Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs

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Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs

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Detroit has an estimated 50,000 dogs running wild a common theme in all third world economies.

Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-2 ... -literally
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Let the Chinese open a furrier, there. Problem solved.
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At least we know that enterprising people will have something to eat, come the collapse.
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They could easily be rounded up and put down, but there's no money for this anymore.
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+1 to Teal and Cornfed. Eye on the $$$ !

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Re: Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs

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Taco wrote:Detroit has an estimated 50,000 dogs running wild a common theme in all third world economies.

Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-2 ... -literally
Ironically, Detroit has acquired third-world status. Why do I say that? ....because when I was in Chile (in a small
impoverished region of the country) and even Perú, packs of dogs stay running around the streets gnawing
away at smaller dogs or oversized humans that look like their next meal.

Some street dogs in Perú and Chile tried to make me their dinn-dinn but that wasn't happening!
Thank goodness that pitbulls don't exist as wild undomesticated street dogs in S. America or it's game over for
bigger people like me walking down the street.

This is why the next time I go to an impoverished Latin American country, I'm buying a "macheta" before going
into the barrio because I need that protection yet I cannot stand the tourist districts! Entiende??
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Re: Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs

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E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:
Taco wrote:Detroit has an estimated 50,000 dogs running wild a common theme in all third world economies.

Detroit Has Gone To The Dogs
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-2 ... -literally
Ironically, Detroit has acquired third-world status. Why do I say that? ....because when I was in Chile (in a small
impoverished region of the country) and even Perú, packs of dogs stay running around the streets gnawing
away at smaller dogs or oversized humans that look like their next meal.

Some street dogs in Perú and Chile tried to make me their dinn-dinn but that wasn't happening!
Thank goodness that pitbulls don't exist as wild undomesticated street dogs in S. America or it's game over for
bigger people like me walking down the street.

This is why the next time I go to an impoverished Latin American country, I'm buying a "macheta" before going
into the barrio because I need that protection yet I cannot stand the tourist districts! Entiende??
The stray dogs in the Philippines are pretty friendly but must of them do have mange and worms pretty bad. When a family doesn't have anything to eat they'll just go catch a dog and have it for dinner so they do provide a useful service to those in need.
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Post by Hero »

There were a lot of stray dogs in Odessa too. They made me nervous. Any one of them could have had rabies and there was nothing to stop them from chomping my ass.
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E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:
This is why the next time I go to an impoverished Latin American country, I'm buying a "macheta" before going
into the barrio because I need that protection yet I cannot stand the tourist districts! Entiende??
http://tatong.deviantart.com/art/Machet ... -170631922
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Hero wrote:There were a lot of stray dogs in Odessa too. They made me nervous. Any one of them could have had rabies and there was nothing to stop them from chomping my a**.
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Post by C.J. »

Detroit was a 3rd world mudhole in the 70s. Watched a news broadcast from '72...most of Detroit STILL looked like a tornado hit it, and residents were too lazy to clean up. :lol:
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Where did all the stray Pit Bulls come from? was it the Blackman? :D
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