If she turns out to be a semi-psycho wench, it won't be pretty either.
If? She already is.
 February 17, 2015 at 11:45am
She was supposed to soil herself and cry like a baby per the liberals martial arts! Then she was to accept it was mostly her white privileged that prompted the attack and she should feel for her attacker because he was oppressed and treated unfairly. /facepalm
[-8] February 12, 2015 at 1:27pm
I have been there as well “Likes to fightguy” but my first instinct was not to take a selfie of me and my dying Dog. This is the only problem I have with the photo. Granted folks do crazy things when they are grieving so its excusable behavior. I just found it tasteless and I for one do not enjoy looking at dying animals or people for that matter.
February 12, 2015 at 1:18pm
@snafu You love to name call but are bad at cognizant thought.
February 12, 2015 at 1:12pm
WTF does empathy have to do with it? I can empathize without seeing a picture of a dying dog! Maybe YOU are the narcissistic one! Let me ask do you enjoy seeing dying animals? Do you enjoy watching sarah mclachlan animal abuse commercials over and over again? If you do get your head checked and stay outta mine.
The appropriate thing for kevin to have done was to enjoy his final moments with his Dog then post pictures of his dog as he lived not as he died!
This was never about empathy this was about final moments and experiencing your valued friend,and letting him die with dignity it was not a time for a fkn “Selfie”.
February 12, 2015 at 12:17pm
Pathetic is feeling the need to selfie your dying dog. I think it shows indignity to the Dog. Poor judgement on the human owner.
February 12, 2015 at 12:13pm
I agree! I find it even more sick that more people aren’t getting the picture. ITS A PICTURE OF A DYING DOG! The ones that approve of this must be the sick folks that download the Sarah McLachlan animal abuse commercials so they can watch them over and over.
[-4] February 12, 2015 at 12:07pm
Obviously you are a disturbed individual if you enjoy seeing a dying animal and a man in grief posted to your status! Moron really?! I bet you think every moment of your life is a selfie moment?!…….. yet you call others morons?!
February 12, 2015 at 12:01pm
Awesome and touching story but did you ever think “Hey my beloved family Dog is about to die lets take a selfie?” I know I would want to remember my pet not as he died in my arms but as he lived and all the joy he brought. Yet somehow people found this selfie perfectly fine and not only fine but that he OWED it to his followers! WTF kinda world are we living in?! Where personal intimate moments should be broadcast to the entire world, no matter how disturbing?!
When I look at this picture I feel ashamed. I feel like I was going by his house and peeked in his window and invaded his private moment.Sure he posted it but still I find it intrusive. I still feel this was something I not only didn’t want to see but deep down inside if he thought about it was wrong to even show. I see this the same way as when I see those abused animal commercials. I change the channel I cant look at that stuff. Sure I realize animals are abused and mistreated but I don’t want to see it ever if I can help it.Same with this selfie picture. I don’t want to see animals or people suffering, and if you do then you should check your self not me. (directed at those who downvoted my original post not you ashopson.)
February 12, 2015 at 11:15am
I have lost many pets yet never saw the need to post pictures like that to PROVE I’m a kind or kindhearted person. Pets are just like family (at least to me) so my analogy is hardly flawed.
I really am perplexed that there are so many down votes on my post and people actually WANT to see a obviously dieing pet and a man in his (one can only assume) deep sadness. I guess I am a little sensitive due to the fact on FB yesterday a teenage girl posted pictures of her dead baby. Its getting to the point I’m about to shut down on my social media because it really is starting to creep me out.
[-1] February 12, 2015 at 9:12am
Hypocrites gonna be hypocritical lmao. Did you even read what you wrote or does the flatulence just poor from your grey matter onto your keyboard?! LOL
 February 12, 2015 at 9:10am
I’m glad you got my point :::rollseyes::: I’m sorry I’m not one of those IDIOTS that needs my whole entire life to be validated by strangers on the internet! The reason most like you don’t get my reasoning is because privacy and decency no longer exist. So For me I look at you folks as the sad ones.
I was not being uppity I was merely pointing out private moments should be …well private. /facepalm
 February 12, 2015 at 7:54am
Next week Scientists spend millions on what makes pancakes cake! Cant wait! :::rollseyes::: lol
[-15] February 12, 2015 at 7:46am
I feel for anyone who loses a loved and valued pet HOWEVER not every aspect of your life is a perfect selfie moment! Why do people insist on sharing what should be a very private and personal moment?!
Oh look heres my grandma in her last throes of cancer perfect selfie moment!? Oh look! My Son was hit by a car heres his dead body and my wife crying over him,on the street after the car hit him perfect selfie moment!?……….EVERYTHING IS NOT A FREAKING SELFIE MOMENT,,,,,GEEZE!
Do you not realize our society is one of making yourself heard on the Internet? Do you not realize that celebrities live easy lives because of their willingness to always be in the public eye?
He apparently has spent time telling the story of his dog throughout it's sickness. Anyone who regular reads his site probably knows of the dog and probably appreciated the pic. It's not for me, but I certainly won't get uppity over it like you've chosen to do.
Says the person posting, “READ MY OPINION, IT REALLY MATTERS”…on the internet. I feel for those that are offended by what strangers do so much that it makes them rage. Not everything warrants an angry response.
@conkuur it wasn't his Grandma, or Son it wasn't a dreadful accident or a horrible disease. It was his pet one he loved very much. Who was old and was ill. It shows he is kind hearted and lets his followers say goodbye.
Lack of empathy is one of the most striking features of people with narcissistic personality disorder which seems to sum you up rightly.
 February 11, 2015 at 9:53pm
“True Romance” 1993 film had the big named stars Christian Slater,Patricia Arquette,Val Kilmer,Gary Oldman,Brad Pitt,(only movie I liked brad Pitt in) Christopher Walken,Dennis Hopper,Samuel L Jackson,Bronson Pinchot,Michael Rappaport,James Gandolfini,Tom Sizemore,Chris Penn,Saul Rubinek.
Great film that never got the recognition it deserved,