This is a real life photo of Deandre Ayton from the Phoenix Suns. He’s 7’1 with a 7’6 wingspan and Me...I’m the same height as Chris Paul from the Houston Rockets and I just want Buffalo Wild Wing 🙃 Great Game and I’m having a blast n a half out here 😁😎🤙
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1) "southern fried chicken" normally won't get a burger at a cafe but this was killer 😍
2nd) "old faithful big breakie" just feast your eyes on it 😏
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You think circuses are bad for how they treat the animals?
When you eat meat, you support the worst cruelty to animals. *****
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In some slaughterhouses, cows and pigs are hit hard on their skull until they fall to the ground. On some occasions, as can be seen in the following video, animals can be brutally beaten. Recent investigations have demonstrated that this is a method used extensively across Mexico. In the smaller slaughterhouses, chickens are not always stunned prior to slaughter and are, instead, beaten with a wooden pole prior to being placed in the killing line. It is important to bear in mind that the stunning of animals facilitates the process of bleeding out and, much of the time, when it is used, it is not used to reduce suffering but to simply keep the animals still as they bleed out and thus speed up the process. These images are part of an investigation carried out in more than 50 slaughterhouses in Mexico between 2015 and 2017.
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These are the same hunters who kill animals for “survival” and for “conservation” purposes. Hunters are nothing but giants CUNTS that kill animals to get sexual pleasure as they are sexually frustrated losers. Ask me for the article on this. It has been scientifically proven why hunters kill. They are the exact same as humans that kill dogs and cats. For PLEASURE.
Animal rights campaigners were disgusted to find two dead cubs at their demonstration location.
The cubs were found shot to death at Silk Mills roundabout in Taunton, which has become a regular demo spot for campaigners since September this year.
This comes just days after a fox was horrifically dumped at the same roundabout with a beer can between its paws and a cigarette placed in its mouth.
Somerset Wildlife Crime and Hounds Off - two animal rights groups - were at the location today to demonstrate against the hunting of deer. "This morning when campaigners arrived they were met by the sight of a further two foxes, shot through the neck and dumped next to where we hold our weekly demos. "It is of course upsetting for anyone to witness such scenes as this, least of all some of the children who were on their way to school this morning. "In a community where opposition to hunting is above the national average of 85 per cent - Taunton Deane had more than a 90 per cent opposition to hunting at last polling, these foxes were not a welcome sight. "It is deeply worrying that the pro hunt community feel this is an acceptable response to peaceful and lawful demonstrations. "These demos have been taking place frequently since the beginning of September this year as part of our campaign to ask the National Trust and Forestry Commission to enforce their own ban of deer hunting on their land. "To undertake violence against animals in this way is something to be condemned, we would ask that anyone who may have information about the individuals responsible to get in touch either with the police or via our Facebook page."