Dogs come in all sizes, shapes, and temperaments.
A KRBC viewer voiced his concerns about the story last Friday about an attack by two pit bulls on several head of livestock; one of which was killed.
He writes, "I am so tired of hearing of people and other dogs being attacked and killed while being on their own property."
"It's as if pit bulls have more rights than people."
"These dogs should be outlawed. "
We'll take the chance that City Councils and State Legislatures have addressed the issue in the appropriate place: with the dog owners.
Lillian's Law holds a dog owner liable if his pet attacks another person or animal.
It got its first test last year in the mauling death of a 7-year-old Breckenridge boy.
The solution to your problem isn't outlawing dogs, it's holding owners more responsible.
By the way, for more on Lillian's Law and the issue of dangerous dogs, check out my "Dish it to Downing " blog on our station website.
Bill, has a problem with the delivery style of our female announcers.
"The men personalities of your station routinely have good voice quality, but the same cannot be said for the women."
Well, you have to remember that Abilene is a beginning market for broadcasters, so it's really not fare to compare them to say, CNBC's Margaret Brennan.
But for the record, remember one former sports anchor ended up being the republican nominee for vice president last year.
Bet you can guess who I'm referring to.
Just something to remember.