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PC Games / Re: Left 4 Dead - Suprise Valve Zombie Game
« on: November 14, 2008, 06:21:59 am »
I pre-purchased this today ;D. i can not wait to get the full game.

Everything Else / Re: News for your Blues
« on: November 05, 2008, 04:28:44 am »
Horrifying dog torture video shocks police
Bruce Mckean Of The Mackay Mercury
22nd October 2008

HARDENED police officers have been shocked by the horrifying torture, mutilation and brutal slaying of a seven-month-old fox terrier puppy near Mackay at the weekend.

Two men, charged with the brutal killing, entered no pleas when they fronted a Mackay court yesterday.
They are due in court again today.
If found guilty, they could face up to two years in prison.

The incident is alleged to have happened in the mining community of Moranbah, west of the central Queensland city.
Police have obtained video footage from a mobile phone which shows graphic images of the puppy yelping and howling in terrible pain as it hacked to pieces.
Animal rights experts have described the case as one of the worst and most horrific in Australian history.

Police will allege that a pair of garden shears and a pocket knife were used to torture and kill the little puppy.
Moranbah police said the dog was a family pet.
They said the owners were too distressed to talk to anyone about it.

The dog's nose was cut off, its front right leg and rear left leg were cut off and it was decapitated.
Police will say the dog was stolen from a residence in Railway Parade in Moranbah and was taken to a lookout in the town.
Congealed blood and dog hairs were found on picnic tables at the lookout.

A three-part video series on a mobile phone shows the dog being tortured.
The final stages of the video show the dog's mutilated body parts.

The dog's body was found about 3.50am on Monday near the town's campdraft ground.
It was dumped beside a road.
It is believed that a car crashed into a fence at the campdraft grounds and police were checking if anyone was injured when they discovered the dog's body.
After seizing the mobile phone, police recovered a set of garden shears which had dog hair and blood on them.
Police also took possession of the clothes worn by two men in the car, for scientific testing.

"Senior police officers were visibly shaken after viewing the footage. Police and the RSPCA say that if the allegations are true, this could well be the worst case of animal cruelty ever brought before the courts in Australia," RSPCA's Queensland Chief Inspector Michael Pecic said.
"This is very, very disturbing," Mr Pecic said.
"For legal reasons this is really all I can say at the moment. But when you talk to senior police officers who have seen a lot of carnage in their time and they say it shocked even them, then you begin to get the picture."
Footage from the attack has been suppressed by police until the outcome of the court case.

The maximum penalty under the Animal Care and Protection Act for such an offence is $75,000 or two years in jail; however the maximum penalty ever handed out has been a four month jail term.
Recent incidences of senseless animal cruelty have staggered even the RSPCA, with cases increasing in prevalence and severity.
The two men, aged 20 and 24 were charged in the Mackay Magistrate's Court with stealing a dog, wilfully and unlawfully killing it, wilfully damaging a gate, and unlawful possession of marijuana, all at Moranbah on Monday.

Please sign this petition and pass it on to anyone and everyone you can so we can help to see these monsters get the maximum sentence possible for what they did to Peanut. It will be presented to the court before the hearing on November 17 2008. The goal is for a hundred thousand signatures.

Spore: Sporepedia Exchange / Re: Skullbyss's Zoo of Beasts
« on: October 14, 2008, 06:45:39 pm »
Tropical Chirp Runner

Two Tusk Brute

Armored Moo Cow

Spore: Sporepedia Exchange / Skullbyss's Zoo of Beasts
« on: October 12, 2008, 09:35:39 pm »
Here are the first bunch of beasts



















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