Tens of thousands raised in horrific animal abuse case


Simple Man
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Sometimes.....ya just wanna hurt someone. Just donated.

Tens of thousands raised in horrific animal abuse case - Calgary - CBC News

Calgary Animal Abuse Fund | Indiegogo

Really really hope this fund helps find the douche that did this.
 
L Gilbert
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Yeah, this was posted somewhere already. What some people do to animals should be done to them.
 
Simple Man
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whoops...sorry for the double post.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Sometimes.....ya just wanna hurt someone. Just donated.

Tens of thousands raised in horrific animal abuse case - Calgary - CBC News

Calgary Animal Abuse Fund | Indiegogo

Really really hope this fund helps find the douche that did this.


Maybe folks are starting to catch on that animals are nicer than most people!
 
Simple Man
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The fundraising campaign is going nuts. It's gone up a couple grand in the last couple hours or so...
 
Simple Man
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Kinda sorry to bump this with this post but I am amazed at how the indiegogo campaign is ramping up. Yesterday afternoon it was thirty grand. By bedtime last night it was 34,000 or so...this am it was 36,000. In the last hour and a half it has jumped from 38,000 to 42,000.....that's wild to me.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Kinda sorry to bump this with this post but I am amazed at how the indiegogo campaign is ramping up. Yesterday afternoon it was thirty grand. By bedtime last night it was 34,000 or so...this am it was 36,000. In the last hour and a half it has jumped from 38,000 to 42,000.....that's wild to me.

you can keep bumping the post, no harm in that...it's updating
 
petros
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LMAO!!! All that money raised for an organization that puts animals down.

If you want to really help animals give your money to the SPCA.
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

LMAO!!! All that money raised for an organization that puts animals down.

If you want to really help animals give your money to the SPCA.

Did you read the campaign info? I think it speaks to people's empathy for the plight of an animal being subjected to the nightmare of being in the wrong place at the wrong time and becoming the unwilling target of some sick sonofabiatch subsequently dying a slow and tortuous death while the freak probably monitors their plight.

I think the campaign is about finding that person / persons. I hope they do.

Your comment is callous and telling.

Here's yer sign....
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Did you read the campaign info? I think it speaks to people's empathy for the plight of an animal being subjected to the nightmare of being in the wrong place at the wrong time and becoming the unwilling target of some sick sonofabiatch subsequently dying a slow and tortuous death while the freak probably monitors their plight.

I think the campaign is about finding that person / persons. I hope they do.

Your comment is callous and telling.

Here's yer sign....



No, whats callous and telling, is the fact that people will raise thousands upon thousands because an animal was killed, but have no problem what so ever with 64,000 plus abortions per year in Canada alone. That's callous and telling.
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryh View Post

No, whats callous and telling, is the fact that people will raise thousands upon thousands because an animal was killed, but have no problem what so ever with 64,000 plus abortions per year in Canada alone. That's callous and telling.

I think it has more to do with simply that the animal was killed in a manner that was intentionally cruel and for pleasure. I think it is partly that the animal is an innocent and was preyed upon by a cruel entity with an obviously twisted psyche looking for an outlet. Compound this with an image of the animal, that, through no fault of it's own is now forced to slowly die with no way to aid itself and no way to communicate it's plight......Fvkkin' awful is what.

The abortion issue is something else altogether in my mind. Many people in many situations with many justifications for their actions. I'd wager that these actions haunt a good many of these people forever, especially if they subsequently have children after the fact. The love for the children that they have must accentuate the sorrow in the actions they took in aborting a child, a sibling, previously. Hard to judge someone. I agree on the whole that it is wrong but it is a huge issue and I don't think the cause behind someone making such a decision is evil necessarily....not in intent anyway. Maybe evil as a premise, in the taking of a life, but I don't for one minute suspect that anyone making such a decision does so out of any twisted sense of pleasure.

I think it's a little presumptuous to assume a person would have no problem terminating a pregnancy. Perhaps in some cases but not as a blanket statement.

