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Tuesday, 3 April 2007
More Pet Food Recalled
Delmonte is now recalling pet food treats including brand names Jerky, Pounce and Ol' Roy. See the link above for a full list and product code dates.
Of greatest concern is that Delmonte announces that the Wheat Gluten used was labeled food grade. This means that this tainted wheat gluten could be used in food products meant for human consumption. But, unfortunately, no one is giving any further details at this time.
Posted By P.Brown at 9:01 AM
Monday, 2 April 2007
Your Kids will be Stupid Because...
Yep, that's right. Your kids are going to get a dumbed down version of American History. Why? Well because their teachers are uninformed and more importantly because they fear the reaction of Muslim students!
Schools are dropping controversial subjects from history lessons - such as the Holocaust and the Crusades - because teachers do not want to cause offence, Government research has found.
Doesn't this just blow your mind? Americans can't tell the truth about their history in schools because some students might be offended. Do you get where this once great nation is headed?
An anatomically correct chocolate Jesus can be displayed in public during the week before Easter, but God forbid that we actually teach our children about such "controversial" (but real subjects) as the Holocaust and Crusades!
If I sound angry, it's because I am!
Posted By P.Brown at 4:42 PM
Sunday, 1 April 2007
Pet Owners Can Expect Little
Yep, that's right. Some corporation cares more about saving a few bucks and somehow ends up getting rat poison in your beloved pet's food. Your pet dies. The corporation gets off cheap.
Most state laws consider animals -- even beloved pets -- to be only personal property. That means that even for the loss of a faithful family companion, a successful civil lawsuit would not likely produce much reward, said Carl Tobias, a law professor at the University of Richmond.
Pretty sick if you ask me. But hey, it's the law.
What is amazing is the number of pet food which contained this poison. Furthermore, there wasn't an instant reaction from the pet food companies (especially in the Menu Foods cases).
Posted By P.Brown at 4:51 PM
Monday, 19 March 2007
RegisterFly.com Loses ICANN Accredidation
ICANN issued embattled RegisterFly.com a termination letter(.pdf doc) today. RegisterFly was an accredited domain name registrar. Through some sort of management tiff, the customers suffered.
For months customers of RegisterFly have complained that monies paid to the domain registrar have not been used to renew their domains timely. Those attempting to move domains have found long lines to receive authorization codes or claim to not be able to access the codes. Some domain registrants claim they have lost their domains because of the actions of Register Fly.
Between now and 31 March RegisterFly is required to unlock and provide all necessary Authinfo codes to allow domain name transfers to occur. Any and all registrants wishing to transfer away from RegisterFly during this period should be allowed to do so efficiently and expeditiously....However, as of tonight, RegisterFly is still offering domain name registration, so it appears they are not interested in what is best for their customers. We can only say "buyer beware"! Well, in this case, it's those registering and renewing domain names.
Users of RegisterFly became frustrated some time ago and in 2005 registered the domain name Register Flies.com. The community discusses their frustration, losses, and possible legal action.
Our company Kat Domains offers domain name registrations through an ICANN accredited domain name registrar.
Posted By P.Brown at 8:43 PM
Pet Food Recall
For all those who have lost their beloved pets due to Menu Foods distributing poisoned pet food, our hearts go out to you. We can understand how awful it must be to lose your best friend and find out it was preventable.
Scared Monkeys blog runs an extensive list of both dog and cat foods affected by the recall.
Note that Eukanuba, Science Diet and Iams, foods recommended by many breeders and vets are on the recall list.
Posted By P.Brown at 5:29 PM
Globe Warming Up For Al Gore
It seems the entire globe is indeed warming up - at least for algore. Since taking home Oscar, more than a few people across the globe have caught on to algore's hypocrisies and called him out on it.
Just a few for today:
Whose Ox Is Gored?
Al Gore Challenged to International TV Debate on Global Warming
Gorzilla's White Mountains
Give Gore a Break -- Seriously
Charges of Green Hypocrisy in the Investment Community
With everyone insisting that he use correct facts, I imagine that algore's globe is pretty darn warm right now.
