Pedigree Dogs Exposed

Pedigree Dogs Exposed


Earth Truth: How To Ruin A Perfectly Good Planet In 10 Easy Steps

Reading can negatively impact your brain. Watching this video though will cleanse your colon and increase your awesomeness levels.
[I stole the content of this page from from Oskar T. Brand from his Blog, hope he does not mind i think he is absolutely brilliant

Earth Truth: How To Ruin A Perfectly Good Planet In 10 Easy Steps
1. Find a beautiful, self-sustaining planet rich in resources, with a perfectly balanced ecosystem. Populate it with your kind – short-sighted, selfish, narcissistic, greedy, illogical creatures who couldn’t give two flying shits about anything but cheeseburgers and Kardashians.

Breed like crazy. Make sure the number of children you have is reversely proportional to your income.

Make sure you start a so-called “civilization” that violates every possible law of nature and common sense.

Unnecessarily dominate and rape everything else on the planet. Make every contribution to the planet destructive or harmful at best. Limit the planet maintenance to a lazy and futile attempt to fix your own fuck-ups.

2. Stay uneducated and oblivious to the truth about the planet’s energy sources. Make sure you don’t understand who you are and where you live and do away with everything that doesn’t bring profit. Ignore all scientific solutions and everything related to renewable energy sources like wind, solar, geothermal or wave energy, and the fact that you are made of energy on subatomic level. Instead suck out oil. A bunch of it. And waste it, burn it, spill it. Like there is no tomorrow. Because there isn’t.
3. Build 500 nuclear reactors using primitive, 1960’s technology. Place them near oceans and in seismically active regions. Make them blow up at least once every decade. Do some insane nuclear testing underground, on the ground and in the air. Just to see how big of a boom you can get away with.

4. Cover the planet in plastic. Tamagotchis, Hello Kitty pens and Backstreet Boys CDs – products with a lifespan of a nanosecond and decomposition rate of decades. Make sure it breaks down within your lifetime instead of the expected 200 years so that you and your generation can still experience the damaging neurological effects of the plastic molecules destroying your nervous system and that of every living organism on the planet.

5. Play God. Mess around with the genetic code of the organisms on the planet. Start introducing genetically modified plants and animals to the ecosystem long before you even get the slightest idea what the code is actually for. Get a vague understanding of a fraction of the DNA and label the remaining unknown 95% as “junk”. Allow mutants to cross-pollinate and interbreed with healthy organisms. With the delicate balance of planetary systems you didn’t create and don’t know how to recreate, what could possibly go wrong?
6. Vandalize seas and oceans. Use them as liquid dumping grounds for nuclear waste, fertilizers, last summer’s flip-flops and everything else you got bored with. Since water covers only two-thirds of the planet and provides everything vital for sustaining life, acidify the shit out of it and fish out all the marine life. Even the weird ones you have no business catching like whales and sharks and turtles and stuff. And once you’re done make sure there is no clean water left for anyone.
7. Get rid of all the trees. Since they produce most of the oxygen on the planet you don’t really need them. What you need is 300 million tons of pizza boxes and titty bar flyers. Replace trees with bullshit crops like soy, corn and some palm trees.
8. In fact – exterminate all other species altogether. Hunting, poisoning, polluting – whatever works. 100 species every single day. Make sure you lose biodiversity faster than you lose brain cells. While we’re at it, kill the bees, they’re way overrated. What have they ever done for you, except for pollinating every plant on this planet. Bees suck ass.
9. Assassinate your personality and silence your awareness to stay as detached from reality as possible. This will allow you to consume three times the amount of food and resources than is actually necessary to live healthily and comfortably. Recycle nothing. Hold out on releasing the latest technological inventions for decades so that everyone keeps upgrading their phones and toasters – trashing the old, perfectly working ones.
10. Move to outer space. Create an intergalactic business card by dumping thousands of pieces of techno-junk like satellites and broken flags so that intelligent life forms know what kind of irresponsible douchebags live in this neighborhood and why they all need to stay away from this part of the Milky Way.

