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I'll be discussing the shelter debate, why a shelter pet isn't for everyone, and why it's not ok look down on those who choose not to get their pet from a shelter, and why you need to keep the shelter lecture to yourself.
Also, my feelings on kill vs. no-kill shelters and how they really operate.
This show will be co-hosted by Dahmer
Every year, millions of abused and abandoned animals are gassed to death, or chemically killed. As usual, instead of going after the CAUSE of these claimed overpopulated animals, we instead kill off large numbers of them. We react instead of being pro-active.
While it is true that pet owners need to have their pets spayed and nuetered, this process is so cost prohibitive in many cases that owners simply cannot afford to have it done.
The average cost of spaying and nuetering across the country is 85.00 to 150 dollars. The cost of euthanizing these same animals is as much or more. Wouldn't it make better economic sense to offer low cost spay and nueter, and avoid the costly euthanizing?
Every year organizations claiming to exist to protect animals from abuse, neglect and possbile euthansia, collect millions upon millions of dollars in donations. Instead of funding kill shelters, would we not be better served to fund free or reduced cost spay and nueter clinics? This would reduce unwanted populations of animals that eventually are held in shelters waiting to die. I know the animals would appreciate it.
Join us as we discuss our unsavory acceptance gas chambers and other methods of killing off unwanted animals.
The nine-year wait is over, and on this week's Cinema Royale we will return to the sleazy streets of Basin City for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For! Was the wait worth it? And how does the sequel to 2005's groundbreaking film fit into the current comic book movie landscape?
Plus, Cinema Royale will be joined by Life of Crime director Dan Schechter to talk about his adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel (and Jackie Brown prequel) starring Jennifer Aniston, John Hawkes, Mos Def, Tim Robbins, and Isla Fisher!
Christopher Bumbray of Joblo.com joins me for another great show!
This week we are hosting a debate on the subject of No-Kill vs Pro-Kill in regards to Sasquatch. We all know that before any conservation can begin, before any studies on them can start, Sasquatch needs to be scientifically acknowledged first. So does a specimen need to be culled in order for the species to be scientifically accepted?
On the pro side of the debate our guests will be Brian Brown and Cliff Griffin of NAWAC or the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. NAWAC is well known for their research location dubbed Area X and the somewhat controversial manner in which they plan to acquire a type specimen for scientific acceptance and subsequent conservation. Brian Brown is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and researcher. He is also the creator of two renowned Bigfoot podcasts, The Bigfoot Show and the Bigfoot Information Project. Cliff Griffin is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and in the medical industry.
On the no-kill side of the debate our guests will be Corey J. Alarie and Jason Aiken. Corey has been an experienced outdoorsman for 30 years and a Sasquatch researcher for 10 years as both a member of NESRA (Northeast Sasquatch Research Association) and AIBR (Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Research). Jason is a lifelong wildlife enthusiast and an independent Sasquatch researcher.
Our goal is to present a civil and structured debate where the most relevant, logical, and intelligent points can be made by both advocacies. We want the listeners to be able to listen to thoughtful and educated points from both sides and be able to contemplate the issues in a reasonable manner. We welcome all participation so if you want to propose questions please feel free to PM us on Facebook, ask questions in the chat room, or call in after the 1st hour to present your questions. The phone number is (646) 652-2569.
And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man and cattle and the creeping things, the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: only Noah remained alive and they that were with in the ark.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, Chloe Grace Moretz's new movie If I Stay, Love is Strange, The One I Love, May in the Summer, and Are You Here.
St Louis County Deputy Sheriff Dan Page Says He's A Killer and Praise the Lord
“I personally believe in Jesus Christ as my lord and savior, but I’m also a killer,” Page says in the video. “I’ve killed a lot. And if I need to, I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me. I have no problems with it. God did not raise me to be a coward.
Deputy Page who was seen pushing CNN host Don Lemon during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri earlier this week was suspended from duty after a video of himself, CNN reported on Friday.
The video, posted online this past May, shows Officer Dan Page giving a speech before members of the Christian organization the Oath Keepers. At one point, he shows the audience a picture of himself in Kenya, saying he went there to search for the country’s “undocumented president,” Barack Obama.
“I flew to Africa, right there, and I went to our undocumented president’s home,” Page says. “He was born in Kenya.”
Release Date: August 21, 2014 (p.m. screenings)
Studio: Dimension Films (The Weinstein Company)
Director: Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller
Screenwriter: Frank Miller
Starring: Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin, Powers Boothe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Eva Green, Dennis Haysbert, Martin Csokas, Rosario Dawson, Jamie Chung, Jamie King, Alexa Vega, Julia Garner, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, Christopher Lloyd, Stacy Keach, Jude Ciccolella
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
MPAA Rating: R (for strong brutal stylized violence throughout, sexual content, nudity, and brief drug use)
Official Website: SinCity-2.com
Plot Summary: Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller reunite to bring Miller's visually stunning "Sin City" graphic novels back to the screen in "Sin City: A Day to Kill For." Weaving together two of Miller's classic stories with new tales, the town's most hard boiled citizens cross paths with some of its more notorious inhabitants.
'Shoot me now, kill me now': St Louis police kill black suspect, 23, who 'charged at cops with a knife' after robbing convenience store
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2729174/BREAKING-NEWS-Police-officer-shoots-dead-suspect-St-Louis.html#ixzz3Asmd7VYC
Hundreds Rally in Downtown to Protest LAPD Shooting of Ezell Ford
Ezell Ford: The mentally ill black man killed by the LAPD two days after Michael Brown’s death
Family of man killed by cops at Wal-Mart demands video
More of Ferguson Protests
'Just when you think it's safe to take a business call': Brooklyn lawyer wearing high heels and dress chases down and catches teenage mugger who stole her iPhone
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2727762/Just-think-s-safe-business-call-Brooklyn-lawyer-wearing-wedges-dress-chases-catches-teenage-mugger-stole-cell-phone.html#ixzz3AnHKdOjX
We are all partly to blame for what is happening in Ferguson, MO. Each time we stood by and watched a police officer kill an innocent person and we did nothing has played a roll in the frustration of the protestors in Ferguson. Each time we watched a grand jury come back and "no bill" an officer after he/she killed an innocent person and we did nothing has played a roll in the frustration of the protestors of Ferguson. So, today we all have a responsibility to get laws on the books that hold police officers accountable for overkill shots, using excessive force, using harassment techniques on citizens who speak out against police brutality, more transparency in there investigations, independent organizations to oversee police shootings and so much more.
Last week we discussed the topic: "Mike Brown's Murder Catalyst for Unrest in Ferguson, Part I attached in the link to that show. Please join us August 22, 2014 from 8-10pm CST/9-11pm EST as we will bring you part II of this discussion. If you would like to chime in on this topic Friday night call in and let your voice be heard @ (347 850-8390.
United Health Care Cycling Team's Benjamin Day joins us to discuss Stage 5 of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. This stage’s serene first 80 miles hide a vicious finish and a last chance for climbing specialists to really make a move. Starting in the new host community of Woodland Park, Stage 5 heads west then north through some of the most picturesque terrain in Colorado. A quiet run through the Pike National Forest on Tarryall Rd., which was unpaved until just last year, and the riders will christen it properly with high speeds and lots of breakaway attempts. The action really starts when the race hits Fairplay and begins the long grind up 11,500 ft. Hoosier Pass, the highest point in the race. Then it is on to Breckenridge, where last year’s challenging finish up Moonstone Rd. will be repeated again. This nasty little climb can kill a break or launch a winner.
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