APES: Why should G R A S P grab the funds of well meaning Ape sympathisers, who are targeting the public in order to support the people who in turn give assistance to the various types of dwindling Ape populations on mother earth. Why not, you might say.
Well I think not! with reservations of course. Those kind hearted people presently involved are doing a good job, No doubt about that, but how far from extinction are these Apes, now living in their rapidly diminishing rain forests? could they be relocated to other rain forest areas like in Australia? unlikely, might be the reply from the Oz Immigration Dept, A spokes person ; believed to be a liberal politician stated, "If they tend to be more human than other animals - repeat animals, it would not be long before they claimed social security benefits - like haven't we got enough bone idle apes on the dole already.
Would they assimilate into our suburban population and become model citizens?
If so, what particular suburb would you recommend they be directed to, would they more likely settle down in places like Appin or Chimpindale or maybe they would be happy in Forestville, where there are lots of rich silver tail humans who may find mateship with a few silver back Gorillas rewarding.
Or, forget this hotchpotch and direct all available assistance to our own species, the hordes of starving children in war torn African countries.
Whatever you decide, do it by opening your purse or wallet, make a real decision.
A Charity re-run, a former post by Vest.
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
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