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2006-12-01 10:31:30 EST
Shame On Shamu?
NO!
Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
Methods

Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.

What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
we have at SeaWorld.

The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.

Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
the Nature of the BEAST.

Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
PRAISE and a SMILE.

Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.

Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006

SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.

IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.

The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
12 spent at Shamu Stadium.

"His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.

The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.

"While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.

When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
to swim away.


===================

In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:

Subject: rattling tin can
5 From: Jerry Howe
Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>

Robert & Reba Marston wrote:

> Manadero wrote:

> > Sharon wrote:

> > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
> > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
> > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
> > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
> > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
> > > feedback?

> > Sharon,

> > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
> > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
> > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
> > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
> > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
> > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
> > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
>
> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > them over the edge.
>
> > Robin

> This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
> towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
> used for praise."
>
> The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
> makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
> as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
> your reward."
>
> It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
> game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
> the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
>
> Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
> training method.

> Reba.
> Adp[t a Greyhound!


The clicker is just another form of praise.

What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
anchored to and associated with it.

I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
for his trainer.

Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.

Sincerely,
Jerry Howe,
Wits' End Dog Training
w*.@aol.com

Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
-Francis Bacon-

There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
hit at all.
-Nietzsche-

The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
problems are learned qualities.


The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.

The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.

-Jerry Howe-


Subject: rattling tin can
7 From: Jerry Howe
Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>

> I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> them over the edge.
>
> Robin

Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.

The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
is because they are not employing the technique correctly.


Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.

Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
and not threaten with it.

The proper technique is available in the
Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
http://www.doggydoright.com

Sincerely,
Jerry Howe,
Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
-Francis Bacon-


There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
hit at all.
-Nietzsche-

The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
exponentially to make him smarter.

The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
and scolding.
-Jerry Howe-


Orca Trainer Incidents

The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.

Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's

Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
people in the water with the whale.

Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
leg as she was lifted from the pool.

Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's

"Mis-Cue"

Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
the wound.

Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's

Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.

Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's

Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool

Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
Worcester to the bottom of the pool


Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
the trainer to exit safely.


Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.

Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
in her mouth and would not release them

Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
against a wall


Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
lacerated, and he had many cuts.

Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.

Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
"Accident"
Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
orca between shows


Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.


Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
"Miscue"
John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.


Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
"Accident"
Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
sitches.


Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
to rescue him


Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991

Sealand of the Pacific, Can
20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
drowned.

Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
happening in another pool.

Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
"Accident"
A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.

Performing killer whale attacks trainer
Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show

July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.

************

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


· Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
· Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
· Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
· Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
· Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer

Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
of stunned park visitors watched.

The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
according to WOAI-TV.

Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.

He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.

Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
rest of the day.

The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
whale when the shows resume.

Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
adolescent hormones


===========

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


Subject: Marine Mammals
From: HSUS

Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous


HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


July 28, 2004

Orca

Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
event called the Shamu Adventure.

No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
teenage whale nearing breeding age.

To which we would say: That's exactly the point.

Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long

companionship of their own family members.

That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.

"To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.

"Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
injury, maybe even death."

The Human Factor

As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.

But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
million each.

Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
named killer whales.

In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a

horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
whales
grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
underwater.

The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
says The HSUS's Rose.

Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be

implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)

"What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
were just 'playing' with the people.

Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish


enough to interact with them."

By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
too, says Rose.

In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government


records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
captive

dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
bones,

bites and rakes.
Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."

Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.

Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not


handle the routine roughhousing.

As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
separate themselves.
In captivity, however, they don't have that option."

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
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Alpha.bob©
2006-12-02 00:22:54 EST
Only assholes crosspost.....

On 1 Dec 2006 07:31:30 -0800, KarenPryorClicker@Yahoo.Com wrote:

> Shame On Shamu?
> NO!
> <SNIP THE BULLSHIT>
--
Bob & Trouble

Email: Remove the ©

Shadow Walker
2006-12-06 22:20:12 EST
It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki. Some people are
circulating this because the
name was in the articles. The attack happend at the SeaWorld Adventure Park
during "The Shamu Adventure Show" not by the whale by the same name.

The history of Baby Shamu
The first Baby Shamu, born on September 26, 1985 and named Kalina, was the
first-ever orca calf to thrive in captivity. (Ten orca calves had been born
in captivity before 1985, but five were stillborn and the others all died
within two months of their births.) The first Grandbaby Shamu, a male known
as Keet, was born in February 1993 and the first Great Grandbaby Shamu, a
female named Kalia, was born on December 21, 2004. The first ever calf to be
born to captive-bred parents, a female named Halyn, was born on October 9,
2005. SeaWorld has trademarked the names Shamu, Namu, Ramu, and Kandu.

http://www.wftv.com/news/3581469/detail.html

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5530108/

<*r@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
news:1164987090.348006.174030@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
Shame On Shamu?
NO!
Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
Methods

Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.

What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
we have at SeaWorld.

The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.

Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
the Nature of the BEAST.

Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
PRAISE and a SMILE.

Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.

Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006

SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.

IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.

The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
12 spent at Shamu Stadium.

"His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.

The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.

"While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.

When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
to swim away.


===================

In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:

Subject: rattling tin can
5 From: Jerry Howe
Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>

Robert & Reba Marston wrote:

> Manadero wrote:

> > Sharon wrote:

> > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
> > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
> > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
> > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
> > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
> > > feedback?

> > Sharon,

> > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
> > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
> > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
> > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
> > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
> > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
> > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
>
> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > them over the edge.
>
> > Robin

> This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
> towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
> used for praise."
>
> The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
> makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
> as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
> your reward."
>
> It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
> game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
> the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
>
> Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
> training method.

> Reba.
> Adp[t a Greyhound!


The clicker is just another form of praise.

What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
anchored to and associated with it.

I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
for his trainer.

Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.

Sincerely,
Jerry Howe,
Wits' End Dog Training
w*.@aol.com

Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
-Francis Bacon-

There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
hit at all.
-Nietzsche-

The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
problems are learned qualities.


The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.

The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.

-Jerry Howe-


Subject: rattling tin can
7 From: Jerry Howe
Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>

> I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> them over the edge.
>
> Robin

Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.

The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
is because they are not employing the technique correctly.


Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.

Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
and not threaten with it.

The proper technique is available in the
Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
http://www.doggydoright.com

Sincerely,
Jerry Howe,
Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
-Francis Bacon-


There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
hit at all.
-Nietzsche-

The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
exponentially to make him smarter.

The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
and scolding.
-Jerry Howe-


Orca Trainer Incidents

The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.

Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's

Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
people in the water with the whale.

Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
leg as she was lifted from the pool.

Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's

"Mis-Cue"

Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
the wound.

Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's

Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.

Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's

Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool

Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
Worcester to the bottom of the pool


Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
the trainer to exit safely.


Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.

Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
in her mouth and would not release them

Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
against a wall


Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
lacerated, and he had many cuts.

Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.

Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
"Accident"
Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
orca between shows


Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.


Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
"Miscue"
John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.


Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
"Accident"
Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
sitches.


Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
to rescue him


Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991

Sealand of the Pacific, Can
20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
drowned.

Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
happening in another pool.

Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
"Accident"
A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.

Performing killer whale attacks trainer
Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show

July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.

************

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >


\ufffd Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
\ufffd Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
\ufffd Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
\ufffd Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
\ufffd Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer

Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
of stunned park visitors watched.

The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
according to WOAI-TV.

Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.

He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.

Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
rest of the day.

The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
whale when the shows resume.

Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
adolescent hormones


===========

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
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Subject: Marine Mammals
From: HSUS

Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous


HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
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July 28, 2004

Orca

Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
event called the Shamu Adventure.

No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
teenage whale nearing breeding age.

To which we would say: That's exactly the point.

Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long

companionship of their own family members.

That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.

"To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.

"Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
injury, maybe even death."

The Human Factor

As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.

But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
million each.

Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
named killer whales.

In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a

horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
whales
grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
underwater.

The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
says The HSUS's Rose.

Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be

implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)

"What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
were just 'playing' with the people.

Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish


enough to interact with them."

By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
too, says Rose.

In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government


records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
captive

dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
bones,

bites and rakes.
Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."

Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.

Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not


handle the routine roughhousing.

As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
separate themselves.
In captivity, however, they don't have that option."

HERE'S HOWE COME:

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

"The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
(1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
six days the boys are reported to have been learning
new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
immediately deteriorated."


Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >

"...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

"All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz

"It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
deviant behavior of children can be achieved
through brief, simple educative routines with
their mothers which modify the mother's social
behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
(Szrynski 1965).

A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
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Shadow Walker
2006-12-06 22:22:02 EST
Video of insident

http://media.smh.com.au/?rid=14405&site=SMH&sy=smh&source=google.com%2Fsearch%3Fhl%3Den%26lr%3D%26q%3Dwhale%2Battacks%2Btrainer%26btnG%3DSearch

"Shadow Walker" <shadowenwalker@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:MLLdh.17204$_H5.2463@tornado.texas.rr.com...
> It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki. Some people are
> circulating this because the
> name was in the articles. The attack happend at the SeaWorld Adventure
> Park
> during "The Shamu Adventure Show" not by the whale by the same name.
>
> The history of Baby Shamu
> The first Baby Shamu, born on September 26, 1985 and named Kalina, was the
> first-ever orca calf to thrive in captivity. (Ten orca calves had been
> born in captivity before 1985, but five were stillborn and the others all
> died within two months of their births.) The first Grandbaby Shamu, a male
> known as Keet, was born in February 1993 and the first Great Grandbaby
> Shamu, a female named Kalia, was born on December 21, 2004. The first ever
> calf to be born to captive-bred parents, a female named Halyn, was born on
> October 9, 2005. SeaWorld has trademarked the names Shamu, Namu, Ramu, and
> Kandu.
>
> http://www.wftv.com/news/3581469/detail.html
>
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5530108/
>
> <KarenPryorClicker@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
> news:1164987090.348006.174030@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Shame On Shamu?
> NO!
> Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
> Methods
>
> Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.
>
> What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
> specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
> with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
> like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
> consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
> UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
> we have at SeaWorld.
>
> The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
> instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
> employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
> curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.
>
> Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
> will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
> the Nature of the BEAST.
>
> Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
> to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
> PRAISE and a SMILE.
>
> Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
> quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
> CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
> to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
> learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
> avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
> SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
> and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.
>
> Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
> command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
> you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.
>
> This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
> Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
> the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
> instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
> CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
> UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006
>
> SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
> SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
> his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.
>
> IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
> a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
> said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.
>
> The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
> members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
> the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
> 12 spent at Shamu Stadium.
>
> "His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
> played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
> to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.
>
> The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
> were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
> the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.
>
> "While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
> foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
> said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.
>
> When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
> by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
> The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
> to swim away.
>
>
> ===================
>
> In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
> conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 5 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> Robert & Reba Marston wrote:
>
>> Manadero wrote:
>
>> > Sharon wrote:
>
>> > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
>> > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
>> > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
>> > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
>> > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
>> > > feedback?
>
>> > Sharon,
>
>> > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
>> > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
>> > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
>> > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
>> > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
>> > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
>> > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
>>
>> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
>> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
>> > them over the edge.
>>
>> > Robin
>
>> This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
>> towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
>> used for praise."
>>
>> The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
>> makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
>> as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
>> your reward."
>>
>> It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
>> game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
>> the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
>>
>> Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
>> training method.
>
>> Reba.
>> Adp[t a Greyhound!
>
>
> The clicker is just another form of praise.
>
> What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
> anchored to and associated with it.
>
> I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
> timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
> food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
> for his trainer.
>
> Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
> dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
> are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training
> witsend...@aol.com
>
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
> problems are learned qualities.
>
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
> centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
> develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
> seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
> hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.
>
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 7 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
>> I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
>> I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
>> them over the edge.
>>
>> Robin
>
> Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.
>
> The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
> is because they are not employing the technique correctly.
>
>
> Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
> in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
> cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
> prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
> different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.
>
> Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
> a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
> It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
> should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
> working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
> and not threaten with it.
>
> The proper technique is available in the
> Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
> http://www.doggydoright.com
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
> are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
> challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
> centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
> exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
> split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
> mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
> and scolding.
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Orca Trainer Incidents
>
> The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
> of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
> It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
> video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.
>
> Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's
>
> Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
> begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
> stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
> people in the water with the whale.
>
> Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
> to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
> uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
> divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
> leg as she was lifted from the pool.
>
> Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's
>
> "Mis-Cue"
>
> Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
> whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
> closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
> the wound.
>
> Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's
>
> Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
> bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.
>
> Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's
>
> Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
> off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool
>
> Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
> Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
> Worcester to the bottom of the pool
>
>
> Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
> Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
> held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
> the trainer to exit safely.
>
>
> Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
> Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
> Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
> for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
> Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
> in her mouth and would not release them
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
> Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
> against a wall
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
> 2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
> the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
> Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
> lacerated, and he had many cuts.
>
> Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
> Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
> her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.
>
> Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
> "Accident"
> Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
> orca between shows
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
> Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
> Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.
>
>
> Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
> "Miscue"
> John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
> riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
> another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
> "Accident"
> Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
> then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
> sitches.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
> Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
> trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
> to rescue him
>
>
> Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991
>
> Sealand of the Pacific, Can
> 20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
> pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
> submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
> drowned.
>
> Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
> Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
> during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
> out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
> returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
> happening in another pool.
>
> Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
> "Accident"
> A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
> draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
> park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
> whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
> being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.
>
> Performing killer whale attacks trainer
> Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show
>
> July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
> was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
> repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
> hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.
>
> ************
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> \ufffd Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
> \ufffd Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
> \ufffd Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
> \ufffd Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
> \ufffd Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer
>
> Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004
>
> SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
> for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
> of stunned park visitors watched.
>
> The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
> according to WOAI-TV.
>
> Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
> said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.
>
> He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
> before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.
>
> Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
> halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
> rest of the day.
>
> The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
> whale when the shows resume.
>
> Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
> threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
> adolescent hormones
>
>
> ===========
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> Subject: Marine Mammals
> From: HSUS
>
> Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
> Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous
>
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> July 28, 2004
>
> Orca
>
> Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
> seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
> a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
> repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
> a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
> event called the Shamu Adventure.
>
> No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
> hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
> teenage whale nearing breeding age.
>
> To which we would say: That's exactly the point.
>
> Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
> elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
> behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
> Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
> known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long
>
> companionship of their own family members.
>
> That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
> vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
> this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
> performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.
>
> "To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
> is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
> his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.
>
> "Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
> point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
> behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
> injury, maybe even death."
>
> The Human Factor
>
> As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
> dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
> held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
> to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.
>
> But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
> witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
> year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
> million each.
>
> Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
> orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
> some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
> named killer whales.
>
> In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
> whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
> Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
> to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a
>
> horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
> whales
> grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
> underwater.
>
> The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
> weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
> didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
> says The HSUS's Rose.
>
> Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be
>
> implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
> in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
> 1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
> whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
> scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
> sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)
>
> "What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
> you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
> those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
> notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
> wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
> size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
> were just 'playing' with the people.
>
> Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
> their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish
>
>
> enough to interact with them."
>
> By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
> dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
> too, says Rose.
>
> In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
> Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
> Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government
>
>
> records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
> captive
>
> dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
> bones,
>
> bites and rakes.
> Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
> petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
> for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."
>
> Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
> female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
> in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
> While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
> dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
> who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.
>
> Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not
>
>
> handle the routine roughhousing.
>
> As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
> what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
> separate themselves.
> In captivity, however, they don't have that option."
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
>



