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9 Responses

  1. Good morning, everyone!

  2. I guess I am dense. This is a spoof, correct?

  3. Ok, I watched the rest of it and the spoofery grows.

  4. Good morning, bb. Hope you’re feeling better and committed to taking relaxation to an art form during your break.

    This one’s for you and SoD:

    Switzerland referendum on providing lawyers for animals
    By Imogen Foulkes
    BBC News

    A nationwide referendum is taking place in Switzerland on a proposal to give animals the constitutional right to be represented in court.

    Animal rights groups say appointing state-funded animal lawyers would ensure animal welfare laws are upheld, and help prevent cases of cruelty.

    Opponents say Switzerland does not need more legislation regarding animal protection.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8554012.stm

    • Hi Purplefinn,

      I’m feeling better this morning, but I think I’ll spend another day resting, just to be sure. The sun is out here anyway.

  5. The Onion_ priceless! “and that was my favorite part” “he hasn’t done anything good since the Democratic convention” 😀
    Today’s tabloids
    http://edgeoforever.wordpress.com/2010/03/07/tabloids-the-plight-of-the-rich-axelrod-iraq-vote-kill-the-guv/

  6. If you have to ask whether it’s a spoof–it’s not a spoof, it’s just a logical progression.

  7. Sooner or later this spoof of TOTUS will be reality.

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