Sunday, March 3, 2013

Bumping Posts - Highlighting Important Current Issues

Sometimes when I have post ideas swirling in my mind, I often list them out and try to draft them in an order that flows.  When I'm caught up I just post them as they come.   Since I've been behind so much lately, I had certain posts the were marked for writing immediately, my Churro Sheep post the one that comes to mind.  BUT then before I can get it written, I go to the Zoo and get bugged about something else and write it on the spot.  This happened with the Polar Day post.  I put it out there while Polar Day was still in the news, and when I did my Churro post last night, even tho I tweet the direct link, I feel like it may get lost and to me this is the most pressing situation because its one that can be changed NOW.   I should have written a new post that would follow the Polar Day ones, instead of using the draft that preceded it, but I brain faded and once comments were posted, it must stay where its at.  This all said, I want to use this post to BUMP up certain posts that I think should be top reading priority to anyone who is interested in the ISSUES at the San Francisco Zoo.

In regards to the Zoo Disrespecting (and misplacing) the Animals.
http://iamnotananteater.blogspot.com/2013/02/wakoda-says-what-bring-churro-girls.html

In regards to the Zoo Ignoring Visitor Abuse of Barriers and the Animals
http://iamnotananteater.blogspot.com/2012/11/breaching-barriers-at-san-francisco-zoo.html

Two Posts that detail instances in regard to the Zoo choosing Humans over the Animals that live there.
http://iamnotananteater.blogspot.com/2012/11/san-francisco-zoo-management-humans.html
http://iamnotananteater.blogspot.com/2013/02/chinese-new-year-2013-year-of-snake.html


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