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« on: Apr 18, 2009 at 14:50 »

I do not care what you can spare...go to the website (www.friendsoftheanima ls.net<www.gregbifflefoundat ion.com) Friends of the Animals (www.friendsoftheanima ls.net
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« Reply #1 on: Apr 18, 2009 at 15:20 »

Dear. SIR/MADAM,

My name is Cash Brinker only son of late General Ponzi Brinker, Ex-Military
head of State of Ivory Coast who was murdered along with the Interior
Minister Bud Tarken on the 16th of April 2009. Also injured in this most evil attack,
was a rabid black lab that can no longer remembered its most honored name.
The present Government has frozen our bank accounts and all assets seized.
Even our framed and matted treasures. Jane Dog will surely die.

It is in view of this that I seek your co-operation and assistance in
the transfer of the sum of $37 only, by Paypal most preferred.

I need your full support and co-operation for the success of this transaction.
I plead with you to treat this issue confidential and urgent because I've posted it on 17 other
message boards.

I wait to hear from you

Cash Brinker

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« Reply #2 on: Apr 18, 2009 at 17:23 »

He just could nto resist...just living up to his slogan...

In all seriousness, thanks for your help.

Brinker
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 18, 2009 at 20:56 »

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If you know anyone who might be able to help out with this poor little girl

OK - regardless of the situation, this is a stretch.
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 18, 2009 at 22:03 »

You know what..Admin please remove this post...

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« Reply #5 on: Apr 19, 2009 at 13:21 »

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If you know anyone who might be able to help out with this poor little girl

OK - regardless of the situation, this is a stretch.

BV, we know it's a stretch for you, since you don't like dogs.
However, I think Brink did a great thing, and I'm planning on calling the vets on Monday.

I meant to yesterday Brink, but we had a cousin's wedding and things got a little wild so I didin't get it done.
Will tomorrow, promise.

Thanks for what you did for the dog.  I woulda done the same thing.
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« Reply #6 on: Apr 19, 2009 at 13:49 »

Always good to have a backup plan too.

http://www.taxidermy.net/

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« Reply #7 on: Apr 19, 2009 at 14:52 »

Hey man I did something I know you would not do.  I really hope we are able to meet someday to discuss our differences.

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« Reply #9 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 08:04 »

Hey man I did something I know you would not do.  I really hope we are able to meet someday to discuss our differences.

Brinker

The world definitely needs people with different views and interests, without a doubt.  Being a person with different views, a sentence with a statement about helping a "poor little girl" is the sensationalism that seems to go along with crusading causes.  I certainly wasn't offended, just putting in my .02.

In resposne to one Mr. Otismalibu - something came up a few weeks ago at the BV household.  I don't recall exactly how it came up, but I humorously proposed, to the family, how it would be a win/win to have the dog stuffed.  Stay with me here.  He could be in the house all the time, they could pet him whenever they want, he wouldn't be scratchy from his allergies, no more dog hair all over the house, less vacuming, we wouldn't need to buy dog food, grooming, vet care, etc.  We could even pose him with his front paws crossed with his rawhide bone.  How many more points could you possibly need to support a position?

After that, something came up, something trivial, where me and Mrs. BV both thought we were right.  I said "I'll bet you".  She sgreed so we started discussign the stakes.  I said "if I'm right we get the dog stuffed".  Both of the kids were immediately "mommy, mommy don't bet don't bet".  It was pretty funny.  Let's just say daddy went "all in" and I pushed them off the hand, so to speak.

Then, we were on vacation over spring break.  The kids were in the pool talking to this lady with a toddler.  It had been 10 or 15 minutes.  I went over there and said to the lady "they aren't asking you for money or anything are they"?  She said "no, they were telling me how their mean dad wants to have their dog stuffed".  They were selling me down the river to a complete stranger.  Pretty funny.
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« Reply #10 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 08:11 »

Haha, good story.

Good thing that lady wasn't one of those self-righteous, busy-body types, she'd have been calling CPS over the horror and mental anguish the poor little BVites had to suffer.
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BV, we know it's a stretch for you, since you don't like dogs.
However, I think Brink did a great thing, and I'm planning on calling the vets on Monday.

I do like dogs.  I like dogs that belong to other people.  Pet them for a few minutes and it's all good.  I'm all done being a pet owner.  I think I mentioned this, we had two dogs that were our 1st set of children.  I did it, it was fun, now I'm over it.  We had an older house and in 6 years the carpet went from brand new to completely trashed, which was fine.  We sold the hosue OK, but I'm not going down that path again.

