10 réflexions au sujet de « La patate »

  1. Je trouve que l’auteur dit de la merde sur Cerise alors que je suis fier d’être une poire.

    Ah mince, j’me trompe de post.

      • Rien qu’à l’usure de la planche…c’est terrifiant ! Elle a pas la patate, ta patate :P
        En plus, cette grimace de douleur…mais bon, ce serait de l’antropomorphisme, il faut pas non plus confondre les êtres humains avec les patates…

  2. XD! …oh, snif. Moi qui adorait l’image de l’ancienne version, mais bon les fleurs sont belles et le chat est mignon. Par contre, le fond vert… j’pas fan.

    • Y a aussi la forêt de bambou mystérieuse ^_^ mais c’est vrai que le fond vert est pas top, je vais changer. Merci d’avoir donné ton avis en tous cas !

  3. J’aimais bien le chat moi (enfin, la chatte). La forêt de bambou, why not?
    En tous cas super patate est avec toi, c’est bon signe. Bon weekend!

  4. Encore une tradition de con : el rapa das bestas .

    En images :


    ( sur google , cliquer sur image , sur la gauche )

    En vidéo :


    Voici le modèle de lettre que j’ai reçu , à envoyer à :

    jlrzapatero@presidencia.gob.es, presidente@xunta.es, estafeta@mir.es, pcc.cultura@mcu.es, mar.nogueira@xunta.es,infosmile@tourspain.es, info.eido@eidolocal.es

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I would like to draw your attention to the Rapa Das Bestas, the Spanish Horse Wrestling festival, held in Galicia every july. This is an event where some 600-700 horses, including stallions, mares and foals, are brutally wrestled down. The festival allegedly dates back to the Bronze Age, and was a demonstration of the village’s independence, strength, and virility. Today, this is simply a primitive and barbaric festival that only demonstrates a lack of respect for animals and animal welfare.

    Even though animals are not slaughtered during the festival, many horses do get injured, whether it is as a consequence of the horse wrestling, or a result of being confined in large masses in small spaces during the event. Cutting of the horses’ manes and tails is unnecessary, as it removes the horses’ natural defenses from flying insects. If branding is needed, wild horses should be gently handled using humane chutes. It would not only be much safer for both the horse and the handlers, but also less traumatic to the animals. There is no need to wrestle down the horse for this purpose.

    You claim that it does not involve cruelty, simply because it does not involve killing. Horses are traumatized in the process. It might not be your intention to harm or kill the horse, but all this animal experiences is being chased down, brutally manhandled and forced to the ground. The vets and officials present cannot prevent the unnecessary distress and fear these animals go through.

    I urge you to stop this barbaric festival. You consider this a noble tradition ? there is nothing noble in taking advantage of sentient beings and putting them through such horrors. That it is a tradition doesn’t mean that it still needs to take place.

    Thank you.

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