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This Is zone Of The Most Cowardly Things You Can Do... - Why do some humans get pleasure from killing other living things? Fucking pathetic.

This Is zone Of The Most Cowardly Things You Can Do... - Why do some humans get pleasure from killing other living things? Fucking pathetic.

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PETA tuitea la verdad incómoda de los circos con animales desde una función del Ringlin Bros

PETA tuitea la verdad incómoda de los circos con animales desde una función del Ringlin Bros

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New Footage Shows SeaWorld Orca Slamming Against Gate Over And Over

New Footage Shows SeaWorld Orca Slamming Against Gate Over And Over

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South Africa canned hunting =( =( =(-arent they big men-f'ers

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Every year, the residents of Nem Thuong, a tiny village just outside of Vietnam’s capital Hanoi, gather on the sixth day of the lunar new year to celebrate Doan Thuong, a 13th century anti-imperial general and the village’s guardian deity. a tradition dictates, an enormous pig was first paraded around the town on a cart before it was ceremoniously cleaved in two. Spectators are then invited to soak their bank notes in the pig’s blood for good luck in the New Year.

Every year, the residents of Nem Thuong, a tiny village just outside of Vietnam’s capital Hanoi, gather on the sixth day of the lunar new year to celebrate Doan Thuong, a 13th century anti-imperial general and the village’s guardian deity. a tradition dictates, an enormous pig was first paraded around the town on a cart before it was ceremoniously cleaved in two. Spectators are then invited to soak their bank notes in the pig’s blood for good luck in the New Year.

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