H*@hotmail.com
2006-12-07 02:01:31 EST
HOWEDY shadow walker,

Thank you for your reply. HOWEver, it seems you've grossly
missed the point as you evidently did in the heartworm posts
where you OVERLOOKED the NEWEST HW TREATMENT
PROCEDURES and will CONtinue followin your veterinary
malpracticioner's self serving advice <{}: ~ ( >

Shadow Walker wrote:
> It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.

INDEEDY. Additionally, a fairly comprehensive CASE HISTORY
of the many "Shamu" attacks on their trainers was included so's
to PROVE THE POINT that so called CLICKER TRAININ IS NOT
POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT, it's PUNISHMENT, as articulated
by B.F. Skinner et al, noted in the SCIENTIFIC DATA following
my article.

> Some people are circulating this because the name was in the articles.
> The attack happend at the SeaWorld Adventure Park during "The Shamu
> Adventure Show" not by the whale by the same name.

It don't matter if it was a Orca named Shamu or Ki, or a tiger trained
by
Seigfried & Roy or a Yorkie/Maltese DOG cross or a Labradorable dog
named Baily or Briar or a BC named Solo or Rocky or a CHOWE dog
named Cubbe or a Pit Bull named Mushroom or jabbadoodle or Ozzie,
it's ALL THE SAME SAME regardless of the NAME, shadow walker <{) : ~ (
>

The REASON for these "attacks' is the CLICKER TRAINING METHOD, i.e.,
offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES. IN FACT, in some of the Orca
attacks,
the beasts NUDGED the trainer's arm pryor to "attacking", BEGGING them
to
release a TREAT from the human Skinner Box.

The REASON I put ATTACKING in QUOTES is on accHOWENTA these giant
sea mammals LIVE off of KILLING sea lions weighing hundreds of pounds.
Were they to REALLY ATTACK their human trainers they'd dispatch them in
a heartbeat a la Seigfried & Roy's INCIDENT, although that was NOT a
result
of CLICKER TRAININ per se, it was offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES.

The FACT that the tiger was also trained using fear force and
intimidation was responsible for the severity of Roy's injuries,
yet still mitigated by their friendly relationship when not being
CORRECTED FOR BAD BEHAVIOR <{): ~ ( >

The ONLY REASON these Orcas DID NOT MURDER their trainers is
because they DON'T JERK CHOKE and SHOCK them as their dog
trainin contemporaries DO and TEACH, shadow walker. OtheWIZE
we'd be seeing 100% DEAD trainers in each and every incident.

J.Q. Pubic MUST BE INFORMED abHOWET the DANGERS of so
called clicker training and the self promoting ignorameHOWES
trainers who SELL CLICKER TRAINING MUST BE IDENTIFIED
EXXXPOSED and DISCREDITED <{): ~ ) >

Here's the deal on clicker trainin:

From: "Dr. Von" <drv...@mindspring.com>
Date: 12 Sep 2005 10:52:19 -0700
Subject: Re: Clicker Training for Dogs Newsgroups?

> Jen
> "artbylucy" <artbyl...@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:OMudnRS23OLEc7zenZ2dnUVZ_tGdnZ2d@comcast.com...
> > Hello,
> > Does anyone know of a dedicated newsgroup for
> > positive-only dog training, in particular clicker
> > training?
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Lucy
Jen wrote:
> I would love to know of one as well. If there was
> enough people interested maybe we could start one.
> I've just started clicker training my dog and have
> been doing the positive training for a while now.
> I think it's great!!

Jen, your request for a positive only dog training list,
needs the same answer as I give the folk who ask why I
don't have a list for what I do with biofeedback.

The method is so simple, and if you adopt it and relate
to your dog in such a positive manner you won't have any
more problems and there is no need for any more technique.

With Puppies we Ph.D. psychologists have been outflanked
by the entirely practical and effective methods described
in http://www.tinyurl.com/7bl5u. Free download, nothing
sold, no mailing list, no distribution of your name. Free
support if needed.

With ADHD kids I provide similar information at
www.drbiofeedback.com and there is no need for
a list dealing with problems with kids. Apply
as directed and have happy healthy doggies or
kiddies.

Not difficult.

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.

P.S. jerk and choke, spanking, shocking, scruff shake,
choke, chin chucks, all those negatives, denial of
affection etc. are harmful, dranging, obscenities.

You might want to consider Pavlov's typology to
understand "hard and soft dogs" - essentially he
taught that there are outward and inward responding
organisms in weak and strong nervous systems and if
you grasp this firmly you'll shape your training
methods effectively.

Punishment ALWAYS deranges behavior, and so is
recommended and given only by deranged humans.

Of course, it doesn't matter if we are talking
dogs, cats, people, sheep, even husbands.

Dr. Von

---------------


Abuse / fear / aggression / hyperactivity / shyness / suicide
attempts AIN'T a chemical imbalance or genetic problem it's
a SPIRITUAL problem, passed on from WON generatiHOWEN
of abuser to the next, like the 100th monkey washin fruit in
the stream. After a while it's not just NORMAL, it's OBLIGATORY.

To do otherWIZE would be DISRESPECTFUL of your parental teachins.

The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME Is the Perfect Synergy Of
Love, Pride, Desire, Shame, Greed, Ego, Fear,
Hate, Reflex, Self Will,
Arrogance, Ignorance, Predjudice, Cowardice,
Disbelief, Jealousy, Embarrassment, Embellishment,
Guilt, Anger, Hopelessness, Helplesness,
Aversion, Attraction, Inhibition, Revulsion, Repulsion,
Change, Permanence, Enlightenment, Insult, Attrition,
And
Parental / ReligiHOWES / Societal Conditioning.

YOU ARE THE CRITTER YOU WAS TRAINED.

It Is The Perfect Fusion Of The Word..., In The Physical.
The Sincerely Incredibly Freakin Insanely Simply
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G
G-R-A-N-D
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard <{) ; ~ ) >


From: GEORGE VONHILSHEINER
To: Jerry Howe
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2006 3:48 PM
Subject: Proposed article for Wikipedia

The Simply Amazing Puppy Wizard is the cognomen of a
dog behaviorist, Jerry Howe, of Orlando, Fl. Howe's primary
teaching is that dogs deserve unconditional love, respect,
and attention and that by providing these emotional needs
dogs will regulate their own behavior.

Having been raised in a full service professional Great
Dane kennel, Howe's methods and philosophy are based on his
forty something years of specializing in temperament and behavior
problems and protection training of predominantely giant breed
working dogs for families, police, security, industry and crowd
control.

Howe maintains he's never met a dog who cannot be rehabilitated
from any behavior problem nearly instantly, simpy by doing everything
exactly precisely opposite of how tradtional trainers and univeristy
trained veterinary ethologists teach.

Howe is bombastically antagonistic to rewarders, but he is
aggressively hostile to punishers - he refers antagonists to Mary
Cover Jones (1), J.B. Watson (2), B.F. Skinner (3), and especially
to Samuel A. Corson (4) when they mistakenly annunciate behavioral
principles to support their use of punishment. Punishment always
deranges behavior, says Skinner, Jones, Watson, Corson and Jerry Howe!

Jerry, free of the influence of any psychology courses,
may be the most effective practical psychologist there is! His
intention is to bring his dog training methods, principles and
philosophies into practice in the human family, schools and
criminal justice system, and make it the very fabric of our
society. Perhaps in twenty years he'll announce his candidacy
for the Presidency of the United States?

Howe's credo:

ALL Critters Only Respond In
PREDICTABLE INNATE NORMAL NATURAL
INSTINCTIVE REFLEXIVE Ways
To Situations And Circumstances Of Their Environment
Which We Create For Them.

A DOG Is A Dog;
As A KAT Is A KAT;
As A BIRDY Is A BIRDY;
As A HORSE Is A HORSE;
As A CHILD IS A CHILD;
As A SP-HOWES Is a SP-HOWES;
As A Mass Murderer Is A Mass Murderer.

You GET The Critter You TRAINED

In The Problem Animal Behavior BUSINESS
FAILURE MEANS DEATH.
SAME SAME SAME SAME,
For The Problem Child Behavior BUSINESS.

Howe's philosophy:

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >

Howe's proof:

Howe developed a sonic device, "Doggy Do Right (And Kitty Will And
A Rooster Did And A Cockatoo And a Cow And A Horse And A Child Or Two
Did Too)", which calms all critters and has been broadly tested in a
wide range of different situations.

Bibliography

(1) Mary Cover Jones, by Rutherford, Alexandra, The Feminist
Psychologist

Newsletter of the Society for Psychology of Wome, Div 35 (APA), vol 27,
3, Summer 2000
(2) John B. Watson, Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it, (1913)

http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Watson/intro.htm
(3) B.F. Skinner, Cumulative Record, Appleton-Century-Crofts,
1959, NY
(4) Corson, Samual A. & Elisabeth O'Leary Corson,
Psychophysiological

Aspects of Reading & Learning, S.A. Corson, Rentel & Dunn eds., Gordon
& Breach Science Publications, (OPA)
1985, Amsterdam, New York

The present author is a Who's Who recognized psychologist who was
asked to evaluate Howe's device by a former student. Howe provided
the author with a device, without charge, and said device was applied
to a series of habitual noisy barkers in a wide range of settings along
the East Coast. Every single dog improved its behavior and barked

significantly less during the trial period and remained silent after
the device was discontinued.

Howe's flagrant disrespect for conventional "WIZEDUMB" and
disdain for the professional dog training industry and university
trained behaivorists who's only measure of success is the scent
and feeling of the almighty dollar compeled him to discontinue
commercial offering of his machine and instead, offer his training
manual for free, just to prove the method upon which it was devised:

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Be forewarned HOWEver, the manual is posted to the Usenet dog
behavior forums where, despite countless testimonials from all
over the world attesting to his free WWW Wits' End Dog Training
Method Manual Student's simply amazing 100% consistent nearly
instant success, even after all other methods have dismally
failed and nearly brought them to murder their dogs, Howe's
student's successes has been met with extreme hostility, innane
ridicule and vulgar defamation. The "experts" call them liars,
paid shills and forgeries A.K.A. "sock puppetts", the only
defense the professional dog training industry and university
trained ethologists whom his student's reports have consistently,
thouroughly DISCREDITED, can offer.

They patently refuse to talk business with him and his students!

The reason? Howe sez it'd be professional suicide! And their
responses substantiate that claim. Howe doesn't just criticize
the industry, he names names and quotes the "big shots" in the
industry's own written words and cites their case histories of
dismal failure and "successes" garnered by abjectly lowering
their expectations, critteria and failiing that, avoidance.

It's so simple he says, "even a five year old child can do it,
with a little help from mommy to read the words". His tenant is
"these methods and principles are such that any child less than
the age of seven, instinctively KNOWS this stuff":

Damn The Descartean War of "Nature Vs Nurture."
We Teach By HOWER Words And Actions
And GET BACK What We TAUGHT.

