Friday, May 10, 2013

Animal testing. Why vital medicines and cures have to be tested on something.

Every now and then there's a story, or beat up, about companies testing their medicines, make up, or toiletries on animals.

So I ask this.

Do you want this stuff to be tested on humans instead?

How do you think we get vital medicines right?

How do you think they test whether a make up is going to ruin a woman's face?

I don't give a fat rat's arse if they test on animals.

We need those medicines and sure, we can go without make up, but what or who else would you bleeding hearts suggest we test on?

Rats and rabbits breed by the millions. They are vermin and ruin farms and crops. I don't care if rats and rabbits are used in scientific experiments if it means we are constantly going to have medicines and cures for diseases that can kill humans.

As for make up companies, I don't give a shit what they test their stuff on.

SOMETHING needs to be used so unless you bleeding heart activists want to put your hands up and volunteer for medical testing, go right ahead.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with you, much to the mortification of some of my more bleeding heart friends. I do believe that if alternative testing methods exist they should be used, but generally speaking I think humans come first when it comes to priorities.


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