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    De: Fur Is Evil Asunto: Fur Is Evil Fecha: lunes, 13 abril, 2009 3:02 #yiv1296927060 h1 a:hover {background-color:#888;color:#fff
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      De: Fur Is Evil <duke@...>
      Asunto: Fur Is Evil
      Fecha: lunes, 13 abril, 2009 3:02

      Fur Is Evil

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      Posted: 12 Apr 2009 01:21 AM PDT

      Reason #5: If you wouldn’t do it to the Easter Bunny, why  do it to millions of other bunnies?
      Dear Google’s Board of Directors:
      If you have children, can you imagine the horror on their faces if you told them what happens to millions of bunnies trapped in the global fur industry, the same industry which AdWords/AdSense is now profiting from?

      Reason #5 for Google to Stop Advertising Rabbit Fur: The Easter Bunny Would Not Be Happy

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    • tachi salas
      De: Fur Is Evil Asunto: Fur Is Evil Fecha: lunes, 4 mayo, 2009 3:03 #yiv340223636 h1 a:hover {background-color:#888;color:#fff important;}
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        De: Fur Is Evil <duke@...>
        Asunto: Fur Is Evil
        Fecha: lunes, 4 mayo, 2009 3:03

        Fur Is Evil

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        Posted: 03 May 2009 03:24 AM PDT

        Dear Global Viral Forecasting Initiative,
        Google’s commitment to preventing viral pandemics has been demonstrated by their monetary support of your Global Viral Forecasting Initiative.
        Well, here is a forecast for you:

        Fur farms are viral disease farms.

        • Fur farming is intensive factory farming.
        • The cages are small. Conditions are filthy, unhygienic and inhumane.
        These places are epidemiological cesspools.
        They skin animals alive. Do you think an operation that skins animals alive has much concern for hygiene? Or for monitoring disease-spread among the animals it skins alive?

        One of the few suspects for a natural reservoir of the SARS virus that jumped to humans is the raccoon dog.

        Even if you don’t care about the suffering other species, from a viral-prevention point of view, Google’s advertising for the fur industry is absurd.

        As a prominent recipient of funding from Google.org, and an expert in viral epidemics, could you please ask Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt, to stop supporting the fur industry, and to ban fur from its global advertising network?

        An Open Letter to the Google-funded Global Viral Forecasting Initiative

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