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Not sure what the fuss is over the lady wating a new dog. Small dogs are at least fairly cute and big dogs are annoying slobbering beasts. If she can get some money for the old dog then she should. Obviously in a year or so she can do it again too, not sure how much dogs costs old and young but she could do lright out of it maybe?
 

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Not sure what the fuss is over the lady wating a new dog. Small dogs are at least fairly cute and big dogs are annoying slobbering beasts. If she can get some money for the old dog then she should. Obviously in a year or so she can do it again too, not sure how much dogs costs old and young but she could do lright out of it maybe?
Dogs would murder for you. Don't sell them on when you want a younger model.

My last dog cost £250, she was fucking ace. I chucked £1500+ at her on vets fees before she passed. She was the best friend I ever had, and a better burglar alarm than anything you might plug into an electric socket. Under no circumstances would I have sold her on, even if I did want another dog. Same too with the dog I had before, she would have killed for me, the old lass.

That woman is a cunt. She turned her back on an animal that would be there for her at all times. Fuck her.
 
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Dogs would murder for you. Don't sell them on when you want a younger model.

My last dog cost £250, she was fucking ace. I chucked £1500+ at her on vests fees before she passed. She was the best friend I ever had, and a better burglar alarm than anything you might plug into an electric socket. Under no circumstances would I have sold her on, even if I did want another dog. Same too with the dog I had before, she would have killed for me, the old lass.

That woman is a cunt. She turned her back on an animal that would be there for her at all times. Fuck her.

More meat on bigger ones so if she doesn't get a buyer she could have a BBQ.
 
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So hearing a woman describe how her she found her 10 month old baby daughter dead after her boyfriend raped the baby to death didn't bother you, but a dog being put up for sale by a selfish owner who wanted a new puppy instead did? :lol: I am guessing/hoping you missed the post about the baby rape on this page.
I missed that post, but I'm desensitized to that shit. Both getting tortured bugs me, but animals being harmed really gets to me more than humans (no psychopath). Animals is like a 10 while humans is around 8-7 if you want to put a bullshit number to it.
 
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Dogs would murder for you. Don't sell them on when you want a younger model.

My last dog cost £250, she was fucking ace. I chucked £1500+ at her on vests fees before she passed. She was the best friend I ever had, and a better burglar alarm than anything you might plug into an electric socket. Under no circumstances would I have sold her on, even if I did want another dog. Same too with the dog I had before, she would have killed for me, the old lass.

That woman is a cunt. She turned her back on an animal that would be there for her at all times. Fuck her.
Yeah, we paid a lot of money for our dogs in vet bills, especially the one that had cancer and passed. Dogs are like eternal babies. It's fucking disgusting to betray the trust they put on you. As you said, they'll die for you at the drop of a hat.
 
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http://www.darkhistories.com/josh-maddux-the-boy-in-the-chimney/

18-year-old Josh Maddux went for a walk on May 8th, 2008. He vanished.

In August 2015, less than a mile from Josh's home, Chuck Murphy was demolishing his old wood cabin to make way for a property development. The cabin hadn’t been used in years and inside was damp, the stuffy space smelt badly of rot. As they tore down the chimney, they made a grim discovery. Crammed inside the brickwork lay the mummified body of Joshua Maddux.

The Maddux family were stunned when the news of the discovery of Josh’s body was delivered. His sister Kate said:

“The situation doesn’t make any sense at all. We were really expecting him to be anywhere else in the world and he was actually very close. The only thing we can figure is he was being an 18-year-old kid, checking out a cabin — it had already been abandoned for a long time — and a horrible accident happened.”

Al Born, the Teller County coroner undertook an autopsy and found no evidence of any drugs in Josh’s system.

“It was not an instant death. How he died is only a matter of speculation, but we know he did not starved to death because that takes many weeks. So then you go down the chain and you have dehydration, which can take just a few days and the other thing would be hypothermia, which could take a day or two. We have no evidence to say which one came first.”

Eventually, on the 28th September 2015, after failing to find any rational cause, Born made a ruling of “Accidental Death”. Born suggested that Josh had climbed down the chimney and become lodged in the brickwork. He concluded the most likely cause of death was Hypothermia, as the temperature around the time of his disappearance had dropped to -6 Celsius at it’s coldest. Chuck Murphy, however, found this conclusion to be far from satisfactory.

Immediately following the ruling, Chuck questioned the Coroner’s conclusion of accidental death. Born had stated that Josh’s position in the chimney “appeared to have been a voluntary act in order to gain access”, however when he heard that, Chuck made a testimony stating that this would, in fact, have been impossible. The chimney had been built twenty years previous and during its construction, had been fitted with a steel rebar, a large, thick wire mesh hung from steel hooks used to keep animals and debris from becoming lodged inside the chimney or from entering the cabin itself. Murphy spoke openly about the rebar, stating that:

It was not only the rebar that caused doubt however, there were, in fact, several other pieces of information which failed to make any sense to Murphy and had led him to doubt the coroner’s report. The dots just weren’t connecting.

