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Originally posted by crimvelvet
reply to post by RedGolem
I will add one.
As many know Peta run "humane societies" kill many of the pets brought to them. In our town a woman ended up running a sort of private placement center. All of her animals were fat and healthy and well cared for. People preferred to leave animals with her than with the local "humane society" and of course she not the "humane society" got a lot of donations to help with the care of the animals
PEAT took exception to a privately run shelter competing with them for donations. They had the police toss the woman in jail "rescued" the animals and then after starving them killed them.
(PETA) put to death more than 97 percent of the dogs, cats, and other pets it took in for adoption in 2006! - sev.prnewswire.com...
Originally posted by woogleuk
Wow, crazy, what sort of people would want to live in a country with a police state such as th.....oh wait, nevermind, just remembered where I liveedit on 28/12/10 by woogleuk because: (no reason given)
Member ( Lilith )
his a German poster from 1933, which says "Übersicht mit Hollerith Lochkarten" (="oversight with Hillerith punched cards"..those cards were used to store personal data, which means also whether you are jewish or not
Originally posted by Wolfenz
I was thinking about the Poster! Secure Beneath watchful eyes! Poster!! and Security Cameras Everwhere CCTV
#8 Back in 2008, a 13-year-old boy in Florida was actually arrested by police for farting in class.
According to the report, the incident occurred Nov. 4, when the 13-year-old boy “continually disrupted his classroom environment” by purposely breaking wind. He then shut off some computers other students were using.
In a 2008-released study, evidence indicated that states can save a substantial amount of money if they use a shared system of both privately and publicly managed prisons. The research showed that during the study period (1999–2004), states were able to save up to $15 million on their yearly corrections budget by using at least some privately managed prisons.