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(AP)   Today's "227 animals removed from urine-soaked house" story brought to you today by Hesperia, California. Pigs quoted as saying, "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others"   (apnews.myway.com) divider line 61
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2006-05-11 05:10:07 PM
www.mortystv.com

But then where is Jackee going to live?
 
2006-05-11 05:33:11 PM
Nice Orwell Reference!
 
2006-05-11 05:40:43 PM
Hesperia, another one of Southern California's shiat holes.
 
2006-05-11 06:45:12 PM
Kudos submitter!

4 legs good. 2 legs betttttter.
 
2006-05-11 06:45:40 PM
FOUR LEGS GOOD, TWO LEGS BETTER !
 
2006-05-11 06:45:44 PM
my friends thought it was weird I read that book to my daughter in chapters as a bedtime story when she was a little kid.
 
2006-05-11 06:46:15 PM
jinx skinink :)
 
2006-05-11 06:47:04 PM
mcsestretch, damn you and your faster intarweb connection !
 
2006-05-11 06:47:26 PM
Today's "227 animals removed from urine-soaked house" story brought to you today by Hesperia, California. Pigs quoted as saying, "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others"

/There, fixed it for you
 
2006-05-11 06:47:47 PM
84 cats and 1 bird

/ that bird is lucky
 
2006-05-11 06:47:59 PM
wow submitter thanks for bringing back the horror of my 12th grade writing class.
 
2006-05-11 06:48:19 PM
Sign of the Apocalypse number 392: Drew Curtis read that book.
 
2006-05-11 06:48:27 PM
Sounds like the fixins for a perfectly good dinner party to me.

Mmmm, roasted guinea pig.
 
2006-05-11 06:49:51 PM
this article would be otherwise unremarkable, were it not for the Orwell reference in the headline.

/well played submitter...
 
2006-05-11 06:50:59 PM
ugh
 
2006-05-11 06:57:52 PM
It was unclear why the residents kept so many animals.

Because they are farking crazy? Just a guess...
 
2006-05-11 07:02:04 PM
Did I mention this happened today?

/submitter
//yay, second greenlight!
 
2006-05-11 07:02:08 PM
Just glad i live in south orange county, and not near ontario / hesperia / riverside / moval. All of those cities could have brought you this headline.
 
2006-05-11 07:03:22 PM
Stalin and Trotsky approve of this headline. Nice work.
 
2006-05-11 07:05:03 PM
Hurray for South OC, xseth. Me too.
 
2006-05-11 07:06:49 PM
And you can the first to own the Crazy Cat Lady Action Doll

i60.photobucket.com
 
2006-05-11 07:09:03 PM
South OC : North OC :: Basra : Bagdad

North San Mateo Co : South San Mateo Co :: Utopia : Heaven

/too complicated?
 
2006-05-11 07:11:27 PM
Expect a lot of farkers from the recent cat thread to receive similar headlines in the future.

/it's social bestiality
 
2006-05-11 07:17:47 PM
I thought it came from Rhody today?
Just eighty though - we think.
 
2006-05-11 07:19:26 PM
Still one of the best. Do yourself a favor and reread that book. Such a fluid read, so simple to "get" and yet the more you live in the states, the more its truths impresses you.
/as orwell-like things are orwellian, I aspire to someday be an adjective myself. whydoIlovethevikingsean does have a certain rhythm to it.
 
2006-05-11 07:25:09 PM
A house has got to be pretty darn "urine soaked" nowadays to be affordable.
 
2006-05-11 07:26:43 PM
Weasel3322 wow submitter thanks for bringing back the horror of my 12th grade writing class.
Not trying to be mean but im just showing how the times have changed
See i read Animal Farm when i was in 9th grade(currently in 10th) and we dont call it writing class but Literature/Composition
 
2006-05-11 07:28:14 PM
I wonder if Hesperia, CA is similar to Hesperia, MI...
 
2006-05-11 07:30:10 PM
Heh. I read Animal Farm in 7th grade and the class was called, of all things, ENGLISH.
 
2006-05-11 07:30:38 PM
Animal Farm is still a ninth grade book where I live.
 
2006-05-11 07:30:47 PM
Hehe. I don't know why that headline make me laugh so much.
 
