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18th Jul '17 10:47:02 PM Luppercus
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*** Personally I always felt that the collars just interpret the dog's body language, obviously to a cartoony extreme, but still more credible for me than mechanical telepathy with 40s technology.
18th Jul '17 10:45:01 PM Luppercus
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*** Even if they were not poor and just middle class a trip to South America can be very expensive, particularly to an unexplored zone, in any case Carl did bought tickets to South America at some point as shown in the montage, but Ellie get sick before they can go.
18th Jul '17 2:30:33 AM Luppercus
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18th Jul '17 2:30:08 AM Luppercus
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*** Muntz didn't jump, he was pulled out of the window while trying to grab Russel, but yes still it wasn't Carl's fault.
18th Jul '17 2:09:57 AM Luppercus
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*** Technically non of the dogs talks, the special collars whether interpret their body languages and translate it into human words (my personal theory) or read their brainwaves.

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*** Technically non of the dogs talks, talk, the special collars whether interpret their body languages and translate it into human words (my personal theory) or read their brainwaves.
18th Jul '17 2:08:38 AM Luppercus
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*** Technically non of the dogs talks, the special collars whether interpret their body languages and translate it into human words (my personal theory) or read their brainwaves.
18th Jul '17 2:04:47 AM Luppercus
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*** Then good thing Russell couldn't eat his!
18th Jul '17 1:54:05 AM Luppercus
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** We have squirrels here in South America, y'know?
20th Mar '17 10:50:08 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** He was going to, but when he saw that they were literally dragging an entire house along behind them, he presumed that someone wouldn't have go to such lengths to fool him and try to "steal" his bird, so he deemed they were innocent enough to ''not'' have to be torn apart by his dogs. It wasn't until Russel mentioned Kevin later that he changed his mind.

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** He was going to, but It's implied that he only murdered people he had reason to believe were after the bird - when he saw that they Carl and Russel were literally dragging an entire house along behind them, he presumed decided that someone wouldn't have go no one would've gone to such lengths just to try and fool him him, and try to "steal" his bird, so he deemed that they were innocent enough to ''not'' have to be torn apart by his dogs. trusted. It wasn't until Russel mentioned Kevin later on that he changed his mind.
mind, and it's possible (as suggested on the NightmareFuel page) that similar circumstances were what befell his other victims, to whom he was initially trusting, until a perfectly innocent comment or remark sent him over the edge.
20th Mar '17 10:44:45 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** He was going to, but when he saw that they were literally dragging an entire house along behind them, he presumed that someone wouldn't have go to such lengths to fool him and try to "steal" his bird, so he deemed they were innocent enough to ''not'' have to be torn apart by his dogs. It wasn't until Russel mentioned Kevin later that he changed his mind.

* If Carl was caught pouring prune juice into the gas tank of the head of construction around his house, why didn't the construction company press charges? Pouring foreign fluids into a car's gas tank can do a lot of damage to it.
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