DO YOU REMEMBER THE LITTLE PORKER WHO HAD HIS BACON SAVED BY THE FARMER WHEN HE BECAME A SUCCESSFUL SHEEP PIG, WELL ITS THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN WHEN ALL THE LITTLE PORKERS LINE UP TO BE SLAUGHTERED, AND NOT ONLY PIGGIES BUT SHEEP AND CATTLE AS WELL, THEIR SCREAMS WHEN DYING I HOPE WILL HAUNT THOSE WHO CARRY OUT THIS DASTARDLY AND INHUMANE METHOD OF SLAUGHTER.
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This information is not designed to Stuff up your dinner parties, however, Dads and mums, its similarity to having your sons and daughters throats cut in front of you and seeing them fed to hungry lions, is well worth thinking about.
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ON A LIGHTER NOTE: A PIG DIES OF OLD AGE.
BLACKIE THE PORKER IS NOW AT THAT STY IN THE SKY.
Australia's favorite feral fugitive has died in exile after shaking off gun toting
authorities hot on his trotters for the past two years.
Blackie the bush pig made headlines in 2004 when he was deemed a feral pest and Queensland's Mackay City Council ordered him to be shot on sight.
The community rallied behind the beloved pig to have the porker reprieved but to no avail.
His owners refused to give up the 500kg porker they had rescued as a piglet after gung ho looney shooters killed its mother, and Blackie went underground.
He died this week of natural causes, aged 8 years.
Blackie's owner(Who cannot be named for obvious reasons) said Blackie was harboured by friends at an Eton property, southwest of Mackay, for a year before being smuggled to her new home home 60km away at Calen, northwest of Mackay.
To EVERYONE: Have a Wonderful Christmas.
Vest, Daily Gaggle.
Tuesday, 5 December 2006
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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