Posts from — May 2007
There is no danger to the human food chain.
Melamine is diluted thru animal ingestion and poses no risk.
There has been no contamination to the human food chain.
The FDA has been shooting its mouth off since March 18th, 2007.
Credibility is zero in my perspective.
Believability is lower than that.
That is probably a oxymoron.. Iâ€™m entitled..
Melamine is poison. Cyanuric acid (used to sanitize pool water), is also poison
Poison and human lives donâ€™t mix well.
This has been proven to the heartbreak of thousands of furbaby owners.
TheMasterOfTheUniverse and I question strongly if BuddyTheDog,
Was a early victim of this poison, fed with love, unknowingly.We miss him so!
I think the USDA and the FDA need to pull their collective heads out of the
Cesspools they currently occupy and get some real Doctors. Not veterinarians, to test the long term effect on human beings.And for those of you that believe the CDC is involved give them a call I did and was oh so not happy at what I was told.
With the increasing demand for pets, wholesale pet supplies has become highly profitable business. Pet accessories are available on different sites. Now a day variety of comfortable animal shelters are available in market and different animal rescue organizations are working all over the world.
May 31, 2007 11 Comments
This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By
41 years old from Ann-Arbor, Michigan
Specialist Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie is a Iraqi American U.S. Army linguist soldier, from Ann-Arbor, Michigan who was kidnapped on October 23, 2006 in Baghdad and has not been seen since.
al-Taayie joined the Army in 2004 to help not only his country, the United States, but also his birthplace of Iraq and was deployed in 2005. On October 23, 2006 he was visiting his wife in the Karrada Shiite neighborhood in central Baghdad when he and his cousin were kidnapped by a group calling themselves Ahel al-Beit Brigades. His cousin was released shortly after. On November 2, 2006 al-Taayie’s uncle received a ransom demand of $250,000 for his return. Along with the ransom came a grainy video that showed a man beaten up who was identified as al-Taayie. No more has been heard.
For more information on Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie you can go here
These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so
that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday.
For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died,
We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived
This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll.
To find out more about Wednesday Hero, you can go
May 30, 2007 No Comments
May 30, 2007 No Comments