2006-05-11 07:31:38 PM
rabble_rabble_rabble
Not trying to be mean but im just showing how the times have changed
See i read Animal Farm when i was in 9th grade(currently in 10th) and we dont call it writing class but Literature/Composition


Some states just have different curriculums. We read it in British Literature in 12th grade. Pretty sure it was also required reading in 10th grade for World Literature and maybe some time in middle school, too.
 
2006-05-11 07:31:41 PM
Nicely Done submitter!! Proper use of sick tag.
 
2006-05-11 07:34:01 PM
The High Desert certainly has no shortage of whackos...
 
2006-05-11 07:34:26 PM
I'm just glad this didn't happen in my town, Ridgecrest, just like hesperia, but a bit north on 395.
 
2006-05-11 07:35:43 PM
unfortunately, I used to live there.


/not the house, the town
//and yes, Mutt, it is a shiathole
 
2006-05-11 07:47:32 PM
Used to live there as well, and I concur with all the Hesperia bashing for the most part. Though I do get occasional weird desert cravings. Guess that can come with growing up in such an odd place. Some of the whackos were at least somewhat entertaining.

/Still glad to be out though.
//Go Pacific Northwest!
 
2006-05-11 07:55:22 PM
Hesperia sucks ass. My boyfriend's step-brothers live up there, and it's been funny to see the changes there over the past 7 years.

There's fools buying tract homes up there at $350,000 a pop with no yard. Just remember to bring your case of bud light, your meth-making kit, and your mangy pit-bull with you so you can fit in with the locals.

Hesperia makes Victorville seem civilized.
 
2006-05-11 07:56:05 PM
California's like a bowl of cereal: full of fruits, nuts and flakes.
 
2006-05-11 07:57:26 PM
I am such a proud graduate of Hesperia High. So glad I used the Air force to escape. I used to look forward to trops to San Bernardino.
 
2006-05-11 07:59:10 PM
Just remember to bring your case of bud light, your meth-making kit, and your mangy pit-bull with you so you can fit in with the locals.

I guess that answers my question!
 
2006-05-11 08:26:18 PM
You know, you could have used the term, "pee-pee-soaked heckhole."
 
2006-05-11 08:32:11 PM
ffffgfgf
 
2006-05-11 08:39:58 PM
I also would have accepted the use of 'plays the William Tell Overture on his windpipe' in the headline.
 
2006-05-11 08:43:58 PM
urine-soaked

Don't forget "faeces-smeared" while you're at it.
 
2006-05-11 08:47:21 PM
227 animals...were in "deplorable" condition from a home that reeked of urine, authorities said.

The final tally included 98 guinea pigs, 84 cats, 27 dogs, 14 rabbits, 3 potbellied pigs and 1 bird, Code Compliance Supervisor Tony Genovesi said Wednesday.

Two of the pigs had such severely injured hooves that they had turned them in and were walking on a higher point on their legs, officials said....

"they're breathing straight ammonia," said Susan Bradley, a kennel technician with the animal control department.

...Authorities previously visited the home in August 2004 and removed dozens of animals, Genovesi said.The residents will get back the ones they're allowed to own once the home is fit for their habitation, he said.


...The residents will get back the ones they're allowed to own once the home is fit for their habitation, he said.




wait, what? They are getting the animals back? wtf?

*head alsplode on so many levels*

/people who abuse animals should not be allowed to own them.
 
2006-05-11 09:43:36 PM
We read Animal Farm in 7th grade here in St. Louis. I was the only one in the class that "got it." Stupid biatches thought it was just a cute story about talking animals running their own farm.

/so much more.
 
2006-05-11 10:32:41 PM
haha nice orwell reference i just finished reading that book
 
2006-05-11 10:34:33 PM
"We protest the term 'Urine Soaked Hell-Hole' when you could have used the term 'Pee-pee Soaked Heck-Hole'"
 
2006-05-11 10:43:50 PM
CMFC0405

We read Animal Farm in 7th grade here in St. Louis. I was the only one in the class that "got it." Stupid biatches thought it was just a cute story about talking animals running their own farm.

hence the beauty of the book. It is not hard to read or understand, how deep you wish to read into it and think about it's implications is up to you.
 
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