This article says it all.
Black people can be their own worst enemy.
Found this on tumblr [link].
I was truly disgusted by some of the comments by the other bloggers.
Saying garbage like “Fur all day”, or “fashion is art, animals get killed anyway. peta people should keep their opinions to themselves if they don’t like… “, and calling people who dislike the image (and I quote) “fur hating bitches”….
That’s really disgusting. Fashion may be art (in my eyes, just barely!) but that doesn’t make it right to torture and kill animals for it. If these fools ever did any research on the kind of thing that happens to animals used for utter trash like this, maybe they wouldn’t be such butt-holes. Or maybe they would, I don’t know.
Even if the death of animals for fur doesn’t end, I would be happier if more humane methods were used. Most if not all animals used for industry are treated very poorly. Why is it that it’s less acceptable to torture and kill humans, but hurting animals isn’t a big deal for many? I don’t understand it.
Why is it ok to believe that animals aren’t as important as humans, and that hurting and killing them isn’t a problem? Or even that only certain animals should matter, like pets? Thinking like that is warped and appalling.
Hooray for PETA and other organizations fighting for animal rights!
Read this post just a few minutes ago.
Note: This is in no way meant to insult the authors of the articles. But I am quite fed up with anyone who doesn’t care about proper spelling and punctuation.
Since when has the use of proper grammar become “perfectionist”? And as for proper grammar negatively effecting your career? PLEASE! If you don’t have a good grasp on how to spell or structure a sentence, you NEED to be fired! Only an idiot would say something as stupid as that! Since when has it become acceptable to be outright lazy and resistant to learning the proper way to do things? At this rate, no one will even know how to spell anymore!
I can understand that some grammar rules are a little bit unnecessary, but I have to draw the line when it comes to spelling. It’s a pet peeve of mine. In fact, I’m quite thankful to those who alert me to my own spelling errors–as long as they’re polite about it, mind you.
The way public schools go about teaching English classes, I’m surprised more people aren’t held back. I am SO glad I went to a private school until junior high, so I could learn to read and write phonetically.
I mean, what ever happened to standards? That’s what’s truly killing this country: Ignorant people!