Duane “Dog” Chapman’s son Sells Taped Conversation with “N” Word to The National Enquirer


UPDATE: Dana Pretzer talks with Brook Hart, Duane “Dog” Chapman’s attorney, TONIGHT on The Dana Pretzer Show on Scared Monkeys Radio. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!

Make it public and cash in at all cost societyDogchapman. When does it end? The son of Duane “Dog” Chapman has reportedly sold a private telephone recording to the tabloids where the reality star and bounty hunter used a racial slur, the “N” word. A&E has suspended production of the popular bounty hunting series, “saying the network takes the matter seriously”.

When is the line drawn as to what is deemed private? The get rich scenario at all cost goes on far too often in today’s society. The witch hunt for those that use the “N” word has also gotten out of control. Enter Al Sharpton, of course. The word should never be used; however, are we supposed to believe that white and black a like do not use it? People are not perfect and I thought supposed to be forgiven. Or at least that works for some past presidents. What, are we now holding reality TV stars to a higher standard? Certain things are just meant to be kept in the family.

Rev. Al to Dog Chapman — March With Me!

“I guess because of whatever level of anger he had of his father, he felt the need to express it in that manner,” attorney Brook Hart told The Associated Press. Tucker Chapman could not be reached for comment; no one answered the telephone at a Honolulu number listed under his name. The National Enquirer on Wednesday posted on its Web site a clip of a conversation in which Duane Chapman, star of the hit A&E series “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” repeatedly used the N-word in reference to Tucker’s girlfriend.

Chapman later apologized to his son and the woman, then learned about how the tape got into the tabloid’s hands, Hart said. (Yahoo News)‘Dog’ Chapman Apologizes for Racial Slur

He says, “My sincerest, heartfelt apologies go out to every person I have offended for my regrettable use of very inappropriate language. I am deeply disappointed in myself for speaking out of anger to my son and using such a hateful term in a private phone conversation.”

UPDATE I: Dog Leashed — A&E Pulls “Bounty Hunter

A&E Houses Dog

This Dog has been chained.

A&E has indefinitely pulled all airings of Dog the Bounty Hunter effective Friday, two days after star Duane “Dog” Chapman’s racist rant hit the Internet.

“In evaluating the circumstances of the last few days, A&E has decided to take Dog the Bounty Hunter off the network’s schedule for the foreseeable future,” the network said in a statement. “We hope that Mr. Chapman continues the healing process that he has begun.”

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    58 Responses to “Duane “Dog” Chapman’s son Sells Taped Conversation with “N” Word to The National Enquirer”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on November 2nd, 2007 1:36 pm

      Well we all better be careful what we say to our family on the voice mail.

      I wonder how long it will be before others children see how they can make money on their parents errors that were said in a personal and private conversation?

    2. Jerry from Ohio on November 2nd, 2007 2:55 pm

      This sounds like a child that felt that he didn’t receive his just due from his fathers fame and hard work whether the boy perceives it this way or not .
      Or else he may be learning tricks of the trade from someone else that he is close too at the present time either way I’ll bet that he will not be invited to Thanksgiving dinner at Duane and Beth’s house .
      Personally I’d like to see Leland get a hold of this kid and show him what brothers are capable of when their father is done dirty by his own kin .
      I’ve seen Leland fight and he is good .
      Jerry from Ohio

    3. Miss-Underestimated on November 2nd, 2007 3:51 pm

      Is Duane related to Anita?

    4. Patti on November 2nd, 2007 6:03 pm

      Miss U #3:


      I don’t think that Mexican jail was too kind to Duane, but he’s always looked a little rough around the edges…. and then there’s Beth with that wild, 50′s look and a mouth that would make a sailor sound polite. I’m not surprised of news like this. It was only a matter of time before they offended someone that mattered.

      America’s reality show?!?!?!

      I don’t know any people like Duane

      and Beth in my wildest fantasies…

      and they have the nerve to call THAT reality???

      Hate to be a hater,

      but what goes around

      comes around…

      I say good riddance to old trash…

      Bye Byeeeee!

