> > Could easily be within six
> > feet and nothing would happen if you were mellow.
> Then there's absolutely no way in hell they were true wild pigs. They were either
> domesticated pigs or else semi-wild pigs running free that were used to being around
> humans / living in a semi-urban environment.
> Anyhow, even when everyone else is telling you "red is red" you still want to believe
> "red is green", so believe what you want.
I think you're speaking from a standpoint of fear. Also, I'd guess you're not combat-trained. Third, you probably like dogs. So your rendering of the event is limited.
I treat all creatures as animals, and handle each accordingly, which is why I typically don't
get myself run into these kinds of circumstances. And have come out unscathed when I have.
This is what I saw:
Homeboys are out redneckin it up - same there as it is here, right? - and one of their dogs gets himself pinned by a kangaroo. A trained dog stays away from non-game. Then dumbass himself goes out there and has a hurt dick that his dog has done something dumb. Whether the dog caused the event, animals are not people. Boo hoo. And then homie leaves without a defensive tool. They likely know such an encounter is likely.
So anyway he does well and gets the roo to release the dog. And then he stands there. Probably transfixed, because he's not afraid. He's geared up. And his dog was hurt anyways.... : /\I The Animal takes Hold of Him, and he's going to beat that boy up!
And the roo's just standing there. Gets fucking socked, and obviously is like, 'what the fuck did you do that for? I was standing here, and your dog comes and bothers me', perhaps tried to hurt him, '...and then you punch me in the face?'
Scifi frauds. SF illuminates.
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