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Make Bestiality Illegal and Close Your Animal Brothels Denmark!
Animals  (tags: AnimalCruelty, crime, cruelty, sadness, suffering )

Simona
- 1 hour ago - change.org
t is legal in Denmark to go to an animal brothel and pay to have sex with animals. These animals are chained to a table, their arms are broken tied behind their back, and with their mouths tabed shut. Then they are raped repeatedly.
How Emoji Became the First Truly Global Language
Society & Culture  (tags: world, environment, cyberspace, emoticons, symbols, language, communication )

Darren
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
The emoji has come a long way from its origins as a cute footnote to text messages. Its many symbols are now used to form entire sentences. But what will we lose in translation?
Orfey the Kitten Falling Asleep While Playing (Video)   video
Offbeat  (tags: too cute, kitten, falls asleep, playtime, youtube video )

BarbCat
- 1 day ago - youtube.com
Life is hard. Take a break and watch the most disgustingly cute kitten break the cute barometer by falling asleep mid paw-swoop during playtime.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Towns Don't Need Tanks: Our Communities Are Not War Zones
Society & Culture  (tags: police, society, safety, police vs. the public military grade wea, government, ethics, crime, culture, americans, politics, law, freedoms, usa, rights )

Cal
- 16 hours ago - takeaction.takepart.com
The Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Justice are funneling billions of dollars to state and local law enforcement agencies every year to help them purchase military weaponry and equipment. What business do DOD, DHS, and DOJ have funding a wa
In India, Rice Replaces Ice in Charity Bucket Challenge
Offbeat  (tags: interesting, goodnews, food, India, rice bucket challenge, poor, give, hunger )

Naoko
- 1 day ago - japantimes.co.jp
The famous "ice bucket" challenge is inspiring thousands of Indians to follow suit, but with a twist- they are replacing ice with rice in a bid to help the country's vast population of poor, hungry people.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Protect Coastline From Offshore Drilling - ForceChange
Environment  (tags: environment, energy, conservation, drilling proposal, humans, nature, pollution, protection, water, oceans, politics, wildlife, ecosystems )

Cal
- 2 days ago - forcechange.com
After a massive oil spill along the California coastline in 1969, California began implementing protections from offshore drilling--Unfortunately, a loophole in the Coastal Sanctuary Act allows new offshore drilling in Tranquillion Ridge, a section of the
TAKE ACTION NOW! Stop Corporations From Illegally Destroying a National Park in Borneo- ForceChange
Environment  (tags: corporate abuse, mininginterests, greed, deforestation, environment, destruction, ecosystems, world, protection, habitat, habitatdestruction, wildlife, animals, nature, humans, government )

Cal
- 2 days ago - forcechange.com
Although the Indonesian government has chosen to impose a temporary moratorium on the deforestation of their country's rainforests, corporations continue to illegally raze the ground at Borneo's Tanjung Puting National Park. A palm oil company is tearing
Japan's 'Golden Bolt': 103-Year-Old Challenges World's Fastest Man
Offbeat  (tags: diet, health, interesting, 103-years-old, Japan, running, sports, exercises )

Naoko
- 2 days ago - japantoday.com
Miyazaki, who hails from tea-growing Shizuoka prefecture, about 200 kilometres southwest of Tokyo, was a late bloomer, only taking up running at the age of 92 after watching an old people's sports day broadcast on television.
India: A Race to the Bottom With Antibiotic Overuse
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, drugs, risks, medicine, India, Antibiotic resistance, overuse of antibiotics )

Naoko
- 3 days ago - ipsnews.net
An analysis of national pharmaceutical sales data published in 'The Lancet Infectious Diseases' last month found that Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa accounted for 76 percent of the increase in antibiotic use around the world.
Transgenic Silkworm Spins Strong 'Spider' Threads That Could Be Mass-Produced
Science & Tech  (tags: research, discovery, Japan, agrobiology, silkworms, transgenic )

Naoko
- 2 days ago - japantimes.co.jp
TSUKUBA, IBARAKI PREF. - Japan's National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences has developed a transgenic silkworm that produces strong "spider" silk.
 
 
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