i love Pits, but that's not really accurate.
of course training and ownership makes all the difference, but i've had Pits and Springers my whole life (i know- odd combo), and the Pits are definitely inherently more aggressive.
I don't know... French women have pretty aggressive pits.
LOL, your naivety is not very flattering. Your statement could not be more wrong. Try doing some research on this topic. Pit bulls are many times more like to attack than other dogs. http://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-statistics-study-dog-attacks-and-maimings-merritt-clifton.php
June 17, 2015 at 8:21pm
so use $3.00 in rice to save a $0.59 cent per lbs banana
2 questions, 1: How far exactly is charging distance? Is it like the 5 foot tackling charge, or the make-a-sprinting-bee-line-for-you-from-a-hundred-yards-away charge? 2: what about any of the other people that are within the immediate vicinity either relaxing under some tree shade or walking along and going about their day? Should they also be detained for being distractions? I can understand remaining at a respectable distance so as not to give the police any reason to question you in the first place, but either way, there was no reason to detain him simply for recording the scene.
'when you are with in charging distance you are a distraction because the cop must watch you you never stand next to a cop car that puts you on the seen"
That makes sense, but it seems that if you are just standing there or sitting in your car then you are not in 'charging distance' but iof you start recording, then suddenly you are within 'charging distance'.
I don't see how the distance itself somehow changes, based on weather or not, you pull out a camera.
"i understand the frustration when police see they are being recorded… it’s easy to take part of something out of context. but it is a protected right of the free people of America. if they cannot hack it, they are not cut out for police work."
More and more cops are wearing bodycams.
If something is taken out of context, they could easily show the whole video in context and show why the out of context video is misleading, and not telling the real story.
Of course the lib media will only show the out of context part they like, but more and more, they are getting called out on their false claims, when they do things like that.
[-4] April 29, 2015 at 9:32pm
it because the moron filming was way to close and was a distraction to the cop
What?? 8yr! did you even see the video? The video guy was way too close to a police stop. The video guy filmed the license plate without the consent of the owner. The cop should of right away told the guy to move back 20 feet. Could it and should it of been handled better? Yes!.
Didn't have time to add lol! Do I have issues with cop coming across the street and demanding cameras? Yes! Do I have issues with cops taking cameras away from people involved when they seem to have no issue with them standing right there? Yes.
This guy was a a$$ and if you watch the video he was provoking the police. He was done with the stop so at that point the camera didn't need to be on, but the guy kept recording. Why? because he was trying to provoke the officer.
 April 10, 2015 at 2:13pm
any one with a hold my beer and watch me mess with this cop attitude.
 April 10, 2015 at 2:12pm
with all the replys i ask why even have police if they are not aloud to use any force. And has non of them meet a teen that know they are busted so they lie there ass off. What proof does she have it a lying ass teen against a cop if he deleted were is the vid of him picking up the camera.
 March 27, 2015 at 10:06pm
damn he is lucky 1 failure to use turn single, then he turn in to the wrong lane , then he ran the crosswalk light
 March 25, 2015 at 4:44pm
i would agree with every thing but rail to easy to steel it and cause a major wreck, in ohio you must have an photo id just to scrap soda cans anymore because of scrap getting so high
March 25, 2015 at 3:11pm
think if you could set the max speed for your teen age driver so not pointless