Pure evil and mankind's destructive potential at its peak.

Pure evil and mankind's destructive potential at its peak.
Millions of mammals mative to the everglades practically extinct because some messed up in the head weirdo thought it'd be fun to have a mindless eating machine as a pet and had low enough IQ to release it into the wild where it's not native. And there were multiple of these types of "people" because those pythons bred in the wild.
This frustrates me greatly, knowing that at any moment the actions of a few moronic subhumans(who get to vote mind you, who get all the rights you do) can decimate entire ecosystems, with the lionfish as another example.
If you think owning a snake as a pet is a good idea, i wish cancer upon you and your entire bloodline, youre subhuman, your very core is rotten and inhuman since you consider a snake anything but a threat to yourself or your loved ones, and one to be killed ASAP.
Youre no better than the trannies, homosexuals and all the other queers who are saying "you know what maybe this years old well established doctrine based on thousands of years of evolutionary pressure is WRONG and i should take DICK in my BUTT"
TLDR.
pythons are decimated the everglades due to pieces of shit who think snakes are pets, i hate all of those and wish cancer upon them.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chad snek vs virgin coon, humans introducing species is no different from animals spreading on their own, whether that be flying, swimming, walking, burrowing, or rafting

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I heard its now legal to kill pythons in Florida. Is it legal to rape them too? What is the limit on python rapes you can commit in Florida? Im going there in August. Just askin?

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    What else should we introduce to Florida? Goniurosaurus would be cool.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Shouldnt the pythons die because they're inbred fricks descended from a few abandoned pythons? Like a real python from Burma would be disgusted by how inbred his florida cousins are

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      They escaped from a breeding facility during Hurricane Andrew so they have lots of genetic diversity. And inbreeding doesn't really affect reptiles as much as it does mammals.

      why do rightoids love throwing their hands up in the air in exasperation and claim "ugh, like, there's just nothing can be done!" about problems caused by humans?

      Because they know they’re technically part of the reason why those problems happen (or at the least support those who are directly the cause) and think they’re just a rich man in a poor man’s body.
      [...]
      Keeps with the Florida vibe though lol

      Rent free

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Meh, the snakes are cooler

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've literally seen all those animals this week.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >mammals going extinct
    Good. Accelerate. The Avian epoch is upon us

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous
  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    And yet you don't cry and shit your pants about the rats that everyone keeps as pets despite the immense global ecological damage they have caused over the centuries, driving many more species to extinction than the Burmese python ever has and will.

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Invasive species are a nothingburger to further constrict the rights of people to own pets, move things across state borders, etc.

    The whole schism falls apart when you realize that nothing in nature stays the same for long. Armadillos crossed the Rio Grande only 200 years ago and are moving north, the government actively propagates non-native sports fish that destroyed native fish, cattle egrets migrating across the Atlantic to America in the mid 1800s, etc.

    The real issue is habitat destruction and invasive species are the ones that get scapegoated because they're usually the only ones capable of recolonizing disturbed areas.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Here's another brainlet who can't name five fungi that are native to his country but thinks he knows better than conservationists and biologists

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >autist thinks that just because he knows a lot about niche thing he's a genius
        Funny how you don't have an argument against me, just an appeal to authority. Daddy government is never wrong right?
        And I'm not saying that all invasives are good, there's some that are horrible like knotweed and feral cats that I'd love to see exterminated. But the majority of introduced species are harmless, even the ones we formerly thought were bad like starlings and snakeheads.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Snakeheads can be bad if there is a species that performs a similar roll in the area.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >just an appeal to authority
          It's not an appeal to authority, it's an appeal to knowledge.
          Your conclusion that "invasive species are not a big deal" isn't based on extensive study, research and observation of native species and the way they interact with introduced ones (can you even identify them?), it's just an arbitrary position you decided to take based on pseudo-philosophical concepts like "nothing is meant to stay the same".
          The introduction of invasive species IS habitat destruction. A European stream that's full of Procambarus clarkii is in no way different than a stream that's full of plastic trashbags and chemical waste; both result in death of biodiversity and water quality.
          >And I'm not saying that all invasives are good
          If they're "good" or at least have a neutral impact on the environment then they're not catalogued as invasive.
          Not all adventitious species are considered invasive, only the ones that are proven to disrupt local ecosystems.
          Yes, the majority of introduced species are harmless, but 100% of invasive species are harmful, it's in the definition.

