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sonofapuck55346 16 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 12, 2015 10:21 PM Member since: Aug 20, 2002
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  • E Coli is the least of their concerns.....

  • They built a city in Mongolia that 1 million people could comfortably occupy....and it's empty. The largest Ghost City in China, the biggest boondoggle the world has ever seen. Makes our bridge-to-nowhere look cute in comparison. Capital and wealth is leaving China in record amounts and the first major Ordos default is scheduled for next week. Christmas may not be celebrated in China, but our Chinese friends are going to deliver a mighty big present this year.....a major calamity....think Argentina multiplied by a hundred. It's going to be painful. And sweet, oblivious Shamu will keep swimming and eating and being loved by his trainers and fans. Who is really the advanced species?

  • A much better Del Mar meet this year than 2014, which sent 10 horses to the afterlife in the first half of the famed Bing Crosby fall racing season. Poor Bing Crosby would've been spinning over that one. A meet with his name on it associated with such a slaughter. And where was PETA?...harping at Sea World over their Orcas. Orcas that are adored by EVERYONE....and the trainers have such affection and love for them, they tear up when they quit or get reassigned. They even love Tilikum even though he accidentally killed a trainer a while back.

    Does anyone remember the made-for-HBO drama called Luck, starring Dustin Hoffman? Well the series took place at a race track and horse racing was an integral part of the drama. The series was enjoying moderate popularity, it was the first season, so groundwork was being laid for subsequent seasons when the series would've really started to Gel. Well, the production needed race horses in-action for filming purposes and 2 of them wound up dying, presumably the trucks and equipment freaked the horses out. Well, the producers pulled the plug on the show to prevent more horse deaths which upset the racing community because horse deaths are a common occurrence and no-big-deal in the sport. This upset the showrunners even more, along with the tacit acceptance of dozens of horse deaths each racing season. Death, apparently in horse racing, is just the way it is. It's important to recognize how the sport operates. They refer to a horse injury as a "break down" (like a car) to infer that the animal isn't a living thing capable of experiencing pain, but an inanimate object. Most times, Jockeys haven't ridden the horses they're racing before the day of the actual race. This keeps the Jockeys from developing any emotional attachment to the animal and makes it easier to beat the animal down the stretch with much greater vigor. PETA should be all over that sport, but they hang around Sea World's parking lot like a bunch of idiots.

  • sonofapuck55346 by sonofapuck55346 Dec 4, 2015 2:28 PM Flag

    Does anyone remember the made-for-HBO drama called Luck, starring Dustin Hoffman? Well the series took place at a race track and horse racing was an integral part of the drama. The series was enjoying moderate popularity, it was the first season, so groundwork was being laid for subsequent seasons when the series would've really started to Gel. Well, the production needed race horses in-action for filming purposes and 2 of them wound up dying, presumably the trucks and equipment freaked the horses out. Well, the producers pulled the plug on the show to prevent more horse deaths which upset the racing community because horse deaths are a common occurrence and no-big-deal in the sport. This upset the showrunners even more, along with the tacit acceptance of dozens of horse deaths each racing season. Death, apparently in horse racing, is just the way it is. It's important to recognize how the sport operates. They refer to a horse injury as a "break down" (like a car) to infer that the animal isn't a living thing capable of experiencing pain, but an inanimate object. Most times, Jockeys haven't ridden the horses they're racing before the day of the actual race. This keeps the Jockeys from developing any emotional attachment to the animal and makes it easier to beat the animal down the stretch with much greater vigor. I have a feeling that the showrunners got some heat from Hollywood because their show aggrandized horse racing, it celebrated it. And really celebrating this sport if you're an animal activist of any kind, is highly hypocritical. So, the cast and crew of Luck were happy to say good-bye to their show and especially the race track that killed it.

  • Can you imagine the stress on your guts when you realize you've committed to blowing yourself up and ending your existence? Sitting on the toilet crying and #$%$ and having a genuine gastric/mental breakdown. The sad end to the life of a Suicide Bomber. Going to Allah with an empty colon.....