Apples and oranges.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

I think it has more to do with simply that the animal was killed in a manner that was intentionally cruel and for pleasure. I think it is partly that the animal is an innocent and was preyed upon by a cruel entity with an obviously twisted psyche looking for an outlet. Compound this with an image of the animal, that, through no fault of it's own is now forced to slowly die with no way to aid itself and no way to communicate it's plight......Fvkkin' awful is what.

The abortion issue is something else altogether in my mind. Many people in many situations with many justifications for their actions. I'd wager that these actions haunt a good many of these people forever, especially if they subsequently have children after the fact. The love for the children that they have must accentuate the sorrow in the actions they took in aborting a child, a sibling, previously. Hard to judge someone. I agree on the whole that it is wrong but it is a huge issue and I don't think the cause behind someone making such a decision is evil necessarily....not in intent anyway. Maybe evil as a premise, in the taking of a life, but I don't for one minute suspect that anyone making such a decision does so out of any twisted sense of pleasure.

I think it's a little presumptuous to assume a person would have no problem terminating a pregnancy. Perhaps in some cases but not as a blanket statement.

Apples and oranges.


Ya, I'm not surprised that the evisceration of a human baby would be apples and oranges to the cruel death of a dog. The dog should definitely come out on top. Besides, the baby isn't really a human, or a baby any ways. It's a "fetus" which is obviously well below the importance of a dog or cat.
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryh View Post

Ya, I'm not surprised that the evisceration of a human baby would be apples and oranges to the cruel death of a dog. The dog should definitely come out on top. Besides, the baby isn't really a human, or a baby any ways. It's a "fetus" which is obviously well below the importance of a dog or cat.

Two different emotions, two different situations, two different motivations. The impetus for one does not necessarily discount or nullify the worth or importance of the other any more than making an assumption that because there are great ills in the world we shouldn't respond in an empathetic manner over a lesser ill should we get the chance and are moved to do so.

You make your statements from a particular standpoint, as do I, Go back and read my previous post and consider that.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Did you read the campaign info? I think it speaks to people's empathy for the plight of an animal being subjected to the nightmare of being in the wrong place at the wrong time and becoming the unwilling target of some sick sonofabiatch subsequently dying a slow and tortuous death while the freak probably monitors their plight.

I think the campaign is about finding that person / persons. I hope they do.

Your comment is callous and telling.

Here's yer sign....

Money doesn't raise animals from the dead.
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Money doesn't raise animals from the dead.

No but money may well help nail the twisted fvkk that would find pleasure in abusing critters....which may be a prelude to abusing humans. Not too much of a stretch to progress from one to the other...I believe it may actually be documented.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

No but money may well help nail the twisted fvkk that would find pleasure in abusing critters....which may be a prelude to abusing humans. Not too much of a stretch to progress from one to the other...I believe it may actually be documented.


and tell me how raising money will help catch the person(s). Police not going to do their job without extra compensation? People that know something about this won't come forward without some kind of reward?
 
Simple Man
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How the hell would I know? Somebody knows somebody that heard something? Geezuz....it's like you guys trail around after Eyore and Schleprock......"Oh what's the use Pooh....it'll probably just rain anyway". Must be fun to party with y'all....

I find the concept of crowd funding intriguing. I find that people being moved enough to be compelled to donate to something like this is heartening. I suspect that you two could suck the life outa Richard Simmons. Could just be me though....I'm new here.
 
Goober
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Two different emotions, two different situations, two different motivations. The impetus for one does not necessarily discount or nullify the worth or importance of the other any more than making an assumption that because there are great ills in the world we shouldn't respond in an empathetic manner over a lesser ill should we get the chance and are moved to do so.

You make your statements from a particular standpoint, as do I, Go back and read my previous post and consider that.

Quite a number of years ago a cruise ship, in the Pacific was evacuated- fire or something. Anyhow, all were off the ship, a dog was left behind.
The hue and cry, the media stories, to raise funds to rescue the dog.
At that time if I recall correctly, it was over 50 K USD. They raised the funds, dog was rescued. And the world was safe.
1 USD per day feed a child. Do the math.
136 children fed for a year.
20 Kids for 7 years.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

How the hell would I know? Somebody knows somebody that heard something? Geezuz....it's like you guys trail around after Eyore and Schleprock......"Oh what's the use Pooh....it'll probably just rain anyway". Must be fun to party with y'all....

