This was one of saddest moments of my childhood.
the worst is unsaid, of course. frontier life is rough, and meat hard to come by. :(
i know you CAN eat rabid animals, what I mean is, wouldn't you be likely to contract rabies yourself by prepping and eating them?
Jet Bin Fever
And well to answer the question, considering you would first have to skin and separate it with a sharp knife, the chances of accidentally cutting your skin and getting body fluids in the cut are pretty high.
|Oscar Wildcat |
Man, I hate barking dogs. Big or small, there is no worse neighbor. Pop a cap in the beast's head and call it a day, no?
Why, is a gun your answer to that problem too? Want to shoot a Senator while you're at it?
I'm kidding, my fursona is Lay's Queso Dip in a Can.
I said canine son, not swine! Don't mock our constitutional right to be mass murdering wingnuts. If the founding fathers had wanted us _not_ to have assault rifles, they would have had the good sense to just spell it out in there. In those amendment things. Or somewhere. I don't know. Why are you looking at me like that?
Kroger offers Old Yeller brand dog food.
That is all.
Well, you have to do these things because by then it's no longer your dog anymore - if you don't bite the bullet, so to speak things may get seriously out of control.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
This is where Disney got things right. Does anybody have the balls these days to make a movie for kids with such a sad ending? I don't see a lot of kids movies, but I suspect that they wouldn't survive the test screenings. Even with jokes about getting hit in the balls, I suspect that kids movies are actually more sanitized now.
My 5th grade teacher read me Where The Red Fern Grows the same year I saw this, so it never really had that much an effect on me. It is intense though.
I don't remember this part of "Air Bud".
While you're at it, shoot that dumb little kid.
I jest. This is very sad.
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