  • I'm watching the miserable "Yoda" episode where the Zen Master teaches the Grasshopper some kind of weird Eastern philosophy combined with stick fighting. Lots of scenes of some white fat guy and some black British guy (doing a lame American accent) do Tai Chi moves on a lawn in Snoozeville.....wake me when it's over.

  • sonofapuck55346 sonofapuck55346 Nov 15, 2015 9:07 PM Flag

    Those Tribes are the same bunch that uses bats and harpoons to kill baby Seals....those baby Seals are the cutest things and their mothers are probably really upset at having their defenseless children slaughtered that way. How dare you defend those tribal Putzes in any fashion.

  • Using powerful speedboats, explosive-tipped harpoons, forklifts and refrigeration they continue their "sacred" traditional of slaughtering between 1000-2000 whales annually. That is them taking healthy wild whales of all varieties out of the world's oceans to make Puppy Chow. It's ridiculous.

  • sonofapuck55346 sonofapuck55346 Nov 15, 2015 8:41 PM Flag

    So you're saying the whales would be better off dead than at Sea World. ALL of Sea World's Belugas were born in captivity...ALL OF THEM. And the Inuits use the blubber of the wild and free Belugas for Dog Food. Can't those Inuits go to Petsmart and buy some Nutro for their Dogs? Or can't the Federal Government just DENY their ancestral rights to slaughter whales and buy the Dog Food for them? And you criticize Sea World....oh brother.

  • sonofapuck55346 sonofapuck55346 Nov 15, 2015 8:33 PM Flag

    Bring up YouTube and do a search for "Beluga Whale Hunt" and there you can see several recent videos showing how the Alaskan Inuit tribes turn a perfectly healthy Beluga Whale into food for their Mush Dogs. That's right, when the Alaskan Tribes get their annual permits to hunt whales, they go into it knowing that they themselves won't be eating the whale, it'll be for livestock or their dogs. And a Beluga Whale born into captivity dies of natural causes.....alert the Blackfishers. Sea World they will attack, the Inuit Tribes, they will leave alone, it would be politically incorrect to do otherwise.

  • sonofapuck55346 sonofapuck55346 Nov 15, 2015 8:20 PM Flag

    That pledge is unique all right, so are bowel movements......Munchkin, Inc. eh? A two-bit internet wholesaler trying to get more hits on it's site. I admire this tactic and let me guess the site just happens to be yours....thanks for bringing your "pledge" to our attention.

  • This facility thrives on the institutionalized torture of thoroughbred horses. Whether they're injecting them with steroids, running them lame or whipping the hell out of them into the stretch, it's a miserable sport fundamentally based on animal abuse. An animal is being whipped to improve it's speed and performance, pain is being inflicted for the sake of wagering and sport. How can you as a human being invest in such a thing? Are you that kid that hanged stray cats in your basement?

  • For some reason, the terror team arrived late to the Soccer match, underwent greater security scrutiny and couldn't get-in. They then blew themselves into paradise with a minimal loss of collateral life. Hundreds were saved.

  • So what if a horse goes down and dies, or a Jockey gets trampled to death....the important thing is there are no Killer Whales anywhere on the property. That's the most important thing in the world.

  • sonofapuck55346 sonofapuck55346 Nov 15, 2015 2:15 PM Flag

    What a great way to garner publicity. "Kick Start" a campaign with absolutely no chance of being solidified with some huge contribution that isn't legally payable. I pledge a Billion dollar pledge for a mission to Mars, but unless a Trillion comes in, never-mind. The Kick Start Con in full swing.

  • Well the localities are surprisingly accommodative. In the City of San Diego, what the Jockeys are doing would be clearly illegal. The Jockeys, with the tacit approval of all, inflict pain with a whip to get the animal to run harder. Worse yet, they're inflicting pain on a horse, which I would classify as a defenseless animal. This is systemic torture. The City of Del Mar has no laws on it's books preventing animal abuse. Look it up, it's true. A resident of the City of Del Mar can beat their dogs and abuse their cats with impunity. Pretty interesting little city there, selling it's soul to protect that godless track.

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