A nonfiction video about pets in heaven as seen from a childs point of view.
“What is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, man would die from a great loneliness of the spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts, soon happens to man” -Chief Seattle
LIONS= 35,000 and going down.
TIGERS= 4,000 and going down.
HUMANS = 6,680,000,000 and going up.
I wish we could split the planet in half and those that don’t care could have part and those of us who are willing to work and sacrifice to make the planet a better place for future generations could have ours. But life doesn’t work like that.
Some would go to a great museum like the Field Museum and have a great time; I go and become more cynical
I find it interesting how we treat our wildlife. And see it as a reflection at times of how we treat each other.
We tell the locals to protect the lion in Africa, meanwhile any westerner with enough money can trophy hunt it, or eat them in a fancy restaurant in America.
The Tiger is endangered and finally seeing protection in India, yet still falls to poachers due to the Asian medicine market, or as we saw last year in Dallas, Texas can be owned as a pet (where they are not endangered) and shot and killed with little laws protecting it.
Wildlife groups go to court using time and money to protect wildlife, as other agencies fight to get them taken off of list for various reasons. Wildlife conservation is a mess.
The human situation is another mess, where just in my lifetime the population has doubled. Have we evolved twice as much, or are we twice as happy? I doubt it.
The poor are having multiple children putting themselves in a bigger financial hole, and the wealthy go through resources like there’s no tomorrow. I see people complain about the environment as they load their super strollers holding four kids and one in each arm into their mini van.
Some interesting sites:
The One Campaign:
The -1 Campaign:
This is a fragment of an unusable interview I did for a documentary.
I uploaded it to show why a fluffy microphone cover, or "dead cat", is generally a good idea on outdoor shoots.
Since she bought her rambling fixer-upper of a house, Jacobia Tiptree has gotten used to finding things broken. But her latest problem isn't so easily repaired. Along with the rotting floor joists and sagging support beams, there's the little matter of the dead man in Jake's storeroom, an ice pick planted firmly in his cranium. Not much happens in her tiny Maine town, but that's about to change. Jake's unknown guest turns out to be local boy turned billionaire Threnody McIlwaine. When Jake's best friend, quiet and dependable Ellie White, confesses to the murder, cops and journalists swarm into the snowbound Eastport. Jake smells a cover-up, and begins poking into past history between McIlwaine and Ellie's family. But someone doesn't like nosy neighbors...and Jake's rustic refuge may become her final resting place.
TRUTHFULLY IT'S ABOUT ANIMAL SAFETY NEAR FREEWAYS AND TRAFFIC INTERSECTIONS.
KEEP YOUR PETS ON A COLLAR ALWAYS.THANKS ROD LEWIS 2011
A Dutch artist turned his dead cat into a flying contraption, calling it "The Orvillecopter".
Brett finds his pet cat Fluffy.
GG the cat explains ability to communicate with humans via Feline Telepathic Transmission and continues to describe/show athletic super cat abilities as "Bat Cat". This leads to self-described dominance over the human race. Cat humor with music underscore & dialogue.
Cats are really horribly clever and tremendously lazy. Poor man just thought it's dead, but it's sleeping and the reaction he just gave was something too funny to look at.
This cat definitely looks 'dead' asleep! Kinda what a human would do after they come back home from a 12-hour shift at the office!