Some 80s sounding violence for all 2 of you who still follow this. ;)
Dear people who don’t like Blade Runner, your opinion is bad and you should feel bad. As a consolation for being a bad, wrong person, here is Harrison Ford leaping through traffic in the future.
PLEASE reblog this. I heard nothing about this until today, when one of my friends in Mississippi said she saw protesters outside her local Planned Parenthood talking about “Something 26”. (This is Amendment 26.)
DO NOT LET THIS FLY UNDER THE RADAR. GET THE WORD OUT.
gtfo of my uterus already, wingnuts
I don’t really have a uterus, but I agree.
Eva, like countless others, stopped in her tracks and looked up. Holographic commercials flickered out one by one to reveal the rust colored sky looming over corporate towers. Men and women in business suits appeared at windows, hands pressed against glass, their eyes skyward. The city was eerily silent, no sounds of traffic or music. No human chatter or advert jingles.
Remain in Silence, a german band, Song title is Lonesome Hours. I love love love this song. Especially the vocals.
PLEASE REBLOG AND SPREAD THE WORD!
In these cruel and painful tests, rabbits, mice, rats, and piglets were tortured and then killed by decapitation and suffocation, among other methods. Following are more of the horrific details about what happened to the animals who were used in the company’s experiments:
- Rabbits were fed a high-fat, cholesterol-laden diet, leading to extreme hardening of the arteries. They were then fed tea to see if it could reduce the lesions that formed on the animals’ arteries. After the experiment, the rabbits’ heads were cut off.
- Mice bred to suffer from a painful bowel inflammation were fed tea ingredients in order to see if the tea had any effect on their condition. After the test, experimenters killed the mice by suffocating them or breaking their necks.
- Rats were forced to eat a high-sugar diet, and then tea was given to the animals to see if it could protect against sugar-induced brain damage. Other rats had their abdominal wall punctured and were fed radioactively labeled tea ingredients through a tube in their stomachs in order to examine the absorption of tea in the body. Then they were killed, frozen with liquid nitrogen, and crushed.
- Piglets were exposed to E. coli toxin and then fed tea in order to see if the tea could prevent fluid loss and diarrhea. As part of the tests, experimenters cut the pigs’ intestines apart while the animals were still alive. The piglets were then killed.
And the voice said: Go!