|Re: Guns and dogs||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Stevenson/Bitner (lilbertconcentric.net)|
|Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 11:01:00 -0600|
I've been thinking about this guns 'n' dogs thing, and I'm wondering if there is a cultural difference between urban and other cohousings. I think that because we live so close to each other, we may be more inclined to have rules or traditions that protect people from others' intrusions. My neighbor has a very friendly dog that she doesn't even let off leash when she's right there with him. We don't have a specific rule, but it was discussed ages ago and I remember we came to the conclusion that we didn't want dogs running around. The guns thing wouldn't even be brought up. Do the people who want a rural cohousing setting do so in order to protect their "individual rights" (at the expense of others' safety)? This is more of an academic question, and not of much practical use, I know. No offense intended to rural groups.
Guns and dogs Paul Milne, January 6 1999
- Re: Guns and dogs Stevenson/Bitner, January 6 1999
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