UNLV has talent. Wyoming should be strong defensively. Boise St., Colorado St., and Fresno St. should be strong on offense. And New Mexico has some quality players. But San Diego St. is the class of the league, and no one else is even close. Read More. Written by Dan Hanner on Jul 28, 2014
#61 Re: ATL: The Lakers still suck and we still Mon Jan 7, 2013 10:21 pm by Lippo
German Shepards are like huskies or malamutes. They live outside in Alaska... We kept our hunting labs in outdoor kennels unless it was sub 20. We breed champion black labs growing up. People are ridiculous these days.
#67 Re: ATL: The Lakers still suck and we still Mon Jan 7, 2013 11:22 pm by Ill-yasova
Lippo wrote:German Shepards are like huskies or malamutes. They live outside in Alaska... We kept our hunting labs in outdoor kennels unless it was sub 20. We breed champion black labs growing up. People are ridiculous these days.
I had a lab-shepard mix growing up who spent 3/4 of her life outside. She was a fantastic dog who would whine at the door if she was ever in the house for more than an hour. Now that I live in Madison I would probably get the police called on me for leaving my dog out in sub 50's weather.
#71 Re: ATL: The Lakers still suck and we still Tue Jan 8, 2013 6:40 am by paulpressey25
paulpressey25 wrote:I thought Labrum tears were 4-8 week events. Interesting that they think Dwight only out a week.
Torn labrums don't heal themselves. He'll need surgery in the off season. I would suggest the 1 week is a smokescreen, and really it means 'indefinite'.
Add Dwight to the list of 'Injury-prone centres'. As I said before, that list should just read 'centres'. They're all going to miss lots of games at some point.
Jez....any correlation between this and steroid use?
Also if this is a minor grade can he play through this or do you think he's done for a couple months and will have surgery? (realizing this is an impossible question not knowing anything about the grade of tear)
I don't tweet much, but when I do, it is the same garbage you get from me on here:
VooDoo7 wrote:Not sure where to put this, but I just saw on TMJ4 that Larry Sanders was ticketed for animal neglect. I guess he had been leaving two german sheppard puppies outside in the cold. Not cool Larry.
A friend of mine on facebook is related to his neighbor...doesn't appear this story is going to get any press but here's the story from a friend
Not posting names, just their frustrated updates
Oh hey Mr. Larry Sanders of the Bucks - living on Lake Drive making 1.9 Million a year but you can't feed or shelter your dogs? Repeatedly warned until your dogs ARE SEIZED FROM YOU. WHAT - Not making enough money for food or shelter for your dogs? Leaving small puppies in the pouring rain and snow with only water from puddles and no evidence of food 24/7? Can't have the maid feed them or bring them inside?? Big mistake. Animal lovers - let's take this public. There is zero excuse for animal neglect.
This is the story. I'm related to a neighbor. Municipality ticket last Friday. Dogs seized and taken to Madacc after police have repeatedly warned him. Not sure how long it will take for the tickets to show on CCAP or if municipality tickets even show up publicly. (dogs may have been returned now, so we are watching them).
Super sad. The neighbors all have complained over and over. Puppies were in a fenced yard with no shelter 24/7, no matter what the weather (pouring rain, bitter cold, etc.)‚Ä¶and they have no apparent access to fresh water, only snow & puddles. At the very least - you must provide shelter, bedding, food and water. He can afford to do this and didn't.
#74 Re: ATL: The Lakers still suck and we still Tue Jan 8, 2013 12:05 pm by Lippo
Yeah he definitely has to feed them, they cant find there own food like farm cats, and build a dog house for them, but its hasn't been cold enough this year to force them inside. Its more cruel to have a shepard/husky type dog in 90 + temps (I see people walking dogs all summer) than leaving them in the elements 20-35 F. Shepards have coats just like wolves and coyotes.