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post #31 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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OK new report someone STOLLED my toolbox last night!!! I went out to water my dogs and saw a tool laying in the drive way and looked in the shed and its gone.... not a big tool box tho...

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post #32 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 02:22 PM
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Sounds like an alarm system would be a good idea.
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post #33 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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Sounds like an alarm system would be a good idea.
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I have a motion sensor one but I unhooked it it tells me

"Intruder in zone 1" or whatever but I kept comming out and it was a racoon or a skunk or a dog ect... it would go off all night and I got sick of it hahaha.

The thing goes off every half hour just about. Squirrels are the worst.

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post #34 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 02:33 PM
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Why come on a forum looking for advice just to shoot everybody down and look for attention? It gets boring and wastes the time of other people.

Stop for a minute, open your mind, learn. You may not agree with what I say, I may not agree with what you say but we will both learn something new.
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post #35 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Why come on a forum looking for advice just to shoot everybody down and look for attention? It gets boring and wastes the time of other people.
I want advice on how tostop people from comming in my yard, not how to get rid of my anxiety which was unbder control before this happened.

If you think all I want is attention good bye im leaving im done asking people for advice. Ill figure it out on my own.

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post #36 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 03:15 PM
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Training a dog to be aggressive seems to always end badly for the dog. Did I miss where this criminal activity was reported to the police? If so what did they suggest? The authorities would be my best bet for finding LEGAL suggestions to prevent trespassing.

Honestly though, if there is that much danger in the area you live then I'd be getting out of dodge if it's that unsafe then it can't be good for your grandpa to stick around either...
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post #37 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 03:28 PM
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Sorry, not to be rude...

But you are terribly naïve. I've worked with an animal shelter that had namely pits. The only "agression" those dogs had were towards other dogs, or was caused by insecurity because their cage was their "home". The dog aggression was because of poor socializing and dog fighting rings.

ANY dog can be aggressive with poor puppy training and socializing, but that is not the route you want. Certain breeds have a natural instinct to protect, but that comes with a huge liability and someone who knows what they are doing.

I love GSD's, Akitas, Wolfhounds, and especially Pits. But you couldn't dare ask me to own the first three until I had more ownership years under my belt. They need a strong leader, clear pack ranks, and a lot of attention I could not give. A pit? I would take in a heart beat. Some of the mellowest dogs were pits...

Base your judgements on the dog, not whatever you hear from some joe schmoe.
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post #38 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 03:32 PM
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C'mon folks, do any of you really believe any of this is actually happening?

The OP's stories get wilder and crazier every time she posts. Where the heck in California can you go anywhere in the mountains that it's 3 hours from any town, and where druggies, rapists, thieves, and murderers abound, yet the cops don't have a clue any of this is going on?

Sounds more like Somalia or the Congo than either of the two mountainous areas in California. Both the Mount Shasta area and Sierra Nevada range are tourist areas. The majority of the Sierra Nevadas are public land, which means you can't build on them. The areas that are populated aren't out of reach of public utilities or civilization, so hardly the wild outback the OP is trying to claim.

Plus, none of her stories make a lick of sense. Poor old Grampy, living in a one bedroom shack on a spacious ranch up in the hills where there ain't no 'lectricity, and where all the vagrants run rampant! Um, sure.

Then there are the claims of emotional problems, but she contradicts herself even with those. I freeze up when I get skeered! Unless I get mad, then I go on a rampage and beat everyone in the face! So which is it, OP? Either you're an aggressive bully, or you're a PTSD survivor who cowers like a frightened rabbit. Can't be both.
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post #39 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 03:36 PM
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Well said as always Speed :)

At least they get internet coverage up in the middle of nowhere mountains :)

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post #40 of 62 Old 03-04-2013, 03:40 PM
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Thank you Speed, for pointing out the obvious flaws in her story, I admit I've had my doubts from the beginning... just wasn't sure I'd be the only one to call them.
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