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    In away it's still her fault, but we can pass blame all we want... the fact remains the child went through hell and so did the mum, now the zoo has to explain what's next
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    That mom is mental $#@!ed for the rest of her life. Wouldn't be surprised if she gets a divroce. Just hope some lawyers don't try to blame the zoo and sue them.

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    it's both that are at fault but more so the mother of that child. However, we honestly don't need to say it's the mother at fault, I am quite sure she is in a miserable state right now, if not, probably a severe case of shock. no reason to be rude or completely negative towards the mother in this matter. Stuff like this happens, it doesn't mean she was a bad parent or whatever else, it's just $#@! that happens.

    The zoo though could have put in a fence catch. all of the Zoo's here in Minnesota have had them for years. they put them their in case stuff like this happen, so if someone fell, the fence sticking out at an angle would catch them. That zoo should have put these up, without them it was only a matter of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    it's both that are at fault but more so the mother of that child. However, we honestly don't need to say it's the mother at fault, I am quite sure she is in a miserable state right now, if not, probably a severe case of shock. no reason to be rude or completely negative towards the mother in this matter. Stuff like this happens, it doesn't mean she was a bad parent or whatever else, it's just $#@! that happens.

    The zoo though could have put in a fence catch. all of the Zoo's here in Minnesota have had them for years. they put them their in case stuff like this happen, so if someone fell, the fence sticking out at an angle would catch them. That zoo should have put these up, without them it was only a matter of time.
    Good idea but come on man do we have to idiot proof everything now a days because people lack common sense? *looks at can of peanut butter that says contains peanuts* nvm guess we do.

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    Both are to blame true... but then you could blame the dogs on what they naturally do and defend and being curious about who has entered their turf...

    But the mother has to look in the mirror everyday known what she did
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    all she had to do is jump in kick dogs grab kid get out but she is to much of coward

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    Its nit that simple mate. Animal cruelty and all that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybertox View Post
    So you dont care if one person dies or two?
    It's her fault that the kid is down there anyways. The least you can is try and help. FFS you caused the probem in the first place. As dave said a adult could've stood up against them.

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    It's her fault, it's the zoo's fault and its the kid's fault....

    The blame game started the minute she put her kid on the wall/fence...
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    stood up against those dogs, are you all high?

    I can already see the $#@! talkers on this topic, don't try to think your all tough, those african dogs were in a big group, they are majorly aggressive and they would tear both of you two up. bunch of macho men in this forum. lolz yea right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    stood up against those dogs, are you all high?

    I can already see the $#@! talkers on this topic, don't try to think your all tough, those african dogs were in a big group, they are majorly aggressive and they would tear both of you two up. bunch of macho men in this forum. lolz yea right.
    All here we go the naysayers are in. I know for sure i would have protected my kid against them and i don't need one to verify that. Even if it meant death for both us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    It's her fault, it's the zoo's fault and its the kid's fault....

    The blame game started the minute she put her kid on the wall/fence...
    the toddlers fault? ugh o.O

    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knight View Post
    All here we go the naysayers. I know for sure i would have protected my kid against them and i don't need one to verify that. Even if it meant death for both us.

    those dogs would have tore you up. I know for 100% fact those dogs would have $#@!ed you up. doesn't matter what or who is a fault now. point is, is the zoo can definitely take more safetly measures and they should with such aggressive animals for pete sakes.


    lets not forget the gorilla accident where a toddler feel in the gorilla pit with all the gorillas. should the parent have jumped down their also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    stood up against those dogs, are you all high?

    I can already see the $#@! talkers on this topic, don't try to think your all tough, those african dogs were in a big group, they are majorly aggressive and they would tear both of you two up. bunch of macho men in this forum. lolz yea right.
    Have any kids? If u did u would probably be willing ti die for them.

    All im saying is I would jump in and start acting all crazy and screaming and throwing $#@!. It might have bought the minute or two needed for the zookeeper to get in and call them off or whatever. Read the whole article $#@! talker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw26308 View Post
    Have any kids? If u did u would probably be willing ti die for them.

    All im saying is I would jump in and start acting all crazy and screaming and throwing $#@!. It might have bought the minute or two needed for the zookeeper to get in and call them off or whatever. Read the whole article $#@! talker.
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    yea, I even listened to it on TV as well. there is also a video on the first page where a guy basically says in different words that the kid was screwed.

    Also, I am a parent. but honestly, your going to spew macho men stuff in here without any respect for the mother of that child because evidently your the perfect parent right? your so perfect at parenting that everyone should stop and watch you and take notes from you? meh


    you would have done this or that, yet your not in that situation. "what I would have done" bull$#@!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    the toddlers fault? ugh o.O




    those dogs would have tore you up. I know for 100% fact those dogs would have $#@!ed you up. doesn't matter what or who is a fault now. point is, is the zoo can definitely take more safetly measures and they should with such aggressive animals for pete sakes.


    lets not forget the gorilla accident where a toddler feel in the gorilla pit with all the gorillas. should the parent have jumped down their also?
    I understand where you are coming from, but you have to understand that people should at least try to help their kids.Could you honestly sit by and what you kid get slaughtered? I don't know what would've happened to me but i would have tried my best to help my kid. Also, i'm not familiar with the gorilla story but the same goes for that. Now i know for sure a Gorillia would easily rip you apart buy it's still my kid regardless.

    EDIT: I know she isn't perfect but this is a BIG, BIG MISTAKE.

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    also, 11 dogs man. if you missed the video before here....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    also, 11 dogs man. if you missed the video before here....


    Well, apparently there was one dog that was being really aggressive. I know you don't believe so but i would've went after the kid.

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    Well,

    NEVER BITE THE HAND THAT FEEDS YOU

    that fits in well here
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    After seeing the mother in the video i instantely realized that she is a stupid person.

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    WELL I WOULD HAVE BROUGHT SOME CHILI AND MAYO AND HAD A CHILD SANDWICH WITH THE DOGS. YUMMY YUMMY
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    I would love to see Dave take on 11 wild dogs. He might last about 15-30s. It would be no different than taking on a pack of wolves. You would not win..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knight View Post
    Well, apparently there was one dog that was being really aggressive. I know you don't believe so but i would've went after the kid.
    one dog that was the MOST aggressive he still got mauled by all the dogs, the most aggressive had to killed but that didn't mean that he was the only one that attacked. this is real life dude, in a real situation, this isn't a "well if I was their" type of crap" because the fact is, no matter what you say, you still weren't in that situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    one dog that was the MOST aggressive he still got mauled by all the dogs, the most aggressive had to killed but that didn't mean that he was the only one that attacked. this is real life dude, in a real situation, this isn't a "well if I was their" type of crap" because the fact is, no matter what you say, you still weren't in that situation.
    I know there is a point in debating it because it's done. I know the feeling of losing a kid is bad enough punishment for her to by the way. I know i'm going to echo myself but i would have did something. I know it would be pointless, because there was eleven dogs, but there's no way in hell i would see a kid getting mauled and stand idle.“Cowards die many times before their deaths;The valiant never taste of death but once.” If i didn't jump in, like the woman, i would've died a little bit inside and that's way worse than physical pain.(to a degree)
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    In my opinion Zoo is totally a dangerous place

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    Look, when it comes do to it

    Who cares actually, because it's done and dusted now and awful as it is. It's done
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