    5. Rammstein on November 2nd, 2007 6:44 pm

      it isn’t the use of the N-word alone that makes it a problem, normally it is accompanied with attitude to the part of the population he made this slur to that is not appropriate IMHO.

    6. Patti on November 2nd, 2007 6:46 pm


      Listen to the tape, between the F word, repeated
      over and over again, the message is. We don’t
      mean it like that, speaking of calling someone an
      N on numerous occasions and refusing to have her,
      around because of the color of her skin.

      “We don’t mean it like that,

      But America will think we do.”


      Hint to Mr. Cool:

      America knows that word in only one context.

      There is no good reason to refer to anyone by

      that name… no matter who you think you are.

      Besides, you don’t look cool to me and

      your actions are offensive. Grow up and smell

      the coffee, you already lost it all, not because

      of anything your son did, but because of YOU!

    7. yoyo muffintop on November 2nd, 2007 7:09 pm

      Dog was convicted in the murder of a black man in Texas back in the late 1970′s. He certainly should be more sensitive to black people after this conviction.
      He portrays himself as someone who has changed his life and is a christian. But he’s admitted to going on a 6 month crack cocaine binge back in the mid 1990′s and while he was a Bounty Hunter. This isn’t the signs of a changed man.
      His apology means nothing. The fact it was a private phone call shows his real feelings came out.

      I mean come on – you won’t have your career of 30 years in jeopardy because you like to use the word NI—-GER and don’t want anyone Black around to tell you to stop it??!! UNREAL! What scum!

      Here’s what he said – pretty racist to me:
      “Duane “Dog” Chapman: I don’t care if she’s a Mexican, a whore or whatever. It’s not because she’s black, it’s because we use the word ni**er sometimes here. I’m not gonna take a chance ever in life of losing everything I’ve worked for for 30 years because some ******* ni**er heard us say ni**er and turned us in to the Enquirer magazine. Our career is over! I’m not taking that chance at all! Never in life! Never! Never! If Lyssa [Dog's daughter] was dating a ni**er, we would all say ‘**** you!’ And you know that. If Lyssa brought a black guy home ya da da… it’s not that they’re black, it’s none of that. It’s that we use the word ni**er. We don’t mean you ******* scum ni**er without a soul. We don’t mean that ****. But America would think we mean that. And we’re not taking a chance on losing everything we got over a racial slur because our son goes with a girl like that. I can’t do that Tucker. You can’t expect Gary, Bonnie, Cecily, all them young kids to [garbled] because ‘I’m in love for 7 months’ – **** that! So, I’ll help you get another job but you can not work here unless you break up with her and she’s out of your life. I can’t handle that ****. I got ‘em in the parking lot trying to record us. I got that girl saying she’s gonna wear a recorder…

    8. Kat_Gram on November 2nd, 2007 7:59 pm

      Hey, I happen to like Dog and Beth. Yes, they look different than me, but so what ? They are genuine people whose backgrounds do have some rough edges, but so what ? They do good work and the sincerity of what Dog and Beth believe in comes through in their work. They have some compassion and empathy for the people they take in because they have had these different lives and are no longer living in the ” problem “.
      Regardless of what Dog said, he has apologized for it, didn’t go into a treatment program for it and I am still a big fan. Like who hasn’t said something very inapppropriate recently ?

    9. Kat_Gram on November 2nd, 2007 9:19 pm

      He said something inappropriate, that’s all.
      No need to call him trash.

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    11. Scared Monkeys on November 2nd, 2007 9:46 pm

      If every person was scrutinized to every private conversation they had in a heated moment, I would dare so that no one could pass the test.

      What is said in private is meant to stay in private. Unless some idiot wants wants to just make a buck.


    12. buster on November 2nd, 2007 9:49 pm

      Look what it did to the guy on Southpark he ended up kissing Jacksons A$$ and all he did was play Jepredy

    13. brie on November 2nd, 2007 10:03 pm

      So what!!!

    14. PAS on November 2nd, 2007 10:13 pm

      It amazes me how many people are making excuses for this man. So what if it was a private conversation? Did he still not say it? Stop blaming his poor son, who was fired from his job for loving a black woman. His own father would rather alienate him and take away his job than stop using hateful words. How can people defend a man like that?

