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Subject: Re: Food For Thought

Mike Norrod
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Date Posted: 07:23:29 03/02/06 Thu
In reply to: FTJ 's message, "Re: Food For Thought" on 06:09:08 03/02/06 Thu

>LOL ... seems like that. My point is to just remind
>inquiring minds that controversy and speculation
>exist even among the so called "experts".

You claim that but I haven't seen it or read it. What are the names of the other so called experts are you always referring to?

>Stratton sold many books on Pit Bulls. That does not prove that
>he is "absolutely" correct in his history. He got what
>information he could like anyone else and ran with it.

John, Come on. Now you are really making yourself look foolish,
for you to say that and criteek Richard Stratton's knowledge on history of the breed.
You have no knowledge of it because you have no history with it!
Remember who he got his information from. I can tell you two of them were Bob Hemphill and Bob Wallace.

BTW you STILL haven't named your sources of dispute of the rest of history of OFRN. We are mostly all in agreement. You are the only one in total disagreement.

>1920's was a long time for Stratton as well. When he
>refers to OFRN its only in a modern application and
>his opinion.

No, it is information got directly from the people I named and it is the basically the same information those people told me.

>A good picture to begin with of a red nose dog that is
>a foundation game link is "FERGUSON'S CENTIPEDE". I
>think that is much closer in breeding and appearance to
>what people are trying to call OFRN today.

No, I think much closer to the foundation stock then other OFRN today, it is just simply because, he is a dog from many years ago when the breed was much younger.

>Stratton's book is good reading and contains vital
>information on some subjects, but I care to disagree
>with some of his ideas on pit bulls.

LOL LOL Doesn't surprise me after reading the things you have wrote. LOL
Don't worry, in time you begin to understand. Watch or play the game long enough and then the pieces seem to come together.

Look at the bright side. You gained the attention of someone who has taken their time of over 50 years owning the breed and let you have give and take access to their opinions to be able to help form and shape yours correctly! LOL

And people might forget in time the things you have said but they will remember the name and remember don't get upset at what they say about you, just make sure they spell the name right. ROTFL!

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