Not into terriers at all my dear, just love the way they lay down like that. If anything I like bully terriers out of the terrier types with liking Staffordshire Bull Terriers, I suppose they do have nice temperaments but an English Bull Terrier went for my Nanook while I was on a walk a few months ago, so it put me off even more.
Well that's the owners fault for not socialising it properly. Ours was previously owned by someone who used him for fighting before we got him. Fair enough, he was bad with other dogs when out and was in plenty of fights despite my parents best efforts, but he was a dear with people and children, and when properly introduced to our Jack Russell puppy, doted on him a lot and let that little rat get away with anything. So really, it's not really the breed, it's inexperienced people who don't know the breed history/temperament and don't know how to raise them properly.
Same could be said with any breed. I and my friend have come across some very unruly and aggressive huskies recently, so it's all about the owner.
Huskies are damn hard to train I must say, but he wants to play all the time, which he is still young so he is still a little badly behaved. I do agree that it is down to the owners who brush off on the animals.
As huskies are, yes they can be aggressive, Nanook can get aggressive but only when my younger sister provokes him, but in general they are happy, playful dogs.