Do Animals Take After Their Countries?

animals take after countries

“Similar to the invasive nature of the Asian Carp, the Chinese Government first occupied Tibet in 1949 and has since murdered over one million Tibetans. They have destroyed over 6,000 sacred temples and have imprisoned and tortured countless thousands of innocent Tibetans.”

Company Spearheads “Wellness Breaks” For Non-Smokers


Smokers worldwide get paid breaks in which to increase alertness and calm their nerves. Meanwhile, non-smokers put in extra work without the option to naturally accomplish the same thing. “But now I get to stand right next to my cigarette friends for a few minutes and practice some deep breathing techniques,” said Shawn, “I don’t mind the second-hand smoke, as long as they don’t mind my second-hand chi as it emanates throughout the smoking area.”