"It is by muteness that a dog becomes
so utterly beyond value."

Like a confessor Priest?

"With him, words play no torturing tricks..., "
--John Galsworthy.

Don't bet your dog won't tell on you...
Their behaviors reflect
HOWER words, actions and training quirks.
Jerry HOWE, The Puppy Wizard. <{} ; ~ ) >

"Only the unenlightened speak of wisdom and right action
as separate, not the wise.

If any man knows one, he enjoys the fruit of both.

The level which is reached by wisdom
is attained
through right action as well.

He who perceives that the two are one knows the truth."

"Even the wise man acts in character with his nature,
indeed all creatures act according to their natures.

What is the use of compulsion then?

The love and hate which are aroused
by the objects of sense arise from Nature,
do not yield to them.
They only obstruct the path," -
- Bhagavad Gita,
adapted by Krishna with permission
from His OWN FREE copy of The Simply
Amazing Puppy Wizard's FREE Wits' End
Dog Training Method manual <{) ; ~ ) >

ALL Temperament And Behavior Problems Are CAUSED BY MISHANDLING

"If you talk with the animals, they will talk with you
and you will know each other.
If you do not talk to them, you will not know them,
and what you do not know you will fear.

What one fears, one destroys."
Chief Dan George

Subject: Re: Discipline
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 02:43:46 -0500
From: Amanda <ama...@dcfwatch.com>
To: "N

On Wednesday 15 January 2003 01:54, "N wrote:

i responded in katie's mail.. youll get it before this one :)
i'm not the expert.. mr. howe is teaching me.. and im figuring
alot out.. plus its just coming to me.. two months ago i would
cry cuz i was soooo lost... and now i go ahead and live it...
like he gave me just enough for my brain to fill in the rest?

when i would swat in my early parent years.. up until i got
crunchy this last year.. i swore spanking was great.. a lil
bit of fear in yo' momma is what i would say.. and my family
supported me.. you can spank and not be abusive.

then i felt guilty... not because i knew better, but becuase
you guys and others did it wihtout spanking.. better than me...
but i would still say i just have bad kids.. then i started
feeling guilty..asked for help.. got some advice and it worked
some.. but not much.. enough to make me think i did it.. then
it wouldn't help..

then i heard him tell someone on the news group"
Do you think hitting babies is intelligent" and i was
like whoa.. now i feel like cockaroach and pray every
time i distract them that they can somehow grow up
not to hate me..

and i pray i caught myself in enough time.

------------------------

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.
d*.@earthlink.net

P.S. You're welcome to call him 24/7, he's almost always
sitting as his desk "stark ravin nekkid" as he says
and always answers with a cheerful "HOWEDY, this is
Jerry" and you'll get the information you need, for
free or he swears he'll "GET THE HEEL HOWETA THIS
BUSINESS".

"The day may come when the rest of the animal creation
may acquire those rights
which never could have been withholden from them
but by the hand of tyranny.

The question is not can they REASON,
nor can they TALK,
but can they SUFFER?" -
- Jeremy Bentham

All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
-Arthur Schopenhauer

"Thank you for fighting the fine fight--
even tho it's a hopeless task,
in this system of things.
As long as man is ruling man,
there will be animals (and humans!)
abused and neglected. :-(
Your student," Juanita.

"If you've got them by the balls their
hearts and minds will follow,"
John Wayne.

Jerry Howe,
Director of Research,
Human And Animal Behavior
Forensic Sciences Research Laboratory,
BIOSOUND Scientific,
Director of Training,
Wits' End Dog Training
1611 24th St
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone: 1-407-425-5092
Email:
The_Insanely_Freakin_Simply_Amazing_Grand_Puppy_Wiza...@HotMail.Com




> <KarenPryorClicker@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
> news:1164987090.348006.174030@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Shame On Shamu?
> NO!
> Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
> Methods
>
> Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.
>
> What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
> specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
> with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
> like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
> consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
> UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
> we have at SeaWorld.
>
> The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
> instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
> employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
> curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.
>
> Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
> will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
> the Nature of the BEAST.
>
> Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
> to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
> PRAISE and a SMILE.
>
> Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
> quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
> CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
> to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
> learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
> avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
> SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
> and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.
>
> Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
> command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
> you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.
>
> This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
> Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
> the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
> instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
> CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
> UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006
>
> SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
> SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
> his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.
>
> IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
> a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
> said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.
>
> The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
> members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
> the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
> 12 spent at Shamu Stadium.
>
> "His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
> played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
> to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.
>
> The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
> were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
> the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.
>
> "While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
> foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
> said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.
>
> When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
> by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
> The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
> to swim away.
>
>
> ===================
>
> In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
> conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 5 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> Robert & Reba Marston wrote:
>
> > Manadero wrote:
>
> > > Sharon wrote:
>
> > > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
> > > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
> > > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
> > > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
> > > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
> > > > feedback?
>
> > > Sharon,
>
> > > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
> > > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
> > > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
> > > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
> > > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
> > > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
> > > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
> >
> > > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > > them over the edge.
> >
> > > Robin
>
> > This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
> > towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
> > used for praise."
> >
> > The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
> > makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
> > as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
> > your reward."
> >
> > It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
> > game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
> > the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
> >
> > Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
> > training method.
>
> > Reba.
> > Adp[t a Greyhound!
>
>
> The clicker is just another form of praise.
>
> What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
> anchored to and associated with it.
>
> I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
> timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
> food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
> for his trainer.
>
> Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
> dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
> are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training
> witsend...@aol.com
>
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
> problems are learned qualities.
>
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
> centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
> develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
> seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
> hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.
>
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 7 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > them over the edge.
> >
> > Robin
>
> Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.
>
> The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
> is because they are not employing the technique correctly.
>
>
> Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
> in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
> cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
> prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
> different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.
>
> Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
> a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
> It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
> should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
> working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
> and not threaten with it.
>
> The proper technique is available in the
> Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
> http://www.doggydoright.com
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
> are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
> challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
> centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
> exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
> split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
> mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
> and scolding.
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Orca Trainer Incidents
>
> The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
> of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
> It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
> video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.
>
> Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's
>
> Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
> begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
> stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
> people in the water with the whale.
>
> Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
> to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
> uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
> divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
> leg as she was lifted from the pool.
>
> Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's
>
> "Mis-Cue"
>
> Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
> whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
> closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
> the wound.
>
> Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's
>
> Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
> bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.
>
> Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's
>
> Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
> off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool
>
> Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
> Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
> Worcester to the bottom of the pool
>
>
> Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
> Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
> held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
> the trainer to exit safely.
>
>
> Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
> Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
> Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
> for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
> Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
> in her mouth and would not release them
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
> Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
> against a wall
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
> 2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
> the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
> Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
> lacerated, and he had many cuts.
>
> Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
> Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
> her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.
>
> Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
> "Accident"
> Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
> orca between shows
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
> Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
> Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.
>
>
> Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
> "Miscue"
> John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
> riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
> another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
> "Accident"
> Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
> then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
> sitches.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
> Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
> trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
> to rescue him
>
>
> Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991
>
> Sealand of the Pacific, Can
> 20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
> pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
> submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
> drowned.
>
> Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
> Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
> during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
> out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
> returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
> happening in another pool.
>
> Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
> "Accident"
> A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
> draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
> park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
> whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
> being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.
>
> Performing killer whale attacks trainer
> Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show
>
> July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
> was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
> repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
> hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.
>
> ************
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> · Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
> · Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
> · Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
> · Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
> · Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer
>
> Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004
>
> SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
> for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
> of stunned park visitors watched.
>
> The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
> according to WOAI-TV.
>
> Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
> said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.
>
> He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
> before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.
>
> Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
> halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
> rest of the day.
>
> The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
> whale when the shows resume.
>
> Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
> threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
> adolescent hormones
>
>
> ===========
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> Subject: Marine Mammals
> From: HSUS
>
> Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
> Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous
>
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> July 28, 2004
>
> Orca
>
> Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
> seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
> a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
> repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
> a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
> event called the Shamu Adventure.
>
> No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
> hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
> teenage whale nearing breeding age.
>
> To which we would say: That's exactly the point.
>
> Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
> elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
> behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
> Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
> known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long
>
> companionship of their own family members.
>
> That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
> vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
> this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
> performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.
>
> "To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
> is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
> his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.
>
> "Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
> point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
> behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
> injury, maybe even death."
>
> The Human Factor
>
> As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
> dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
> held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
> to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.
>
> But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
> witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
> year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
> million each.
>
> Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
> orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
> some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
> named killer whales.
>
> In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
> whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
> Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
> to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a
>
> horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
> whales
> grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
> underwater.
>
> The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
> weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
> didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
> says The HSUS's Rose.
>
> Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be
>
> implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
> in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
> 1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
> whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
> scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
> sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)
>
> "What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
> you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
> those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
> notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
> wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
> size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
> were just 'playing' with the people.
>
> Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
> their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish
>
>
> enough to interact with them."
>
> By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
> dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
> too, says Rose.
>
> In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
> Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
> Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government
>
>
> records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
> captive
>
> dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
> bones,
>
> bites and rakes.
> Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
> petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
> for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."
>
> Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
> female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
> in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
> While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
> dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
> who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.
>
> Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not
>
>
> handle the routine roughhousing.
>
> As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
> what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
> separate themselves.
> In captivity, however, they don't have that option."
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >


H*@hotmail.com
2006-12-07 02:19:45 EST
HOWEDY shadow walker,

Thank you for your reply. HOWEver, it seems you've grossly
missed the point as you evidently did in the heartworm posts
where you OVERLOOKED the NEWEST HW TREATMENT
PROCEDURES and will CONtinue followin your veterinary
malpracticioner's self serving advice <{}: ~ ( >

Shadow Walker wrote:
> It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.

INDEEDY. Additionally, a fairly comprehensive CASE HISTORY
of the many "Shamu" attacks on their trainers was included so's
to PROVE THE POINT that so called CLICKER TRAININ IS NOT
POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT, it's PUNISHMENT, as articulated
by B.F. Skinner et al, noted in the SCIENTIFIC DATA following
my article.

> Some people are circulating this because the name was in the articles.
> The attack happend at the SeaWorld Adventure Park during "The Shamu
> Adventure Show" not by the whale by the same name.

It don't matter if it was a Orca named Shamu or Ki, or a tiger trained
by
Seigfried & Roy or a Yorkie/Maltese DOG cross or a Labradorable dog
named Baily or Briar or a BC named Solo or Rocky or a CHOWE dog
named Cubbe or a Pit Bull named Mushroom or jabbadoodle or Ozzie,
it's ALL THE SAME SAME regardless of the NAME, shadow walker <{) : ~ (
>

The REASON for these "attacks' is the CLICKER TRAINING METHOD, i.e.,
offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES. IN FACT, in some of the Orca
attacks,
the beasts NUDGED the trainer's arm pryor to "attacking", BEGGING them
to
release a TREAT from the human Skinner Box.

The REASON I put ATTACKING in QUOTES is on accHOWENTA these giant
sea mammals LIVE off of KILLING sea lions weighing hundreds of pounds.
Were they to REALLY ATTACK their human trainers they'd dispatch them in
a heartbeat a la Seigfried & Roy's INCIDENT, although that was NOT a
result
of CLICKER TRAININ per se, it was offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES.

The FACT that the tiger was also trained using fear force and
intimidation was responsible for the severity of Roy's injuries,
yet still mitigated by their friendly relationship when not being
CORRECTED FOR BAD BEHAVIOR <{): ~ ( >

The ONLY REASON these Orcas DID NOT MURDER their trainers is
because they DON'T JERK CHOKE and SHOCK them as their dog
trainin contemporaries DO and TEACH, shadow walker. OtheWIZE
we'd be seeing 100% DEAD trainers in each and every incident.

J.Q. Pubic MUST BE INFORMED abHOWET the DANGERS of so
called clicker training and the self promoting ignorameHOWES
trainers who SELL CLICKER TRAINING MUST BE IDENTIFIED
EXXXPOSED and DISCREDITED <{): ~ ) >

Here's the deal on clicker trainin:

From: "Dr. Von" <drv...@mindspring.com>
Date: 12 Sep 2005 10:52:19 -0700
Subject: Re: Clicker Training for Dogs Newsgroups?

> Jen
> "artbylucy" <artbyl...@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:OMudnRS23OLEc7zenZ2dnUVZ_tGdnZ2d@comcast.com...
> > Hello,
> > Does anyone know of a dedicated newsgroup for
> > positive-only dog training, in particular clicker
> > training?
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Lucy
Jen wrote:
> I would love to know of one as well. If there was
> enough people interested maybe we could start one.
> I've just started clicker training my dog and have
> been doing the positive training for a while now.
> I think it's great!!

Jen, your request for a positive only dog training list,
needs the same answer as I give the folk who ask why I
don't have a list for what I do with biofeedback.

The method is so simple, and if you adopt it and relate
to your dog in such a positive manner you won't have any
more problems and there is no need for any more technique.