      I used to love Dog and all he stood for. Now I see him for that he truly is. A racist and a bad father. I feel sorry for all of his children, many of whom seem to be very troubled. Perhaps if he had practiced what he preached, they wouldn’t be.

      There is no way to excuse that tape or say it was taken out of context. He calls the girl the n-word over and over.

    15. jason on November 2nd, 2007 10:49 pm

      You defending this racist or brushing it off as something most people would say says more about you than anything else. No most people would not be talking like that in private or public and certainly not as normal language like Dog says they use it. And Dog was not saying it in the heat of the moment, he said they use that kind of language at home.

      What would you all be saying if Dog was from Aruba? Singing a different tune no doubt.

    16. Patti on November 2nd, 2007 11:43 pm

      Great Point, Jason!

      That says it all.

      Besides, anyone that dresses in black leather from
      head to toe, in Hawaii, has to have a screw loose.
      But, then again, with Dog, it’s all about LOOKING
      cool, not BEING it.


      Kat Gram:

      One woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure.

      Like Jason says, it reflects a person’s character.

      I say – he’s racist, murdering, crack-head TRASH!

      Sorry, if it offends you.

    17. Patti on November 2nd, 2007 11:47 pm

      Red #11:

      You don’t get it.

      This wasn’t about money…

      It was about love.

    18. Scrapiron on November 3rd, 2007 11:21 am

      The revrund’s Je$$ie and $harpton have spread racism far and wide. The ‘N’ word is used today more than any time in history, by both black and white. Now the noose, a signal of the end of a criminal, is a racist symbol. This only shows how low the black ‘leadership’ will go for money. Pimping their mothers and sisters wasn’t low enough or bringing in the dough.

    19. yoyo muffintop on November 3rd, 2007 12:17 pm

      #18 – Dude you need to get out more!
      Nooses..hangings…slavery…KKK…RING ANY BELLS?
      Maybe a racist symbol because…it was a leisure activity for whites to hang blacks for no reason just a few decades ago?
      The noose, along with the burning cross, are symbols of racism. Just like the black power sign (held up closed fist) offends many whites, the noose and burning cross offends them.
      It’s a symbol of American racism – it’s a reminder of one of the most barbaric acts of mistreatment of African Americans in US history.
      These symbols represent hate and should not be tolerated – don’t ‘cha think?

      I guess you missed that week in school? You need to go back to history class.

    20. Patti on November 3rd, 2007 1:37 pm


      The noose was not only a signal of the end but actually, was the end. Used by cowards, disguised in white sheets, they reeped havoc against anyone, guilty and innocent… even teachers who taught children to read as well as the children who taught other children to read. How you could think that is, somehow, something to poke fun about is a reflection of your own ignorance. Sounds like you need to go back to the VC where you thought there was honor in killing women and children. I suppose that was another way that people, brought in their “dough” pimping themselves.

      Your comments are foolish reflecting the epidemic of racism mixed in with a little fantasy and alot of insanity. Reverend Jackson and Sharpton couldn’t care less about Dog, the Bounty hunter, they are more concerned with people, like you, that not only call names but threaten violence against their people.

    21. Patti on November 3rd, 2007 2:17 pm

      Yo Yo:

      Gotta hand it to you, you handled that alot more calmer than I would. It’s funny the things that people will say under the heading of a fake name hidden in the safety of being an anonymous person behind a computer screen or a white sheet. He’s not a man. He’s a cowardly monster. Ashamed of, even, himself.

      I don’t know about you, but, I get real tired of having to argue points that were not only argued long before, but settled by various acts of Congress and inacted by statutes by the highest Court of the United States. The worst of those that want to rehash the fight are, in many cases, the very people that supposedly fought for the freedom that those statutes represent.

      It sure makes me question the honor that they so desperately seek, the respect and the acceptance, that they, themselves, can’t afford for others.

      Perhaps it is because of this that the networks feel the need to take a stand and support this Nations policies concerning civil rights, equal rights and common decency.

