I think it had a heart attack in it's sleep. But it was near 21 years of age and still ran around the yard. So typical of you to infer nonsense is applicable, where common sense is a fact.
this means....the dog may have died of a heart attack. that point is moot because the real meaning of what he said is the dog lived way beyond the life expectancy of most all dogs xveganx. the way it died has nothing to do with the intent or meaning of the post in general.
your response was this:
And since you can not prove this it is an unsupported opinion and not fact.
the only unproven is whether or not donnies dog died of a heart attack....which was anecdotal at most and had nothing to do with the point. your arguement in using such an item is picking semantics as opposed to commenting on the real meaning.
donnie then said:
Since it lived to almost 21 years of age, a point I hardly think you have any educated reason to observe.. I think chasing squirrels and other rodents made life fun for her though.? The major fact is the dog lived so long.
he did not say you were uneducated. he said you have no reason to observe the point of whether or not the dog had a heart attack. you are not educating anyone in that line of reasoning. the fact that the dog had a heart attack was beside the point of it living 21 years.....which is pretty easy to calculate. dog was born on date x.....dog died on date y.....take y-x= age of dog at its death.
i dont understand your gripe at all.