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September 2, 2006 at 10:07 am #1088152Nndy wrote:the internet is a dangerous ‘place’ though. rather easy to lie and deceive. i don’t. but do i? am i now? etc etc……. i’m a fan in the long term though. these things evolve.
bill gates – yeah good guy overall. i’m a windows man all the way (rather than mac – we shouldn’t get into that one here though 😉 )
still not convinced on safaris. saw article in guardian other day about a charity / organisation which is having to teach predators how to hunt and give them their aggression back because life in safari parks is too easy for them. make of it all what you will…
Yer sure, but people lie in the physical world as well, i suppose its just a reflection of the “real” world
dude i meant safari, like in the masai maira, KenyaSeptember 2, 2006 at 9:36 am #1088192
check out Skrien ………myspace/skrienSeptember 1, 2006 at 11:06 am #1088151Nndy wrote:Since when have we ever learned anything? we still fight and kill. and persist in research into things like cloning and stem cell research (which i am still trying to figure out my moral standing on atm).
zoos are bad. but safaris are generally really bad for the animals too. jeeps disrupt the environment too much.:hopeless:
erm well……….you are on the internet, thats something open, relativly free. Is that a good example of us learning somthing?
zoo’s were i believe started by the victorians who, love to show off. example=kew gardens. Is that a zoo for plants?
I dont like zoos, animals should be in there natural habitat, full stop.
Safaris, ive been luckly enough to have been on one, and the animals dont take any notice they are used too them, a cheeta even sat on the jeep so she could look for pray. The real issue is conservation, tourists think about conservation, but african’s are just intreasted in surviving, they do this though eco-tourisim and then learn too protect there parks etc as an income. So on the whole safari’s i think are a good thing.
Cloning and stem-cell research, well im not sure about that either. what i do know is that in the last 50 years many dieases have been wiped out or cured, in the developed world. So i think thats a postive thing.
Also on that note i have to say that Bill Gates is actually doing something good, using his money too find a cure for maleria one of the biggest killers in africa. So big up billy boy!! You know hes got more money than some countrys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ps i cant spellAugust 31, 2006 at 8:32 pm #1088168
might see you there, ill look out for your breasts!!
sorry thats the last time! :weee::weee::weee::weee::weee::weee::weee::weee:August 31, 2006 at 8:29 pm #1088150
that is great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
im gonna join!!!!August 31, 2006 at 8:07 pm #1088149
so its just animals that you like?
what about my other question?August 31, 2006 at 7:46 pm #1088167
i wanna go !!!!!!!!!!!August 31, 2006 at 7:39 pm #1088148
also, april………is that a sniffing tit?August 31, 2006 at 7:39 pm #1088147
ok thats some intreasting views
the reason i asked the question is cos i was at a zoo the other day. (bad i know) and there was this beatiful sumarian tiger, just pacing up and down.
now these creatures are born in the wild and are just exploited and tormented in the zoo. it was horrilble!
but what about insects and reptails? those animals who just want to eat and sleep. (Now that does sound fermilier!) They get an easy life, is it okay to keep them?
with regards to extintion, we are the most dominate species on the planet as well as rats and moskitos. But nobody is bothered about the rats!!
rat catchers kill them indiscriminatly but no one gives a shit
I say Save the RATS !!!!!!!!!!!
PS I cant spellAugust 29, 2006 at 3:35 pm #1087737
hay Ive got it ROLLING Around the floor like major anteaters on crack!!August 29, 2006 at 3:27 pm #1087736
what does that mean?August 29, 2006 at 3:20 pm #1087735
This is some funny shit ! (opps)August 1, 2006 at 7:13 pm #1084529
what do you think of this?
i got it of a mate of mine, not sure were she got it fromJuly 31, 2006 at 4:45 pm #1084528
naa, my brains not big enough, but its a good insight, ay?