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How Would a Man Handle This Situation?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rachel Klingberg Jun 8, 2011. 28 Replies

My sister has an elderly dog; she is/was getting deaf, she was arthritic...just in bad shape. They left her loose outside and yesterday something got her...tore her up pretty badly, tore one leg…Continue

Man Gives Life to Save Pregnant Wife

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jess Sep 15, 2010. 14 Replies

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Is there an age limit for the cutesy little girl act?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marlie Aug 23, 2010. 16 Replies

Ok, to start off, let me just say that I do not think any woman deserves to be mistreated no matter how she dresses.. BUT, I do think that she can set up expectations that she is willing to do/be…Continue

After Breast Cancer Surgery

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian M Oct 14, 2010. 38 Replies

Hi, first, I am a woman, sorry..LOL I know that some of you would rather we were not here but..here I am. I wanted to get your opinion on this. Scenario: You have been married for over twenty years,…Continue

 

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Jess replied to Matthew J Dorry's discussion Realization of a disturbing fact: I don't have a positive view of women.
"get rid of the porn or get help to stop using it. Step one. I am not saying all porn is bad but you admit it helps you to depersonalize women. You have unreasonable expectations fueled at least in part by overindulgence. Then try to stop looking at…"
Jan 31, 2013
Jess replied to benjamin mark edward may's discussion asking a shy and nervous girl out
"try this: one day after school, just walk up to her and say "Hey, I am going to grab a snack at XYZ, you want to come too? I'll buy!". if she says no, just say "Ok, maybe you can come next time?" and go on...she may really…"
Sep 3, 2011
Rachel Klingberg replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"I think most of us agree that the only ethical action would have been to have the dog euthanized immediately. I can understand not wanting to shoot the poor creature yourself; I couldn't do that to one of my dogs, but I live in a city where…"
Jun 8, 2011
jeff retty replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"Something I like in this website is how we discuss Manliness....being a man.  The difference between men and "guys" is level of maturity. Though a guy is in all men, the reverse is not true.  And maturity is (by my definition)…"
Jun 2, 2011
R Greenman replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"I can't blame your brother-in-law for not coming home sooner. He had no way of knowing that he was needed until he was already there. I can't even blame him for wanting your sister to have been there before putting the dog down. However,…"
May 30, 2011
Jess replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"I think what Daniel meant was that you don't ADD to the pain...for example, if you aren't a good aim, and missed your shot...   I saw a policeman try to kill a down horse once...took the fool three shots to hit the head, and he was…"
May 30, 2011
Carl Monster replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"If this had been my family, my mother would have had the dog shot, end of story."
May 30, 2011
Blaine replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"I think the dog was already in enough pain. Whether you euthanize it or just use a bullet the dog is going to be better off. (I don't mean to quibble, but "as painlessly as possible" seemed pointless)"
May 29, 2011
Jess replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"they won't tell me what they did with it."
May 29, 2011
Dan T. replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"You euthanize the dog as quickly and as painlessly as possible.    There is no other way to handle it."
May 29, 2011
M. replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"Really difficult situation there. I would have had the vet put her down. I wouldn't be able to shoot her myself, even if it is to put her out of her misery.   If I may ask, what ended up happening to the dog?"
May 29, 2011
Jess replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"they won't say...I know they didn't take it to the vet (that costs money)...so whether he took it somewhere and dumped it or if he killed it somehow, I don't know.   I do know they told their daughter the dog must have run away…"
May 29, 2011
Jess replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"heck if I had known about it, I would have left MY job to go take care of it...My mother just had a heart attack last week, she wasnt' able to lift the dog into the car and was wanting to protect my niece from seeing it (yeah, my sister has her…"
May 29, 2011
Nathanael replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"It seems to me that no one in the family wanted to take responsibility.  I don't know how hard your mother tried to get your brother-in-law to come home, but I think that she should have taken it to the vet after it became clear he…"
May 28, 2011
OHK replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"I'm assuming if an option was shoot it, he had a gun. Saying yes, shoot it. If it's going to have to be put down, which it clearly was, best to do it as quickly as possible."
May 28, 2011
Jay replied to Jess's discussion How Would a Man Handle This Situation?
"Get the dog medical attention immediately.  That may be a vet, or may be bullet.  I think the decision is easy, it may be the execution (of the plan) that's hard.   I would have immediately taken the dog to the vet.  I…"
May 28, 2011

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At 11:00pm on November 22, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Alright! Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us.
At 5:09am on October 22, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site Jess !!!!!
 
 
 

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