Thursday, March 26, 2009

19,000 Slaughtered


Images of the first phase of Canada's 2009 seal pup massacre.









14 comments:

SadFlowy(V) said...

19,000 times.... tears...

buzzsaw99 said...

::barf::

squint mccoy said...

That's a big one, isn't it?

Akubi said...

@Squint,
That new cock circle thing has been all over the intertubz for at least 48 hrs.

Akubi said...

Look at this asshole. I'd club that sorry excuse for living in a millisecond.

Akubi said...

If those seal pup killing Canadian welfare losers can feel perfectly comfortable doing this, what else can they feel fine with?

Akubi said...

Also,
I wish IFAW would drop the term "hunt" in reference to the massacre.

Akubi said...

It's even worse than Sarah Palin's aerial wolf "hunt" for fun and profit.
If Putin finds this shit disgusting, it is pretty fucking degenerate.

Akubi said...

K, I can't get myself too worked up about the whole situation, because I have angry dreams that leave me exhausted in the morning and per Canada's quota at least 260K seals will be slaughtered this year.

Akubi said...

Those seal clubbing assholes look like Nazis.

SadFlowy(V) said...

Bad, bad stuff...

All that bad stuff becomes their karma... black/karma...

Akubi said...

Hi Flowy,
Speaking of karma, dharma, etc. I was so busy being sick to my stomach about baby seals all day (other than the Pom adoption distraction) that I didn’t know what to make of this very nice consultant bringing me a little tropical garden in a Zen-ish pot for my efforts that I didn’t feel were noteworthy or any big deal in the least, but somehow impressed her and the people upstairs - I guess.
I have difficulty accepting complements and I’m generally used to dealing/working with guys who follow the "what does not kill you makes you stronger" protocol. I’m kind of glad they were at lunch when she came by.
Since SAP came around, everyone seems to be making things far more complicated than necessary.

Akubi said...

NOTE to self:
Remember that very sweet gesture In the midst of the angst of it all.

FridayFlowy(V) said...

Hi Akubi...

My brother worked for SAP for years and it sured seemed like everything was very rigid and fixed... very non-cloud like... very routinized...very German...

Your little Zen garden sounds very nice... it helps to have a little reminder of a different formation of the cosmos... smile...