    22. Kat_Gram on November 3rd, 2007 6:24 pm

      Dog has come a long way and has had many more issues to deal with in his life than we have.
      What he said, yes was inappropriate, but let’s not call him down for his past or how he dresses. He looks fine to himself and to Beth. He has beaten some great odds in his life. Think about the positive aspect of the man, instead of bringing up every negative thing from his past.

    23. brie on November 3rd, 2007 6:47 pm

      I bet National Enquirer paid a bundle for that one…always somebody wanting to slam somebody for money…whether he really said it or not…tapes are edited…but to say One womens’s trash is another women’s treasure…that was totally appropriate..we all know what comes out of the media is always not always the way it is…when it’s time to find a child abductor or a rapist or a murder..who takes care of things…I think it’s completely narrowed minded to stalk this man for something he may or may have not said… It’s all overrated..for God’s sake…blacks calls blacks the N-word, white’s call white’s the h-word, it happens everywhere…but to put a stop of freedom of speech in your own household is a violation of our constitutional rights!!!

      The man that is taking care of our criminals and bringing them to justice…you should all be ashamed of yourself. You have no compassion for the victims!!!!!!

    24. brie on November 3rd, 2007 7:20 pm

      …#15…Jason…park it! Your smart mouth….What is the big deal….he’s done more for us you will ever achieve…!!!

    25. brie on November 3rd, 2007 7:55 pm

      #23….correction…to say..that was totally inappropriate ..not!!!

    26. yoyo muffintop on November 3rd, 2007 9:03 pm

      Based off your previous remarks concerning african americans, I would expect nothing less from you Brie.
      “It’s that we use the word ni**er. We don’t mean you ******* scum ni**er without a soul. We don’t mean that ****. But America would think we mean that.” Your right Dog, we do think you mean that.
      Brie, I got a feeling the “N” word is used in your household quite a bit. The one who should be ashamed is you Brie.

    27. jason on November 3rd, 2007 9:52 pm

      There’s a famous saying: It’s better to remain silent and to have people wonder if you’re a fool than open your mouth and remove all doubt. That definitely applies in your case.

      And the fact remains that you obviously feel there is nothing wrong being a racist. Must take a racist to excuse a racist.

    28. brie on November 3rd, 2007 10:00 pm

      I would expect nothing less from you Fried Dough.. based on your attitude…I would think it is part of your everyday vocabulary…Colin Powell happens to be a favorite of mine…little would you know…!!! A man of education and respect..someone you could learn from…!!!!

    29. brie on November 3rd, 2007 10:24 pm

      Who even cares what you think YoYo…I would think in your household that is an everyday remark!!!Trash speaks like trash thinks!!

    30. Patti on November 4th, 2007 2:17 am


      How can you say that Colin Powell is a favorite of

      yours. Do you show respect for your favorite by

      disrespecting those that would tear down the

      bridge that he in his own way, worked to build

      between the races? Is that what you have learned

      from him?

      I happen to know Colin Powell, and I don’t think

      that he would appreciate being associated with

      any of the comments that you’ve made here and in

      the past.



      Love your comment. Hope you don’t mind if I use it

      sometime. You have no idea how right on the money

      you really are.


      Yo Yo:

      You and I have always stood united on this

      subject and I hope it stays that way. Congrats

      for having the courage to stand up for what you

      know is right… in spite of all the name calling.

      As for shame, comment #26 – She feels no shame…


      Incidently; I, for one, care about what you think.

      Hang in there, kid…


      Trash is not a person – it has nothing to do with

      where you live or how much money you make; or

      even your occupation… it’s a state of mind.

    31. Patti on November 4th, 2007 2:40 am



      How can you say that Colin Powell is a favorite of

      yours. Do you show respect for your favorite by

      supporting those that would tear down the

      bridge that he in his own way, worked to build

      between the races? Is that what you have learned

      from him?

      I happen to know Colin Powell, and I don’t think

      that he would appreciate being associated with

      any of the comments that you’ve made here and in

      the past

    32. brie on November 4th, 2007 7:33 am

      It’s always so obvious who the Joran lovers are!

    33. nurturer on November 4th, 2007 9:56 am

      Kind of interesting how some of you spell the word nigger by typing n***er or by typing ‘the N word’. The PC Police are out there so be careful.

