Would You Ban Pit Bulls?

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Average Number of people kill in America:
Cigarretts: 440,000
Automobiles: 42,366
2nd hand Smoke: 35,000
Guns: 39,338
Pit Bulls: 3
Ok, that’s what it says. How true those number are, I’m not too sure..and how the hell does second hand smoke kill people? I can see regular smoking doing it, but to attribute the fact that someone died sometime after they walked by someone else who was smoking is just insanity. Anyways, that’s not the message here, the message is that dogs shouldnt’ be killed / banned based on their name, but it should be based on their past behavior. Personally, I don’t own any dogs that I couldn’t pick up and fling across the room if need be…
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    6 Responses to Would You Ban Pit Bulls?

    1. Second hand smoke kills people when they’re exposed to it over a long period of time, like a bartender who doesn’t smoke, or someone who lives with a smoker. That way, they’re constantly breathing in smoke, as if they were a smoker themselves

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    2. I understand that, this picture’s stats are a little all over the place, and it’s comparing apples to oranges to pitt bulls….

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    3. Christopher Reeve’s wife didn’t smoke, but she died of lung cancer. So 2nd-hand smoke can kill non-smokers. But I am like to know where they get those numbers too.

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    4. *sigh* Explain how George Burns, lived till 100, did not die of lung cancer, and he smoked cigars.

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Burns

      Just tired of the Liberal Left not wanting anyone to tell them how they should live, feel it is their right to tell everyone else how they have to live.

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    5. Knoxy: Because some people are genetically predisposed to cancer. My nana smoked till 74 and she didn’t get cancer BUT no one in my family gets cancer: We’re predisposed to not get it.

      On the other hand, there are people who smoke who have cancer in the family, and statistically are almost certain to get it. The studies have been done again and again, and the numbers, if you counter genetic predisposition into it, are just too persuasive: The people who get the most common forms of lung cancer are always around smoke.

      Hell, I smoke two packs a day often, and would never vote for one of those fuckheads who wants to ban or harshly restrict it, but I’m not going to pretend in the face of the facts that tobacco is tofu, or that the cancer thing some controversial partisan issue when it’s not.

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    6. “Just tired of the Liberal Left not wanting anyone to tell them how they should live, feel it is their right to tell everyone else how they have to live.”

      Yet no smoker has issue with the fact that they spend more than 5 dollars a day on a toxin that provides no benefit to them at all, just because a company was clever enough to hook the receptors in their brain to it. It’s “telling you what to do” at the most primordial level.

      I’m a smoker, btw.

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