Saturday, March 26, 2016

Pet Sounds

hang on to your ego

ok here's some of the headlines Zoe and I gotta deal with


some sub-human cretin wiped out a family of three, including a 5-year old girl;
another brewery opens in Santa Barbarta called the Brass Bear...basically mommy and daddy, who are alcoholics, fund these silly little ventures for their spoiled kids

Santa Barbara has a Dog Statue; teens in red pick-up truck throw dead poodle at a bunch of teachers in Orcutt; another drunk driver crashes into a power pole AND a tree on the Mesa; dead dog found in Marina Del Rey with shovel by its autopsy will be performed as foul play expected;

and that's just from Noozhawk and the News-Press which seems lately as though Wendy is running the show at Noozhawk..very dog-heavy and Christiany and boozy..that is the state of the GOP..they only care about liquor, dogs and the Bible...

now the Mesa drunk got into a fight with officers according to he has some options

  • call Darryl who I think served his 30-day suspension from practicing law back in October..but the Bar still gots him on a leash

  • sue the City of Santa Barbara for police brutality-guaranteed payday for at least $100000 (that's a new truck,dude)

  • run to the News-Press and /or Noozhawk to get some sympathy like Tony Denunzio did

remember, these neo-Christians are pro-drunk driving for some reason!!

now back to the you know that dog waste is an EPA toxic hazard?? and it's not a fertilizer for the's a lawn killer!!

1. Dog poop is NOT good fertilizer. It's toxic to your lawn! The high nutrient concentration in dog poop will burn and discolor the grass, creating "hot spots".

2. Nearly two decades ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified pet waste as a dangerous pollutant in the same category as toxic chemicals and oil.

3. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms pet waste can spread parasites including hookworms, ringworms, tapeworms and Salmonella. When infected dog poop comes into contact with your lawn, the poop will eventually "disappear", but the parasite eggs can linger for years! When a human or animal comes into contact with that soil through everyday activities like walking barefoot, gardening or playing, they risk infection from those eggs ... even years after the poop is gone.

4. Pet waste is teaming with E. Coli and other harmful bacteria including fecal coliform bacteria, which causes serious kidney disorders, intestinal illness, cramps and diarrhea in humans. (There are 23 million fecal coliform bacteria in a single gram of pet waste!)

God Only Knows what's wrong with these people!

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