Vets warn of killer dog disease in UK

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The dog and the hand grenade

DOG TORTURED IN BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA!

IN MEMORY OF VUČKO

1010771_614221755311389_1688571365_nLast night animal welfare charity Andjeo Sarajevo were contacted about a tortured dog in Vlakovo, a small village north-west of Sarajevo. Someone had tied a wire around the dog’s neck and leg. When Andjeo Sarajevo arrived, they found a sad little female dog, weighing only around 10kg when she should weigh at least three times this much.
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She was clearly frightened, afraid of her own shadow. A sharp wire was deeply embedded in her neck and leg.
7553_614221861978045_905436711_nWe don’t know how long she has howled, how long she’s been suffering like this. A long time. Her leg is completely atrophied, has developed sepsis and is deformed, with all the skin peeled back… a living horror. Andjeo Sarajevo caught her by using a low dose sedative, it was the only way as she was so terrified and would not let anyone close. They took her straight to a vet, and under the bright…

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Texans Say Gassing Rattlesnakes Not Really Fun For Entire Family

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UPDATE:  The Parks and Wildlife Commission last night pulled the gassing issue off the agenda for tomorrow’s meeting. No reason given.  The commission expects to hear the issue at its next meeting on March 27, a few weeks AFTER the Sweetwater Roundup.  Meanwhile, keep your comments coming (see below).

My latest, for Takepart:

Here’s an entertaining outdoorsy idea for springtime in Texas: Fill a garden sprayer with gasoline, and go around spraying the fumes into the cracks, crevices, sinkholes, and caves where rattlesnakes make their dens. Do it early in March, when the snakes are just drowsily waking up from their winter hibernation and too helpless to defend themselves.

Then as the snakes escape to the surface to flee the noxious fumes, pick them up, toss them in a sack, and bring them to the “world’s largest rattlesnake roundup,” held on March 8 and 9 in Sweetwater, Texas.  It’s…

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USA: Please help to defend Idaho’s wolves – Urgent Action NOW !

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Please help to defend Idaho’s wolves – Urgent Action NOW !

Defenders of Wildlife is bringing the U.S. Forest Service to court over their violation of several federal laws. Acting on the request of powerful anti-wolf interests the state of Idaho issued a kill order for two packs of wolves living in federally protected wilderness, to boost elk populations for sport hunters – and the USFS has allowed them to do it.

Help us get justice for America’s wolves! http://dfnd.us/1ddzgVz

Keep wildlife in the wild – and protect it !!

Thank you

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Tell EU Member States: Save Greek “undesirables” from internment camps!

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Background  WatchDog.net

First migrants and recent immigrants were rounded up from Greece’s streets and forced into internment camps.Then they threw the drug users in. Next came the sex workers, forcibly HIV tested, publicly humiliated, and imprisoned.

Now they’re coming for transgender men and womenand the list of “undesirables” just keeps longer.

Operation Zeus is a cleansing campaign targeting and imprisoning the most vulnerable members of Greek society, accompanied by spikes in racism, gender hate and homophobia.

There are now at least 5,000 people languishing in these hellholes simply for existing — and this month, while warning trans* men and women to “return to normal” or else, the Greek government announced that camp capacity is about to double.

We call on the EU member states to put the pressure on Greece now to stop this abhorrent cleansing campaign now. We can…

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An interesting Map of what the body looks like compared to emotions!!!

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Monday, 13 January 2014

An interesting Map of what the body looks like compared to emotions!!!http://sitsshow.blogspot.com/
Orig.src .Susanne.Posel .Daily .News 13 21664 large wide c3749ac77e600ce1c7b94e54958e482434bfd8c0 600x336 Colourful Map of the body and its emotional responses

This data is very interesting in relation to the Ancient Mysteries and The Alchemical process of realizing yourself and attaining Self Mastery. This post goes well with Emotional Guidance Scale (Explained in detail) How to be guided by your emotions, instead of controlled by them. By Justin. And the post True Health: How to Tap Into the Healing Abilities of Your Chakras.

Our Emotions, (E-Motion Energy in Motion) reflect to us physically, what we have created within, our RE-Presentation of the Truth. Below we can see the mapping of our emotions on the body itself, which helps us in our NOW moment of experiencing them, because we can channel those energies into our actions; both within and without. This could be thought of as the Caring aspect, the Divine Feminine.

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Narcissists – Full documentary

Design Flaws Plague Many Animal-Based Drug Studies, Researchers Say

Refloated whales swimming away (New Zealand)

The ocean update

January 21st, 2014. The 45 pilot whales refloated in Golden Bay yesterday have been sighted swimming in deeper water this afternoon, a Department of Conservation spokeswoman says.

A pod of 46 pilot whales was refloated at Puponga about midday yesterday and the whales were milling off Farewell Spit yesterday afternoon.

One dead whale was found on Farewell Spit this morning.