With Puppies we Ph.D. psychologists have been outflanked
by the entirely practical and effective methods described
in http://www.tinyurl.com/7bl5u. Free download, nothing
sold, no mailing list, no distribution of your name. Free
support if needed.

With ADHD kids I provide similar information at
www.drbiofeedback.com and there is no need for
a list dealing with problems with kids. Apply
as directed and have happy healthy doggies or
kiddies.

Not difficult.

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.

P.S. jerk and choke, spanking, shocking, scruff shake,
choke, chin chucks, all those negatives, denial of
affection etc. are harmful, dranging, obscenities.

You might want to consider Pavlov's typology to
understand "hard and soft dogs" - essentially he
taught that there are outward and inward responding
organisms in weak and strong nervous systems and if
you grasp this firmly you'll shape your training
methods effectively.

Punishment ALWAYS deranges behavior, and so is
recommended and given only by deranged humans.

Of course, it doesn't matter if we are talking
dogs, cats, people, sheep, even husbands.

Dr. Von

---------------


Abuse / fear / aggression / hyperactivity / shyness / suicide
attempts AIN'T a chemical imbalance or genetic problem it's
a SPIRITUAL problem, passed on from WON generatiHOWEN
of abuser to the next, like the 100th monkey washin fruit in
the stream. After a while it's not just NORMAL, it's OBLIGATORY.

To do otherWIZE would be DISRESPECTFUL of your parental teachins.

The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME Is the Perfect Synergy Of
Love, Pride, Desire, Shame, Greed, Ego, Fear,
Hate, Reflex, Self Will,
Arrogance, Ignorance, Predjudice, Cowardice,
Disbelief, Jealousy, Embarrassment, Embellishment,
Guilt, Anger, Hopelessness, Helplesness,
Aversion, Attraction, Inhibition, Revulsion, Repulsion,
Change, Permanence, Enlightenment, Insult, Attrition,
And
Parental / ReligiHOWES / Societal Conditioning.

YOU ARE THE CRITTER YOU WAS TRAINED.

It Is The Perfect Fusion Of The Word..., In The Physical.
The Sincerely Incredibly Freakin Insanely Simply
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G
G-R-A-N-D
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard <{) ; ~ ) >


From: GEORGE VONHILSHEINER
To: Jerry Howe
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2006 3:48 PM
Subject: Proposed article for Wikipedia

The Simply Amazing Puppy Wizard is the cognomen of a
dog behaviorist, Jerry Howe, of Orlando, Fl. Howe's primary
teaching is that dogs deserve unconditional love, respect,
and attention and that by providing these emotional needs
dogs will regulate their own behavior.

Having been raised in a full service professional Great
Dane kennel, Howe's methods and philosophy are based on his
forty something years of specializing in temperament and behavior
problems and protection training of predominantely giant breed
working dogs for families, police, security, industry and crowd
control.

Howe maintains he's never met a dog who cannot be rehabilitated
from any behavior problem nearly instantly, simpy by doing everything
exactly precisely opposite of how tradtional trainers and univeristy
trained veterinary ethologists teach.

Howe is bombastically antagonistic to rewarders, but he is
aggressively hostile to punishers - he refers antagonists to Mary
Cover Jones (1), J.B. Watson (2), B.F. Skinner (3), and especially
to Samuel A. Corson (4) when they mistakenly annunciate behavioral
principles to support their use of punishment. Punishment always
deranges behavior, says Skinner, Jones, Watson, Corson and Jerry Howe!

Jerry, free of the influence of any psychology courses,
may be the most effective practical psychologist there is! His
intention is to bring his dog training methods, principles and
philosophies into practice in the human family, schools and
criminal justice system, and make it the very fabric of our
society. Perhaps in twenty years he'll announce his candidacy
for the Presidency of the United States?

Howe's credo:

ALL Critters Only Respond In
PREDICTABLE INNATE NORMAL NATURAL
INSTINCTIVE REFLEXIVE Ways
To Situations And Circumstances Of Their Environment
Which We Create For Them.

A DOG Is A Dog;
As A KAT Is A KAT;
As A BIRDY Is A BIRDY;
As A HORSE Is A HORSE;
As A CHILD IS A CHILD;
As A SP-HOWES Is a SP-HOWES;
As A Mass Murderer Is A Mass Murderer.

You GET The Critter You TRAINED

In The Problem Animal Behavior BUSINESS
FAILURE MEANS DEATH.
SAME SAME SAME SAME,
For The Problem Child Behavior BUSINESS.

Howe's philosophy:

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >

Howe's proof:

Howe developed a sonic device, "Doggy Do Right (And Kitty Will And
A Rooster Did And A Cockatoo And a Cow And A Horse And A Child Or Two
Did Too)", which calms all critters and has been broadly tested in a
wide range of different situations.

Bibliography

(1) Mary Cover Jones, by Rutherford, Alexandra, The Feminist
Psychologist

Newsletter of the Society for Psychology of Wome, Div 35 (APA), vol 27,
3, Summer 2000
(2) John B. Watson, Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it, (1913)

http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Watson/intro.htm
(3) B.F. Skinner, Cumulative Record, Appleton-Century-Crofts,
1959, NY
(4) Corson, Samual A. & Elisabeth O'Leary Corson,
Psychophysiological

Aspects of Reading & Learning, S.A. Corson, Rentel & Dunn eds., Gordon
& Breach Science Publications, (OPA)
1985, Amsterdam, New York

The present author is a Who's Who recognized psychologist who was
asked to evaluate Howe's device by a former student. Howe provided
the author with a device, without charge, and said device was applied
to a series of habitual noisy barkers in a wide range of settings along
the East Coast. Every single dog improved its behavior and barked

significantly less during the trial period and remained silent after
the device was discontinued.

Howe's flagrant disrespect for conventional "WIZEDUMB" and
disdain for the professional dog training industry and university
trained behaivorists who's only measure of success is the scent
and feeling of the almighty dollar compeled him to discontinue
commercial offering of his machine and instead, offer his training
manual for free, just to prove the method upon which it was devised:

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Be forewarned HOWEver, the manual is posted to the Usenet dog
behavior forums where, despite countless testimonials from all
over the world attesting to his free WWW Wits' End Dog Training
Method Manual Student's simply amazing 100% consistent nearly
instant success, even after all other methods have dismally
failed and nearly brought them to murder their dogs, Howe's
student's successes has been met with extreme hostility, innane
ridicule and vulgar defamation. The "experts" call them liars,
paid shills and forgeries A.K.A. "sock puppetts", the only
defense the professional dog training industry and university
trained ethologists whom his student's reports have consistently,
thouroughly DISCREDITED, can offer.

They patently refuse to talk business with him and his students!

The reason? Howe sez it'd be professional suicide! And their
responses substantiate that claim. Howe doesn't just criticize
the industry, he names names and quotes the "big shots" in the
industry's own written words and cites their case histories of
dismal failure and "successes" garnered by abjectly lowering
their expectations, critteria and failiing that, avoidance.

It's so simple he says, "even a five year old child can do it,
with a little help from mommy to read the words". His tenant is
"these methods and principles are such that any child less than
the age of seven, instinctively KNOWS this stuff":

Damn The Descartean War of "Nature Vs Nurture."
We Teach By HOWER Words And Actions
And GET BACK What We TAUGHT.

"It is by muteness that a dog becomes
so utterly beyond value."

Like a confessor Priest?

"With him, words play no torturing tricks..., "
--John Galsworthy.

Don't bet your dog won't tell on you...
Their behaviors reflect
HOWER words, actions and training quirks.
Jerry HOWE, The Puppy Wizard. <{} ; ~ ) >

"Only the unenlightened speak of wisdom and right action
as separate, not the wise.

If any man knows one, he enjoys the fruit of both.

The level which is reached by wisdom
is attained
through right action as well.

He who perceives that the two are one knows the truth."

"Even the wise man acts in character with his nature,
indeed all creatures act according to their natures.

What is the use of compulsion then?

The love and hate which are aroused
by the objects of sense arise from Nature,
do not yield to them.
They only obstruct the path," -
- Bhagavad Gita,
adapted by Krishna with permission
from His OWN FREE copy of The Simply
Amazing Puppy Wizard's FREE Wits' End
Dog Training Method manual <{) ; ~ ) >

ALL Temperament And Behavior Problems Are CAUSED BY MISHANDLING

"If you talk with the animals, they will talk with you
and you will know each other.
If you do not talk to them, you will not know them,
and what you do not know you will fear.

What one fears, one destroys."
Chief Dan George

Subject: Re: Discipline
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 02:43:46 -0500
From: Amanda <ama...@dcfwatch.com>
To: "N

On Wednesday 15 January 2003 01:54, "N wrote:

i responded in katie's mail.. youll get it before this one :)
i'm not the expert.. mr. howe is teaching me.. and im figuring
alot out.. plus its just coming to me.. two months ago i would
cry cuz i was soooo lost... and now i go ahead and live it...
like he gave me just enough for my brain to fill in the rest?

when i would swat in my early parent years.. up until i got
crunchy this last year.. i swore spanking was great.. a lil
bit of fear in yo' momma is what i would say.. and my family
supported me.. you can spank and not be abusive.

then i felt guilty... not because i knew better, but becuase
you guys and others did it wihtout spanking.. better than me...
but i would still say i just have bad kids.. then i started
feeling guilty..asked for help.. got some advice and it worked
some.. but not much.. enough to make me think i did it.. then
it wouldn't help..

then i heard him tell someone on the news group"
Do you think hitting babies is intelligent" and i was
like whoa.. now i feel like cockaroach and pray every
time i distract them that they can somehow grow up
not to hate me..

and i pray i caught myself in enough time.

------------------------

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.
d*.@earthlink.net

P.S. You're welcome to call him 24/7, he's almost always
sitting as his desk "stark ravin nekkid" as he says
and always answers with a cheerful "HOWEDY, this is
Jerry" and you'll get the information you need, for
free or he swears he'll "GET THE HEEL HOWETA THIS
BUSINESS".

"The day may come when the rest of the animal creation
may acquire those rights
which never could have been withholden from them
but by the hand of tyranny.

The question is not can they REASON,
nor can they TALK,
but can they SUFFER?" -
- Jeremy Bentham

All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
-Arthur Schopenhauer

"Thank you for fighting the fine fight--
even tho it's a hopeless task,
in this system of things.
As long as man is ruling man,
there will be animals (and humans!)
abused and neglected. :-(
Your student," Juanita.

"If you've got them by the balls their
hearts and minds will follow,"
John Wayne.

Jerry Howe,
Director of Research,
Human And Animal Behavior
Forensic Sciences Research Laboratory,
BIOSOUND Scientific,
Director of Training,
Wits' End Dog Training
1611 24th St
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone: 1-407-425-5092
Email:
The_Insanely_Freakin_Simply_Amazing_Grand_Puppy_Wiza...@HotMail.Com