The great thing is that you don’t really need all 10 steps. In fact, one should be enough. And once your job is complete here – hey, there are trillions of other planets out there you can move to and restart the annihilation process. Besides – you’re only going to be here for the next, what – 40, 50 years?

It is your children’s and grandchildren’s problem now! Screw them! Screw all the future generations and their tree-hugging hippie problems. Why care if you have cheap booze and free porn? Weeeheee! Way to go humans!

On trying to be vegan


There's an Elephant in the Room blog

sheep-1658211_960_720I’ve seen it so often, ‘I’m trying to go vegan but I’m not there yet’.  When I read or hear that, it tells me that the author simply doesn’t ‘get it’ …. yet.  It tells me that I need to try harder to find what it is that the author doesn’t yet know about the horrors that our non vegan consumer choices unavoidably cause, I have to find a way to reach them.

Now before that sparks off a defensive retaliation, please don’t get me wrong – I have never made a secret of the fact that it took me years, decades, to ‘get it’ so that in itself is not the issue. Until the penny finally dropped for me I had hardly even heard about veganism, except as a word without definition, or at best, a word with a whole host of preconceptions. I thought it was some weird abstemious diet for people who…

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Monkey Burned at Stanford University

Stanford University “accidentally” caused a monkey to sustain second-degree burns on her face from a heat lamp while using her in an experiment. CDC-Monkey-with-burned-back-1024x705.jpgThe U.S. Department of Agriculture noted in its inspection report, “The improper use of handling techniques, including inappropriate equipment and its proximity to the animal directly caused this injury,” which means that Stanford staff were using a heat lamp—instead of a regular light—to see what they were doing. We hope now they know the difference between the two. Unfortunately for animals imprisoned in laboratories, this isn’t at all unusual. Experimenters at the University of Utah burned a monkey so badly with a heating device that he had to be euthanized. And at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), workers burned two monkeys with heat lamps and heating pads, causing them to sustain third-degree burns on their arms and backs so severe that their skin peeled off and their muscles began to slough off their bones. The list goes on: Notorious monkey experimenter Covance was fined $31,500 this year for baking monkeys to death when heating systems malfunctioned and no one noticed. Bristol-Myers Squibb inadvertently scalded a monkey to death in a high-temperature cage washer.

What You Can Do

It’s time to get primates, our closest living relatives, out of laboratories. Please ask your representatives to end experiments on monkeys and to support promising, lifesaving, and relevant non-animal research.
Written by Michelle Kretzer | October 10, 2016

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To Jayne

Luke Stribling, beat a puppy to death for peeing on the floor

Luke Alexander Stribling

 Orange Park, Fl | Age: 20

A University of Central Florida student was arrested on Friday and charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty for torturing and beating his 17-month-old puppy to death, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Luke Stribling, 20, admitted to intentionally beating his dog. Before charges could be pressed, authorities had to wait for results of the pup’s necropsy.

On June 12, Stribling brought his Shiba Inu puppy named Julian to East Orlando Animal Hospital, stating the puppy had broken his leg two days prior when he became caught between wooden slats on the deck. After radiographs were done on the dog’s leg, additional fractures were discovered. When brought into the vet, the puppy had been shaking in pain, and the veterinary hospital reported Stribling to Animal Services for not providing the dog with immediate care.

On June 26, just two weeks later, Animal Services arrived at Waterford Lakes Animal Clinic to find Julian dead. According to vet reports, the puppy had been kicked to death and Stribling  stated he “hit the dog several times because he was frustrated” when the puppy had urinated on the floor.

A necropsy revealed  Julian suffeed a broken rib, sternum and abdomen with traumatic lesions and head injuries causing his death.
According to Click Orlando, Stribling was released from jail on a $1,500 bond. During the investigation, records show Stribling was ordered by a judge to attend a four-hour class on responsible pet ownership at Orange County Animal Services and paid a $256 fine. If convicted, he could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Rest in peace Julian; your life never began.