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Evolution in action. Just imagine the massacres when continents collided in the past.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      There were no massacres. Continents slowly collided over the course of millions of years and species, climates and biomes gradually shifted across that timespan.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I remember watching a show on big snakes in Florida (I think) and they were talking about how destructive and out of control they were. They caught one and examined it then let it go. It's been years and years since I saw that and I think about that from time to time and it makes me mad. If they're that bad and are decimating the native animals, why wouldn't you kill every last one you find? Keep doing that and you'll at least get the population more under control. Are they protected or something?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >are they protected or something?
      No, people are just stupid. I’ve only been to Florida twice, but both times I set aside an afternoon to take a box of CCI stingers and go out killing pythons and iguanas. My buddy I was visiting came out too, but I know he’s not exactly doing this shit when I’m not there, though I couldn’t tell you why, it’s not like I don’t beach all the carp I catch, shoot house sparrows and starlings, or cut down buckthorn at home. If a million people were like me, the problem would shrink massively. We’re talking a couple hours walking around with a scoped .22.
      Of course, some folks would need to do it by boat and whatever, and some territories are downright hard to get to or search in, so you’d need to make it an ongoing thing, because there’s always going to be a reservoir population that isn’t economical to eliminate, but that’s hardly an excuse.

      Too many fishermen return invasives to to the water too.

  13. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nevermind, have a nice day subhuman chud

  14. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    why do you care?

  15. 11 months ago
    Anonymous
  16. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    And just to be clear - your solution to the python problem in FLORIDA is to build factory farms in a completely different state?

  17. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Not my heckin rabies vectors NOOO

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your mom is an aids vector yet nobody is advocating for her eradication

  18. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    And what are you going to do mammal-boi ?
    Rip your fur out ?
    Grow your nails and squirt some milk maybe ?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cute. My ball python looks just like that. He left me a fat turd this morning. That is the fate of all mammals.

  19. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Well I guess we need to rehome all those snakes into responsible households. I might consider it.

    also OP is clearly paranoid and ophidiophobic, unfortunately. I think he means well and his point about irresponsible owners is valid. But obviously has a pathological fear of snakes, as well as of various species of homosexuals. Although most homosexuals are relatively harmless and often beneficial, I do agree that flaming camp queens should be subject to extermination due to their high toxicity to the ecosystem

  20. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't disagree with you but...
    >python eating a bobcat
    I doubt it.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      To clarefy this, I don't see how a python would catch a bobcat with such frequency.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Same way wolves cause cougar populations to collapse. They kill juveniles and change the behavior of mutual prey species.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      To clarefy this, I don't see how a python would catch a bobcat with such frequency.

      A bobcat is literally the perfect size to be python food. Large pythons have been recorded eating hyenas, big cats and bears

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >and bears
        Yeah, I saw that video too !

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Small bears, but bears nonetheless
          https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228726707_Predation_on_sun_bears_by_reticulated_python_in_East_Kalimantan_Indonesian_Borneo

  21. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    That sucks, but raccoon, rabbits and bobcats are are not just in florida but all across the usa and pythons can't survive harsh winters frosts so they can't spread out from there. Out midwest rattlesnake meat is pretty popular. Need to make python hunting without a permit popular in america, boom, they will go extinct within a decade. Billy Bob will enjoy eating them and making novelty boots out of them to sell to tourists.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Need to make python hunting without a permit popular in america, boom, they will go extinct within a decade.
      They currently pay people to kill them. Pop is still going up.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Make a python meat industry out of it. Make a python skin boot industry. Anything that promises people decent money will quickly wipe them out.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Again - people are paid just to go find and kill them, no other investment needed on their part.
          Population is still going up.

          And really, I dont think you understand capitalism. If you make an industry based on python products, that will INCREASE the python population.
          Can you guess why?

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            >If you make an industry based on python products, that will INCREASE the python population.
            Meanwhile the fishing industry has emptied the oceans of fish schools.

            • 11 months ago
              Anonymous

              And basically every other animal we farm? Do you understand the differences between factory farming in the ocean and factory farming on land?

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                What does factory farming have to do with hunting wild snakes? The pythons are contained in a relatively small area of florida.

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                >What does factory farming have to do with hunting wild snakes?
                You built a business around them. Business will grow. They will want more snakes. This is why I said you arent taking capitalism properly.