There was, for one thing, the mysterious shifting of a large wooden breakfast bar that had been torn from a wall in the kitchen and dragged over to block the Chimney from inside the cabin. This fact was probably the very reason that Chuck himself had not noticed anything unusual about the chimney in the first place. However, the question remained that if the Breakfast bar had been torn from the wall, then who had done it and why?

Josh’s body had also been found in a fetal position, with his legs above his head, and disjointed from his torso. In order to have gotten into such a position, he would have had to have entered the chimney head first. This was a fairly unusual position and Born had earlier commented that he thought it would have taken two people to position him in such a way.

There was also one final question that lingered with Chuck and it concerned no small detail. When Josh’s body had been found, he had removed all of his clothing, he had been found wearing only a thin thermal shirt. This would already strike one as unusual, however, his clothes had actually been found inside the cabin, folded up next to the fireplace. This, the fact hadn’t escaped Born however, he was well aware of the clothing and remarked about them:

“This one really taxed our brains. We found his clothing just outside the firebox. He only had on a thermal t-shirt. We don’t know why he took his clothes off, took his shoes and socks off, and why he went outside, climbed on the roof and went down the chimney. It was not linear thinking.”

Murphy remained convinced that the death of Joshua Maddux had been no accident. As it happened, Al Born had mentioned that several calls had been made to both the police and Coroners office, suggesting leads and naming suspects that had bragged of killing Josh.

There was one main suspect, though he remained unnamed, he was now spending time in a Texas jail and had previous time in Seattle and Portland prisons with a long list of violent criminal behaviour. The tips had told Born of how he was, apparently the last man to have been seen with Josh, but Born could not place him at the crime scene. When speaking of the man, he said:

“They can’t give me times and specifics and we can’t generate stuff that goes back seven years.”

He also doubted that the man would have been able to have positioned Josh in the chimney in such a position alone.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_Lemke

Leslie Lemke was born prematurely in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1952. As a complication of his premature birth, he developed retinal problems, then glaucoma, and his eyes had to be surgically removed in the first months of life. He also had brain damage and cerebral palsy. His birth mother gave him up for adoption, and the county asked May Lemke, a nurse-governess, if she would take Lemke into her receiving home. He was 12 before he learned to stand, and 15 before he learned to walk.

Though social services had warned May Lemke that Leslie was likely to die, she maintained that he would not die under her care. To feed him, May sometimes placed cereal on his tongue and stroked his throat to encourage him to swallow. It was a year before Leslie could chew food on his own. It took years of constant care before this changed. During this time, he could sing somewhat and repeat some phrases, but was not conversant, and was distant and unemotional. He could repeat verbatim and in the exact tone what he had heard, including, "Foster mother has done well, but the time will come when institutional placement will be necessary." To teach him to walk, the approximately four and a half foot May devised a strap system by which Leslie could be supported while he walked with her.

When Leslie was 7, Joe and May Lemke obtained a piano for him, with May placing her hands over his to play some simple tunes. Soon Leslie was playing these tunes on the piano and used other instruments such as drums, accordion, and chord organ. Even though his spasticity was so severe that he could not hold eating utensils, this handicap disappeared when playing the piano. By age 12 Leslie was playing the piano and singing songs he had heard for hours on end. Though he had not often heard classical music, when he was about 14, his foster parents awoke in the middle of the night to Leslie flawlessly playing Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto no. 1, which he had heard on television that night. Leslie was soon playing all styles of music, from ragtime to classical.

By 1980, Leslie was regularly giving concerts in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. His newfound fame gained him invitations to television shows such as CBC's Man Alive, the CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes, and That's Incredible! In 1983, ABC broadcast The Woman Who Willed a Miracle, a drama about Leslie and his adoptive mother. It starred Cloris Leachman as May Lemke.
May Lemke was an amazing woman.
 
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http://culturecrossfire.com/etc/unsolved-mysteries-vol-1/#.Vd81fvZViko

Alex Mengel
In February of 1985 a Yonkers, New York police officer named Gary Stymiloski pulled over Alex Mengel for a routine traffic stop. Mengel and his friends had been away shooting and had shotgun shells exposed in his car. This prompted the officer to return to the squad car and request backup. When help arrived Stymiloski was discovered dead in his vehicle, a victim of a single shotgun wound to the head. Mengel abandoned his own car soon after.


