July 4, 2015

I Am Offended

Do you want to talk about being “offended,” whatever to hell that means. Some people claim to “take offense” to symbols and demand, in their brainwashed totalitarian ways, that such “offensive” things be banned. So, you want to act like an idiot? So can I. Here’s just a very, very, very, very tiny sampling of things that I find offensive. Many of you will have absolutely no idea as to why because you have been brainwashed otherwise and/or choose to remain blind to these things that are actually in existence for the single purpose of destroying you and I.

BUT, DON’T GO LOOK!

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We Must Find a Way to Stop Protecting This Species

And I don’t mean the moose!

Perverse and Insane: Animals Thinking, Dreaming and Planning Vacations

Some guy named Carl Safina wrote another insane book about how animals are humans. It’s called “Beyond Words.”

In an email exchange, in which there is included an invitation to interview the author, the invitation is predicated by one persons’s comment that says:

“BEYOND WORDS is a must-read! Animals think, mourn, dream, make plans, and communicate complex messages in much the same way that we do! Readers who knew this already will rejoice! Others will learn the truth! And the more of us who capture the message, the sooner we will change the world!”

The invitation itself states that: “BEYOND WORDS offers powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger and love. Ultimately a graceful examination of humanity’s place in the world, Safina calls on us to re-evaluate our relationship to the other species around us.”

Beyond words is a most exacting title as nobody in their right mind would believe any of this shit and would run the risk of being institutionalized, by doing so, if it were not for the fact that those running the nut factories are, themselves, nuttier than a fruitcake.

This is just further proof that the American society has gone off the deep end. Only the most insane and perverse minds would write such utter nonsense and believe any of it to be of any truth.

Here’s the entire invitation to interview the author:

BEYOND WORDS

What Animals Think & Feel

By Carl Safina – host of PBS’s “SAVING THE OCEAN”

Prize-winning author and MacArthur Fellow Carl Safina weaves decades of field observations with exciting new discoveries in brain science that delivers enlightening insight into animal cognition in his landmark new book BEYOND WORDS: What Animals Think and Feel (Henry Holt/A John Macrae Book; on sale: July 14, 2015).

In BEYOND WORDS, readers witness elephant families navigate the pervasive drought and incidents of poaching in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, see a free-living wolf pack sort out the aftermath of tragedy in Yellowstone National Park and finally plunge into an astonishingly peaceful society of killer whales living in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. These animals are treated as the individual characters they are, with distinct personalities and unique roles within social structures not unlike our own. Taking us into the animals’ lives and minds, Safina reports on the surprising similarities between our minds and theirs while thoughtfully tackling issues that affect us all, including habitat conservation and extinction.

BEYOND WORDS offers powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger and love. Ultimately a graceful examination of humanity’s place in the world, Safina calls on us to re-evaluate our relationship to the other species around us.

Carl can speak about:

*How humans—with our friends, families, enemies, alliances, and career arcs—are similar to other animals that live in stable, structured groups, such as elephants, great apes, wolves, killer whales, and certain dolphins.
*How civilization has apparently dulled human senses and actually reduced our brain size, when many other animals are superhumanly alert, with ultra-fast response times and herculean physical abilities.
*How humans have inherited consciousness, thought, and feelings of fear, joy, grief, and emotional bonds from other animals, similar to the way we inherited our skeleton, organs, and nervous systems, and how it’s only a difference of degree.
*Why humans, dogs, and even crustaceans respond similarly to the same anti-anxiety and obsessive-compulsive drugs.
*What it means that humans and other animals share a remarkable capacity for grief.
*How human brains differ from those of whales and elephants, despite a relatively similar number of neurons in the brain’s cortex.
*Why humans and apes who view emotionally charged images respond with similar changes in brain and peripheral skin temperature.
*How orcas—whales born and built for a complex world of long-distance sound and long-distance travel—are affected by living in captivity.
*How the removal of Endangered Species Act protection affected the wolf population in Yellowstone National Park.
*Why humans’ strong tendency to act irrationally, to base decisions, beliefs, and actions on ideologies and things that cannot be seen, makes us different from other animals.
*How human language impacts the possibility of planetary catastrophe (and why animals that don’t communicate via human language may have the upper hand).
*Why species that have the most complex societies develop the most complex brains.

About the Author: Carl Safina is author of seven books, including SONG FOR THE BLUE OCEAN, which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, EYE OF THE ALBATROSS, VOYAGE OF THE TURTLE, and THE VIEW FROM LAZY POINT. Safina is founding president of The Safina Center at Stony Brook University, where he also co-chairs the University’s Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. A winner of the 2012 Orion Award and a MacArthur Prize, among others, his work has been featured in outlets such as The New York Times, National Geographic, CNN.com and The Huffington Post, and he hosts “SAVING THE OCEAN” on PBS.

**To book an interview contact Terry Cater at terry@playbackproducers.com or 917-723-7596

PETA’s Complaint of ‘Verbal Abuse’ Against Sheep Was Actually Investigated

According to ABC, Nicolah Donovan, president of Lawyers for Animals, said “it is conceivable that verbal abuse of an extreme nature against an animal, whether it be human, sheep or otherwise, could constitute an act of violence,” (Conceivable how?) Lynda Stoner, CEO of a local animal-rights association, said even using the wrong tone of voice could hurt the animals.

Source: PETA’s Complaint of ‘Verbal Abuse’ Against Sheep Was Actually Investigated | National Review Online

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BUY A CLUE: It’s Called INSANITY!!!!!

And you are insane to support it!