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            >that will INCREASE the python population.
            In captivity, but not necessarily the wild. Whether there are more pythons in farms being bred for leather has no relevance to the populations of invasive pythons, especially not if you take precautions to ensure escapes don’t occur or just build a facility in a place they would freeze to death as soon as winter arrived. Farming snakes for their skins would not have any more of an impact than the snakes being bred as pets

            • 11 months ago
              Anonymous

              >especially not if you take precautions to ensure escapes don’t occur
              No one needs your regulations, commie.
              It is stupid to think there wouldnt be escapes and horrible impact on any environment.

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                >No one needs your regulations, commie
                Are you implying a cage with a sufficient lock is a regulation?
                >It is stupid to think there wouldnt be escapes and horrible impact on any environment
                >build farm anywhere that isn’t a tropical area
                >snake escapes
                >immediately freezes to death

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Are you implying a cage with a sufficient lock is a regulation?
                If you are going to force business to do it - yes.
                And then you go ahead and prove that you are too stupid to understand there will be escapes that dont die no matter where you build.

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                >If you are going to force business to do it - yes
                It’s a requirement if you have snakes at all, if you don’t you will very quickly have no snakes. If you’re trying to farm snakes for leather you want them to stay where they are
                >there will be escapes that dont die no matter where you build
                And yet there’s no feral Burmese pythons in Michigan. Strange, it’s almost like they can’t survive in freezing temperatures. If you can’t understand why a tropical snake wouldn’t survive in a cold climate, you might be moronic

                And just to be clear - your solution to the python problem in FLORIDA is to build factory farms in a completely different state?

                >your solution to the python problem in FLORIDA is to build factory farms in a completely different state?
                No, that is my solution to creating a snake leather farming operation without risking the establishment of more invasive pythons

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That sucks, but raccoon, rabbits and bobcats are are not just in florida
      So? The Florida populations are declining. Local extinction is still extinction, the animals on the other side of the country aren't contributing to local ecology.
      You really should start studying biomes and ecosystems.

  22. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >oh no another generic brown/grey rat face is struggling
    Good. Frick mammals.

  23. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe they should evolve to deal with the pythons. Keep up or die.

  24. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Rabbits have vanished completely
    This isn't true as of yesterday I saw one.

  25. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Who cares? There have been 5 mass extinctions before man was alive. The cycle of life will continue, and human satisfaction isn't required for that. Enough of this cringey guilt. Move on with your life.

    The earth will survive with or without humans and no matter what feelings they ever do or don't have.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I care. I want my children to inherit the biodiversity I enjoy every day.

  26. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Both cats and invasive snakes need to be culled

  27. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >cats obliterate ecosystems everywhere they go
    >*blank stare*
    >pythons obliterate one (1) ecosystem
    > >:OOOOOO

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      cities aren't ecosystems and the cats actually help urban areas since they eat pests and rodents

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >cats only live in cities and only eat pests like rodents
        Oh anon...

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        LMAO you can't be more wrong
        Cats decimate bird populations, including the ones which existed in cities. They're bad for catching pests, since they are pests themselves. The best rat catchers are small dogs

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Cats decimate bird populations, including the ones which existed in cities
          again with this stupid canard.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I try to run over every single cat I see crossing the street

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cats can't grow huge then wrap around and suffocate things so they aren't as disturbing. By all means, get rid of the ferals and make it so people can't let their cats out to roam but they aren't horrifying as the big snakes are.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Please stop eating estrogen pills like candy

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cats only blessing is that they usually don't go that far from humans and into ecosystems when they don't mix with natives. So if we would keep our settlements away from habitats vulnerable to cat-like predators and don't leave feral colonies around until they might evolve, they wouln't be that much of a problem.
      Rats and snakes go brrr into every last suitable corner once released though. At least the bigger snakes should be able to be catched again.

      To clarefy this, I don't see how a python would catch a bobcat with such frequency.

      Sneak inside the nest while mummy is hunting and gobble up all the kids. Cats can't kill most shore birds either but they do enough damage just by snacking on the easy to reach eggs and babies.

      https://i.imgur.com/bkgES4d.jpg

      Invasive species are a nothingburger to further constrict the rights of people to own pets, move things across state borders, etc.

      The whole schism falls apart when you realize that nothing in nature stays the same for long. Armadillos crossed the Rio Grande only 200 years ago and are moving north, the government actively propagates non-native sports fish that destroyed native fish, cattle egrets migrating across the Atlantic to America in the mid 1800s, etc.

      The real issue is habitat destruction and invasive species are the ones that get scapegoated because they're usually the only ones capable of recolonizing disturbed areas.

