Tuesday, January 22, 2013

When Goats Attack




 seems unheard of, i know. while browsing photos of the handsome species that i am, i came across a story about a goat that killed a man. this story is old and there was a lawsuit to have the goat killed. i dont think a goat should die because stupid humans insist on mixing with us. sure we can be a dangerous lot but lions, tigers and bears, oh my, are dangerous and we aren't hunting down every single one of them. the fact remains that humans are dumb and animals always pay the price. bob boardman is dead and killing my kin is not going to bring him back. the park that klahhane billy(pfft, dumb name given by humans) lived in once decided it had too many of us living there. so they flew many of us back to our  native home but were going to shoot the ones leftover because they determined flying us was too dangerous. i think perhaps humans are too dangerous. they created the goat problem and their solution to too many of us is death. i think we should be able to overrun the world. if you would like to read this story then go here... http://blogs.seattleweekly.com/dailyweekly/2011/11/lawsuit_klahhane_billy_monstro.php

gerald the anti goat killing goat
sorry this post is rather rushed, im a busy boy today

3 comments:

Claire the Shepherdess said...

That is a tragic situation, Gerald. I am definitely against the killing of any goats. Humans have tunnel vision sometimes. They don't see the bigger picture, and it's a crying shame. Don't kill anybody, OK Gerald? Because then they'll come after you.

gerald majestic said...

well luckily i have never met anyone worthy of my majestic wrath.

gerald the pro life goat

Eric and Flynn said...

Humans cause all the problems then resort to killing to put it right.
About 60 miles from us is a place called The Valley of the Rocks and goats were introduced there many years ago and they live wild and keep the vegetation down. A few years ago the local council said there were too many goats and they wanted to cull 75% of them. They put them there in the beginning. Surely it was obvious they would breed if they were left to live their lives in the wild, and now the goats have to pay for the council's bad planning. There was uproar from the public and we don't know if the cull had been carried out.