Saturday, 13 September 2008

Signs to change the world

Most people on the tubes, buses and trains are always plugged into their MP3 players. I seen this funny T-shirt and had to take a pic. Now whenever I seen people plugged in I think "They pood" or even when I am plugged in...Not a very pretty image, but funny nonetheless.


The change people want to see in the world?
Taken in Canterbury.
On a serious note, my friend emailed me this link about Animal Cruelty in China. Reading the description made me crinch inside, so much so I could not watch the video. Animals hold a special and dear place in my heart. In contrast to man kind, they do not cheat, lie, pollute, exploit and every other vile habit man has. They are good, pure and innocent. Who are we to exploit them for every human need like entertainment, experimentation, sustenance? We have a right to life, so do they.

12 comments:

Jo said...

I loved the poster of Bush. My feelings about him are the same as the poster says. I truly fear for this country and the world should McCain be elected in November. He is Bushes soul mate. I will have the meme posted alter today, I am working on it now.

Being Brazen said...

I find that "i-pood" thing rather funny. heeheee...its so silly, you just have to laugh

KiLLa said...

I want to open a restaurant in China.. Wanna call it NOAH's ARK.. The name will be apt, cos the damn chinese eat just about everything..

Quick Question - Judging from your last paragraph. U can even mail me the response..R U Vegetarian ??

Kitty Cat said...

Funny that t-shirt, really funny. I agree with you about animals! All life needs respect.

~Lord Anshul said...

lol..nice tees. i always wonder how creative people are and the kind of things they think. and my personal t-shirt design ideas are so crappy :(. nature's injustice. i'd say

Pranay said...

Hehe..funny lines.
Even I couldnt see d video. Horrifying.
Take care.

liam said...

ousting the current republicans from power is a battle going on here. it's bizarre how divided the u.s. is.

bb_aisha said...

lol at ipood

grr at bush-the man will hopefully pay for his sins on earth, but if not...he will certainly have to face God and may he rot in hell (& yes I mean that & a man like him does not deserve forgiveness)

My youngest sister is in south Korea. She saw dogs & cats in cages ready to be slaughtered. I wonder how it originated? People who are cruel to animals will also have to answer to God

Kitty Cat said...

Stopping by to see if you've posted anything new, which obviously you haven't, and wondering when are we gonna get another post?

Shamin Chibba said...

Yep, the Chinese people do treat animals like crap. Just go to the zoo here in Nanjing and you'll see. One story I heard from an American was that a man was burning the hand of the monkey all to try to impress the American. Also, a tiger was sleeping and didn't want to come out. So the people started throwing bottles at it. The other day, I was at Hingshan zoo with a colleague and when he walked in, he said "we're gonna see the real animals outside". Funny, but true too.

Shamin Chibba said...

However, when it comes to the question of sustenance - though I may not entirely agree with being carnivore - just watch the first twenty minutes of 2001: A Spance Odyssey, or read the first two chapters of the book by Arthur C. Clarke.

Pia K said...

Hear, hear concerning animals! That's why my favourite quote is that of Gandhi (which I keep repeating here, there and everywhere) - The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated. It's truly apt!