      That's true but since you don't own the planet alone, other people also decide how they want to keep it. We potect 'nature' not because of the poor poor planet but because we want to keep or create the things we enjoy to look at or that keep our lives comfortable. It's just or us and the following few generations, really.

      https://i.imgur.com/Q96IU3l.jpg

      >autist thinks that just because he knows a lot about niche thing he's a genius
      Funny how you don't have an argument against me, just an appeal to authority. Daddy government is never wrong right?
      And I'm not saying that all invasives are good, there's some that are horrible like knotweed and feral cats that I'd love to see exterminated. But the majority of introduced species are harmless, even the ones we formerly thought were bad like starlings and snakeheads.

      We have different words for
      Neobiota, non-indigenous species: Species that arrived and thrive somewhere outside their native range due to humans global connections
      Invasive species: Species that do this and also cause the decline of native species or harm humans in any way, be it allergies or financial.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Cats only blessing is that they usually don't go that far from humans and into ecosystems when they don't mix with natives
        Feral cats spread all over the place, they don't just hang around cities

  28. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    If species cannot survive, they deserve to go extinct. That is the Darwinian reality.

  29. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >bait of such low quality
    It seems a petgay has realised that /herp/ and /aq/ are some of the only decent generals on the board left. Wait until you find out what kind of damage cats do

  30. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    watched a show about this once on tv, some rednecks in the everglades hunting for pythons, they had a license and were allowed to hunt a limited number of specimens. why would they do this if it's an invasive specie? shouldn't they allow everybody to hunt and kill as many as they can indiscriminately?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      its dogshit, i guess they think bubba is too moronic to be trusted to kill pythons without killing native snakes
      maybe liability reasons
      regardless, the python extermination licensure nonsense is far too selective and restrictive for something so ecologically destructive
      let florida hicks have at it for some cigarette money

  31. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >pythons eat all the mammals like racoons and coyotes
    >turtle and nesting bird populations increase because no more predators to eat their eggs
    Reptile chads just keep on winning

  32. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Pure evil and mankind's destructive potential at its peak.
    so it's only going to get better from here? Or at least not any worse?

  33. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    homosexual

  34. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    In what way does me owning a pet boa, born in captivity, who will die in captivity, have anything to do with Burmese pythons in the glades?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Welcome to the web mob iq, here your european city pet cat also causes the extinction of island bird species on other continents while you're not looking and every lawn higher than 2 inches spawns ticks, rats and snakes.

  35. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    total mammal death

  36. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Who cares about the cause? Animals find their ways around to new places, some die off, some fill a niche, some out compete what was there first, some become the apex

    Climates change, continents shift, species migrate

    The snakes will over pressure the small mammals, run out of their food source, shrink over time to compensate, in 1,000,000 years you might see coontigers the size of a labradoodle preying on the now midget snakes

    So is life

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Just destroy the entire environment we know so there is a .1% chance in 20 quintillion years that things recover

      Why do you brainlets infest this board?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        The same reason overly emotional moronic ass thinking like yours is so prevalent nowadays. Too many feminizing hormones in the water.

        A good chunk of Florida's invasives came from hurricane Andrew fricking up a few breeding facilities/Zoos, like anons here have stated already. But this is a bait thread meant to garner (you)s, so I'm wasting my breath.

        I'm actually curious what people like him/you have to say about when species move around and outcompete each other "naturally" as opposed to a manmade cause, accident or otherwise.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I'm actually curious what people like him/you have to say about when species move around and outcompete each other "naturally" as opposed to a manmade cause, accident or otherwise.
          That is nothing like importing invasive species.
          Animals and plants only change their natural range spontaneously when the habitats themselves change. A bird species isn't going to randomly cross the mountains its lineage never crossed over the course of thousands of years just for shit and giggles.
          As climate, vegetation and food availability shifts the species that inhabit the ecosystem will do it to, this happens over the course of thousands of years. The "outcompeted" species will also move to newly available habitats.
          This is completely different from an insect being shipped overnight from one side of the planet to another.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          I want a platypus.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          is this vid implying that theres a wild population of platypus in florida?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why do you think the environment is so fragile when it's changed radically manly times in Earth's history? In fact, why do you care about it at all? We don't really need the Earth's ecosystem to exist anymore. Civilization would keep going if all the forests disappeared tomorrow.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Civilization would keep going if all the forests disappeared tomorrow.
          Not sure you've thought this through tbqh

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      why do rightoids love throwing their hands up in the air in exasperation and claim "ugh, like, there's just nothing can be done!" about problems caused by humans?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I think its a response to the leftoid versionof the same behavior, "screeching about how a problem exists but having no suggestions on how to address it and expecting someone else to do it for them."

