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In article <m7ul06h92849fom9ur2jume7n447a39tdd(a)>, Die Wahrheit <diewahrheit(a)> wrote:
>On Thu, 03 Jun 2010 21:11:42 -0700, Paul Furman <>
>>mmyvusenet wrote:
>>> "Robert Coe" <bob(a)1776.COM> escribi� en el mensaje de
>>> noticias:e1db06dg8a1k2a9h35rt8bsjiead8ab9m0(a)
>>>> On Sun, 30 May 2010 16:13:36 -0500, "mmyvusenet"
>>>> <mmyvusenet(a)invalid.invalid>
>>>> wrote:
>>>> : Hello:
>>>> :
>>>> : In Lima, the winter is near, but today appeared strong sunshine, and
>>>> some
>>>> : took advantage of the moment, I took this photo:
>>>> :
>>>> :
>>>> :
>>>> : Thanks for your technical comments about photography.
>>>> There are few scenes in nature that convey total satisfaction like a
>>>> turtle
>>>> sunning himself on a log.
>>> Yes, and especially when It was cold in the days before.
>>Except that's not a log, but a scummy concrete cage.
>>What's the story with these?
>You forget something important. He's a devout christian. christians believe
>that animals have no souls.

Where do you get that idea???? Don't lump all christian sects together.

This means that they can give their animals any
>inhuman mistreatment that they want without fear of themselves ending up in
>hell. It's why all those bird photos of his show the birds' feathers torn
>out, and the tattered and chipped lead-painted cages that their wild-caught
>birds gnaw on in a desperation to escape their torture.
>The absolute irony in all of this: the ONLY animal in his photos that has
>no soul at all is mmyvusenet himself. His total lack of soul absolutely
>shows in every photo he has ever taken. I bet he never knew that his camera
>would reveal this about himself.