I find the concept of crowd funding intriguing. I find that people being moved enough to be compelled to donate to something like this is heartening. I suspect that you two could suck the life outa Richard Simmons. Could just be me though....I'm new here.

yeah you'll learn to put some fuk nuts on ignore...they have one song and one agenda...if you don't agree with their agenda they view you as less than human...don't sweat it

oh, one more thing, and they use any cause as a spring board for their agenda.
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by Goober View Post

Quite a number of years ago a cruise ship, in the Pacific was evacuated- fire or something. Anyhow, all were off the ship, a dog was left behind.
The hue and cry, the media stories, to raise funds to rescue the dog.
At that time if I recall correctly, it was over 50 K USD. They raised the funds, dog was rescued. And the world was safe.
1 USD per day feed a child. Do the math.
136 children fed for a year.
20 Kids for 7 years.

And I'm sure people do donate to those kids right? And people donate to cancer research. And people donate to this or to that......a donation to any given 'cause does not mean that we shouldn't simply because there are more pressing or "worthwhile" causes. Do you rain on peoples parades when they leave a tip for a waitress that has given good service...."hey buddy....you know how many kids in Africa that ten bucks could feed for a month?"

It's about what moves people from one instant to the next....what's wrong with that? One person actually donated 5000 bucks to this campaign. You'd have the nerve to tell him face to face he should have donated it to something else....something more worthwhile to you. Maybe he has....maybe I have.
 
Goober
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

And I'm sure people do donate to those kids right? And people donate to cancer research. And people donate to this or to that......a donation to any given 'cause does not mean that we shouldn't simply because there are more pressing or "worthwhile" causes. Do you rain on peoples parades when they leave a tip for a waitress that has given good service...."hey buddy....you know how many kids in Africa that ten bucks could feed for a month?"

It's about what moves people from one instant to the next....what's wrong with that? One person actually donated 5000 bucks to this campaign. You'd have the nerve to tell him face to face he should have donated it to something else....something more worthwhile to you. Maybe he has....maybe I have.

Now dont git all upset.
Just giving some perspective on people and how 1 issue can override others that in my opinion are far more significant.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by Sal View Post

yeah you'll learn to put some fuk nuts on ignore...they have one song and one agenda...if you don't agree with their agenda they view you as less than human...don't sweat it

oh, one more thing, and they use any cause as a spring board for their agenda.


what I find hilarious, are the dumb a$$'s that put people on ignore but feel it necessary to still attack them from behind a curtain. I guess it makes small people feel more superior and safer.

Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

How the hell would I know?


You're the one that stated it could help. All I asked was how. If you don't know how, then why state it will?
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by Goober View Post

Now dont git all upset.
Just giving some perspective on people and how 1 issue can override others that in my opinion are far more significant.

No worries and I do hear ya. I wasn't gettin' my panties all bunched up or nuthin. I save that for litterers and jaywalkers.

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryh View Post

what I find hilarious, are the dumb a$$'s that put people on ignore but feel it necessary to still attack them from behind a curtain. I guess it makes small people feel more superior and safer.




You're the one that stated it could help. All I asked was how. If you don't know how, then why state it will?

Did I say it would....'cause I meant it could. Split hairs much?
 
L Gilbert
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryh View Post

No, whats callous and telling, is the fact that people will raise thousands upon thousands because an animal was killed, but have no problem what so he idea that those peple tou tever with 64,000 plus abortions per year in Canada alone. That's callous and telling.

What gave you the idea that the people who donated to this fund don't care about the 64,000 that were killed? How would you know what they care about besides this issue?
I have a suggestion, gerry; how about not feeling with your head and thinking with your heart for a change?
And what's more is that rewards give people incentive to act. But you already answered your own questions asking how money would help catch the culprit.
Last edited by L Gilbert; Jan 19th, 2014 at 06:12 PM..
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

What gave you the idea that the people who donated to this fund don't care about the 64,000 that were killed? How would you know what they care about besides this issue?
I have a suggestion, gerry; how about not feeling with your head and thinking with your heart for a change?

