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The Launch of Current Instincts

October 14, 2010

There’s been a lot of hubbub about the environment in recent years. Everyone is hopping on the “green” train from politicians to celebrities to non-hipsters. Almost everyone has an opinion about global warming, deforestation and every other environmental issue. Many of these people will sound very high-minded and kind of dickish when they tell you their opinion.

So everyone’s spouting off but you never hear the opinion of a very large group – members of the animal kingdom. This is ironic seeing as how they are the ones most directly effected. Do eagles really care if polar bears drown on ice floats? Maybe polar bears are assholes, you don’t know.

Well now you will. Current Instincts is the number one place (mainly because it’s the only place) where you can find out, first paw, what animals think about pressing environmental issues.

Think animals only care about environmental issues? Well you’re wrong, and very narrow-minded. Animals care about a lot of things. And you’re about to find out all of it, right here, on Current Instincts.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 24, 2010 10:43 am

    yeah,I just thought you might want to know that your blog is messed up when you view it on my iphone. I?m not sure if it has something to do with my phone?s browser or your website? just saying…

  2. October 24, 2010 11:46 am

    Strange this post is totaly unrelated to what I was searching google for, but it was listed on the first page. I guess your doing something right if Google likes you enough to put you on the first page of a non related search.

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