Meet Sam, Rescued From Dogfighting

Champion Sam's hard-won victories are permanently written on his face. But after a lifetime of suffering, he finally got top prize—his freedom.

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+8 1. kirkelicious commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) Still better than killing humans AND hating dogs.
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+19 2. tradewinds commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) Dude. Don't pretend to judge a whole countries citizenship based on the sometimes heinous acts of it's government. Because your profile says your from Pakistan. Pakistan!!! I guess hunting Hindu's door to door and the systematic rape of a few hundred thousand Bangladeshi women in 1971 was "ok". You self righteous hypocrite.
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+2 3. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) and everyone else, please look at people primary as human beings, secondary ... whatever! I strongly desire the day when the Spanish people look at bulls with the same regards!
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+10 4. Tidge commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) can't remember reading about any Americans strapping bombs to themselves and killing innocent people (children) in their own country, seems like that's only done by religious people that judge everyone else!
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+1 5. boom commented 10 years ago

#2 I agree with you that you can't judge the people of a country by their leaders. BUT to me it's hard to understand that citizens of a country that prides itself with so much freedom and democracy, that needs to export it, don't do a thing about the shit YOUR ELECTED government does everyday. I think Americans overall are good people like there are good people in every country. I think they are just blinded and naive to think that a vote can change anything.
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+7 6. blue_alien commented 10 years ago

I'm happy for Sam! :)
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+10 7. Scotsman50 commented 10 years ago

Bastards that do dog fighting should be thrown into a cage of hungry lion's and see how they like it.
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+4 8. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

Two things come to mind here 1) The video is incomplete, I would have liked to see to see the names and addresses of the people (People that's a joke) responsible for Sam getting into the state he was in. 2) I am sick and tired of seeing #(removed comment) isavepak on this website making stupid comments about Americans. Could I appeal to SNOTR to remove this idiot for good, this is the third time I have mentioned this!!!! Or do you not have power over your own website SNOTR.
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+3 9. tradewinds commented 10 years ago

#5 Boom. I think I'd like to sit down and have a beer with you someday. I'd like to say that most Americans are not as naive as you think we are, but I really can't speak for them, only myself. I believe that Democracy in principal has it's merits, but I am NOT naive enough to think that I live under such a veil of Democracy when politicians so often both buy their way in to office as well make decisions based more on financial or political gain rather than any benefit to the country. As the venerable and often quoted Mark Twain once said "if voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it". Neither do I pride myself on the freedoms my countrymen and I enjoy. Again this is my personal opinion, but I believe the word pride implies a sense of satisfaction in ones own accomplishments, and since I neither fought during my nations war of independence nor had anything to do in the forming of our declaration of said independence I don't feel right in deriving any personal pride in such things. I do however, try every day to be a good person and neighbor to my fellow citizens. I pay my taxes, I obey the laws (most of them anyway), and I vote my conscience on matters that I feel warrant such action. I'd like to think that most people, both Americans and citizens of other countries, feel and do things this way. But then I really would be naive.
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-3 10. havix1 commented 10 years ago

No#(removed comment) would you be happier to speak German instead. Or are you glad we help stop that from happening for you.
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-4 11. braveheart2052 commented 10 years ago

no. 1 the number one crop in Pakistan hell hole is poppys for making heroin how many woman men and children does that kill ! go back in your cave you fucking sand flea !
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0 12. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#8 His last comment got him a warning..this one got him a ban. (about 1h after he wrote it) I just didnt commented on it and didnt removed it. To see who agrees in the voting. (Sneaky way to check for double accounts..accounts that dont comment/vote/any action at all fly under the radar)
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0 13. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

#12 Great, I hope it's a permanent ban? :)
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+4 14. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#13 Normally a 3 day temp ban..but in this case i knew there is no to permanent
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0 15. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

#14 Excellent <3