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Re: Two dogs were stolen and sold in Jersey City, owner says
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So how did the other one taste?


Not a troll huh?


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So how did the other one taste?


Not a troll huh?

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So how did the other one taste?

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At the risk of interrupting this fascinating conversation about international dining habits, one of the dachshunds has been found.


Great News!

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At the risk of interrupting this fascinating conversation about international dining habits, one of the dachshunds has been found.

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I guess if one is exposed to such things at a very young age, then it would be "normal".

My dad loves turtle - he'd buy live turtles from the market, and I remember vividly he'd "prep" it himself for cooking; for example. standing there in the kitchen (sometimes for a few minutes) with a cleaver waiting for the turtle's head to come out (of the shell) so he can chop it off in one big swoof!

And my parents would force me to eat a stewed chicken heart - because that's suppose to be good for me...

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Dog meat is common, not a big deal.


The concept of eating dog is disgusting to me, but as your post indicates, I have heard this is a massive cultural difference, as people in China are quite comfortable eating dog.

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Dog meat is common, not a big deal.


The concept of eating dog is disgusting to me, but as your post indicates, I have heard this is a massive cultural difference, as people in China are quite comfortable eating dog.

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.


I can't speak for Cambodia, but I've traveled up and down Vietnam. It quite common to see roadside eateries with "Thit Cho" signs, even though the government has banned the sale of dogs as livestock. I don't think I ever saw a stray dog in Vietnam, whereas they're all over Thailand. 'Nuff said.

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Ignore the troll, 40 posts and nothing to contribute. No one gives a shit.


Not a troll, just call bullshit when I see it.

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Ignore the troll, 40 posts and nothing to contribute. No one gives a shit.

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.


Shut up already.

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What a troll.

And what an awful site this has turned into if the admin can't control this. No wonder the posts continue to decrease.

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what's your significant contribution to SEA?


Oh, just a few years workin' in engineering around the region, you know learning the languages and eating black dogs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PabxhKTkE0U





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No, I worked in sector support in IT, the Russians flew me around in their Mi-17's to deliver and repair computer equipment. I usually stayed overnight in Kampong shitholes and get picked up the next day.

and Yes, I had a Toyota Land Cruiser #1648, with twin 100 liter diesel tanks which i would drive from Phnom Penh to the beach in Kompong Som

what's your significant contribution to SEA?

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Sure, must have been a long 3 years within the confines of the UN compound - if you basically saw fuck all.

Did you have a nice shiny white SUV to drive around in and impress the locals ?

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It's a statement I made based on my experiences. I'm not trying to prove you are wrong. Why are you so such a combative asshole?

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.




M'kay sunshine, I've only been in the region for 20 odd years or so. I'm nearly fluent in only a couple of SE Asian languages.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIixW_jdZls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GMxcRS4yng

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETAd6a69A5g


Want to continue to play?

Or figure you should scurry away with your tail between your legs
while the gettin' is still good.


BTW - the black colored dogs are considered more tasty.


Holla !




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Sure, must have been a long 3 years within the confines of the UN compound - if you basically saw fuck all.

Did you have a nice shiny white SUV to drive around in and impress the locals ?

Holla !



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It's a statement I made based on my experiences. I'm not trying to prove you are wrong. Why are you so such a combative asshole?

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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iGreg wrote:
Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.




M'kay sunshine, I've only been in the region for 20 odd years or so. I'm nearly fluent in only a couple of SE Asian languages.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIixW_jdZls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GMxcRS4yng

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETAd6a69A5g


Want to continue to play?

Or figure you should scurry away with your tail between your legs
while the gettin' is still good.


BTW - the black colored dogs are considered more tasty.


Holla !




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@iGreg - have you eaten raw snake bladder just stripped from a live snake? THAT will give you bragging rights. Dog meat is common, not a big deal.


Did snake in Vietnam many times, tastes like chicken.

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It's a statement I made based on my experiences. I'm not trying to prove you are wrong. Why are you so such a combative asshole?

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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iGreg wrote:
Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.




M'kay sunshine, I've only been in the region for 20 odd years or so. I'm nearly fluent in only a couple of SE Asian languages.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIixW_jdZls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GMxcRS4yng

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETAd6a69A5g


Want to continue to play?

Or figure you should scurry away with your tail between your legs
while the gettin' is still good.


BTW - the black colored dogs are considered more tasty.


Holla !




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@iGreg - have you eaten raw snake bladder just stripped from a live snake? THAT will give you bragging rights. Dog meat is common, not a big deal.

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.




M'kay sunshine, I've only been in the region for 20 odd years or so. I'm nearly fluent in only a couple of SE Asian languages.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIixW_jdZls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GMxcRS4yng

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETAd6a69A5g


Want to continue to play?

Or figure you should scurry away with your tail between your legs
while the gettin' is still good.


BTW - the black colored dogs are considered more tasty.


Holla !





it is quite possible you two Bourdains have lost the thread.

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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.




M'kay sunshine, I've only been in the region for 20 odd years or so. I'm nearly fluent in only a couple of SE Asian languages.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIixW_jdZls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GMxcRS4yng

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETAd6a69A5g


Want to continue to play?

Or figure you should scurry away with your tail between your legs
while the gettin' is still good.


BTW - the black colored dogs are considered more tasty.


Holla !




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I spent 3 years during with UNTAC in the early 90's and traveled to most of the provinces and I've never seen anyone eat dogs in Cambodia

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.

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Good Lord !

Hope they did not make it into the Cambodian soup.

I've eaten dog in Northern Laos and will say it is a tad chewy.

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That is awful. I feel for the owner...

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Rebecca Panico | The Jersey Journal

Khadijah Sumter's dogs are coveted not only by her, but perhaps someone else as well.

Sumter, 27, believes her two dogs were recently stolen in Jersey City after witnesses said they saw someone selling her beloved pups.

"They're my life," said Sumter, a North Bergen resident. "I kept calling their name hoping they'd hear. I pretty much collapsed on the ground when I heard."

Prince and Diamond are black and tan miniature dachshunds. Prince just celebrated his 8th birthday on May 11, and Diamond, a female and 4 years old, has a natural Mohawk on her neck.

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On May 16, Sumter's father was watching Prince and Diamond in his Jersey City home on Kennedy Boulevard. When Sumter came to pick up the dogs at around 4 p.m. after attending a bridal shower, her dad told her he couldn't find the dogs.

Sumter went up and down Kennedy Boulevard in a frenzy, asking business owners and residents if they had seen her dogs. One women noticed Sumter crying and said she had seen someone selling the dogs.

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