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because they know they’re technically part of the reason why those problems happen (or at the least support those who are directly the cause) and think they’re just a rich man in a poor man’s body.

        Shouldnt the pythons die because they're inbred fricks descended from a few abandoned pythons? Like a real python from Burma would be disgusted by how inbred his florida cousins are

        Keeps with the Florida vibe though lol

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >two continents meet
      >spread of animals radiates from point of contact, from individual wanderers making journeys and offspring spreading to new territories
      >potential spread across the entire continent blocked or limited by mountains, deserts, winter, etc
      >establishing a healthy, stable population requires good enough numbers of migrants and genetic diversity
      >there is a fossil record of scattered one-off migrations of breeding groups of monkeys/lizards/birds/whatever making it across oceans but eventually dying out anyway
      VS
      >frickhuge breeding population instantly teleported to ideal conditions by morons

      But i'm sure that this is totally okay since humans are part of nature too and pumping wastewater into aquifers, dumping industrial waste into rivers, and destroying coral reefs overnight is entirely fine and natural

  37. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why dont we just eat the snakes?

  38. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I see coons everywhere tho

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      In other places the coons are the invasive species. Around towns usually all bets are off and everyone that can stand us and our byproducts lives happily eating trash.

  39. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    A legal system built to maintain prosperity rather than to actively sabotage it would have these people killed

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      the only system that works will return one day.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >vigilante justice
        This means you're not going to get a lot of investors who don't want their employees and clients killed in random blood feuds. Martial training is good though.

  40. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >is that a corn snake? you're a heckin raccoon genocider!

  41. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >And there were multiple of these types of "people" because those pythons bred in the wild
    Undoubtedly people released their unwanted “pets” or had to leave them behind when evacuating, but the sustained breeding population of pythons probably came from a reptile breeding facility that got destroyed by a hurricane in 1992. Many of Florida’s invasives originated from a business or research lab after a hurricane. Ignoring the species that hitchhiked on cargo, Customs used to dump their seized live animal shipments as well.
    Some critters were intentionally released for various other reasons, like the easy money they can get from chameleons.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/PS2PGCc.jpg

      Pure evil and mankind's destructive potential at its peak.
      Millions of mammals mative to the everglades practically extinct because some messed up in the head weirdo thought it'd be fun to have a mindless eating machine as a pet and had low enough IQ to release it into the wild where it's not native. And there were multiple of these types of "people" because those pythons bred in the wild.
      This frustrates me greatly, knowing that at any moment the actions of a few moronic subhumans(who get to vote mind you, who get all the rights you do) can decimate entire ecosystems, with the lionfish as another example.
      If you think owning a snake as a pet is a good idea, i wish cancer upon you and your entire bloodline, youre subhuman, your very core is rotten and inhuman since you consider a snake anything but a threat to yourself or your loved ones, and one to be killed ASAP.
      Youre no better than the trannies, homosexuals and all the other queers who are saying "you know what maybe this years old well established doctrine based on thousands of years of evolutionary pressure is WRONG and i should take DICK in my BUTT"
      TLDR.
      pythons are decimated the everglades due to pieces of shit who think snakes are pets, i hate all of those and wish cancer upon them.

      >some messed up in the head weirdo thought it'd be fun to have a mindless eating machine as a pet and had low enough IQ to release it into the wild blah blah
      It was a research/breeding facility that got literally ripped open by hurricane andrew that released several hundred animals into the wild. Please actually learn about the shit you're assblasted about before posting your blog where people neither give a shit nor can do anything to address it.
      >bawwwwww de animoos got eated
      Yeah, and what EXACTLY do you want anyone here to do about it? Tell you what, next time i find a fricking genie in a lamp I'll reserve one wish for a big huge fricking PYTHON MAGNET and send it to you so you can rub it all over florida, how's that?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Many of Florida’s invasives originated from a business or research lab after a hurricane.
      What gave them the bright idea to put such a lab not only in hurricane country, but part of the country the confined animals would thrive in if they escaped?

  42. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    The life of any random animal is more valuable than any random human.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's a shame

      Let's not get crazy here

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Here, here.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I dunno, I can think of a few people I’d prefer dead over some animal.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I’d prefer dead over some animal.

        its more like you prefer them dead independently of the animal

    • 11 months ago
      Chud Anon

      Depends on the race

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'll drink to that

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      [...]

  43. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    the chad burm vs the virgin prey mammal

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