I wish people would teach their kids to stay away from dangerous rock formations. That way we wouldn’t have to read story’s like this. If a kid can’t see that playing in nature can be dangerous then when something bad happens like little Billy C. gets smashed by a boulder it’s the parents fault.
August 12, 2013 at 1:17pm
If this is going on in this house its going on in many others. If we don’t take the time to teach our children true faith in God this will lead us down the path of the DPRK.
May 15, 2013 at 11:37am
The guy could have taken the time to look at the tag on the cat and ask the neighbors not to let the cat in his yard. There’s also a spray you can use to keep cats away. There are any number of ways to handle this that wouldn’t result in the torture and death of a cat. This is like the boys who set a live dog on fire and watched the poor thing burn to death. This guy was a paster. Is this wwjd?
May 14, 2013 at 3:07pm
This guy was wrong for leaving the cat in a cage for three days and then tossing the cat off a bridge. He knew he was wrong. Otherwise, he wouldn’t have tried to get rid of the cat. He deserves to be punished. This was someone’s pet. On the other hand the parents of the 5 year old child should be ashamed that they are teaching the child to have such week faith. The death of a cat should not cause the denial of heaven. Also, where in the story did they try to equate humans to animals? They are not but that doesn’t mean the guy should get off scott free.
I don't think he should get off scott free either he should be fined for littering.
Had the cat not been in his garden, it wouldn’t have been in the trap, and wouldn’t haven taken a toss off a bridge. Fine the owners for not properly containing their animal. Fine the Pastor for littering.
I love cats. I love animals. I do. However I do not expect others to share that bond with animals and realize that others may find my animals a nuisance; which is why I make sure I am aware of their environment. I wouldn’t punt any pet or animal off a bridge, and if someone did that to any of my pets I would be heart broken; but I wouldn’t think that a person’s freedom would be at stake over an animal trapped in their own yard. If he had gone into their yard and taken the cat, that’s theft and jail time. The cat is destroying and using his garden as a litter box, that’s a nuisance.
The moral here isn’t that people shouldn’t toss cats off bridges (which they shouldn’t), the moral is that we pet owners shouldn’t mandate our love for animals onto other people. Be responsible for your animal, and if you do make a mistake as an owner, take responsibility over your loss of control of your pet.
Kevin, you do not love cats or other animals.
The point here is that of evil in the killing of a living being. What or who else does he abuse or kill?
The guy could have taken the time to look at the tag on the cat and ask the neighbors not to let the cat in his yard. There's also a spray you can use to keep cats away. There are any number of ways to handle this that wouldn't result in the torture and death of a cat. This is like the boys who set a live dog on fire and watched the poor thing burn to death. This guy was a paster. Is this wwjd?
May 10, 2013 at 3:13pm
This is why we have a system for bringing immigrants into this country. If she truly wanted to learn English she would have by now. This is not discrimination. If I went down to Mexico and tried to sue for English signs they would deport me before I got the job.
May 5, 2013 at 3:00am
And there is the reason gays can’t get equal. We can’t tell other people no hate if we hate right back.
He could always just become a republican and be gay on the side, all while talking about how evil the gays are.
Please define the word "relationship" in the context of your comment?
For example; Do you mean by relationship what I am doing with you now? That is, I am trying to better understand you in order to have a peaceful and meaningful discussion of the topic.
Or do you mean friends with benefits? In which case I also would feel sorry for her, and him, since that is the kind of relationship that he just realized is meaningless.
He says that he is not looking for a wife, but if he meets a woman, and they fall in love, he will cherish it the way his sisters have.
All marriages are a work in process that require faith in yourself, your spouse, and your lord.
I wish him luck in stumbling across a mate for life.
You could also become a Democrat Congressman and take your boy toy to Paris at tax payers expense. (read Barney Frank)