> <KarenPryorClicker@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
> news:1164987090.348006.174030@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Shame On Shamu?
> NO!
> Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
> Methods
>
> Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.
>
> What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
> specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
> with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
> like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
> consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
> UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
> we have at SeaWorld.
>
> The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
> instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
> employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
> curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.
>
> Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
> will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
> the Nature of the BEAST.
>
> Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
> to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
> PRAISE and a SMILE.
>
> Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
> quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
> CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
> to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
> learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
> avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
> SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
> and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.
>
> Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
> command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
> you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.
>
> This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
> Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
> the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
> instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
> CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
> UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006
>
> SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
> SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
> his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.
>
> IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
> a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
> said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.
>
> The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
> members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
> the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
> 12 spent at Shamu Stadium.
>
> "His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
> played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
> to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.
>
> The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
> were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
> the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.
>
> "While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
> foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
> said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.
>
> When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
> by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
> The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
> to swim away.
>
>
> ===================
>
> In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
> conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 5 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> Robert & Reba Marston wrote:
>
> > Manadero wrote:
>
> > > Sharon wrote:
>
> > > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
> > > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
> > > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
> > > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
> > > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
> > > > feedback?
>
> > > Sharon,
>
> > > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
> > > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
> > > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
> > > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
> > > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
> > > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
> > > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
> >
> > > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > > them over the edge.
> >
> > > Robin
>
> > This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
> > towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
> > used for praise."
> >
> > The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
> > makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
> > as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
> > your reward."
> >
> > It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
> > game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
> > the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
> >
> > Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
> > training method.
>
> > Reba.
> > Adp[t a Greyhound!
>
>
> The clicker is just another form of praise.
>
> What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
> anchored to and associated with it.
>
> I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
> timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
> food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
> for his trainer.
>
> Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
> dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
> are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training
> witsend...@aol.com
>
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
> problems are learned qualities.
>
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
> centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
> develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
> seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
> hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.
>
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 7 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > them over the edge.
> >
> > Robin
>
> Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.
>
> The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
> is because they are not employing the technique correctly.
>
>
> Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
> in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
> cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
> prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
> different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.
>
> Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
> a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
> It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
> should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
> working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
> and not threaten with it.
>
> The proper technique is available in the
> Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
> http://www.doggydoright.com
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
> are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
> challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
> centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
> exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
> split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
> mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
> and scolding.
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Orca Trainer Incidents
>
> The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
> of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
> It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
> video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.
>
> Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's
>
> Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
> begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
> stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
> people in the water with the whale.
>
> Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
> to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
> uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
> divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
> leg as she was lifted from the pool.
>
> Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's
>
> "Mis-Cue"
>
> Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
> whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
> closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
> the wound.
>
> Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's
>
> Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
> bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.
>
> Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's
>
> Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
> off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool
>
> Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
> Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
> Worcester to the bottom of the pool
>
>
> Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
> Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
> held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
> the trainer to exit safely.
>
>
> Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
> Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
> Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
> for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
> Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
> in her mouth and would not release them
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
> Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
> against a wall
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
> 2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
> the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
> Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
> lacerated, and he had many cuts.
>
> Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
> Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
> her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.
>
> Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
> "Accident"
> Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
> orca between shows
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
> Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
> Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.
>
>
> Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
> "Miscue"
> John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
> riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
> another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
> "Accident"
> Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
> then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
> sitches.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
> Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
> trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
> to rescue him
>
>
> Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991
>
> Sealand of the Pacific, Can
> 20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
> pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
> submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
> drowned.
>
> Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
> Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
> during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
> out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
> returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
> happening in another pool.
>
> Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
> "Accident"
> A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
> draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
> park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
> whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
> being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.
>
> Performing killer whale attacks trainer
> Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show
>
> July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
> was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
> repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
> hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.
>
> ************
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> · Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
> · Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
> · Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
> · Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
> · Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer
>
> Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004
>
> SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
> for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
> of stunned park visitors watched.
>
> The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
> according to WOAI-TV.
>
> Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
> said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.
>
> He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
> before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.
>
> Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
> halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
> rest of the day.
>
> The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
> whale when the shows resume.
>
> Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
> threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
> adolescent hormones
>
>
> ===========
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> Subject: Marine Mammals
> From: HSUS
>
> Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
> Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous
>
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> July 28, 2004
>
> Orca
>
> Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
> seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
> a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
> repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
> a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
> event called the Shamu Adventure.
>
> No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
> hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
> teenage whale nearing breeding age.
>
> To which we would say: That's exactly the point.
>
> Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
> elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
> behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
> Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
> known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long
>
> companionship of their own family members.
>
> That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
> vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
> this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
> performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.
>
> "To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
> is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
> his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.
>
> "Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
> point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
> behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
> injury, maybe even death."
>
> The Human Factor
>
> As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
> dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
> held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
> to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.
>
> But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
> witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
> year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
> million each.
>
> Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
> orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
> some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
> named killer whales.
>
> In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
> whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
> Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
> to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a
>
> horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
> whales
> grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
> underwater.
>
> The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
> weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
> didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
> says The HSUS's Rose.
>
> Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be
>
> implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
> in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
> 1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
> whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
> scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
> sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)
>
> "What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
> you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
> those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
> notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
> wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
> size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
> were just 'playing' with the people.
>
> Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
> their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish
>
>
> enough to interact with them."
>
> By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
> dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
> too, says Rose.
>
> In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
> Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
> Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government
>
>
> records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
> captive
>
> dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
> bones,
>
> bites and rakes.
> Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
> petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
> for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."
>
> Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
> female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
> in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
> While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
> dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
> who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.
>
> Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not
>
>
> handle the routine roughhousing.
>
> As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
> what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
> separate themselves.
> In captivity, however, they don't have that option."
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >


H*@hotmail.com
2006-12-07 02:48:40 EST
HOWEDY shadow walker,

Thank you for your reply. HOWEver, it seems you've grossly
missed the point as you evidently did in the heartworm posts
where you OVERLOOKED the NEWEST HW TREATMENT
PROCEDURES and will CONtinue followin your veterinary
malpracticioner's self serving advice <{}: ~ ( >

Shadow Walker wrote:
> It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.

INDEEDY. Additionally, a fairly comprehensive CASE HISTORY
of the many "Shamu" attacks on their trainers was included so's
to PROVE THE POINT that so called CLICKER TRAININ IS NOT
POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT, it's PUNISHMENT, as articulated
by B.F. Skinner et al, noted in the SCIENTIFIC DATA following
my article.

> Some people are circulating this because the name was in the articles.
> The attack happend at the SeaWorld Adventure Park during "The Shamu
> Adventure Show" not by the whale by the same name.

It don't matter if it was a Orca named Shamu or Ki, or a tiger trained
by
Seigfried & Roy or a Yorkie/Maltese DOG cross or a Labradorable dog
named Baily or Briar or a BC named Solo or Rocky or a CHOWE dog
named Cubbe or a Pit Bull named Mushroom or jabbadoodle or Ozzie,
it's ALL THE SAME SAME regardless of the NAME, shadow walker <{) : ~ (
>

The REASON for these "attacks' is the CLICKER TRAINING METHOD, i.e.,
offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES. IN FACT, in some of the Orca
attacks,
the beasts NUDGED the trainer's arm pryor to "attacking", BEGGING them
to
release a TREAT from the human Skinner Box.

The REASON I put ATTACKING in QUOTES is on accHOWENTA these giant
sea mammals LIVE off of KILLING sea lions weighing hundreds of pounds.
Were they to REALLY ATTACK their human trainers they'd dispatch them in
a heartbeat a la Seigfried & Roy's INCIDENT, although that was NOT a
result
of CLICKER TRAININ per se, it was offering and withHOWELDING BRIBES.

The FACT that the tiger was also trained using fear force and
intimidation was responsible for the severity of Roy's injuries,
yet still mitigated by their friendly relationship when not being
CORRECTED FOR BAD BEHAVIOR <{): ~ ( >

The ONLY REASON these Orcas DID NOT MURDER their trainers is
because they DON'T JERK CHOKE and SHOCK them as their dog
trainin contemporaries DO and TEACH, shadow walker. OtheWIZE
we'd be seeing 100% DEAD trainers in each and every incident.

J.Q. Pubic MUST BE INFORMED abHOWET the DANGERS of so
called clicker training and the self promoting ignorameHOWES
trainers who SELL CLICKER TRAINING MUST BE IDENTIFIED
EXXXPOSED and DISCREDITED <{): ~ ) >

Here's the deal on clicker trainin:

From: "Dr. Von" <drv...@mindspring.com>
Date: 12 Sep 2005 10:52:19 -0700
Subject: Re: Clicker Training for Dogs Newsgroups?

> Jen
> "artbylucy" <artbyl...@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:OMudnRS23OLEc7zenZ2dnUVZ_tGdnZ2d@comcast.com...
> > Hello,
> > Does anyone know of a dedicated newsgroup for
> > positive-only dog training, in particular clicker
> > training?
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Lucy
Jen wrote:
> I would love to know of one as well. If there was
> enough people interested maybe we could start one.
> I've just started clicker training my dog and have
> been doing the positive training for a while now.
> I think it's great!!

Jen, your request for a positive only dog training list,
needs the same answer as I give the folk who ask why I
don't have a list for what I do with biofeedback.

The method is so simple, and if you adopt it and relate
to your dog in such a positive manner you won't have any
more problems and there is no need for any more technique.

With Puppies we Ph.D. psychologists have been outflanked
by the entirely practical and effective methods described
in http://www.tinyurl.com/7bl5u. Free download, nothing
sold, no mailing list, no distribution of your name. Free
support if needed.

With ADHD kids I provide similar information at
www.drbiofeedback.com and there is no need for
a list dealing with problems with kids. Apply
as directed and have happy healthy doggies or
kiddies.

Not difficult.

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.

P.S. jerk and choke, spanking, shocking, scruff shake,
choke, chin chucks, all those negatives, denial of
affection etc. are harmful, dranging, obscenities.

You might want to consider Pavlov's typology to
understand "hard and soft dogs" - essentially he
taught that there are outward and inward responding
organisms in weak and strong nervous systems and if
you grasp this firmly you'll shape your training
methods effectively.

Punishment ALWAYS deranges behavior, and so is
recommended and given only by deranged humans.

Of course, it doesn't matter if we are talking
dogs, cats, people, sheep, even husbands.

Dr. Von

---------------


Abuse / fear / aggression / hyperactivity / shyness / suicide
attempts AIN'T a chemical imbalance or genetic problem it's
a SPIRITUAL problem, passed on from WON generatiHOWEN
of abuser to the next, like the 100th monkey washin fruit in
the stream. After a while it's not just NORMAL, it's OBLIGATORY.

To do otherWIZE would be DISRESPECTFUL of your parental teachins.

The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME Is the Perfect Synergy Of
Love, Pride, Desire, Shame, Greed, Ego, Fear,
Hate, Reflex, Self Will,
Arrogance, Ignorance, Predjudice, Cowardice,
Disbelief, Jealousy, Embarrassment, Embellishment,
Guilt, Anger, Hopelessness, Helplesness,
Aversion, Attraction, Inhibition, Revulsion, Repulsion,
Change, Permanence, Enlightenment, Insult, Attrition,
And
Parental / ReligiHOWES / Societal Conditioning.

YOU ARE THE CRITTER YOU WAS TRAINED.

It Is The Perfect Fusion Of The Word..., In The Physical.
The Sincerely Incredibly Freakin Insanely Simply
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G
G-R-A-N-D
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard <{) ; ~ ) >


From: GEORGE VONHILSHEINER
To: Jerry Howe
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2006 3:48 PM
Subject: Proposed article for Wikipedia

The Simply Amazing Puppy Wizard is the cognomen of a
dog behaviorist, Jerry Howe, of Orlando, Fl. Howe's primary
teaching is that dogs deserve unconditional love, respect,
and attention and that by providing these emotional needs
dogs will regulate their own behavior.

Having been raised in a full service professional Great
Dane kennel, Howe's methods and philosophy are based on his
forty something years of specializing in temperament and behavior
problems and protection training of predominantely giant breed
working dogs for families, police, security, industry and crowd
control.

Howe maintains he's never met a dog who cannot be rehabilitated
from any behavior problem nearly instantly, simpy by doing everything
exactly precisely opposite of how tradtional trainers and univeristy
trained veterinary ethologists teach.

Howe is bombastically antagonistic to rewarders, but he is
aggressively hostile to punishers - he refers antagonists to Mary
Cover Jones (1), J.B. Watson (2), B.F. Skinner (3), and especially
to Samuel A. Corson (4) when they mistakenly annunciate behavioral
principles to support their use of punishment. Punishment always
deranges behavior, says Skinner, Jones, Watson, Corson and Jerry Howe!

Jerry, free of the influence of any psychology courses,
may be the most effective practical psychologist there is! His
intention is to bring his dog training methods, principles and
philosophies into practice in the human family, schools and
criminal justice system, and make it the very fabric of our
society. Perhaps in twenty years he'll announce his candidacy
for the Presidency of the United States?

Howe's credo:

ALL Critters Only Respond In
PREDICTABLE INNATE NORMAL NATURAL
INSTINCTIVE REFLEXIVE Ways
To Situations And Circumstances Of Their Environment
Which We Create For Them.

A DOG Is A Dog;
As A KAT Is A KAT;
As A BIRDY Is A BIRDY;
As A HORSE Is A HORSE;
As A CHILD IS A CHILD;
As A SP-HOWES Is a SP-HOWES;
As A Mass Murderer Is A Mass Murderer.

You GET The Critter You TRAINED

In The Problem Animal Behavior BUSINESS
FAILURE MEANS DEATH.
SAME SAME SAME SAME,
For The Problem Child Behavior BUSINESS.

Howe's philosophy:

The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
Never Change,
Or They'd Not Be Scientific
And Could Not Obtain
Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
For All Handler's And All Critters,
And ALL Behaviors
In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
NEARLY INSTANTLY,
As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
GRAND
Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
FREE
WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
<{} ; ~ ) >

Howe's proof:

Howe developed a sonic device, "Doggy Do Right (And Kitty Will And
A Rooster Did And A Cockatoo And a Cow And A Horse And A Child Or Two
Did Too)", which calms all critters and has been broadly tested in a
wide range of different situations.

Bibliography

(1) Mary Cover Jones, by Rutherford, Alexandra, The Feminist
Psychologist

Newsletter of the Society for Psychology of Wome, Div 35 (APA), vol 27,
3, Summer 2000
(2) John B. Watson, Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it, (1913)

http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Watson/intro.htm
(3) B.F. Skinner, Cumulative Record, Appleton-Century-Crofts,
1959, NY
(4) Corson, Samual A. & Elisabeth O'Leary Corson,
Psychophysiological

Aspects of Reading & Learning, S.A. Corson, Rentel & Dunn eds., Gordon
& Breach Science Publications, (OPA)
1985, Amsterdam, New York

The present author is a Who's Who recognized psychologist who was
asked to evaluate Howe's device by a former student. Howe provided
the author with a device, without charge, and said device was applied
to a series of habitual noisy barkers in a wide range of settings along
the East Coast. Every single dog improved its behavior and barked

significantly less during the trial period and remained silent after
the device was discontinued.

