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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Ducks are you f***ing shitting me!!

    Most dogs will attack and kill ducks. My Ridgeback X will attack and kill ducks.
    A darn poodle would be likely to attack and kill ducks.

    Jeez just stick to one thread.
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    Miley would eat a duck :/

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    i eat duck....... i should probably be banned from society :P
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    I love 2 things in this world. Spandex and reyzor... not necessarily in that order.

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    it does raise the question though, at what point do you stop letting an animal be an animal? dogs attack dogs and they are deemed dangerous, same with people.... what about ducks, birds, roo's, cows, sheep etc...where do you stop?
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    Definitely a good argument for banning all cats! I'm sure Judge Judy would totally agree.

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    YOu can buy baby ducks from the markets for $2 each! I wonder how much they got for them!
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    I never argued whether she was right or wrong. It was just topical.
    Don't you mean "its there to make money for the advertiser and therefore the TV station" rather than "its there to make money for a tv audience"?
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    While the cases on Judge Judy are actual small claims court cases, the show is not a court of law, but rather an arbitration, and all parties must sign contracts agreeing to arbitration under Sheindlin. Even this status has been disputed: in Do Wop Shoppe Ltd. v. Ralph Edwards, syndi-court justice was determined not to be an actual form of arbitration because a third party pays part of the cost of the judgment. This decision was subsequently overturned.

    The American Bar Association notes that:
    "B.M. v. D.L.", the Family Court of Kings County, New York, overturned part of a Judge Judy decision. The parties had appeared in front of Judge Judy over a dispute involving personal property. However, Judge Judy made a decision involving child custody and visitation. The court overturned the custody and visitation part of her decision on two grounds. First, it was a matter that was not covered by the agreement to arbitrate. Second, as a matter of public policy, an arbitrator could not decide child custody and visitation rights. Considering that Judy had been a judge in New York's family court, it is particularly ironic that she decided to overstep her arbitral authority on this particular issue.

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    And you want people to take you seriously...

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    dogs attack dogs and they are deemed dangerous, same with people.... what about ducks, birds, roo's, cows, sheep etc...where do you stop?
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    They're not allowed to attack someone's farm animals, but vermin are fair game.

    So that's not native animals that are rats, mice, wild pigs, wild rabbits, feral pigeons, carp - that kind of thing.

    And cats if they're in your back yard. Ie trespassers - including humans. But that does not include guests you invite on to your property.

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    I allowed my old dog to kill rabbits. She was pretty bad at it for most of her life though. It was only when she got old that she finally had the patience to wait at the burrow entrance and then pounced as they peeked out.

    I'd allow my current dog to do the same, though I would train her better to distinguish between rabbits and possums for example. My old dog saw possums as fair game too and killed a couple, which isn't on.

    My old dog also killed a few of our pet mice. Which was very frustrating because she wouldn't even lift her head if one of the filthy wild mice ran through the room!

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