- August 16, 2013 - 11:03
First off, you aren't sorry. If you ere sorry, you wouldn't argue the points of the letter...they are objectively true. Try actually being sorry once...it would help. Second, we get people to come here, at great trouble and expense, on the exact premise that it IS perfect here. The ads are wistful, beautiful, and deceitful. There is nothing real underpinning them whatsoever. If you sell a load of BS, you don't get to be sarcastic and pompous and declare that "no place is perfect" Guess what? They could have stayed home for that. This whole defensive, childish response to a letter (a very fair one, without one cheap shot or inaccuracy) exemplifies perfectly the entire truth of it......we are a pathetic bunch.
- Don II
- August 16, 2013 - 10:29
The truth hurts and the reaction is to abuse the messenger.
- August 16, 2013 - 09:05
Don't forget, this guy admitted to being a member of PETA. That means several things. First, since PETA uses lies, slander, hate speech, and faked video footage to create a false and offensive image of farmers, fur producers, pet breeders, and fishermen that they can then exploit for profit, this man approves that kind of dishonest exploitation of innocent workers. That'll tell you what kind of person he is. Second, PETA has found that Newfoundland, thanks to the seal hunt, is a very good place to carry out campaigns designed to get money and attention, and, as we see in other PETA campaigns, they will happily lie about anything. Don't forget, there are people out there who will believe the moon is made of cotton candy if you show them a picture of an animal that doesn't look happy. This is another PETA attention getting ploy, I doubt this guy was even here.