The next day Beverly Capone was reported missing from Mount Vernon, New York. Mengel had abducted her, killed her and then headed for Canada in Capone’s car. Police spotted Mengel in Toronto and pursued him by vehicle. Mengel crashed Capone’s car while trying to escape and was arrested. Inside of the car was the scalp of his victim. The rest of her body was discovered in a wooded area soon after. The police assume he scalped Capone in order to use her hair as a wig to go through the border as a woman. Further credence is lent to this belief courtesy of a girl in Skaneateles, New York who told the cops that a person in lipstick and an ill fitting wig attempted to abduct her during the same time that Mengel was heading for Canada. At least one other person came forward and claimed that Mengel attempted to kidnap her the previous summer.

While going through Mengel’s belongings, five photos of women were found in his car, along with a map of Pennsylvania with Harrisburg circled and several X’s marked. The police have never identified the women and cannot conclusively say whether they were also victims of Mengel’s depravity.

Two months after his arrest Mengel attempted to wrangle a gun from an officer and ended up shot to death.

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Marion Parker
12 year old Marion Parker was the daughter of a wealthy Los Angeles banker. In December of 1927 a man showed up at the school where Parker attended and urgently demanded to see her under the guise that her father had been in an accident. By the time the school realized that the story wasn’t on the up and up it was too late and Marion was gone.

Over the next few days a man who simply called himself “The Fox” began to send a series of letters threatening harm to Marion if the family did not pay a large ransom. Finally Marion’s father came to an agreement to meet the kidnapper in downtown L.A. during the night. When the “Fox” arrived, Mr. Parker could see his daughter sitting upright in the passenger seat of the darkened car. After taking the money, “The Fox” shoved Marion out of the vehicle and sped away. Mr. Parker was horrified to find that his daughter was in fact dead, with her legs and arms cut off and her eyes sewn open in order to pass as alive during the ransom exchange. During the next few days bits of her body and organs were found dumped all over L.A.

The police quickly narrowed the list of suspected down and believed that a former employee of Mr. Parker named William Hickman was the culprit. He was arrested soon after, convicted by the courts and executed in San Quentin prison.
 
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http://culturecrossfire.com/etc/unsolved-mysteries-vol-1/#.Vd81fvZViko

Alex Mengel
In February of 1985 a Yonkers, New York police officer named Gary Stymiloski pulled over Alex Mengel for a routine traffic stop. Mengel and his friends had been away shooting and had shotgun shells exposed in his car. This prompted the officer to return to the squad car and request backup. When help arrived Stymiloski was discovered dead in his vehicle, a victim of a single shotgun wound to the head. Mengel abandoned his own car soon after.


The next day Beverly Capone was reported missing from Mount Vernon, New York. Mengel had abducted her, killed her and then headed for Canada in Capone’s car. Police spotted Mengel in Toronto and pursued him by vehicle. Mengel crashed Capone’s car while trying to escape and was arrested. Inside of the car was the scalp of his victim. The rest of her body was discovered in a wooded area soon after. The police assume he scalped Capone in order to use her hair as a wig to go through the border as a woman. Further credence is lent to this belief courtesy of a girl in Skaneateles, New York who told the cops that a person in lipstick and an ill fitting wig attempted to abduct her during the same time that Mengel was heading for Canada. At least one other person came forward and claimed that Mengel attempted to kidnap her the previous summer.

While going through Mengel’s belongings, five photos of women were found in his car, along with a map of Pennsylvania with Harrisburg circled and several X’s marked. The police have never identified the women and cannot conclusively say whether they were also victims of Mengel’s depravity.

Two months after his arrest Mengel attempted to wrangle a gun from an officer and ended up shot to death.

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Marion Parker
12 year old Marion Parker was the daughter of a wealthy Los Angeles banker. In December of 1927 a man showed up at the school where Parker attended and urgently demanded to see her under the guise that her father had been in an accident. By the time the school realized that the story wasn’t on the up and up it was too late and Marion was gone.

Over the next few days a man who simply called himself “The Fox” began to send a series of letters threatening harm to Marion if the family did not pay a large ransom. Finally Marion’s father came to an agreement to meet the kidnapper in downtown L.A. during the night. When the “Fox” arrived, Mr. Parker could see his daughter sitting upright in the passenger seat of the darkened car. After taking the money, “The Fox” shoved Marion out of the vehicle and sped away. Mr. Parker was horrified to find that his daughter was in fact dead, with her legs and arms cut off and her eyes sewn open in order to pass as alive during the ransom exchange. During the next few days bits of her body and organs were found dumped all over L.A.

The police quickly narrowed the list of suspected down and believed that a former employee of Mr. Parker named William Hickman was the culprit. He was arrested soon after, convicted by the courts and executed in San Quentin prison.
Those named "Mengel" tend to not turn out so well.