Howe's flagrant disrespect for conventional "WIZEDUMB" and
disdain for the professional dog training industry and university
trained behaivorists who's only measure of success is the scent
and feeling of the almighty dollar compeled him to discontinue
commercial offering of his machine and instead, offer his training
manual for free, just to prove the method upon which it was devised:

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Be forewarned HOWEver, the manual is posted to the Usenet dog
behavior forums where, despite countless testimonials from all
over the world attesting to his free WWW Wits' End Dog Training
Method Manual Student's simply amazing 100% consistent nearly
instant success, even after all other methods have dismally
failed and nearly brought them to murder their dogs, Howe's
student's successes has been met with extreme hostility, innane
ridicule and vulgar defamation. The "experts" call them liars,
paid shills and forgeries A.K.A. "sock puppetts", the only
defense the professional dog training industry and university
trained ethologists whom his student's reports have consistently,
thouroughly DISCREDITED, can offer.

They patently refuse to talk business with him and his students!

The reason? Howe sez it'd be professional suicide! And their
responses substantiate that claim. Howe doesn't just criticize
the industry, he names names and quotes the "big shots" in the
industry's own written words and cites their case histories of
dismal failure and "successes" garnered by abjectly lowering
their expectations, critteria and failiing that, avoidance.

It's so simple he says, "even a five year old child can do it,
with a little help from mommy to read the words". His tenant is
"these methods and principles are such that any child less than
the age of seven, instinctively KNOWS this stuff":

Damn The Descartean War of "Nature Vs Nurture."
We Teach By HOWER Words And Actions
And GET BACK What We TAUGHT.

"It is by muteness that a dog becomes
so utterly beyond value."

Like a confessor Priest?

"With him, words play no torturing tricks..., "
--John Galsworthy.

Don't bet your dog won't tell on you...
Their behaviors reflect
HOWER words, actions and training quirks.
Jerry HOWE, The Puppy Wizard. <{} ; ~ ) >

"Only the unenlightened speak of wisdom and right action
as separate, not the wise.

If any man knows one, he enjoys the fruit of both.

The level which is reached by wisdom
is attained
through right action as well.

He who perceives that the two are one knows the truth."

"Even the wise man acts in character with his nature,
indeed all creatures act according to their natures.

What is the use of compulsion then?

The love and hate which are aroused
by the objects of sense arise from Nature,
do not yield to them.
They only obstruct the path," -
- Bhagavad Gita,
adapted by Krishna with permission
from His OWN FREE copy of The Simply
Amazing Puppy Wizard's FREE Wits' End
Dog Training Method manual <{) ; ~ ) >

ALL Temperament And Behavior Problems Are CAUSED BY MISHANDLING

"If you talk with the animals, they will talk with you
and you will know each other.
If you do not talk to them, you will not know them,
and what you do not know you will fear.

What one fears, one destroys."
Chief Dan George

Subject: Re: Discipline
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 02:43:46 -0500
From: Amanda <ama...@dcfwatch.com>
To: "N

On Wednesday 15 January 2003 01:54, "N wrote:

i responded in katie's mail.. youll get it before this one :)
i'm not the expert.. mr. howe is teaching me.. and im figuring
alot out.. plus its just coming to me.. two months ago i would
cry cuz i was soooo lost... and now i go ahead and live it...
like he gave me just enough for my brain to fill in the rest?

when i would swat in my early parent years.. up until i got
crunchy this last year.. i swore spanking was great.. a lil
bit of fear in yo' momma is what i would say.. and my family
supported me.. you can spank and not be abusive.

then i felt guilty... not because i knew better, but becuase
you guys and others did it wihtout spanking.. better than me...
but i would still say i just have bad kids.. then i started
feeling guilty..asked for help.. got some advice and it worked
some.. but not much.. enough to make me think i did it.. then
it wouldn't help..

then i heard him tell someone on the news group"
Do you think hitting babies is intelligent" and i was
like whoa.. now i feel like cockaroach and pray every
time i distract them that they can somehow grow up
not to hate me..

and i pray i caught myself in enough time.

------------------------

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.
d*.@earthlink.net

P.S. You're welcome to call him 24/7, he's almost always
sitting as his desk "stark ravin nekkid" as he says
and always answers with a cheerful "HOWEDY, this is
Jerry" and you'll get the information you need, for
free or he swears he'll "GET THE HEEL HOWETA THIS
BUSINESS".

"The day may come when the rest of the animal creation
may acquire those rights
which never could have been withholden from them
but by the hand of tyranny.

The question is not can they REASON,
nor can they TALK,
but can they SUFFER?" -
- Jeremy Bentham

All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
-Arthur Schopenhauer

"Thank you for fighting the fine fight--
even tho it's a hopeless task,
in this system of things.
As long as man is ruling man,
there will be animals (and humans!)
abused and neglected. :-(
Your student," Juanita.

"If you've got them by the balls their
hearts and minds will follow,"
John Wayne.

Jerry Howe,
Director of Research,
Human And Animal Behavior
Forensic Sciences Research Laboratory,
BIOSOUND Scientific,
Director of Training,
Wits' End Dog Training
1611 24th St
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone: 1-407-425-5092
Email:
The_Insanely_Freakin_Simply_Amazing_Grand_Puppy_Wiza...@HotMail.Com




