Are you even a real person? I can believe you are since your comments are so off the wall that I can even believe a human being would think what you do. You really think banning breeding is going to make certain breeds extinct? PLEASE! animal rights people? That what you think of those who want to close down inhumane breeders and pet stores who support that? I worked with animals shelters for 20 years and at no time were we attempting to adopt out feral dogs to anybody. Your statements are preposterous.
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“And at the end of the day, it’s a movie that has something to say,” Kaplan adds. “But if you want to accuse us of being whores, of being sellouts fine. We did what we had to do to make the satire work. I know. Actually it only two because I rambled on so long and got carried away playing with all the new art supplies I realized my video was too long to post on youtube (they give you a darn time limit). So i had to break it down into two videos.
Mike McKinney, chief of operations for the family business, said in a interview Thursday that the family decided to sell them because no one in the next generation, the fourth since the firms were started, wanted to take them on. Market conditions were also good, he said. The family saw multiple bids for both businesses..
BRAINYAC, now in its second year, is just one of the outreach programs designed to engage the local community and broader public in the Institute’s mission to advance the frontiers of scientific knowledge about neuroscience and the brain. Others include Brain Awareness Week, a global campaign to raise public awareness of brain research; NYC Regional Brain Bee, a competition that tests the neuroscience knowledge of high school students; Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach, a graduate student run organization that sends scientists into New York City classrooms; and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight lecture series and teacher scholar program. The lecture series, open to all, serves as the basis for a seminar series for New York high school science teachers to increase their scientific knowledge and bring their training back to the classroom in the form of lesson plans..