This is so disgusting. Coming from a non endangered species or not this is so wrong in EVERY WAY! People out right disgust me. why would you even begin to want to do this? BTW “bought this hide from another artist and used it for artistic reference” yeah fucking sick ass freak. Their life was worth ALOT more then yours will EVER be!
Wolves aren’t an endangered species in North America. In certain areas of their former range in the lower 48 they’re protected, in others they’re hunted in strictly controlled seasons, but they are extremely plentiful in Alaska and Canada and in certain parts of Canada they’re so prevalent that they’re in open season like coyotes. Predator control is a very important part of game management. Furthermore, once you start crying that “their life was worth more,” you wade into dangerous waters.
Because one could easily argue your life is also worth less than the thousands of animals you indirectly kill every year just by being alive (even if you’re a vegetarian.)
“Their life was worth ALOT more then yours will EVER be!”
Ok. For those of you unfamiliar with origami diagrams, dash-dash-dash lines mean valley fold (points away from you) and dash-dot-dash lines mean mountain fold (points towards you). For me, dot-dot-dot lines mean…
When “Pokemon” was first released in Japan, there was an odd phenomenon between children ages 7-12, particularly in those using headphones to listen to the sound effects. Increase of nosebleeds, irritability, insomnia, and addiction to the game, playing for hours and hours on end and crying to the point of vomiting when the opportunity was taken away.
Roughly 70% of these cases ended in suicide.
In almost every case of the aforementioned symptoms, despite gameplay time recorded to the limit of the internal clock, the game had not progressed further than “Lavender Town”.
A closer analysis of the game revealed a tone in the audio of the music for “Lavender Town” at a pitch undetectable by fully developed human ear drums. Within weeks every unsold copy of the “first edition” the game were recalled silently and the game was re-released with re-mastered audio for “Lavender Town”.
The widely known version is said to be missing three extra tones, as well as the unique, binaural tone of the first edition, although this is unconfirmed due to the rarity of working first edition copies; in the known few that remain, the internal clock and ‘battery save’ have all timed out and ceased function, and in many cases the game will freeze upon entering any battle.
The audio post above is the original file that was heard by these children.
lmao zal you didnt listen to the song before you reblogged this, did you