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awwww-cute: Blow the bubbles like this
October 29th, 2014

awwww-cute:

Blow the bubbles like this

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seananmcguire: Tiger chubs tiger chubs TIGER CHUBS YOU GUYS
October 29th, 2014

seananmcguire:

Tiger chubs tiger chubs TIGER CHUBS YOU GUYS

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Gimme a kiss :3 ?

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Simply Stated
October 28th, 2014

Consider these quotes from slaughterhouse workers from Gail A. Eisnitz’s 1997 book “Slaughterhouse”:

 

 

“I’ve seen live animals shackled, hoisted, stuck, and skinned. Too many to count, too many to remember. It’s just a process that’s continually there. I’ve seen shackled beef looking around before they’ve been stuck. I’ve seen hogs [that are supposed to be lying down] on the bleeding conveyor get up after they’ve been stuck. I’ve seen hogs in the scalding tub trying to swim.”

 

 

“I’ve drug cows till their bones start breaking, while they were still alive. Bringing them around the corner and they get stuck up in the doorway, just pull them till their hide be ripped, till the blood just drip on the steel and concrete. Breaking their legs… And the cow be crying with its tongue stuck out. They pull him till his neck just pop.”

 

 

“Pigs on the kill floor have come up and nuzzled me like a puppy. Two minutes later I had to kill them – beat them to death with a pipe.”

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sixpenceee: Alpine Ibexes climb nearly 90 degree angles to lick…
October 28th, 2014

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Alpine Ibexes climb nearly 90 degree angles to lick salt deposits of of mountainsides. They crave that mineral. (Source)

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