      Just a reminder, it’s A WORD. Not a CRIME. Yet. I’ve seen curse words spelled out in full on this board and no one batted an eyelid.

      And as for you Patti, your snobbishness has finally shone through. I appreciate a man or women’s action more than their WORDS, whatever he or she says, or wherever he or she comes from – trash or treasure.

      The fact that he and his crew went into your beloved Mexico and captured and transported an American rapist, when your own law enforcement wouldn’t says much more about him than WORDS. In a WORD – GROWUP. He did YOU and the rest of us a favor. Whether you care to get off your high horse and acknowledge it or not.

    34. Carpe Noctem on November 4th, 2007 1:44 pm

      If Imus got fired for it…

      (which was BS – because a
      nappy headed ho, is not race

      If Dog gets taken off the air for saying it…
      (in a private phone call no less)

      Then they need to remove it off every damn rap
      record that was produced in the past 20 years.
      It cannot be one sided… we can say it, but
      you guys can’t. That is a load. Ain’t that
      right, honkey?

    35. Carpe Noctem on November 4th, 2007 2:24 pm


      It amazes me how many people are making excuses for this man. So what if it was a private conversation?

      He shouldn’t be saying that. BUT…
      if private phone calls are now fair

      Where does it all stop? We are heading down
      a road where people will be getting
      arrested for what they think.

      Dog didn’t whip out a bullhorn and shout
      that drivel out in the middle of
      LAX airport.

      He had a private discussion with that floating
      t-biscuit of a son of his. Leland if you are
      reading this, please go kick Tucker right
      in his f’n lunch sack for me! That kid is an IDIOT.

      Seems to me the lines
      between private & public,
      are becoming very blurry.

      BY NO MEANS-
      Am I defending the
      use of the N word.

    36. nurturer on November 4th, 2007 4:07 pm

      #34 – My Honkey.

    37. Patti on November 4th, 2007 4:56 pm


      Yeah… you’re right, I’m a snob.


      Snobs are not allowed to their opinion

      on Scared Monkeys?

      I said that Dog, the Bounty Hunter needed to grow up; but, obviously, alot of people need to grow up. Calling names is rather childish, don’t you think? I suppose you think Beth is a snob, too? She doesn’t go around calling people names and when she did speak her mind and call the perps names, that one would call someone that is convicted of a crime, she had the courage and class to publicly appologize. How many people, here, do you think would offer an apology for calling names?

      As far as your accusation of my opinion of Mexico, all I can say is that living as a ex-pat in a foreign country gives one their own perspective of things, first hand. I wouldn’t say that it is my “Beloved” but I do have a certain amount of empathy for the people of Mexico… must be the snob coming out in me. However, the reason that he was in jail is not because what he did was wrong, it was the way he did it… illegally.

      Besides, in this story, you miss the point. The reason Hollywood Dog didn’t want the black girl around was because, in his own words, he and his family use the “N” word (as referred to in the title of this article) all the time. Snob or no snob, that is not something to be proud of. The snobs are the ones that make the rules when it comes to the actions of public figures. Once again, the snobbish Networks are right and his show will be cancelled.

      Say Bye Byeeee, Mr. Hollywood Dog, in the Reality!

    38. Patti on November 4th, 2007 5:11 pm

      I agree with Carpe about the lines of private and public, but I also think that there is alot more to this story than is being published. Not that I really care, but, I’m sure there will be more uncovered during the investigation.



      I happen to like Carpe, too. That doesn’t mean that I have to agree with every word he says… but I respect his opinion and his right to express it.

    39. Dana on November 4th, 2007 5:16 pm

      HE ADMITS IT !
      His apology is sincere in my opinion, that doenst make what he said right, but its a good start to make up for the error he made.
      Celebrities are human, maybe some are racist.
      But selling out your dad for 15 grand is telling also.
      Dog will survive.
      I know him he is a good person.


    40. Patti on November 4th, 2007 6:53 pm

      Dog will survive,

      but without an audience,

      his show won’t.
      SM: People said the same thing about Don Imus and he’s just signed a new contract. ;) (klaasend)

    41. nurturer on November 4th, 2007 7:02 pm

      #37. Two points for Patti for recognizing the obvious:

      “I said that Dog, the Bounty Hunter needed to grow up; but, obviously, alot of people need to grow up. Calling names is rather childish, don’t you think?”

