Mar 23, 2010

Another unsensitive "citizen" (for not calling him something worse--not that he doesn't deserve it)

Just today I saw a man with 2 small children--not even in school age--and the bastard hit a small dog on the head with a heavy stick. I stopped and told him a couple of things like--hey man, you can't do that, much less in front of your children... if they grow up to be disgusting people, now you know who to blame... and so on". The dog was just sitting on the sand when they approached and out of nowhere he hit him/her. The poor pup was so scared that even I couldn't get close, s/he just ran away as fast as s/he could. With this attitude coming from their parents, children are getting that this is ok, "it's just a dog" and tomorrow could be just "a human" they just "killed... That's how tomorrow's criminals are formed.

8 comments:

Chrissy Beckles said...

Sandra you are so brave and so right - this is why it is so hard to change the perception of animals on the island. Because bastards (I agree with you there!) show their children that this is 'normal' behavior. Sandra I will personally give you some boxing lessons next time I'm in PR - you never know it may come in handy.

Chrissy Beckles said...

I only wish I was with you Sandra when you witness atrocities like this - this stupid bastard would be explaining to his children why he got his ass kicked by a 106lb girl.

Anonymous said...

that is HORRIBLE, nothing more to say

Anonymous said...

Que loco mas malo! De verdad ... no tendran corazon??? El pobre ejemplo para los pobres ninos. Si lo ves de nuevo, dile: "WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND, BUDDY!" Gracias Sandra, por siempre defender y protejer a nuestros satitos ... hasta con palabras y disgustos con gente tan ignorante como ese individuo ... Rosalinda Torres y familia, 3/25/10

Anonymous said...

Sandra... thank you for saying something to this guy. I pray one day things on the Island will change

Kimber said...

Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view), consists of its attitude towards those who are at its
mercy: animals. ~Milan Kundera (1929-)

Anonymous said...

Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view), consists of its attitude towards those who are at its
mercy: animals.
~Milan Kundera (1929-)

Kim said...

Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view), consists of its attitude towards those who are at its
mercy: animals.
~Milan Kundera (1929-)