We had an interesting week around here at the headquarters of The Blurb. A bunch of girl reporters started hanging "Save the Seal" signs all over the hallways. There was even talk of boycotting digital fish sticks here at CyberMiddle.
You see, they stumbled on a current event that takes place in Canada. Apparently, there is a seal hunt every year. Men literally beat cuddly little seals with clubs, spilling their blood across the frozen winter’s snow. The website that they were looking at stated that over 330,000 seals are killed each year in "the largest slaughter of marine mammals on the planet."
We found another article, though, that was far less biased, presenting both sides of the story. Now we’re wondering whether or not seal hunts of any size are acceptable.
Here’s what we’re thinking:
What do you think? Be sure to leave us a comment…
Melvin the Chicken Hunter and Bam Bam Bigelow