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Dog sweltering in gray TrailBlazer in Walmart parking lot

A dog is sweltering inside a silver-grayish Chevy TrailBlazer in the parking lot of Walmart in Batavia. The SUV has Florida plates. A Sheriff's deputy is responding.

mark jackett
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smash the windows!!!!!!!!!

Peter O'Brien
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A dog in the heat doesn't give you the right to destroy personal property.

mark jackett
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WHO CARES LOCK YOU IN THE CAR AND SEE WHAT CHOICES YOU HAVE
SMASH THE WINDOWS

Lisa Falkowski
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This is bullshit!

Tim Miller
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The way it is going, my prediction of a blue car at BJs might actually come true...

But seriously, folks... how hard is it to remember "do not leave a living being in a closed up vehicle during the dead of summer"?

{sigh}

Peter O'Brien
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Mark I care.

Learn how to use the shift button correctly and use some punctuation. Your run-on sentences make you look less intelligent.

On your quote "WHO CARES LOCK YOU IN THE CAR AND SEE WHAT CHOICES YOU HAVE", are you trying to find out who cares if I am locked in a car and what choices that presents to me? Or did you you just forget the word "to"? As in "Who cares to lock you in the car and see what choices you have?" Or did you forget the words "and" and "will". As in "Who cares and will lock you in the car and see what choices you have." I don't know anyone named Who but if that person tries to lock me in a car more than likely I will just exit it since you can unlock cars from the inside. That choice would be the easiest to make. Though I could always choose to hot wire the car and start it, or I could do you what I guess you are suggesting for me to do in that situation and "SMASH THE WINDOWS".

Grammar and punctuation matter.

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