Over and over I notice this small group of festering miserable “people” (and I use that term loosely.) just knowing deep down in their bones that they will encounter a vicious pit bull.
FoolishFolliestoo (a freakin’ awesome website) pointed out these peoples absolute paranoia.
Let’s come back down to reality-
While those sad,delusional people worry about dogs, I worry about other things.
I worry about women getting assaulted in front of their child in a public place- take a look at the media report.
I get worried when the Chief of Police states:
“There is a moral and social breakdown in the fabric of our society which is clearly evident when a woman gets pummeled in broad daylight in front of her child while a dozen people pull out their phones to record the incident instead of calling for help,” Pelura said. “There is so little regard for human life — by the actor and the bystanders.”
I get worried when I watch the news and hear about a angry entitled young man shooting up a school because… He couldn’t get a date? -Story here- As a mother of two daughters, things like that concern me far more than what kind of dog someone has.
I am more worried about the rise in school shootings far more then what kind of dog someone has thousands of miles away.
I am more worried about the unregistered sex offenders that are roaming the streets than I am about thousands of innocent pit bulls who are marinating with their family.
I worry more about war,gas prices, rising cost in utilities, if California will collapse in the ocean, the summer heat, pesticides spraying our food, wild fires, house fires, being late, being to early, what’s for dinner, what’s not for dinner- I worry pretty much about everything MORE than the thousands and thousands of pit bulls who have not hurt a soul.
My heart breaks for a friend’s dog who was brutally killed yesterday far more than your irrational fear of a dog you’ve never met.
The reality is- someone will lose a child,a mother,father, a sister, a brother, a grandparent, a aunt, a uncle, a cousin and friend every day from violence or Illness that has absolutely nothing to do with a pit bull.
And that folks- is Reality.