Posted By P.Brown at 5:06 PM
Sunday, 18 March 2007
Gathering of Eagles (Stories You Won't Hear from MSM)
Michelle Malkin reports extensively on "The Gathering of Eagles" which look place in Washington DC on March 17th, 2007.
It was a breath-taking, historic, and emotional day in Washington, D.C. You won't know it if you tune in to the usual MSM channels. But new media--bloggers, conservative documentarians, Internet activists, FReepers (giant thread here), citizen journalists, photojournalists, and talk radio hosts--turned out in full force to participate and cover the Gathering of Eagles counter-protest. Thousands upon thousands turned out despite freezing temperatures and hairy travel conditions. We met bikers who drove up all night from Huntsville, Alabama; a retired NYC firefighter who arrived here at 2am; college students who traveled from Massachusetts; a Vietnam veteran's wife who bought plane tickets at the last minute from San Francisco; and countless participants who arrived as part of Move America Forward's cross-country caravan.
This ain't Hell
Gates of Vienna
Posted By P.Brown at 4:16 PM
Thursday, 15 March 2007
Shhhh! Don't Tell Your Parents
Proving the theory that kids don't need no stinkin' parents, the Deerfield school district in Ill. decided to indoctrinate their incoming freshmen students (14 year old kids)with a "Gay Straight Alliance Network" panel discussion led by "gay" and "lesbian" upperclassmen.
Okay, that's pretty bad, but that is not the end of it. In addition to not only forcing all incoming freshmen to attend this "seminar" promoting the gay agenda, the students were required to sigh a pledge not to tell anyone, including their own parents, about the seminar.
This is where it's all going folks. You pay the taxes to operate schools and the schools decide what they will teach. Never mind that homosexuality has nothing to do with "reading, writing and arithmetic"; never mind that you are the parent of these children and have the responsibility to know what they are being taught and by whom; never mind that you might believe homosexuality is a deviant behavior. Now the schools want not only to teach your child what they decide; but they also don't want you knowing what they are teaching so you can't complain, replace the board of education, or even counter it by teaching your child your own beliefs.
Now children: our next lesson will cover pedophilia, followed by Tuesday's lesson on accessing pornography without your parents' knowledge.
Posted By P.Brown at 4:25 PM
Wednesday, 7 March 2007
Dumbest Quote of the Day
"I know what I did was wrong," Guy said, before pleading unsuccessfully with the magistrate to reduce his $500,000 bond. "I haven't even graduated yet. ... If I'm here any longer, my future will be torn apart."
Ah,that's sweet. A young kid worried about finishing high school. Why would a judge refuse to let him out of jail so he can go back to finish high school and become a productive citizen?
Could it be that he's involved in murder? Seems Guy was only trying to help his friend dump a body of a woman his friend is suspected of killing! Finishing high school seems the least of his worries. I think his "future" is pretty well predetermined.
Posted By P.Brown at 9:12 AM
Saturday, 3 March 2007
New Orleans Wishes for $77 Billion
Mayor: New Orleans 'piled it on' for $77 billion lawsuit is enough to make republicans and democrats alike toss their cookies. The Mayor who chose to leave school buses in the low lands while his city flooded is bragging about piling on ridiculous money demands in a lawsuit against the Corp of Engineers by the City of New Orleans.
Americans poured out their hearts and souls to help the people of New Orleans after Katrina. The US government has thrown all sorts of money at this city in efforts to not only rebuild but also rejuvenate a city that still has time and money for Marti Grai. This makes no difference to Mayor Ray Nagin as he backs up to the trough for yet more money - this time he wants truck loads.
Any sense of justice would question decisions made by the Governor on down to Mayor Nagin - decisions that turned away an Amtrak train that could hold up to 1,000 people for evacuation. A City who was offered help before Katrina struck and assured people they didn't need it. A City that couldn't articulate what they needed after Katrina struck. Police officers who instead of stopping looters, joined them. A City out of control who still hasn't learned.
Posted By P.Brown at 7:13 PM
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