Thursday, April 28, 2011

Nutty professors: Calling pets "pets" is demeaning to pets

In a joint UK-US demonstration of brain-flatulence in action, Oxford professor Rev. Andrew Linzey, and Penn State Professor Priscilla Cohn, co-edit some such allegedly-scholarly work entitled The Journal of Animal Ethics.

In this erudite publication, it is argued that Fido and Puss-Puss no longer be referred to as "pets".

The Telegraph of London is reporting that instead, our beloved pets should be called “companion animals”, while we ignoramus human beings should be relegated to “human carers”.

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Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

Hey, they eat out of the garbage, drink from the toilet and pee in my backyard.

In my Navy days, I think I had been known to do this on rare occasion. I think it has been referred to as a "guy thing!" ROFLOL

I wonder what these nutty profs call an unborn (human) baby? I almost hate to find out.

9:07 PM  
Blogger scotju said...

And to think this loon went to college so he could give us these words of wisdom! Smithers, release the hounds!

6:37 AM  
Blogger tuleesh said...

I'm shocked. Shocked! to find that the erosion of human exceptionalism is chiping away at human dignity.

What with Commie Van Jones, an ex-Obama "advisor" and 9-11 truther, pushing to obtain "human" rights for Mother Nature. Ecauador putting in its constitution "rights" for nature...equal to human rights. Bolivia preparing to push rights to nature on equal plain with human rights. And now these two pointy-headed intellectuals..Bring on the lawsuits!

How much you wanna bet that suits brought on behalf of plants or "companion animals" will be in United States courts? With the lawyers the only ones getting a hefty part of American redistributed-wealth.

May G-d put a stumbling block in the way of these moral idiots!

11:39 PM  
Blogger Mona said...

I don't know; I went to high school with some pigs and plant-life back in the 70's...

5:41 PM  

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