When I first came to this forum, when there were few females and I was very afraid to say anything, pom was the first person to ever PM me. And the first to make the same kind of nice comment on my post that DC has had such great fun ridiculing him for.
I have this thing about loyalty, so even when Pom aggravated me or I disagreed with him, I found it difficult to write him off and jump on the bandwagon of trying to make an old guy look stupid. Since he seemed to have had some heart problems the last year, I was dismayed at the continued anti-semite, DVFT, "I love my pomeranian" bumper sticker, "dude, your language is so stilted" (even if you're writing in a language not your native one) posts.
But I'm ashamed because I didn't step forward to say "FVCK YOU, DC, for spending so much time trying to keep an old man from posting stuff that you disagree with, or mostly just for posting anything because he wasn't up to your clever right-wing standards."
FVCK YOU, RMAN, for all the DVFT and Porter Goss and most of all for making fun publicly over and over of an old man's childhood experiences. Especially when he had revealed them in a more private forum to explain what he so valued about this country.
FVCK YOU, Shades, for all the "dude, your language is so stilted" comments to someone who did way better writing in a language not his native one than I do.
Shame on me for not standing up to say that and then leaving.
So I'm saying it now, FVCK YOU, DC. FVCK YOU, RMAN, FVCK YOU, shades. http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2009-08-17-dogattack-
Sheriff: Ga. couple likely killed in dog attack
ATLANTA (AP) — A former college professor and his wife were apparently attacked and killed by nearly a dozen dogs along a rural northeast Georgia road where their bodies were found mutilated, authorities said Monday.
Preliminary autopsy results from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation showed Sherry Schweder, 65, likely died of injuries suffered in a dog attack, Oglethorpe County Sheriff Mike Smith said. Autopsy results for her husband, Lothar Karl Schweder, 77, were not yet available, but Smith said it's likely he was also attacked by dogs because the scene was so grisly.
Smith said officials were going to round up at least 11 dogs seen in the area where the couple's mutilated bodies were found Saturday morning by five passersby.
It wasn't immediately clear whether the mixed-breed dogs, which are to be captured by animal control officers from neighboring Madison County, were feral or someone's pets. There had been no recent complaints about vicious dogs in the area, Smith said.
Stephanie Shain, a spokeswoman for the Humane Society of the United States, said it was "uncommon" for people to be bitten to death by dogs, citing federal figures that the average number of fatal dog bites each year is 16.