Jun 26 2013 Published by drugmonkey under #FWDAOTI
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Here I thought this blog was about science and whatnot. I understand that the video may have been a spoof, but it's in poor taste. It perpetuates a baseless belief, one not supported in evidence, that pitbulls are vicious attack dogs and killers by nature.
How this has anything to do with "careerism in science" or "the science of drug use" is beyond me.
Oh there's a baseless belief not supported by the evidence afoot, all right.
It perpetuates a baseless belief, one not supported in evidence, that pitbulls are vicious attack dogs and killers by nature.
What you need to understand is that this "DrugMonkey" blogger is actually a bichon apologist. He knows that pit bulls are cute loving harmless creatures who wouldn't hurt a fly except in exceedingly rare cases, and in all of those cases it is clearly nothing more than a case of bad owners. He posts about how dangerous pit bulls are solely to deflect attention from the endless bichon carnage.
I hated that movie.
"Oh there's a baseless belief not supported by the evidence afoot, all right."
All right? No, it's not all right. 😉
Lol @Ren. This post isnt tagged "careerism in science". It's tagged #FWDAOTI and I'd say it succeeded
"This post isnt (sic) tagged "careerism in science"."
No, but the description of the blog is.
"It's tagged #FWDAOTI and I'd say it succeeded"
Pretty much, yeah.
... the endless bichon carnage.
We've been through this, dumbasse. The biased media frequently calls them bichons when they are clearly Yorkshire terriers. Any vet could tell you that.
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