> <KarenPryorClicker@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
> news:1164987090.348006.174030@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Shame On Shamu?
> NO!
> Shame On Bribe / Withhold / Ignore / Avoid / Rewards Based Training
> Methods
>
> Shamu Attacks Trainer During Show At SeaWorld San Diego.
>
> What I've learned from a very long history of near successes
> specializing in marine mammals and domestic puppy dogs splashed
> with consistant dismal failure, is that clicker training is much
> like taking a shower with my raincoat on; it's cumbersome, time
> consuming, confusing and GUARANTEED TO FAIL 10% of the time EVEN
> UNDER SCIENTIFICALLY CON-TROLLED environmental conditions like
> we have at SeaWorld.
>
> The ONLY effective methods of training ALL critters nearly
> instantly requires NON PHYSICAL, NON REWARD based training
> employing brief alternately variable non physical distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by PROLONGED NON PHYSICAL PRAISE and of
> curse, PRAISE IN ADVANCE.
>
> Animals who work ONLY for UNCONDITIONAL LOVE TRUST and RESPECT
> will NATURALLY WANT to DO ANYTHING we ask, just because THAT'S
> the Nature of the BEAST.
>
> Praising EVERY brief eye contact quickly conditions the critter
> to naturally want to pay attention to us for nothing more than
> PRAISE and a SMILE.
>
> Through variably alternating brief non physcial distraction
> INSTANTLY followed by prolonged non physcial praise, critters
> quickly EXTINGUSIH ALL undesirable behaviors and develop SELF
> CON-TROLL all on their own volition. By allowing the critter
> to THINK of his normal natural innate reflexive behaviors they
> learn to select alternate mutually desirable behaviors, therefore
> avoiding any sense of "CORRECTIONS," DISPLEASURE, PUNISHMENT,
> SHAME, FEAR, FORCE and DISAPPROVAL, which INCREASES self esteem
> and enhances the bond between trainer and animal.
>
> Pavlovian and Ericksonian conditioning quickly install ANY
> command as a conditional reflex, which WILL NOT FAIL, provided
> you follow the PRECISE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.
>
> This method, taught by Jerry Howe, The Simply Amazing Puppy
> Wizard in his FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual is
> the EZiest, most scientifically precise, consistently nearly
> instantly effective method to achieve 100% TOTAL NON PHYSICAL
> CON-TROLL of ALL thinking critters.
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> POSTED: 8:01 am EST November 30, 2006
> UPDATED: 11:27 am EST November 30, 2006
>
> SAN DIEGO -- A trainer was injured during a show Wednesday at
> SeaWorld Adventure Park after Shamu the killer whale grabbed
> his foot and pulled him underwater twice, authorities said.
>
> IN 2004: Whale Attacks SeaWorld Trainer said Mike Scarpuzzi,
> a park official. Scarpuzzi, who oversees zoological operations,
> said he did not know the extent of the trainer's injuries.
>
> The park declined to release the trainer's name, saying some
> members of his family have yet to be notified. Scarpuzzi said
> the trainer has been working with animals for 16 years, including
> 12 spent at Shamu Stadium.
>
> "His skills and techniques, and close relationship with the whale
> played a major role in helping the animal calm down and allowed him
> to eventually swim out of the pool," Scarpuzzi said.
>
> The mishap occurred around 5 p.m. when the trainer and Shamu
> were to go underwater as planned. They were to emerge with
> the trainer jumping off the whale's nose.
>
> "While underwater, the whale opened its mouth and grabbed his
> foot and kept him underwater for a period of time," Scarpuzzi
> said, adding he didn't know how long the trainer was kept down.
>
> When both came up for air, the trainer attempted to calm Shamu
> by gently rubbing it, but the whale took him down a second time.
> The whale eventually released his grip, and the trainer managed
> to swim away.
>
>
> ===================
>
> In a despicable effort to discredit non physical scientific
> conditioning, these pathetic dogs abusing frauds said this:
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 5 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> Robert & Reba Marston wrote:
>
> > Manadero wrote:
>
> > > Sharon wrote:
>
> > > > Lately I've heard about a method of training a dog. When
> > > > your dog is doing something wrong, it is suggested that you
> > > > take a tin can with a few pennies in it or something and rattle
> > > > the can. I don't agree with this because it seems, this could
> > > > make a nervous wreck out of your dog. Can anybody give me any
> > > > feedback?
>
> > > Sharon,
>
> > > I have been using this technique for a 3 month old puppy I have
> > > been training. I used a pop can with about a dozen pennies taped
> > > inside. I've been pretty happy with it. It has not made her a
> > > "nervous wreck". The closest I can tell you is that it works right
> > > then, kind of like a remote correction the same way a clicker is
> > > used for praise. I have used it mainly to teach her to leave things
> > > alone... like the children't toys and the trash cans.
> >
> > > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > > them over the edge.
> >
> > > Robin
>
> > This is really off the subject and I'm saying this without animosity
> > towards anyone, but I wanted to clarify "the same way the clicker is
> > used for praise."
> >
> > The clicker actually tells the dog WHAT it's getting praised for. That
> > makes it much more valuable as a tool for communicating with a dog than
> > as a reward. It tells the dog, "You've done the right thing, come get
> > your reward."
> >
> > It is true that sometimes dogs start to have so much fun playing the
> > game ("How do I get my person to click?") that hearing the click is all
> > the praise they need. ....If it were only so easy for my two canines.
> >
> > Thanks, Robin for allowing me the opportunity to talk about this great
> > training method.
>
> > Reba.
> > Adp[t a Greyhound!
>
>
> The clicker is just another form of praise.
>
> What gives it extra proficiency are the thoughts
> anchored to and associated with it.
>
> I question the need or desirability of replacing a well
> timed "good boy" with a sound that is associated with
> food, rather than the respect, appreciation, and love
> for his trainer.
>
> Any use of food in a training situation will reflex the
> dogs thinking to the survival instinct, which means you
> are not getting the best motivations working on your behalf.
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training
> witsend...@aol.com
>
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve
> problems are learned qualities.
>
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training Method challenges the learning
> centers in the dogs brain. These centers, once challenged,
> develop and continue to grow exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising split
> seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not mindless
> hours of forced repetition, constant corrections and scolding.
>
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Subject: rattling tin can
> 7 From: Jerry Howe
> Date: Fri, Apr 30 1999 12:00 am
> Email: Jerry Howe <jho...@bellsouth.net>
>
> > I guess it's like anything though, you use what works for your dog.
> > I'm sure for a high-strung - flighty dog that it might indeed push
> > them over the edge.
> >
> > Robin
>
> Yes, Robin, your observation is correct.
>
> The reason people are not getting permanent long term results
> is because they are not employing the technique correctly.
>
>
> Just taking a can with some pennies and shaking it will not work
> in a consistent and predictable manner. There have to be several
> cans. They have to be crushed so they will not roll and make a
> prolonged sound. The can must always originate it's sound from a
> different direction, never twice in a row from the same source.
>
> Praise must always accompany the sound, except when being used as
> a correction after the fact. The can must never be used as a threat.
> It must not be seen or heard while being picked up. When thrown, it
> should never be retrieved or the dog ever allowed to pick it up while
> working on the malbehavior. We want to distance ourselves from the can,
> and not threaten with it.
>
> The proper technique is available in the
> Wits' End Dog Training Method manual at:
> http://www.doggydoright.com
>
> Sincerely,
> Jerry Howe,
> Wits' End Dog Training witsend...@aol.com
> Nature, to be mastered, must be obeyed.
> -Francis Bacon-
>
>
> There are terrible people who, instead of solving a problem,
> bungle it and make it more difficult for all who come after.
> Who ever can't hit the nail on the head should, please, not
> hit at all.
> -Nietzsche-
>
> The abilities to think, rationalize and solve problems
> are learned qualities. The Wits' End Dog Training Method
> challenges the learning centers in the dogs brain. These
> centers, once challenged, develop and continue to grow
> exponentially to make him smarter.
>
> The Wits' End Dog Training method capitalizes on praising
> split seconds of canine thought, strategy, and timing, not
> mindless hours of forced repetition, constant corrections
> and scolding.
> -Jerry Howe-
>
>
> Orca Trainer Incidents
>
> The fallowing page was put together to include a breif description
> of some attacks or altercations involving Orcas and their trainers.
> It is a work in progress, and any information, including photos,
> video, news articles, and other things are very welcome additions.
>
> Shamu Attacks Annette Eckis Sea World, CA Early 70's
>
> Annette Eckis, a seceratary at Sea World of California,
> begin to ride Shamu around the tank for a Sea World publicity
> stunt. With camera's and trainers surrounding the tank, but no
> people in the water with the whale.
>
> Though the first few moments were tense, Annette soon began
> to relax and enjoy the ride. Shamu however, became increasingly
> uneasy. Trashing around, Shamu threw her off. She prevented
> divers from entering the water, and even bit down on Annete's
> leg as she was lifted from the pool.
>
> Hugo Attacks Chris Christiansen Miami Seaqarium, FL Early 70's
>
> "Mis-Cue"
>
> Chris while working with Hugo, placed his head in the
> whale's mouth to perform a familar trick. Hugo, on a miscue,
> closed his mouth, causing Chris to recieve 7 sitches to close
> the wound.
>
> Orky Attacks Male Trainer Marineland of the Pacific, CA Early 70's
>
> Orky, a domiant male, dragged a trainer by the leg to the
> bottom of the pool, holding him there until he lost conciseness.
>
> Kianu Attacks Jeff Pulaski Marineworld, CA 1970's
>
> Kianu, a highly domiant animal, threw her regular trainer
> off of her back during a performance, and chased him out of the pool
>
> Nepo Attack Dave Worcester Marineworld, CA 1970's
> Nepo, an preadolesent male, dragged trainer Dave
> Worcester to the bottom of the pool
>
>
> Kim Attacks Unknown Marineland France 1970's
> Kim, a preadolesant male, took a trainer in his mouth and
> held him at the bottom of the pool. Finally releasing him, he allowed
> the trainer to exit safely.
>
>
> Orky Attacks Jill Stratton Marineland of the Pacific, CA May 2, 1978
> Orky, a rountinally agressive whale, grabbed trainer Jill
> Stratton and took her to the bottom of the pool. He held her there
> for 4 minutes before releasing her, and she was almost drowned.
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks 2 Female Trainers Sea World, CA 1984
> Kandu 5, a rountinally agressive whale, took 2 trainers
> in her mouth and would not release them
>
> Kandu 5 Attacks Male Trainer Sea World, CA November 1986
> Kandu, in another show of agression, pinned a trainer up
> against a wall
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Jonathan Smith Sea World, CA March 4, 1987
> 2 Orcas grabbed onto Jonathan Smith, dragging him across
> the pool. He had less than 1 week's experiance working with orcas.
> Though he survived the attack, his kidneys ruptured, his liver was
> lacerated, and he had many cuts.
>
> Unknown Attacks Joanne Webber Sea World, CA June 15, 1987
> Joanne Webber, an experianced trainer of 5 years, broke
> her neck when an Orca landed on her during rehersal.
>
> Unknown Attacks Mark McHugh Sea World, CA September 27, 1987
> "Accident"
> Mark McHugh was bitten on the hand while feeding an
> orca between shows
>
>
> Unknown Attacks Chris Barlow Sea World, CA September 30, 1987
> Chris Barlow was rammed in the stomach by a Sea World
> Orca during a show. He required hospitalization for the injuries.
>
>
> Orky Attacks John Sillick Sea World, CA Novemeber 21, 1987
> "Miscue"
> John Sillick fractured his vertabrae, femur, and pelvis while
> riding Corky. Appartenally, Orky was given the signal to breach by
> another trainer, not realising Sillick was riding Corky in that area.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Henriette Huber Sealand of the Pacific, Can 1989
> "Accident"
> Nootka closed her mouth on trainer Henriette Huber's hand,
> then pulled her into the tank. Henriette's hand required several
> sitches.
>
>
> Nootka 4 Attacks Steve Huxter Sealand of the Pacific 1989
> Steve Huxter was pulled into the tank by Nootka while
> trying to remove a camera from her mouth. Another trainer had
> to rescue him
>
>
> Nootka 4, Attacks Tillikum, & Haida 2 Keltie Byrne February 21, 1991
>
> Sealand of the Pacific, Can
> 20 year old Keltie Byrene slipped and fell into the whale
> pool. She was dragged, screaming across the pool and repeataldy
> submerged. Other trainers attempted to rescue her, but she eventualy
> drowned.
>
> Kasatka Unknown Attacks Sea World, CA June 12, 1999
> Kasatka, a domiant female, suddenly began acting erractically
> during a show. She grabbed him by the leg and attempted to throw him
> out of the pool. The show was cancelled and the whale's behavior
> returned to normal. Appartentally, she was preoccupied by events
> happening in another pool.
>
> Tillikum Attacks Unknown Guest Sea World, Fl July 5, 1999
> "Accident"
> A dead, naked body was discovered in the early moring,
> draped over Tillikum, an adult male. The man had hidden in the
> park after closing, removed his clothing and jumped in with the
> whale. This was Tillikum's second fatal incident, the first
> being the 1991 death of Keltie Bryene.
>
> Performing killer whale attacks trainer
> Man escapes unhurt at Texas theme park show
>
> July 26: SeaWorld San Antonio trainer Steve Aibel, who
> was nearly crushed by a killer whale when the animal
> repeatedly slammed him underwater, blamed adolescent
> hormones for the animal's aggressive behavior.
>
> ************
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> · Killer Whale Pins Sea World Trainer Underwater During Show
> · Whale Attacks Trainer During Show At Seaworld
> · Whale attacks trainer at SeaWorld
> · Orca Might Continue Performances After Injuring Trainer
> · Killer whale attacks SeaWorld trainer
>
> Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET July 27, 2004
>
> SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A performing killer whale attacked a trainer
> for several minutes Monday at SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands
> of stunned park visitors watched.
>
> The victim, Steve Aibel, walked away from the incident uninjured,
> according to WOAI-TV.
>
> Justin Lecourias, a member of the audience who witnessed the event,
> said there was clearly something wrong in the lead-up to the attack.
>
> He said the whale kept trying to bat the trainer under the water
> before apparently trying to take a bite out of him.
>
> Trainers were eventually able to calm the whale, and the show was
> halted. Officials canceled "The Shamu Adventure," shows for the
> rest of the day.
>
> The trainer has said he intends to go back in the pool with the
> whale when the shows resume.
>
> Veterinarians believe the whale is near breeding age and felt
> threatened by the trainer, perhaps a result of the effects of
> adolescent hormones
>
>
> ===========
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> Subject: Marine Mammals
> From: HSUS
>
> Sea World Attack Reaffirms Whale of a Truth:
> Captive Orcas Can Be Dangerous
>
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >
>
>
> July 28, 2004
>
> Orca
>
> Just about everyone with access to a 24-hour news channel has
> seen the home video of a killer whale attacking his trainer at
> a Sea World facility in San Antonio. The whale, named Ky, is seen
> repeatedly trying to submerge his trainer of 10 years-in front of
> a shocked audience which turned out to see a seemingly innocuous
> event called the Shamu Adventure.
>
> No doubt trying to dismiss the attack as a simple rush of randy
> hormones, the trainer has publicly labeled it the actions of a
> teenage whale nearing breeding age.
>
> To which we would say: That's exactly the point.
>
> Ky, like every captive wild animal in the world, whether a circus
> elephant or a white tiger in Las Vegas, has complex physical and
> behavioral needs, which can never be fully satisfied in captivity.
> Breeding is just one of many such needs among killer whales, commonly
> known as orcas. They also require lots of open water and the life-long
>
> companionship of their own family members.
>
> That's one reason why The HSUS is constantly encouraging summer
> vacationers to avoid marine parks: Visitors only help perpetuate
> this grim illusion-that orcas and dolphins are perfectly content
> performing in tanks that can never recreate their natural environment.
>
> "To say that Ky's actions were motivated by his teenage hormones
> is a bit like saying a lion's hunting instincts are motivated by
> his appetite," says Naomi Rose, The HSUS's marine mammal scientist.
>
> "Well, yeah, maybe that's right. But that's not the point. The
> point is humans cannot predict, let alone control, these natural
> behaviors. The danger in thinking we can control these animals is
> injury, maybe even death."
>
> The Human Factor
>
> As the Sea World incident underscores, captive orcas present real
> dangers to humans. There are no firm figures on the number of orcas
> held captive around the world; about 50 of the whales are believed
> to be held in the United States, Canada, Japan, France, and Argentina.
>
> But the pressures to secure more wild killer whales remain, as
> witnessed by Russia's return to the captive orca business last
> year. And why not? Some reports say captive orcas are worth $1
> million each.
>
> Statistics documenting human injuries and deaths related to captive
> orcas are hard to come by. But the mainstream press has documented
> some cases in which humans did not fare well against the appropriately
> named killer whales.
>
> In 1991, a 11,000-pound orca named Tillikum, along with two female
> whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at
> Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. The incident was hauntingly similar
> to Ky's attack in San Antonio: The earlier attack occurred in front a
>
> horrified audience, which watched helplessly as one of the killer
> whales
> grabbed Byrne in its mouth and dragged her around the pool, mostly
> underwater.
>
> The entire incident played out over several long minutes. "The whales
> weren't trying to kill Byrne, but Tillikum and his orca companions
> didn't know that humans can't hold their breath as long as whales,"
> says The HSUS's Rose.
>
> Tillikum was later shipped to Sea World of Orlando where he would be
>
> implicated in another human death. A man, who had apparently stayed
> in the park after closing hours, jumped into Tillikum's tank in July
> 1999. He was found dead the next morning, naked and draped across the
> whale. The man's swim trunks were found in the water, and his body was
> scraped up, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and
> sides of the tank. (Tillikum, incidentally, is Ky's father.)
>
> "What all these incidents tell us is what marine parks don't want
> you to know: captive killer whales are dangerous to people, even
> those who have worked with these animals for years and years,"
> notes The HSUS's Rose. "In both episodes with Tillikum, the whale
> wasn't necessary trying to hurt the unintended victims, but his very
> size and behavior makes him a danger to people, even if the whale
> were just 'playing' with the people.
>
> Simply put, these are wild animals. Taming them is only an illusion;
> their natural behaviors will always pose a threat to the people foolish
>
>
> enough to interact with them."
>
> By the same logic, people often think they can safely interact with
> dolphins at so-called swim-with-the-dolphin programs. This is a myth,
> too, says Rose.
>
> In their joint 2003 report, Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Case
> Against Dolphin Petting Pools, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation
> Society and The HSUS wrote, "...[M]edia reports and historic government
>
>
> records reveal a range of serious injuries caused to visitors by
> captive
>
> dolphins in interactive programs, including cuts, bruises, broken
> bones,
>
> bites and rakes.
> Because of the sheer size of dolphins and their concentration in
> petting pools, abrupt movements and occasionally aggressive competition
> for food can put visitors at risk of physical harm."
>
> Nor are dolphins themselves safe in captivity. A four-month-old
> female dolphin died on Wednesday, July 28, at the National Aquarium
> in Baltimore; tests revealed she had a serious bacterial infection.
> While her mother performed in a show earlier that day, the young
> dolphin was the target of two sexually aggressive male dolphins,
> who reportedly pushed her under water for longer than she had oxygen.
>
> Experts believe the young dolphin, because of the infection, could not
>
>
> handle the routine roughhousing.
>
> As The HSUS's Rose notes, "It's not unusual for male dolphins to do
> what they did. They do it in the wild. That's why mother dolphins
> separate themselves.
> In captivity, however, they don't have that option."
>
> HERE'S HOWE COME:
>
> "Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
> reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVER LEARNING THEORY
> model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT. Of curse,
> Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
> HOWE we escape the phenomenon that an expected
> reward not received is experienced as a punishment
> and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
> (Azrin et al, 1966)."
>
> "The IMBECILITY of some of the claims for operant
> technique simply take the breath away. Lovas et al
> (1966) report a standard contingent reward/punishment
> procedure developing imitative speech in two severly
> disturbed non verbal schizophrenic boys. After twenty-
> six days the boys are reported to have been learning
> new words with alacrity. HOWEver, when REWARDS were
> moved to a delayed contingency the behavior and learning
> immediately deteriorated."
>
>
> Sam Corson, Pavlov's Last Student Demonstrated At
> UofOH, That Rehabilitation Of Hyperactive Dogs Can
> Easily And Readily Be Done Using TLC. Tender Loving
> Care Is At The Root Of The Scientific Management Of
> Doggys. <{) ; ~ ) >
>
> "...all the highest nervous activity, as it manifests
> itself in the conditional reflex, consists of a continual
> change of these three fundamental processes -- excitation,
> inhibition and disinhibition," Ivan P. Pavlov
>
> "Postitive emotions arising in connection
> with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
> of its pragmatic significance at a given
> moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
> emotions, not outside rewards, are what
> reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.
>
> "All animals learn best through play." -- Konrad Lorenz
>
> "It is NO WONDER that the marked changes in
> deviant behavior of children can be achieved
> through brief, simple educative routines with
> their mothers which modify the mother's social
> behaviors shaping the child (Whaler, 1966). Some
> clinics have reported ELIMINATION ofthe need for
> child THERAPY through changing the clinical emphasis
> from clinical to parental HANDLING of the child
> (Szrynski 1965).
>
> A large number of cases improved sufficiently after
> preliminary contact with parents that NO treatment
> of children was required, and almost ALL cases SHOWE
> a remarkably shortened period for therapy. Quite severe
> cases of anorexia nervosa have been treated in own to
> five months by simply REPLACING the parents temporarily
> with EFFUSIVELY LOVING SUBSTITUTES (Groen, 1966)."
>
> The Methods, Principles And Philosophy Of Behavior
> Never Change,
> Or They'd Not Be Scientific
> And Could Not Obtain
> Consistent, Reliable, Fast, Effective, Safe Results
> For All Handler's And All Critters,
> And ALL Behaviors
> In ALL FIELDS And ALL UTILITIES,
> ALL OVER The Whole Wild World,
> NEARLY INSTANTLY,
> As Taught In Your FREE Copy Of The Sincerely Incredibly
> Freakin Insanely Simply Amazing
> GRAND
> Puppy, Child, Pussy, Birdy And Horsey Wizard's
> 100% CONSISTENTLY NEARLY INSTANTLY SUCCESSFUL
> FREE
> WWW Wits'End Dog, Child, Kat And Horse Training Method Manual
> <{} ; ~ ) >


