Monday, January 12, 2009

7:30 report

Scary stories.

Poisonous cat food, manufacturer blames irradiation.

The ocean is rising... OMG! 40 - 80 cm, add that onto the spring/king tides and storm surges and we're DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOmed again. Arrgh. Can't wait to put up the transcript... What a load of bollocks. The reporter even said how dangerous and scary it was to live by the sea at the best of times. What, can't she swim? Good. Toss her in!

Here you go, here's the link, you can watch the programme, no transcript as yet.


Anonymous said...

There is almost zero possibility that these cats were born with congenital defects or were affected by accident, calamity, disease or pestilence, especially paralysis tick in the summer.

What we have here is just more evidence of corporate greed putting the almighty dollar before public safety and animal welfare.

These poor animals are clearly the victim$ of an economic system gone wrong.

kae said...

Sub-prime catfood.

Anonymous said...

Don’t quote me, but I remember some years ago there was a company with an office down near the docks on Hong Kong’s beautiful harbour. Small vans would come and go carrying yellow, sealed crates that were unloaded by forklift one by one and were marked “Radiation Hazard: Strontium 90.”

I don’t know how they did it, but Pok Ho Industries claimed to have perfected the first beast sold liveweight that would self-marinade and autobarbeque by the time it hit the table.

Their marketing slogan was: “Wok the Fok? Just BYO chopsticks!”

RebeccaH said...

LMAO, Splice.