OT: Guns don't kill people, monkeys do

OT: Guns don't kill people, monkeys do

Post by Greg Mossma » Sun, 06 Mar 2005 04:19:34


While I'm normally not one to post off-topic newsbits, here's a local story
that was so gruesome I couldn't deny it to rec.scuba readers.  The bastard
wasn't content ripping off the guy's nose and foot, but had to get the balls
as well.

"St. James Davis had severe *** injuries and would require extensive
surgery in an attempt to reattach his nose, Dr. Maureen Martin of Kern
Medical Center told KGET-TV of Bakersfield. His *** and a foot also
were severed, Kern County Sheriff's Cmdr. Hal Chealander told The
Bakersfield Californian."  Ouch.

http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

OT: Guns don't kill people, monkeys do

Post by Stev » Mon, 07 Mar 2005 04:24:15

Quote:

> While I'm normally not one to post off-topic newsbits, here's a local story
> that was so gruesome I couldn't deny it to rec.scuba readers.

Well, it's not like you couldn't see it coming:

      "St. James and LaDonna Davis were at the Animal Haven Ranch in
      Caliente to celebrate the birthday of Moe, a 39-year-old chimpanzee
      who was taken from their suburban Los Angeles home in 1999 after
      biting off part of a woman's finger."

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OT: Guns don't kill people, monkeys do

Post by Crownfiel » Mon, 07 Mar 2005 05:00:31

Quote:


> > While I'm normally not one to post off-topic newsbits, here's a local story
> > that was so gruesome I couldn't deny it to rec.scuba readers.

> Well, it's not like you couldn't see it coming:

>       "St. James and LaDonna Davis were at the Animal Haven Ranch in
>       Caliente to celebrate the birthday of Moe, a 39-year-old chimpanzee
>       who was taken from their suburban Los Angeles home in 1999 after
>       biting off part of a woman's finger."

more directly,
they had a long history of dealing safely and carefully with Moe.
the big question is how the other two chimps got out.

anyone who understands that the *** chimps are more dangerous
than lions and tigers should have had a foolproof system
for keeping the chimps locked safely in their cage.

obviously they did not.

Quote:

> --
> Steve

> The above can be construed as personal opinion in the absence of a reasonable
> belief that it was intended as a statement of fact.

> If you want a reply to reach me, remove the SPAMTRAP from the address.