      - Name calling can be childish, in your case in particular. Calling someone Mr. Cool or Hollywood Dog, would be a case in point.

      “I suppose you think Beth is a snob, too?”

      - What does Duane Chapman saying the WORD nigger to his son have to do with the Natalee Holloway case?

      “However, the reason that he was in jail is not because what he did was wrong, it was the way he did it… illegally.”

      - If ever you find yourself in physical danger from someone else, you will not care if the methods used to save you are illegal or otherwise, but that they are simply effective. That is a fact. You will throw away your liberal, theoretcial handbook to replace it with the presence of someone like Duane Chapman and be glad you did.

      “The reason Hollywood Dog didn’t want the black girl around . . . ”

      - I thought name-calling was childish. Only when someone else is doing it, right Patti?

      “The snobs are the ones that make the rules when it comes to the actions of public figures.”

      - This one needs a translation.

    42. brie on November 4th, 2007 7:18 pm

      I think Dog is a good person too…he was wrong and yes he did admit it…but what his son did is unforgiveable…Leland will probably give him a few good punches for beginners. Some people need to learn what the word privacy means…invasion of his personal and private life…he will survive! And he will continue serving justice…we need more bounty hunters like “DOG”, bring in our criminals! He does way more good than anything bad. And don’t forget he did apologize, even though he was invaded.

      The show is only temporarily suspended. And has top ratings, that’s a lot of viewers. People like seeing justice served and defending our victims.

      What Aruba did to Beth, making her apologize, was pathetic, and she was right all along. It was pressure and probably fear from the corruption of Aruba. But I guarantee you she will never, never, never ever again give in again. She lost her daughter and all they wanted to do victimize her.

      And for you know Joran supporters…I hope “Dog” knocks on your door!

    43. brie on November 4th, 2007 8:08 pm

      “Knock, Knock”! Your Joran supporters and you don’t belong on here. On who’s payroll, Paulus, Posner and Renfro…lets investigate illegal immigrants..your posing under other people that we can do without! Your ongoing problems and comments are without a doubt a description of criminal involvement….

    44. brie on November 4th, 2007 8:34 pm

      Joran lovers..leave the site…we know who you are….your only here because of payolla…freakin’ double talk…all the time….your exposed and an all American joke…your trolls and have no respect for anything..except money..Your a cheap paid addition to wanting Natalee’s case to go away. That goes for Patti, Jason and YoYo…get lost. We’ll deal with you later.

    45. brie on November 4th, 2007 8:38 pm

      Patti, could be an illegal immigrant….if so arrest her….

    46. brie on November 4th, 2007 8:46 pm

      She’s crazy..there are no Aruban’s eating people! Back up the wagon….that is totally disgraceful for the people of Aruba.. they maybe are guilty of many things but they don’t eat people!!!! For the sake of God this woman belongs in a institution!!!!

    47. Patti on November 4th, 2007 9:01 pm

      Oh my God!

      Between Nurturer’s miscomprehension of name calling and Brie’s conviction that anyone that disagrees with her is a Joran lover borders on the rediculous.


      For your information, Dog the Bounty Hunter has been called Hollywood Dog for a long time, it’s not exactly name calling. Hawaii can’t stand him and his family and if anyone is going to get the old one-two, it will be him, as the state consists of more than 95% non-white.

      You need to get out a little and come to realize that the world doesn’t evolve around some old fashioned comprehension that you can go around calling people RACIAL names and not be considered a racist.



      What on earth can a person say about you? You come on this site day in and day out blurting out what sounds like not much more than a child’s comprehension of an adult situation.

      When was the last time you did any research? You say that you’re here to help the family, but you come up with nothing more than, how much you hate this person and that. The family doesn’t need hate, it needs ideas, support and a group of people that will be taken seriously. Not an embarrassment.

      And the Joran supporter comments you make, tops it all. It is, truly, hilarious the means that you will go to, in order to support racism.


      I support Beth the best way I can. I’ve spent countless hours doing research and I would do it for her whether she was black or white.

