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It has been a long time since I posted. I can only apologise for that. I have had a lot going on, I’ve been really busy, and I needed to do some soul searching.

Since I last posted, I became a student studying BSc Hons Natural Sciences through The Open University, and I absolutely love it, although it isn’t without its difficulties. I hope to one day become a Marine Biologist, or at least that is the dream.

Also, while I was gone, I saw the comeback of Shenmue III. I really can’t wait for this release. I have played through the first 2 about 10 times! Bear in mind that my other half introduced me to Shenmue. Also, I finally got to see the release of The Last Guardian (I am a big fan of the Ico series).

Anyway, I will be posting an article very soon… I’m glad to be back!

CBS Miami

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Groups who want to free Lolita, the Miami Seaquarium’s lone killer whale, are claiming a victory after the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Marine Fisheries Services decided to include her under the Endangered Species Act.

This means she will now be considered endangered like her wild counterparts, but NOAA said this does not change Lolita’s care in captivity.

“This is not a decision to free Lolita,” said a NOAA official during a conference call on Wednesday.

“She’s not prepared to be released,” Miami Seaquarium curator Robert Rose , said “She’d die, without question.”

The Miami Seaquarium released a statement following decision saying Lolita will remain at the park.

“Lolita has been part of the Miami Seaquarium family for 44 years.  Just because she was listed as part of the Endangered Species Act does not mean that she is going anywhere,” said Andrew Hertz, General…

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Heather Matarazzo

Seriously? What the fuck is fuckable?? I don’t know if I can answer that question for you, but I can share my own experience.

When I was 19 or so, I was standing in a Starbucks in West Hollywood with a director, talking about the upcoming film we were about to shoot. It had been a long road, but we had finally made it. Waiting for our coffee, I could see that he seemed a bit uneasy. I asked him if everything was ok. He said yes. I didn’t believe him, so I asked him again. He looked at me and said “Heather, I’m sorry, we have to give your role to another actor. The producers don’t want you.” I didn’t understand. I had been attached to this project for two years, and now two weeks before filming, I’m being let go. I asked him why. He looked me dead…

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YouTube

Hi all

This is just a quick post to introduce mine and my partners YouTube channel. Please like,subscribe and spread the word. We will be posting all kinds of different things on there so keep an eye out. Please keep in mind that we are still in the process of introducing ourselves so there are only a few videos up for now.

 

Thank you

Triund Baba

#Triund Hill views…Dear Friends we seek your SUPPORT to END Slavery of #Dolphins and #Orcas beside other SeaLife and WildLife. 

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It’ll be really great if you sign and share this Petition of Richard O’Barry in his Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project

Sign the Petition here http://dolphinproject.org/blog/post/how-rude

This is about stopping SeaWorld form entering India

#SeaWorld has planned to open it’s branch in India and since most of us are not aware of #Blackfish and #TheCove..it is a good opportunity for SeaWorld but we don’t want any more of Circus things in India, we already have more of circus things..and Cetaceans are more Intelligent and social than Humans so at least they should be Live Free.

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Twofacedmother

If humans inhabited the seas, then it would be reasonable to keep Orcas as pets. But we don’t. 

No human can provide proper treatment for whales in captivity. Shut down SeaWorld. 

On the topic of cetacean mammals, sign this petition to stop the slaughter of Dolphins and porpoises in Taiji, Japan. 

Watch Blackfish and The Cove.

 Do your part. 

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Champions for Cetaceans

By Kirsten Massebeau Join us for the show! Call in and get involved in spreading awareness for dolphins!Dolphin Talk Radio’s second show entitled “Athletes Running for Dolphins” was a great success! Please have a listen! Just follow this link and learn more about these two great athletes and advocates for dolphins!

Shannon Richards of Tri for change on FacebookShannon Richards of Tri for change on Facebook making a difference for dolphins! 

Shannon Richards a third grade, teacher and triathlon athlete did a fantastic job of sharing her passion as she participates in grueling triathlons in support of dolphins in captivity. In her bio this is what she said: “I feel like I am just an ordinary person who wants to make the world a better place, like many of us do. I love being inspired by others, and I strive to inspire others to find their passions and fulfill them, no matter how silly or insignificant they may be. My passions are teaching, loving animals, and competing in triathlons. I got…

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Dragon Mother

Clearly a sensitive, compassionate soul, with a great gift for giving joy to others, Robin Williams apparently took his own life on August 11th 2014. RIP Robin Williams. Definitely one of those rare people who made the world brighter and more interesting. A great loss.

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KFOR.com

WARNING: This video may be upsetting for some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. 

A PSA posted to YouTube by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is making people think twice.

The video points out that obesity doesn’t happen overnight.

“You’ll get a shocking sneak peek into the future to see what life might be like for a child who carries unhealthy habits.”

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Metro

If we don’t see this lad competing on Got To Dance, there must be something wrong.

Nine-year-old Merrick may not be old enough to watch a 12A film on his own but he already owns the skills to rock a nightclub dance floor.

For the uninitiated, Merrick is not break dancing – he’s using a combination of popping and locking.

If only we could have danced as well as this guy, maybe school discos would not have been so awkward.

Then again, who says the timeless knee slide was not an impressive dance move for those couldn’t master the macarena?

(Picture: YouTube/John Dunham) How low can you go? (Picture: YouTube/John Dunham)

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