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March 31st 08, 04:33 PM
HOWEDY diddler you pathetic, semi-litterlate daughter
of a English teacher, you miserable stinkin rotten lyin
animal murderin punk thug coward active accute chronic
life long incurable malignant maliciHOWES MENTAL
CASE and PROFESSIONAL dog trainin FRAUD, SCAM
ARTIST, BACKYARD PUPPY-MILLER, and SPECIAL
EDUCATION R.E.A.D. program ASSISTANT TEACHER /
DOG TRAINER,

"diddy" <none> wrote in message
. ..
> We spent Sunday at my vet's (who is closed Sunday)

Did anyWON in the IDIOT class EXXXPLAIN to "Silent Sam"
that Tuck is YET AGAIN settin on the verge of DEATH thanks
to your incompetent IDIOTIC OBEDIENCE TRAININ, diddler?

Don't you think he should be apprised of his beloved Tuck's dire
circumstances so he don't presume it was HIS FAULT for Tuck
not comin into school yet again?

Or perhaps you geniHOWESES can use Tuck's DEATHLY ILLNESS
and perhaps imminent demise as a HAMMER of GUILT, blaming him
for this PREDICTABLE turn of events, to beat the little bone head
into
talkin in class?

Perhaps you can teach him to BEG an say his preyers for
Tuck to make a EZ trainsition to The Bridge, eh, diddler??

> Tuck is ill,

Naaaaah?

> and goes to a specialist this morning,

Naaaaah?

We was all lookin forward to your report of Tuck an Reka's
SUCCESS in the St. Louis trackin trials today, seein as you
"drew in BOTH Tuck and Reka next weekend in Edwardsville
Illinois at a tracking test. I've seen other people draw in multiple
dogs before,".

Hey diddler? In my own more than forty five years hangin HOWET
at the horse an dog show rings I've NEVER HEARD the EXXXPRESSION
"drew in", pryor. PERHAPS you can define it for us show / trial
illiterate ignorameHOWESES?

OR, perhaps you're just makin up NEW LANGUAGE to
impress your fellHOWE dog lovers participating in the
encyclopedia discussions in the thread "6 Ways to Prevent
Destructive Chewing"??

Hey diddler? There's ONLY WON WAY to prevent destructive
chewing. Perhaps you should look into DOIN EVERY THING
EXXXACTLY PRECISELY OPPOSITE of HOWE you been
doin it, seein as ALL your own PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED
dogs have had PROBLEMS for ABDOMINAL SURGERIES??

> and potentially for surgery.

Naaaaah?

> His adhesions from his chicken bone incident
> as a puppy have caused intestinal blockage.

Naaaah?

Hey diddler? Are you SHORE Tuck's ADHESIONS are
the cause of his PAIN or might this be yet ANOTHER
NEW incident of your hyperactive HOWETA CON-TROLL
SAR candidate swallHOWEIN STUFF no living critter
can or should swallHOWE?

BWEEEAAAHAAAHAAA~!~!~!

> Because of the severity of his surgery, the fact that he lost
> all of his omentum, and resulting adhesions, he is a high
> risk surgical candidate, and my vet says he is not equipped
> to do the surgery, so referred him to a specialist.

That's QUEER, ain't it, diddler? Perhaps your vet AIN'T
EQUIPPED to deal with Tuck's IDIOTIC ignorameHOWES
owner?

> Tuck has lost 3 pounds since Thursday and was thin to begin with.

Yeah. And here we was all EXXXPECTIN you to report that
Tuck had lost three points when his idiot handler jerked him
off the track or forced him to cross a road again <{}: ~ ( >

> This morning, he seems to be feeling better,
> and I think the blockage has moved.

Seein as most of us ain't trained veterinary malpracticioners
nor have we had the EXXXTENSIVE veterinary backgrHOWEND
you got, perhaps you can EXXXPLAIN us HOWE a intestinal
adhesion MOVES at will, diddler?

> We still are going to the specialists, and hope the surgery is not needed

Well diddler, we're all PREYIN for Tuck's EZ TRAINsition to The
Bridge.

> I scrubbed this weekend's plans to test at St Louis

BWEEEEAAAHAAAHAAA~!~!~!