Posts Tagged “admiration”

Thank You Comment :: Colleen Lynn

by colleen lynn.

I am a great admirer of Colleen Lynn, her intelligence, her integrity and her strength. I’m awed and deeply touched by the openness and poignancy with which Colleen dares describes what the attack did to her, including the secondary trauma. This is real courage … Colleen, you make this world a better place in so many ways … all of us are blessed that you exist and that we may know you. – Alexandra

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Thank You Letter :: Colleen Lynn

by colleen lynn.

I want to thank you for the hard work and dedication you have in trying to protect people from dangerous dogs such as Pitbulls.  Your dedication is admired by all of us that are in this battle to try and restore some safety and peace to the people, children and normal family pets.  Safety and peace that has been so badly disrupted by Pitbulls and the ProPitbull Lobby. We appreciate your honest and tactful manner in which you report dog attacks. I hope that I can bring some help to the victim advocacy movement.  – Gail, Texas

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Wonderful Words :: Robert H. Jackson

by colleen lynn.

IN WHAT ORDER SHOULD THE ARGUMENT BE ARRANGED?
The order and progression of an argument are important to its ready comprehension, but in the Supreme Court these are not wholly within the lawyer’s control. It is difficult to please nine different minds, and it is a common experience that questions upset the plan of argument before the lawyer has fairly started. I used to say that, as Solicitor General, I made three arguments of every case. First came the one that I planned – as I thought, logical, coherent, complete. Second was the one actually presented – interrupted, incoherent, disjointed, disappointing. The third was the utterly devastating argument that I thought of after going to bed that night.

-Robert H. Jackson
Advocacy Before the United States Supreme Court
August 23, 1951

Thank You Letter :: Colleen Lynn

by colleen lynn.

Dear Colleen Lynn,
Thank you.
I started to do research into the dangers of pit bulls when it was announced in 2008 that the ban in Holland would be lifted. I searched the Dutch internet, but I could not find any information so I decided to search the American websites. I ploughed through 5 pages of search results before I found Dogsbite.org. All the time I was becoming more and more suspicious. Dog owners all agreeing on a subject? Doesn’t happen, never, but they all agree pit bulls are just like any other dog?
I started a website. Being warned by Dogsbite.org experiences, I registered ‘tegenpitjes.nl’ private. First the pit bull owners tried a DNS attack against my site. When that didn’t work, they harassed my domain registrar. It got so bad for them I had to pull the plug on ‘tegenpitjes.nl’ and register my new website, ‘tegenpitjes.info’, in the States.
Thank you Colleen, your help was invaluable. I admire you so much. I have no words to describe it because I’ve never known anybody who I admire this much. Your courage is a shining example for me. – Astrid, Founder of Tegenpitjes.info

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