~ The truth is extreme. To make it moderate is to lie ~ I never saw you, but I know you. I never touched you, but I feel you. I never met you, but I miss you. I know you're gone, but I won't forget you. I couldn't save you, but I fought for you. I am an Animal Defender and always will be...
Alice Arrival Date 23rd September 2005 Story On the 23rd of September 2005 Alice entered our lives. She arrived in the back of a trailer driven by her previous pig farming owner. This one time factory farmed pig had recently become a movie star, playing the mother of Wilbur in the Paramount Pictures production of E B White’s classic "Charlotte’s Web". Alice was to be allowed to retire in ‘wonderland’. All Alice had ever known was confinement, save the hours she spent on the movie set. Tentatively she stood in her trailer and took a step out onto something so foreign to her, yet so natural for a pig, solid earth. The pig farmer uttered , "That’s the first time she has eaten grass". Alice sure knew what to do with it, the same as she knew the earth was for rooting and the straw was for making a bed in. Rashes and sores on her side and rear end said they had never known the softness of anything other than concrete. Her sagging teats [...]
Before the Riot: 2,110-megapixel photo of the crowd of 100,000 fans at the Vancouver Canucks Fan Zone along Georgia St. for Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.
Patrice H.'s insight:
Reconnaissance de visages dans une foule.
Voici une foule avant une émeute à Vancouver. Placez votre curseur n'importe où dans la foule et double cliquez quelques fois et ensuite utilisez la molette de la souris pour agrandir.
Cette photo fut prise par Port Moody et a paru au Tri-City News le 24 juin. Vous pouvez vous diriger sur un visage avec une clarté incroyable. Ça fait peur. Vous pouvez voir parfaitement le visage de chaque personne. Et il y en avait des milliers. Essayez d'imaginer ce que les services de police et militaires ont à leur disposition. Si c'est au Canada, c'est partout !
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