John Oliver
2006-12-07 13:47:36 EST
On Thu, 07 Dec 2006 03:20:12 GMT, Shadow Walker wrote:
> It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.

It's also a little-known fact that killer whales are neither dogs nor
pit bulls. Amazing but true!

--
* John Oliver http://www.john-oliver.net/ *

H*@hotmail.com
2006-12-07 14:26:58 EST
HOWEDY john oliver you pathetic miserable stinkin lyin
animal abusin punk thug coward active acute chronic long
term incurable mental case,

John Oliver wrote:
> On Thu, 07 Dec 2006 03:20:12 GMT, Shadow Walker wrote:
> > It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.
>
> It's also a little-known fact that killer whales are neither dogs nor pit bulls.

Perhaps it's "a little-known fact" amongst you and your Pit Bull RESCUE
pals, johnny.

> Amazing but true!

INDEED? Know what's MOORE "AMAZING," johnny? That a mammal
brain is a mammal brain and ALL critters respond PRECISELY the SAME
SAME to situations and circumstances of their environments which we
create for them. Ask Seigfried of Seigfried an Roy, seein as Roy AIN'T
TALKIN much these days.

Oh, bye the bye johnny, Happy HOWELIDAYS to you an yours, eh?:

From The Annals Of
Human And Animal Behavior Forensic Sciences
Research Laboratory
AND
COLLEGE OF HARD KNOCKXXX
<{}; ~ ) >

Subject: Sorry, I broke one of my cardinal rules...

From: TheAmazingPuppyWizard @Mail.Com
Date: Wed, Jul 13 2005 12:54 pm

HOWEDY john, you dog abusing coward,

You quoted:

"But revolutionaries work to gain a powerful reward -
- fulfillment of their revolutionary vision -- and
therefore work harder and more persistently than
reformers do.

142. Reform is always restrainde by the fear of painful
consequences if changes go too far. But once a revolutionary
fever has taken hold of a society, people are willing to
undergo unlimited hardships for the sake of their revolution."

John Oliver wrote:

Re: Sorry, I broke one of my cardinal rules...

> That being to not argue with crazy people.

You're a dog abusing coward, johnny boy, like
your punk thug coward mental case pals who choke
shock murder and blame the breed and call themselves
rescue shelter and foster care givers, like yourself
johnny, you dog abusing coward.

DECENT PEOPLE DO NOT POST HERE abHOWETS.

If you'll NOTICE your pals are all havin PROBLEMS
with their own dogs and they AIN'T GOT NO METHODS
that WORK.

ALL behavior problems are CAUSED BY MISHANDLING, johnny.

You're a DOG ABUSING COWARD, johnny:

Newsgroups: alt.pets.dogs.pitbull
From: John Oliver <joli...@john-oliver.net>
Date: 08 Jul 2005 17:44:08

Subject: Re: Pulling

On 8 Jul 2005 05:03:31 -0700, M2 wrote:

>> My 2 year old red nose pit has a tendency to pull
>> when I walk her on a leash.
> Watch "The Dog Whisperer" on the National Geographic channel.

He jerks chokes bribes and intimidates dogs JUST LIKE HOWE
you PREFER, johnny boy:

> Pulling" is a dominant behavior,

THAT'S INSANE, johnny boy. Dogs PULL on
accHOWENT of MENTAL CASES CHOKE THEM.

There AIN'T NO SUCH THING as DOMINANT DOG BEHAVIOR,
johnny boy. ALL AGGRESSION IS FEAR. Dogs PULL when
they're AFRAID of GETTIN JERKED and CHOKED someMOORE.

> from what I understand. Keep the dog on a short leash,

Will teach the dog to PULL when he's on a long
leash and RUN HOWET on you if he's off leash on
accHOWENT of DOGS DO NOT LEARN thru FORCED CON-
TROLL, THAT'S HOWE COME your RESCUE dog submissively
licks you, johnny boy, you dog abusin mental case.

> and insist the she follow you...

BWEEEEEEEEEAAHAHAHHAHAAA!!!

HOWE YOU GONNA "INSIST" when the dog is OFF LEAD, johnny?

> keep bringing her back,

BWEEAAHAHAHAHAHHAAA!!!

> and when she's in the place you want her, let up the slack.

And then she'll forge ahead again, JUST LIKE HOWE
Ron Hardin's "Saga Of Annie" played HOWET for three
months of BRUTAL jerking and choking in every manner
convievable, johnny boy.

The only difference between Ron and the rest of
you dog abusing cowards is that Ron wasn't a LIAR
and A COWARD, johnny boy, he was just followin
his koehler book JUST LIKE HOWE most of your punk
thug coward mental case pals PREFER.

FUNNY though, wasn't it (look it up on Google...),
HOWE Ron CURED his HEALING problem by COINCIDENTALLY
following a brief S-HOWEND distraction with praise,
and SUDDENLY his three month SAGA of HURTING and
INTIMIDATING Annie ENDED.

BWEEEEEEEEAHAHAHAHHAHHAAA!!!

Ron was just a guillible student of HOWER DOG ABUSERS.

But YOU OTOH, johnny boy, are a PRHOWED DOG ABUSER.

Your COWARDICE is in FACING YOUR OWN HUMAN NATURE, johnny.

You're at that point where you SEE HOWE SICK you ARE,
but are NHOWE AFRAID to TAKE THE MEDECINE, on accHOWENT
of it's a BITTER PILL, johnny boy.

THAT'S HOWE COME THESE ARE The Amazing Puppy Wizard's
SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS and HUMAN BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
LABORATORIES, johnny boy <{); ~ ) >

> She will get the idea.

HOWE? By FORCE? BRIBERY? Or PERHAPS you
just WON'T TAKE THE DOG HOWET:

From: John Oliver <joli...@john-oliver.net>
Date: 04 Jul 2005 01:09:24 GMT

Subject: APBT behavior issues

Does anyone have any ideas other than to just
never have her around other dogs? I want that
to be a last resort.

--
* John Oliver

I'd like everyone else to see the dog I love
so under the fierce-looking face that has them
crossing the street or gathering their little
poodles up in their arms :-)

--
*
John Oliver

BWEEEEEAAHAHAHHAHAA!!!

From: John Oliver <joli...@john-oliver.net>
Date: 04 Jul 2005 03:38:31

Subject: Re: APBT behavior issues

I understand a bit of the history of pit bulls.

But I don't believe that the answer is to segregate them...

if they have no contact with other dogs, how do they
get to be accustomed enough to having other dogs around
so as to *not* attack? If pit bulls become the dogs that
"must be kept seperated from other dogs, because they're
just too dangerous", then that would justify breed-based
bans, in the minds of the I-hate-pit-bull people.
--
*
John Oliver

> Also, I can't get her to drop a ball while playing fetch.

Pick your command, like "Give!", or "Release!".

Hold a treat in one hand, and hold the other
hand out for the ball while giving the command.

She'll give up the ball for the treat, and then
praise her. Again, she'll get the idea.

--
* John Oliver

BWEEEEEEEEEEEAAAHAHAHHAHAHAAAA!!!

BRIBING DOGS TEACHES MISTRUST and INCREASES ANXXXIHOWESNESS.

> THAT'S HOWE COME your dog submissively licks you:

Date: 8 Jul 2005 11:07:24 -0700

Subject: Re: Dog licking my mouth - what does it mean?

HOWEDY johnny boy,

What's WRONG with your thinkin, boy?

John Oliver wrote:
> On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 18:05:50 -0400, Janet B wrote:
> > You're not watching very closely then. It's generally done by a
> > younger more subservient dog, and is said to be related to the
> > mother wolf reguritating food for her young.

Yeah? Kinda like HOWE a mom dog does it, Vs just
chewin and spittin it into the baby's MHOWETH as
a human mom does it.

Perhaps THAT'S the origin of "KISSIN".

> > It's generally a solicitous move,

Licking is SUBMISSIVE behavior, johnny. HOWER
DOG LOVERS LOVE SUBMISSIVE DOGS, johnny. That
MAKES THEM FEEL P-HOWERFUL and IN CON-TROLL, johnny.

Example solicitous of approval by others.
Synonyms eager , desirous , greedy (2)
Crossref. Syn. anxious

> > whether to another dog or to a person,

That so? Perhaps janet means like after she's
jerked and choked and shocked her dogs?

LIKE THIS, johnny boy:

HOWEDY janet,

Janet B wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Jun 2005 21:52:22 GMT, Handsome Jack Morrison
> <me10...@privacy.net.invalid>, wrote:
> >For the most recent example, see: Lucy
> > She can't fathom how you can train a dog with a
> > choke collar without actually choking it!

BWEEEEEEEEEEEAAAHAHAHHHAHAAAA!!!

Hi, Jerry.

I'm not sure that I'm a 100% convert, or that I agree
with (or even understand) 100% of what you say in this
manual ... BUT ... we had "come" down pat in a few
reps and you could have knocked me down when I tried
the exercise with "drop" and, after a few reps in
different spots Darwin practically *threw* the rubber
ball at my feet on command. He's still not perfect
(just a pup, after all, and he's stubborn enough to
want to push and test me a little bit more).

For what it's worth, I can see (as no doubt you have)
how your usenet manner is likely to rankle a few
folks, but that woman who advocates ear pulling and
beating with sticks deserves everything she gets. Even
if that was the only method that would work, I'd live
with my dog not fetching rather than do any of that.
(Darwin fetches enthusiastically and instinctively,
tho').

Best, ben

========================

> They don't realize they're crazy, and are much
> better at crazy arguments than I am... :-)

INDEED. You're dealin with EXXXPERT LIARS DOG
ABUSERS COWARDS and ACTIVE ACUTE LONG TERM
INCURABLE MENTAL CASES.

> For everyone else...

Who? Do you mean the MENTALLY ILL LYIN DOG
ABUSING PUNK THUG COWARDS who jerk choke shock
bribe crate and intimidate dogs like HOWE you
do, johnny, or do you mean EVERYWON ELSE WHO
DON'T HURT INTIMDIATE and MURDER dogs and LIE
abHOWET, johnny?

> I'm sorry?

INDEEDY. THAT'S HOWE COME THESE ARE The Amazing
Puppy Wizard's HUMAN BEHAVIOR RESEARCH LABORATORIES.

> Have fun?

Chokin and shocking and murderin innocent critters, johnny?

> Or are your filters adjusted so you don't know
> what the heck I'm talking about? :-)

You mean, are they takin their ANTI PSYCHOTIC meds, johnny.

> Take care, all.

BWEEEEEEEEEAAAAHAHAHAHHHAAA!!!


Drachen
2006-12-07 20:50:37 EST
WHAT??!?!?! SINCE when???? Where do you get your facts????!?

AT least let there be some poodle in them!!
.................................
I am amused...
.................................

care

"John Oliver" <joliver@john-oliver.net> wrote in message
news:slrnengoe8.o0e.joliver@ns.sdsitehosting.net...
> On Thu, 07 Dec 2006 03:20:12 GMT, Shadow Walker wrote:
> > It was not Shamu that attacked but an orca names Ki.
>
> It's also a little-known fact that killer whales are neither dogs nor
> pit bulls. Amazing but true!
>
> --
> * John Oliver http://www.john-oliver.net/ *


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