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Belgian Malinois: The Dog That Took Down Osama Bin Laden?

May 7, 2011 1 comment

Belgian Malinois: The Dog That Took Down Osama Bin Laden?.

In light of the events that unfolded early this week and yesterdays breaking news that a “SEAL Dog” was a member of the elite team of U.S.  operators that shot and killed the piece of  shit known as Osama Bin Laden I would graciously like to  thank those in our military for their unwavering call to duty.

It was 10 years ago that our country was attacked.  Not only were buildings & planes destroyed, but thousands of innocent Americans lost their lives.  Let us never forget and let us not stop with the death of  Bin Laden.  Let us hunt every terrorist foreign and domestic  and bring them to JUSTICE!

SEAL Dog

Seal Team SIX

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YouTube – The UAA — Stop Fighting The Dogs! [Official]

May 5, 2011 Leave a comment

YouTube – The UAA — Stop Fighting The Dogs! [Official].

Hi Everyone, I came across the Urban Animal Alliance (UAA) through idealist.org.  Even if rap isn’t your cup of tea the message that the UAA is sending out in this video is a positive one.  I think they are a courageous and dedicated group of people.  When you get a chance stop by their youtube channel and give them your support.  Lets put an end to dogfighting!

This is right form their youtube channel “he Urban Animal Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness of and ultimately ending dogfighting in urban America.

Visit us at: http://www.uaausa.org
Featured rappers: K-Lethal and Lady Bishop
Music: J*Roc”

Dreamworks artist beats puppy to death

May 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Dreamworks artist beats puppy to death.

I don’t have a picture yet but the bastards name is YOUNG SONG, 40.  of Pasadena, CA

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Support Your Local Zoo!

May 1, 2011 Leave a comment

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I know at times the debate on zoos is a hot topic of debate between animal rights and animal welfare activists.  The animal rights activists feeling strongly against zoos and the animal welfare activists feelings falling on the opposite side of the spectrum.   With this being said I find myself supporting the plight of zoos.  Without being said the animals that are in captivity must be well cared for, provided more than adequate shelter and medical treatment.  I realize that there are some zoos that don’t fit the bill and basically are in the business to make money first and foremost.  These operations should be shut down and the animals transferred to better facilities where the animals can live out lives with better care.

The zoos I support are institutions like the Nashville Zoo or the Lehigh Valley Zoo where care and living quality appear to be the institutions first priority.  I have been to both and speaking from my personal observations both zoos provide excellent care to both its animal inhabitants and its human visitors.  Both of these facilities provide natural habitat enclosures for their animal

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inhabitants while giving the animals the animals private areas as well.  Both facilities provide educational programs such as opportunities for close encounters with the animals.  In my mind no other type of institution can promote or can connect the child / animal bond like a zoo.  These facilities however depend on not only state and government funding but public funding as well.  The public arena is where we have to assume responsibility.

I encourage people to purchase memberships, donate and just as important visit your local zoo often.  Without our support we may lose some of these educational treasures before we know it.