Soo.....lol....

http://forums.canadiancontent.net/nh...m-canucks.html
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

LMAO!!! All that money raised for an organization that puts animals down.

If you want to really help animals give your money to the SPCA.


There's lots of controversy about them too. The woman I bought my dog from made it plain that if for some reason a time came when we couldn't keep the dog, she wanted it back before giving it to the S.P.C.A. Mind you I'm not sure if the S.P.C.A. is the problem, but more likely the idea it just doesn't get enough funding.
 
B00Mer
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Meh, let me catch this fukker and I'll muzzle his nose and mouth.. with Gorilla Tape..

Again, Canada does not have good laws against animal cruelty, compared to the USA and Texas..

I'm so friggen tired of Liberal Justice.. NOW this is justice..

You know what a coyote is?? Not the animal, but human smuggling kind..

Coyotes will force illegals to carry drugs, rape the girls, rob the immigrants and leave them for dead. People are just merchandise.

I knew this guy who was coming into the USA illegally, and the he was in Oceanside, CA in some house. He was able to call me asking for help..

I drove down there in a hurry, went to location and all the illegals ran in different direction.. my buddy was sitting on the floor..

The Coyote had raped and sodomized a girl only 13 years old and when my friend tried to stop him, 3 guys beat him almost to death..

They took the girl away from the house, I could never find what happen to her.. we tried.. even my friends in Mexico tried.

I flew my buddy on a private plane to Los Angeles and got him to the hospital immediately.

The Coyote knew I was coming for him and ran across the border into Mexico.. tisk tisk.

You see in the USA all I could do is get the guy arrested.. in Mexico, $1500 basically will get a guy killed but fast by military or even police..

It was the best spent $1500 of my life.

That's justice..
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Meh, let me catch this fukker and I'll muzzle his nose and mouth.. with Gorilla Tape..

Again, Canada does not have good laws against animal cruelty, compared to the USA and Texas..

I'm so friggen tired of Liberal Justice.. NOW this is justice..

You know what a coyote is?? Not the animal, but human smuggling kind..

Coyotes will force illegals to carry drugs, rape the girls, rob the immigrants and leave them for dead. People are just merchandise.

I knew this guy who was coming into the USA illegally, and the he was in Oceanside, CA in some house. He was able to call me asking for help..

I drove down there in a hurry, went to location and all the illegals ran in different direction.. my buddy was sitting on the floor..

The Coyote had raped and sodomized a girl only 13 years old and when my friend tried to stop him, 3 guys beat him almost to death..

They took the girl away from the house, I could never find what happen to her.. we tried.. even my friends in Mexico tried.

I flew my buddy on a private plane to Los Angeles and got him to the hospital immediately.

The Coyote knew I was coming for him and ran across the border into Mexico.. tisk tisk.

You see in the USA all I could do is get the guy arrested.. in Mexico, $1500 basically will get a guy killed but fast by military or even police..

It was the best spent $1500 of my life.

That's justice..

Somehow.....and not by the captian america smiley...I'm gonna go ahead and guess you ride.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post

Somehow.....and not by the captian america smiley...I'm gonna go ahead and guess you ride.

You gonna guess right.. but I own a Big Rig and working on 2 more this year, so my main ride is a 2006 Peterbilt.

I'll say one thing... USA prices are a fukk of a lot better than Canadian..

Used Motorcycle For Sale, Used Harley Davidson Motorcycles For Sale in Houston, Dallas, Texas



This is just down the road from where I live..
 
Simple Man
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

You gonna guess right.. but I own a Big Rig and working on 2 more this year, so my main ride is a 2006 Peterbilt.

I'll say one thing... USA prices are a fukk of a lot better than Canadian.

Used Motorcycle For Sale, Used Harley Davidson Motorcycles For Sale in Houston, Dallas, Texas



This is just down the road from where I live..

I'm in the Yukon in Canada. Not gonna see that price up here for a first year twin cam never mind a 2010. Not that I could afford it anyway..lol...had to build mine from a wreck in Alaska. My oldest boy and I build.


Mine...scratchbuilt frame & most everything else 'cept the wheels and running gear. Front end is a 2005 Yamaha crotch rocket.
 

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