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lyrics

when pigs fly, whistle blowers get charged 
its a sick world with these hicks in charge 
ya’ll think its funny 
i think its wrong 
saw it in the kingdom 
so i put it in a song 
sobbing while you yawn 
kill me like a fawn 
i can play the villain 
believe arson is the bomb 
pass me a baton 
bring it to your lawn 
bunny alliance 
we be doing it for all 
scuba dive with sharks 
with no gear to protect us 
heads up 
next farm, leaving more than bread crumbs 
red rum? no thanks ….straight edge, no guns 
hold up, go dumb 
hit you with a fulcrum 
center of attention 
headed towards your furnace 
kevin and tyler 
release them or begin to fear this 
claiming that you nice 
you did them a disservice 
nervous 
lurking in the shadows of the worthless 
the verdict , is in

credits

released 29 July 2014 
Galaxy Beats on production (royalty free beat)
life is a gift.  a precious gift

life is a gift.  a precious gift

earthfirstjournal:

Mobile Slaughter Unit Sabotaged in Washington
anonymous report / Bite Back “Earlier this month, a quart of bleach was poured into the fuel tank of a…

earthfirstjournal:

Mobile Slaughter Unit Sabotaged in Washington

anonymous report / Bite Back “Earlier this month, a quart of bleach was poured into the fuel tank of a…

earthfirstjournal:

Two Animal Rights Activists Indicted Under Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act

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Tyler Lang

by Will Potter / Green is the New Red

Two animal rights activists have been indicted on federal terrorism charges for allegedly releasing 2,000 mink and fox from fur…

Kill the killers

Kill the killers

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A student at Clemson experiments with turtles crossing the road. If you’re American, the experiment went just as expected…

College student’s turtle project takes dark twist

Clemson University student Nathan Weaver set out to determine how to help turtles cross the road. He ended up getting a glimpse into the dark souls of some humans.

Weaver put a realistic rubber turtle in the middle of a lane on a busy road near campus. Then he got out of the way and watched over the next hour as seven drivers swerved and deliberately ran over the animal. Several more apparently tried to hit it but missed.

“I’ve heard of people and from friends who knew people that ran over turtles. But to see it out here like this was a bit shocking,” said Weaver, a 22-year-old senior in Clemson’s School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences.

To seasoned researchers, the practice wasn’t surprising.

The number of box turtles is in slow decline, and one big reason is that many wind up as roadkill while crossing the asphalt, a slow-and-steady trip that can take several minutes.

Sometimes humans feel a need to prove they are the dominant species on this planet by taking a two-ton metal vehicle and squishing a defenseless creature under the tires, said Hal Herzog, a Western Carolina University psychology professor.

“They aren’t thinking, really. It is not something people think about. It just seems fun at the time,” Herzog said. “It is the dark side of human nature.”

Via AP