Monday, September 28, 2009

What The Hell Is Wrong With People?

No, seriously, what in the name of Jesus H. Christ is wrong with people today? We need some goddamn chlorine in the gene pool, that is what's wrong with people. Here are two cases that I read about yesterday that make my blood boil. I can't stand kids nowadays to begin with; hyperactive, disrespectful, overly confident, loud-mouthed, bastards, they usually are. Shit like this pisses me off to no end. This is exactly what happens when you allow just anybody to breed. I'm a staunch advocate of requiring permits and licenses for such things.

A Philadelphia teenager wrapped a cat in duct tape, put it in a shopping bag and left it in a neighbor's backyard.

19-year-old James Davis was arrested on animal cruelty charges. Davis allegedly admitted to taping up the cat from neck to tail after he spotted it in his yard Sept. 21. "Davis then left the cat in his yard for a couple of hours. Because the animal kept screaming, he decided to toss it into a neighbor's yard, where at least 12 hours passed before she was noticed and authorities were contacted."


The gray tabby was nicknamed Sticky by animal welfare workers. It was dehydrated and had to be sedated while the tape was cut off its fur.

Animal welfare workers are still looking for Sticky's owner. Davis faces up to two years in prison and a minimum $1,000 fine if convicted. We all know he'll get like 60 hours of probation, the $1,000 fine, and that'll be that.

Not pissed off yet?

Here's another one for you.

An Australian cat named Smokey survived 13 shots to the head from an air rifle and then found his way home.

The nine-year-old cat turned up on his owners' doorstep bleeding from his head last week, three days after he went missing from the family home in Maryborough, central Victoria. A medical examination revealed 13 pellets lodged in his head and face. Sergeant Craig Pearse said it was remarkable Smokey had managed to get home after his ordeal.

The distressed feline had to be heavily sedated while 11 of the pellets were removed.

Animal welfare advocate Hugh Wirth said the incident was "utterly disgraceful", and that Smokey's tormentors deserved jail.

"Almost certainly these will be young males around about the age of 18 to 20 who have done this," said Wirth, Victoria state's president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

"It's a pattern that we see throughout Australia and there's only one way to deal with it and that's jail."

I heartily disagree. There is a much better way to deal with it but it is disgraceful for damn sure. I propose the exact same treatment. For the kid who duct taped the cat, strip him naked and duct tape him head to toe then throw him in the park for a week. For the individual who shot the cat with the pellet gun. We decide how large the pellet is compared to the cat's head. Say it's oh, 1/100th of the size of the cat's head, that would be 13/100ths of the cats head worth of pellets. Then we decide how big the perpetrator's head is. 4/5 larger than that of the cat (just a guess) which would mean we need 4/5 the amount of pellets. I propose that we shoot the perpetrator of the crime in the face, oh, 52 to 78 times with a pellet gun.

Radical? Maybe, but this is how lessons are taught. Did nobody teach these moronic douchebags not to do cruel shit that you don't want done to you? I learned at a very early age, if you pull the cat's tail, mom will pull your ear harder, if you hit the dog, mom will hit you harder. This worked, and I think that's what people need. I guarantee crime rates go down when you get punished equally to the crime you committed. You stab somebody once, you get stabbed twice. You shoot somebody twice, you get shot three times. You beat somebody with a stick, we run you over with a bus. The world is half way to hell, the hand basket is traveling so fast it's on fire, and the liberals have a lead foot on the accelerator.

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