Skip to comments.Pit bull goes after ‘Obama’
Posted on 09/17/2013 10:58:26 AM PDT by Arthurio
Posted: Saturday, September 14, 2013 1:00 am | Updated: 1:06 am, Sat Sep 14, 2013.
Tom LaVenture - The Garden Island | 0 comments
KAPAA A man and his dog escaped serious injury Wednesday afternoon when a pit bull got out of a fenced yard and went after the smaller pet.
James Kimo Rosen of Kapaa was riding his bike with his dog Obama along Ulu Street around 4:30 p.m., when an adult pit bull apparently escaped from a fenced residence.
I have lost my voice today, Rosen said. I was screaming so much it was crazy.
Rosen said he usually takes his bike along the main highway through old Kapaa town, but decided to take the parallel road. The gray adult pit bull came out of nowhere, he said.
Obama was wearing a T-shirt to protect him from the heat, Rosen said. It may have saved him from serious injury when the pit bull bit the shirt instead of his fur.
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I knew someone who had a dog named Tipper. He named it while it was facing away from him.
In the right clothes, and a little red on the nose, the guy could pass for Clinton.
Was the pit bull named Putin?
The dog is also black on the outside, white on the inside/underbelly.
Your aboslutely right! When I saw the picture I said to myself “that dude looks alot like Clinton”
So what we have here is that a Clinton bit Obama arse =)
LOL, thanks, I needed that.
See, I told you Obama was born in Hawaii!
Darn racist pit bulls.
I once met a black woman in Philly who had a dog named “Rizzo”. This was back in the late ‘70s.
I once met a black woman in Philly who had a dog named Rizzo. This was back in the late 70s
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After they ‘moved’ the J Africa group MOVE, she renamed him “Goode”
i assumed it was Pit Bull the entertainer...
“Was the pit bull named Putin?”
Good thing the pit bull wasn’t a Russian Wolfhound.
They need to start euthanizing these dogs....
My now-deceased Father's favorite dog was named B!tch. My Uncle had a dog named "JFK". My maternal Grandmother had one named "FDR".
I don't have a dog right now, but if I acquire one in the future, I would never disgrace it by naming it "Obama".
As a side note, my sister once adopted a 3-legged stray she named "Lucky".
A .22 is much cheaper.
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