toy and some crazy glue and a 5 mile straightaway to get up speed...



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put it hit out on that danged dog

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Back where I used to live, dogs that roamed free like that and caused similar issues to this just simply disappeared.....

I was too young to know who eliminated the nuisance dogs but there were often lost dog flyers in the neighborhood and I remember more and more fences being put up to keep dogs in.

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sorry to hear about the getoff harvey.
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hey your not the only one and coincidentally the right side of my bike is ok... let me know if you or any of you need parts... i still have my wr3ck in the shed... i side swiped a jeep and compound fractured my fibia and tibia... skin grafts were necessary and now i got doctor bills and couldn't work the last two months... will sell parts or whole bike... it had 8000 on the odometer... let me know if anyone is interested... i can send pix... i hope you recover well and get your machine back up and running

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