Having said that, they are pets and in the most simple meaning of the word dog, they are dogs.  Personally, my maximum pain tolerance is about $500 per injury.  If our dog blows out a knee, it's all over.  I mean, he is a dog, right?

It sounds harsh, but it's what it is.

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« Reply #12 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 09:06 »

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Thanks for what you did for the dog.  I woulda done the same thing.

Even for Joey Porter's dogs?

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« Reply #13 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 09:22 »

Haha, good story.

Good thing that lady wasn't one of those self-righteous, busy-body types, she'd have been calling CPS over the horror and mental anguish the poor little BVites had to suffer.


Unfortunately for the little BVites, that is the least of their mental anguish and suffering!!!!!!  LOL

One daughter was at the dentist on Friday.  Had a baby tooth causing some pain, so the doc popped out that one and one next to it.  As she was getting the topical numbing stuff (pre-novicane shot), I asked her if I could do it.  There was sheer terror in her eyes and an emphatic no.  The doc played along and asked her if I could do it if he showed me how etc etc.  No dice.  It was pretty funny. 
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« Reply #14 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 09:25 »

Haha, good story.

Good thing that lady wasn't one of those self-righteous, busy-body types, she'd have been calling CPS over the horror and mental anguish the poor little BVites had to suffer.


Unfortunately for the little BVites, that is the least of their mental anguish and suffering!!!!!!  LOL

One daughter was at the dentist on Friday.  Had a baby tooth causing some pain, so the doc popped out that one and one next to it.  As she was getting the topical numbing stuff (pre-novicane shot), I asked her if I could do it.  There was sheer terror in her eyes and an emphatic no.  The doc played along and asked her if I could do it if he showed me how etc etc.  No dice.  It was pretty funny. 

If you cannot torture your kids, what fun is left in being a parent Smiley
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« Reply #15 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 09:32 »

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« Reply #16 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 14:11 »

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Thanks for what you did for the dog.  I woulda done the same thing.

Even for Joey Porter's dogs?



Actually, yeah.  Miniature horses aren't really  horses.  They're mutants, and probably aliens if we were to investigate further.

So, BV, how much would you pay if one of your kids got hurt?  More than $500?
Cause I wouldn't pay that much for a kid.  But for one of the dogs or horses, I wouldn't hesitate.
I wouldn't necessarily ask any of you assholes to chip in, but that's me.  I don't ask you to chip in for my student loans either.
I will, however, generously donate to the MGS fund if and when I ever win the lottery. 

I think it's cool that Brinker went out of his way to rescue the dog.  And he's not asking anyone for $500.  He's asking if anyone can spare some coin, if they're interested.  No real need to comment if you're not interested, unless it's Oat being a dick to Brinker, cause we all expect that.

Yeah, I'm probably being a bitch by saying that, but like none of you expected that from me...
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« Reply #17 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 14:19 »

And those are the days of our lives like sands through the hourglass as the world turns here at MGS hospital.
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« Reply #18 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 14:24 »

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« Reply #19 on: Apr 20, 2009 at 14:27 »

Amen sister...and for those of you who are interested...I do not care if it is just $5.00 please call Carolina Veterinary Specialists @ 704-949-1100

Thanks again...

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So, BV, how much would you pay if one of your kids got hurt?  More than $500?

Good point.  Euthanization of a kid requiring > $500 of medical care is accompanied by prison time.  So, technically, I would pay > than $500 for a kid, but I can get it back from them in some way.  Mostly in the form of doing dishes, taking out trash and other various forms of child labor at this point.


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I think it's cool that Brinker went out of his way to rescue the dog.  And he's not asking anyone for $500.  He's asking if anyone can spare some coin, if they're interested.  No real need to comment if you're not interested, unless it's Oat being a dick to Brinker, cause we all expect that.

I have no problem floating some help here.  I kind of wish I had the "helping spirit" in me, but I don't.  My $.02 was the characterization of saving a "poor little girl".  Definitely nit-picky on my behalf.

I should post a picture of Dum Dum (no not Otis).  You guys would really think I'm a complete bastard, more so than currently, becasue he is a cute dog.

I have some old stand-up comedy of Dennis Miller, before he became so political.  One line of this show "If I could talk to the animals . . . . I wouldn't becasue they are fucking animals".  Maybe that's what I'm trying to say.


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