Thoughts on horse racing
They weigh more than 1,000 pounds, are supported by ankles the size of a human’s, and are whipped and forced to run around tracks that are often made of hard-packed dirt at speeds of more than 30 miles per hour while carrying people on their backs. Racehorses are the victims of a multi-billion-dollar industry that is rife with drug abuse, injuries, and race fixing, and many horses’ careers end at the slaughterhouse. — PETA
Why we should know better than to keep racing horses.
A Bermuda Triangle of dressed-up-for-the-masses bloodsport descends on a nation this weekend.
#MayPac, the fight everyone ha(d) been waiting for…in 2007 is ringing the bell in Vegas Saturday night. Throughout the weekend the NFL will make temporarily wealthy men out of a couple dozen co-eds before their bodies and brains are bruised beyond repair and they’re discarded for a whatever lifetime is…
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