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So I heard on the news today that 3 pitbulls reportedly "came out of nowhere and attacked a man on his property." The story is obviously a lie, and the man probably was harassing them in some way. I grew with pitbulls, so I know they are not "naturally violent monstrous creatures". There's always another side to the story. I just don't understand why CBS inspires so many people to go out and hate pitbulls.
It is because a lot of people buy pitbulls and raise them specifically to be aggressive. It's really quite sad. I don't know who first said it, but "there is no such thing as a bad dog, just bad owners".
"I don't got nothin'... but I'll give what I got"
anecdotal evidence =/= empirical evidence
i knew this called adolf once and he was a pretty nice so i dont see why everyone says adolf hitler was such a bad guy
I doubt it was a lie, the pit bulls were probably raised to be aggressive.
But yeah I agree, they're not naturally any more aggressive than any other breed. It's just how they're treated.
The problem with pitbulls is that they're one f the cheapest breeds of dogs. You'll see pups being given away on Craigslist.
So they're really popular with low income folks and students, which for the most part have no experience in training any kind of pet. Also they're much more likely to abuse their pets (as they do with their wives and girlfriends), resulting in more violent pet behavior.
Anyways that's my hypothesis behind this whole pitbull scare.