Animal Abuse

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Juveniles hitting ducks with sticks at Chase Palm Park Pond.

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PitMix Jun 10, 2019 08:57 AM
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Once at a lake in San Diego I saw a teenager hit a duck with a stone. I didn't think about it at all, just got up immediately and yelled at him. He jumped in his car and took off. I think most people would react the same way to a defenseless animal being abused. Too bad it was in the days before cell phones or I would have gotten his picture and reported him. Animal abusers are often involved in other criminal activity.

Phantom Blot Jun 10, 2019 08:06 AM
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Zippy, the concept of you getting drunk sounds like a threat, which it is. Don't go there. No one deserves it, especially you. Be kind to yourself and your neighbors and the local police constabulary and stay off the brain tonic and liquid cereal. Remember your allergy to the stuff, and that you tend to break out in handcuffs after ingesting the stuff. Just sayin... Your pal, the Bohak

Roger Jun 10, 2019 09:12 AM
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But it's been 16 years and I'm too old to do those things I used to do and Fiesta.....I would not be the only one doing the thorazine shuffle to Crown liquor with my walker and my pants down to my ankles...Shuffling along....I know won't drink I hated the after illness. Never forget singing Garth Brooks songs at the top of my lungs someone calling the police cop showing up taking one look at me saying "Oh HELL NO!" and driving off sweet memories...Imagine all the drunks in Cottage Hospital during Fiesta.

Factotum Jun 09, 2019 09:34 PM
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Where are the same comments about the old guy in the wheelchair that got beat up in Pershing Park, pretty much at the same time. No torches and pitchforks for the human attacker, just for the ducks? This old guy was also a sitting duck.

Roger Jun 11, 2019 06:47 AM
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Can't we have torches and pitchforks for both?

d8vanilla Jun 09, 2019 08:53 PM
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Future criminals

shorebird Jun 10, 2019 08:59 AM
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Amateur criminals with the personality flaws to potentially go pro.

Roger Jun 09, 2019 08:25 PM
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Now the neighbors going to party all night long it sucks getting old maybe I should get drunk.

a-1560834457 Jun 09, 2019 07:44 PM
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Those kids are lucky my boyfriend and I didn't come across them doing this. At the very least we would have given them a good talking to and possibly even made a citizen's arrest.

Luvaduck Jun 10, 2019 09:29 AM
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Abusers are despicable. They're also cowards: They only bully and abuse entities that can't give them back equally. Often they run in groups to give them even more protection so that it's not even one on one. How that could make them feel anything but embarrassed. I don't know: What is a more obvious demonstration of weakness than beating up on children, women, old people, animals--anything below your weight class?

Luvaduck Jun 10, 2019 09:30 AM
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Abusers are despicable. They're also cowards: They only bully and abuse entities that can't give them back equally. Often they run in groups to give them even more protection so that it's not even one on one. How that could make them feel anything but embarrassed. I don't know: What is a more obvious demonstration of weakness than beating up on children, women, old people, animals--anything below your weight class?

jak Jun 10, 2019 08:52 AM
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Well, it’s easy enough to say that when you’re safely removed from the situation but consider: these could have been essentially harmless (even to the ducks) little kids, or they could have been a crew of aspiring gang-bangers just waiting for someone like you to come along to be get fed to the ducks so they could establish their reputation as credible muscle. Or perhaps they were a group of basically good kids who would have responded to your suggested corrections to their behavior. Kinda hard to be sure if you weren’t actually there but you get (and I’m sure that the ducks would agree) full credit for good intentions.

Roger Jun 09, 2019 08:17 PM
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I know what you mean early this morning I heard a bunch of drunks out on the street than heard a cat like someone was hurting it called 911 I did not even hear the call go out I was up all night couldn't go out there on my own cause of my legs and hips but next time if it happens again and I hear it I will go out..Whats the worse that could happen? I looked around for a cat most the day found nothing I hope it's ok where ever it is...I hate animal abusers...

winter Jun 09, 2019 07:32 PM
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Thanks, Rodger....

Roger Jun 09, 2019 07:28 PM
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It did not sound like they took it that serious..They probably gave them a talking to and left.

winter Jun 09, 2019 07:27 PM
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Are you serious...this is horrible... I hope they are taking this...the police , as more than a release back to the family.. The punks can do this to wildlife..people will be next.

Roger Jun 09, 2019 06:23 PM
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Code 4 all they said probably warned them.

Roger Jun 09, 2019 06:12 PM
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Contacting 4 subjects Chase Palm Park..

Roger Jun 09, 2019 05:56 PM
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SBPD responding.

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