Employer of Utah Man Mauled by Bear Could Face $15K in Fines

To make sure I understand this correctly, I’m guessing, because the article is unclear, that the man killed by the bear was an employee of Nature’s Capital? OSHA is saying that the man killed by bears was working in an “unsafe” environment and so is suing Nature’s Capital $15,000?

Try to make sense out of this. I’ll take a stab here and guess that Nature’s Capital is an environmental company that promotes the growth and protection of all natural resources, including bears – but on the website it doesn’t list bears as one of their “projects.”

The company chooses not to make sure this dead man had a chance to protect himself? Or, was it the dead man’s choice NOT to protect himself? Regardless, it appears OSHA believes the company should have, didn’t and thus did not provide a safe work environment.

OSHA is an agency of the Federal Government; the same Federal Government that protects and grows things like bears, wolves, mountain lions, etc. Are the Feds using their predator protection policies as a cash cow? Are they purposefully protecting large predators to kill people so lawsuits can be filed and money made? None of this makes much sense, but then again this is government at work.

Have we now convinced enough people that large predators are “harmless” and if the “very rare” event happens, where a human encounters a bear, wolf or mountain lion, just “look big” and “make noise” and everything will be alright, so that people will go hiking thinking protection isn’t needed?

Isn’t the Federal Government, in part anyway, responsible in all of this, instead of threatening to sue? Didn’t they help to create this stupid monster?

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) | An Idaho company is facing a proposed $15,000 in fines after its 31-year-old employee Adam Stewart was killed in a Teton Wilderness bear mauling.

Source: Employer of Utah Man Mauled by Bear Could Face $15K in Fines

Yellowstone Tourists Being Chased by Bear, Failed to “LOOK BIG”


All of these brain-dead tourists failed to follow directions and “LOOK BIG” when being attacked by a bear. Had they been prepared, like this guy shown in the picture below, with his instant, “Look Big” inflatable, all four bears would have trembled in fear and high-tailed it out of Yellowstone as fast as they could.
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Wolves: When Ignorance Begets Ignorance, Begets Ignorance, Begets Ignorance, Begets……

“Wolves need to eat, just like everyone else. Since they are not allowed into supermarkets, they eat whatever they can find, presumably darling puppies included.
They do not eat humans. I know that because J. W. Curran, founding publisher of my first newspaper, The Sault Ste. Marie Daily Star, wrote a book titled Wolves Don’t Bite. In it he offered a $100 reward to the first person who could prove he or she had been attacked by a wolf.”<<<Read More>>>

Washington State Considers Criminalizing Holding Whales and Dolphins in Aquariums

Strategy Follows PETA’s Failed Litigation Campaign to Free Whales from “Bondage”

New York, NY/Washington DC – Washington state Senator Kevin Ranker introduced a bill last week to make it a crime, punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a $100,000 fine, to hold whales, dolphins or porpoises, known as cetaceans, in aquariums.

The following is a statement by Jeff Stier, head of the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Risk Analysis Division:

Radical animal activists don’t believe that humans should own animals or keep them in captivity, even for public educational purposes, even in tremendously large habitats.

When SeaWorld announced last year that it would double the size of its orca tanks to 10 million gallons, PETA attorney Jared Goodman issued a statement opposing the move, saying “A bigger prison is still a prison.” To Mr. Goodman and his anti-aquarium allies, all orcas, even those bred in captivity, should be “reunited” with their families in the open ocean.

PETA’s 2015 legislative approach, radical as it is, is certainly gaining more traction than its 2011 litigation strategy. Then, PETA filed suit in federal court in Southern California seeking to declare that SeaWorld’s whales are being held in slavery in violation of the 13th Amendment. The failed litigation sought a court-ordered release of the whales “from bondage.” CNN reported that the suit sought ‘a permanent order against holding them in slavery, as well as appointment of a legal guardian to carry out the transfer of the whales to a suitable habitat.’

Much of the impetus for the Washington state legislation under consideration, and similar bans that passed last year in New York state and San Francisco, was the advocacy film “Blackfish,” which aired nearly thirty times on CNN. CNN’s director of public relations, Jennifer Dargan, conceded to me that the film was “acquired” by the news organization and did not adhere to any of CNN’s journalistic standards.

Activists have recently blamed Walmart for obesity, SeaWorld for animal suffering and Uber for high transportation costs. The truth is, those who oppose the private sector economy and consumer choice will find villains regardless of the facts.

Jeffrey Ventre, who was fired from his job as a whale trainer at SeaWorld and has since enjoyed the limelight from his appearance in “Blackfish,” crowed that the recent legislation is the “proverbial writing on the wall” for an end to cetaceans in aquariums.

Ultimately, the radical animal activist agenda goes well beyond ending human interaction with animals outside of the wild – and zoos and aquariums as we know them. Some of these activists, who hold that animals aren’t property to be owned by humans, argue that we shouldn’t be allowed to own pets.

As one commenter on Twitter put it, “I see a Pixar’s ‘WALL-E’-type world looming in the near future.”
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More American Animal Perversion On Display

On Fox and Friends this morning, a woman who reads the headlines filed a report of the United States Coast Guard rescuing a yellow Labrador retriever from icy waters that evidently the dog had fallen through the ice and couldn’t get out. They rescued the dog. To my knowledge nobody was injured.

At the end of the segment, the news person makes this statement: “I’m so glad those men risked their lives to save the dog.” And, as I have been asked on more than one occasion this morning, it was not some kind of joke or sarcasm that humans shouldn’t risk their lives over dogs. This woman was visibly upset over the poor dog and obviously and carelessly (perversion) was expectant that these men should risk their lives to save a dog. Save the dog, human lives are expendable?