A pod of pilot whales were sighted about 2 kilometres offshore this afternoon, suggesting the whales had successfully made their way into deeper water, a Department of Conservation spokeswoman said.

The sighting around the other side of Golden Bay from Farewell Spit, off Pohara, was “really good news”, she said.

About 62 whales stranded early on Saturday morning and again on Sunday after being refloated.

Some died in stressful conditions and others were murdered.

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2 pilot whales dead, 2 euthanized after beaching themselves in southwest Florida (USA)

The ocean update

January 20th, 2014. FORT MYERS BEACH, FLA. –  Two pilot whales have died and two were euthanized after they beached themselves in southwest Florida.

Kim Amendola of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Service said the mammals were among a group of about four dozen whales that swam into shallow waters Sunday and Monday.

NOAA regional stranding coordinator Blair Mase said necropsies would be performed on the dead whales. She said the surviving whales were listless and emaciated.

In Lee County, a handful of the mammals were stranded near shore, while more than a dozen others were seen swimming nearby. Yet another dozen were spotted farther offshore.

Amendola said roughly two dozen other pilot whales were being monitored off Collier County.

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Western Australia’s shark cull faces legal challenge from conservationists

The ocean update

Opponents claim the plan to bait and kill sharks could breach state and federal laws, as well as international agreements

Monday January 20th, 2014 (Oliver Milman). The Greens and animal welfare groups are formulating a legal challenge to the Western Australian government’s shark cull, claiming the move would fall foul of state, federal and international obligations.

Lawyers for a loose-knit coalition of groups, including the Greens, the Conservation Council and Western Australians for Shark Conservation, are looking at whether the plan to trap and kill large sharks is legally possible.

At a state level, the cull policy could run contrary to the Wildlife Conservation Act of 1950, as well as the Fish Resource Management Act of 1994.

Federally, the environment minister, Greg Hunt, has to exempt WA from the strictures of the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act for the cull to proceed. The act requires a federal assessment…

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Japanese fishermen begin annual slaughter of hundreds of dolphins

Japan defends annual dolphin hunt as being ‘Traditional’ for the Japanese culture.

There is one official site that relates to the Issue in Taji, Japan!

News Nation is doing a story about the White Albino that the people from Taji, Japan took and also, she (Tamron (Hall) went swimming too…whoo hoo….

RT: America’s most popular prescription sleep medication linked to mass shootings

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Published time: January 20, 2014 22:05
Edited time: January 21, 2014 01:04

A new report describing the bizarre and dangerous side effects of the sleep aid Ambien has once again raised questions about one of the United States’ most popular prescription drugs.

In a story by the Fix, Allison McCabe chronicled the numerous cases in which Ambien has caused individuals to commit unsafe, and sometimes deadly acts.

In 2009, 45-year-old Robert Stewart was convicted on eight charges of second-degree murder after he killed eight people in a nursing home. He was originally charged with first-degree murder, but by claiming his tirade was Ambien-induced he was able to have the charges lessened and sentenced to 142-179 years in prison.

In a similar case, Thomas Chester Page of South Carolina was sentenced on five counts of attempted murder despite his claims that Ambien was the cause of a shootout with officers. He…

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Oops! ABC exposes Michelle O’s lack of accomplishments

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Michelle Kid's choice award 3_31_12Hey, ABCNews! You forgot this other accomplishment of FLPOS: Expose your camel toe and sausage thighs at the Kid’s Choice Award!

FLPOS Mooch turned 50 last Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.

In honor of her birthday, ABCNews published an essay “50 Ways to Celebrate Michelle Obama’s Birthday.”

I refused to read it, thinking it was ABCNews being slavishly obsequious to the FLPOS.

But Brian Anderson of Downtrend.com has a different, very interesting, and I believe, the right take on the article:

“The list of 50 Ways To Celebrate Michele Obama’s Birthday is supposed to be a loving tribute, but it shows how truly unimportant Barack’s ‘trophy wife’ has been. 

The list tries really hard to note all of Michelle’s accomplishments, but the best it can come up with is drinking more water and forcing school children to eat food they describe as ‘barf.’ Other important things the First…

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Wyoming man’s trophy display shows passion for hunting

Exposing the Big Game

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Trophy Room

Trophy Room

Jeremy Martin | Laramie Boomerang

Owner William ‘Rob’ Vogel poses in the trophy room of the Boardwalk on Friday afternoon in Laramie with a moose he bagged with a .300 Winchester Magnum while on a hunting trip to northern British Columbia in 1975.

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By EVE NEWMAN Laramie Boomerang

LARAMIE — It’s called the trophy room, and it sits on the west side of the longtime west Laramie business, The Boardwalk.

Inside, more than 50 trophies of all shapes and sizes are mounted on the wall and displayed in cases, along with saddles, antique guns, American Indian artifacts and family heirlooms. The room is open to visitors who pass through the store.

Owner William “Rob” Vogel, an Albany County native, has run the family business for more than 45 years…

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