      {{edit – Patti, please think before you post. Do you believe it’s mostly southerners posting at SM? You would be completely wrong. I have deleted what I considered to be an insult to southerners even though I’m not one}} (klaasend)

      For the sake of the Holloways, I try to take the higher ground and could care less what many of you may think of it.


    48. Carpe Noctem on November 4th, 2007 9:54 pm

      Don Imus only has one lung left,
      and I hear it’s on the fritz!

      They better get him back on the air
      quickly… or his radio show will
      be like the movie “Weekend at Bernie’s”

    49. brie on November 4th, 2007 11:58 pm

      Your a Joran supporter…and we all know it….your an embarrassment to society…..and someone that definitely wants to detract from the case…Natalee was eaten by anyone….!!!!

      SM: Why are you guys talking about the Holloway case under this post? You and Patti both need to stop attacking eachother please. (klaasend)

    50. nurturer on November 5th, 2007 5:01 am

      #47 – “You need to get out a little and come to realize that the world doesn’t evolve around some old fashioned comprehension that you can go around calling people RACIAL names and not be considered a racist.”

      - Sounds like a drum is being banged. And the one that bangs it is usually the most guilty of all.

      PS – By the way, the world doesn’t evolve. It revolves. Unfortunately, many like yourself are trying to make it ‘evolve’ to a more ‘socialist progressive’ spin.

    51. brie on November 5th, 2007 10:21 am


    52. Carpe Noctem on November 5th, 2007 6:45 pm

      Miss-Underestimated on November 2nd, 2007 3:51 pm

      Is Duane related to Anita?

      No, but I hear they
      both use the same brand
      of skin moisturizing cream.

    53. Carpe Noctem on November 5th, 2007 6:56 pm

      Dana says:

      But selling out your dad for 15 grand is telling also.

      You ain’t kiddin’ brudda! There will come a day
      when he’ll be really sorry he did that to his
      own father.

      Maybe that day is already here.

    54. yoyo muffintop on November 5th, 2007 10:10 pm

      “Waaah, I want to say nigger too. They can say it but we can’t. Oh lord, what do we do? We’re so oppressed as white people.” Black people, for the most part, have made it clear that they find this term, when used by white people, offensive. Yes it’s different when someone who has shared that history of oppression uses it. Too bad. If you don’t care about offending people go ahead and say it- but don’t complain when everyone else assumes you’re an ignorant racist.
      Very little is truly private when you’re a celeb. Those are the breaks.
      All A&E has to do is put out a casting call – there’ll be mullets lined up around the block. Easily replaceable – and maybe they’ll get something better than a dude bustin’ dead beat dads in Hawaii.

    55. Sonja Zimmek on May 13th, 2008 9:44 pm

      Hello,dear Dog!Stay how you are and i will always be behind you and your Familie.Sometimes i do Pray for you all.You are a crazy and a pretty nice type.We need you here in Germany to.Take care and God Bless you and your Familie,Love Sonja

    56. Dog Rules on February 4th, 2009 5:11 pm

      Don’t you all have anything better to do? Are you all so perfect that you never said anything bad or racist in your lives….if you say yes, you lie!!!!!

      Get over it. This was a private conversation which has nothing to do with you, the honorable Colin Powell or lying Al Sharpton. No body knows what any person is thinking so stop saying that you know something no matter what your opinion is.

      You’re all armchair cowards hiding behind keyboards pretending you are somebody when we all are nobodys. Dog made mistakes, you make mistakes, we all make mistakes….we all think we know something but when you come right down to it, we know nothing. There is truth in everything, there is false in everything and there is truth in the false.

      When you are so perfect and all knowing, maybe you may have something to teach someone but from what I’ve read above, you all know nothing….me included.


    57. Amber on August 25th, 2009 8:10 pm

      Okay…. Yes he has done something bad but you no what I like Dog…. He is one of my heros. He cares so much for himself he is willing to help people save there lives. I really have hope in Dog and someday hope to meet him.

    58. Maria Howard on May 9th, 2010 3:03 pm

      Southpark is quite funny but some of the scenes maybe a bit too morbid even for adults..*,

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