Well, we won’t know for a while. The man was found unresponsive at a family camp near a river a day before his birthday, a source told the San Diego Union-Tribune. An autopsy was performed, and the case is under investigation.
“It’s not something you want to see happen,” said the source with ties to the family. While there is no indication that death was a suicide, it’s unclear if the dog’s death was part of an attempt to commit suicide or simply a coincidence. “The family is very devastated by the loss of their dog, so they’re trying to stay strong,” the source said.
As for Seabiscuit’s identity, his owner said he will “never” reveal who paid to take the 4-year-old, black-and-white terrier. The source said he doesn’t think Seabiscuit would have killed himself without his owner’s help, and it’s not a matter of how much money, but how hard Seabiscuit would have struggled until he lost consciousness.
While some fans and critics have speculated the dog was killed by a cruel breeder or puppy mill, in our opinion the real cause of death is the dog’s owner. We’re told his business partner sold him the dog because she was concerned about her dog’s health.
What do you think? Is Seabiscuit’s death, like that of the many dogs, a sign of the apocalypse and your dog a sign of the apocalypse? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
[San Diego Union Tribune]
The New York Rangers were on the ice earlier this month when a pair of men in suits stood in front of the team’s locker room, watching an exercise on video. One of the men was dressed like a businessman in a suit. In stark contrast to the dapper man in question, the guy behind him looked like he was wearing a suit and tie, perhaps even a tie in that striped color.
He was an NHL official working as a team-services representative, a full-time job that pays roughly $50,000 a year.
The person in the suit asked several questions of a visiting player, then walked away.
“Who’s your real name?” the man asked.
The Ranger player nodded.
“Who’s your wife?” he asked.
The Rangers player didn’t seem pleased.
“And do you have children?”
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