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Man, do not pride yourself on your superiority to the animals, for they are without sin, while you, with all your greatness, you defile the earth wherever you appear and leave an ignoble trail behind you -- and that is true, alas, for almost every one of us!    ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky ~

Man, do not pride yourself on your superiority to the animals, for they are…

WTFlyingFUCK! On the left, you can see a living dog (invented wind law "by the Chinese, to avoid poisoning of dogs) Dogs are attached to telephone poles and no one is allowed to feed or give them water until they starve! The dogs die miserably in a few days! So the locale government want to avoid that it will not come to no poison in the irrigation of food! On the right Rachel saw   this dog in Chongqing, bought this dog free more than 10,000 yuan and did bring him with her to the USA…

WTFlyingFUCK! On the left, you can see a living dog (invented wind law "by the Chinese, to avoid poisoning of dogs) Dogs are attached to telephone poles and no one is allowed to feed or give them water until they starve! The dogs die miserably in a few days! So the locale government want to avoid that it will not come to no poison in the irrigation of food! On the right Rachel saw this dog in Chongqing, bought this dog free more than 10,000 yuan and did bring him with her to the USA…

Melissa Stribling in Hammer classic Dracula (1958, known perhaps better as American title Horror of Dracula).  Photography is by Jack Asher who, together with the production designer Bernard Robinson, created the brilliant trademark look of early Hammer films. Asher was eventually fired, because his perfectionism made him too slow for small budgets of Hammer.

Melissa Stribling in Hammer classic Dracula (1958, known perhaps better as American title Horror of Dracula). Photography is by Jack Asher who, together with the production designer Bernard Robinson, created the brilliant trademark look of early Hammer films. Asher was eventually fired, because his perfectionism made him too slow for small budgets of Hammer.