(TFTS) To anyone with love and respect for life: In New York there is a Japanese who sells bonsai-peas”. Sounds like fun huh? NOT! These animals are squeezed into a bottle. Their urine and feces are removed through probes. They feed them with a kind of tube. They feed them chemicals to keep their bones soft and flexible so the peas grow into the shape of the bottle. The peas will stay their as long as they live. They can’t walk or move or wash themselves. Bonsai-peas are becoming a fashion in New York and Asia.
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Hypercube Labs’ own weekly radio-show and podcast, Time for the Show, will reach it’s official one-hundredth episode this week. Broadcast live on freethinkradio.com
Everyone loves a sequel, especially when that sequel comes out twenty-three years after the original. If you haven’t seen the original film, it is about a magic board game that turns the lives of a few kids upside-down by turning their house into a jungle. It’s basically Home Alone with animals, as couches are shredded by lions and cars are stomped by elephants all-the-while Robin Williams plays a character who was trapped in the game decades prior and is now loose in the house and possibly rubbing his hairy person all over a shelf of Disney-themed knick-knacks.