Savage Beasts...

By Kim Shannon on 4:26 PM

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Baby seals are heartless killers... You can see it in their stone-cold black eyes. If they could scoot their little plump bodies close enough to you, there is no doubt in my mind that they would rip your lungs out and eat them in a split second. I admit...  I don’t quite remember all of the exact circumstances around previous baby seal attacks on humans, but I’m sure there are many. If we didn’t protect ourselves from these admitted predators, there is no doubt in my mind that today’s taste for fish will surely turn into tomorrow’s desire for human flesh. And I’ll be damned if I’m going to let one of those demented and vile creatures use my ear for a chew toy.

Thankfully, we have brave warriors out there on the ice fighting the battle to keep us protected. I am proud of the hard-working men who ensure our safety. They risk their own lives to maintain a civilized society void of savage attacks by cretins and creatures that have simply evolved as cold, calculating killing machines.

But, like the US military soldiers battling in Iraq, there are other hot spots full of tyranny that we need to eradicate as well. After these brave paladins control the dangerous, savage seal population, they should turn their attention and sharp axes towards other potential dangers...

Like butterflies. These devilish insects transfer pollen like a whore transfers disease. Any creature evil enough to carry spores from one entity to another needs to be controlled. We must wipe out any of these multicolored carriers of carnage at once.

And panda bears. The mask is a sure sign of evil. Like a robber in the night, these fur balls of fear hide in the mountains of China sharpening long bamboo skewers and preparing for what will undoubtedly become a savage attack on man. No one is safe... Did we not learn anything from our little tête-à-tête with the Viet Kong?

And meerkats. These burrowing little underground death machines are organized and have a complex military that includes centuries standing guard, intricate warning signals, and a plan. Hakuna Matata, my ass! We'd better smash their demonic little skulls before they team up with our domestic squirrels and all hell breaks loose. Stop them before the nuts they gather for winter are your own!

And after our fearless, club weilding heroes wipe out the seal pups, pandas, and every last smirking dolphin, we should focus on those creatures that live among us and have already infiltrated our trust and our homes.

I for one, will be watching my dog verrrrry closely...

10 comments for this post


So simple when you put it that way... We're sooo doomed...


Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2010  

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Posted on Monday, September 20, 2010  

Savage Posts..
Thank you for the post...

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Posted on Sunday, September 26, 2010  

the seal looks so cute..who doesn't wanna go near...well perhaps that might be the finest weapon given by almighty for its survival..

Posted on Wednesday, October 13, 2010  

I don't understand this article. Why you are saying that baby seals are killers. They are so adorable and harmless. People are beasts, because they are killing them for fur! All animals noted here are not savage beasts at all!

Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010  

Wow all I can say is that you are a great writer! Where can I contact you if I want to hire you?

Posted on Tuesday, December 07, 2010  

Good Afternoon

Looking forward to your next post

Posted on Wednesday, December 08, 2010  

Thanks for this post :)

Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011  

Nice post you got here.

Posted on Tuesday, November 22, 2011  
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