Thursday, May 2, 2013

More Crap And It Doesn't Even Go In Your Yap!

So just the other day the cat was hopping around at his bay and he came across something not so neat. That once more curled his feet. And guess what? It is once again at almost every hut.

Newsflash for one and all!
Fire retardants DO NOT help what so ever at your hall.
That is right,
Don't blink when it comes into your sight.

For it is sadly true.
Instead they harm you.
Polar bears have had it detected in their blood,
And they aren't even around to play in the retardant mud.

But who cares about them right?
They are losing the global warming fight.
Man has better things to do,
Like pollute and stick them in a zoo.

Yet guess what else it does?
Just following my rhyming buzz.
Fire retardants in clothes, baby products, couches and beds,
Go right to your friggin heads.

Sealed or not,
They feck you up a whole lot.
But they only cause cancer, reproductive issues, thyroid trouble and lower IQ.
That isn't such a bad thing to do?

After all you eat organic food.
That saves you from such attitude.
As you avoid the pesticides in that.
Oopsy, you sit on the couch and wade in a pesticide vat.

The same family of chemicals are used.
Are you confused?
That's what happens with a lower IQ.
As more chemicals wade inside you.

And it all came,
From the tobacco company game.
Yep, they got a bad rap,
As cigarettes proved to be a fire trap.

So they planted a guy,
Paying him 200 bucks an hour, no lie,
Inside a newly formed fireman's association.
Then he removed the cigarette fixation.

By making flame retardant the new big thing.
It will sooooo protect you at your wing.
PFFFFT to that,
It burns just as well at your mat.

Meanwhile those flame retardant pjs you put on your kids,
With their ever so cute lids,
Are poisoning them every night.
Still think flame retardant is right?

The cat just thought you would want to know what is going on right under your nose at your show. Don't believe me? That is alright at my sea. Just click here and all will be just as clear. People need to take the damn blinders off their face and start using that empty space. For all are being poisoned in mass, which just disgusts my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

98 comments:

  1. It's pretty amazing the things that are acceptable in products we use every day.

    I didn't know about the fire retardant, and of course every pair of pj's the kids own boasts of being fire retardant.

    Happy Thursday to ya. :)

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    1. Rosey, Rosey, Number 1
      She's the best under the sun.

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    2. Poor Hank, three days in a row he's a no show

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    3. Yeah something many aren't aware
      At each lair
      The effect can be a pain
      Literally boarding the chemical train

      Poor Hank is really off his game
      Losing his Number 1 fame

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  2. Yes, people need to take the damn blinders off..amazing stuff here, thank you for sharing.

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    1. That they surely do
      But so many stink their head in the sand and refuse to

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  3. i think it might be easier to list things that are safe for us!

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    1. Is there such a list now a days?

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    2. I'm afraid it would be blank

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    3. Ummmmmmm not very easy to do
      I can barely think of one or two

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  4. Always something at your zoo
    rather disturbing news
    please don't light a fuse
    all is not as it seems
    commercialism..
    so read your labels
    at your tables
    read between the lines
    for the sake of mankind...
    and our animal friends
    who are at the mercy
    of consumerism
    hidden agenda's
    buyer beware
    let's save the bears..

    Bright Blessings to all in your halls - National Prayer Day here in the US..



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    1. Yeah you never know
      What will show
      Wait until tomorrow
      As I give a low blow
      Yeah have to read between the lines
      Even when buying food for felines
      Never knew there was such a day
      But there may be a bug or two at my bay
      So blessings to them too,
      As I step on them with my shoe? lol

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    2. stepping on bugs
      on your rug
      Hmm maybe you
      Need a hug
      but, some of those bugs
      are nasty creatures
      with scary features
      I'd rather get bit
      By a love bug (laughi

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    3. Oops laughing seems I was cut off in a laugh

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    4. hahaha actually there is no need
      To step on them at my feed
      For if they crawl along
      The cat eats them up like king kong
      Nice with the love bug too
      Sadly that one never enters my zoo

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  5. That is pretty damn disgusting actually, as if food wasn't bad enough

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    1. Couldn't agree more
      Disgusting what you find when you explore

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  6. You can try, but you really can't get away from all the toxins and additives that are in everything around us. I have stopped wearing deoderant and instead use the aluminum free baking soda. For me it works well. Not sure if it would work for a heavy sweater.

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    1. I'm knitting a "heavy sweater" right now.
      nyuck, nyuck, nyuck

      Seriously, I listen when you speak the truth.

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    2. Yeah hard to get away from it all
      But big difference between wading in it at your hall
      And having it out and about
      As one usually spends more time in than out
      That sounds bad
      I'd just like to add lol

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  7. Someone else posted about the flame retardant pajamas for kids and never knew there was such a thing. (I don't have kids so I have an excuse.) I wonder if learning disabilities can be linked to such chemical exposure?

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    1. Never knew there was until the other day
      Here at my bay
      And I bet it surely can indeed
      As it is just one of many all are exposed to at their feed

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  8. I saw this too. Read up on it and I can say it is true, it all seeps into you. Hand me downs don't look so bad now.

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    1. Yeah hand me downs seem the way to go
      Just wash them good at your show

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  9. I see your soapbox out in sight
    What you say gives quite a fright
    People are so unaware
    It's their life but do they care?????
    It's bromides, bromides, remember that word
    Do some research, be a nerd
    It's in fire retardants all the way
    Do some research, what does cat say?

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    1. You have that word engrained in my head
      Thankfully Canada doesn't let bromide cause dread
      But the back ass wards US doesn't care
      They just want to charge a great big hospital fare

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  10. Those PJ's were all the rage when my kids were little but I rarely bought them because they were new and scratchy. Thank Gawd for good ol' cotton Carter PJ's!!!

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    1. Yeah the better ones they are
      Hell prob better off using tar

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  11. gotta love it
    anything to boost sales and shove it
    down your throat, though with cancer you might choke
    its no joke the games they play,
    and us ignorant without a say
    but we buy it every day

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    1. Shove it is the right word
      As they flip all the bird
      And just try and get away with their crap
      Treating all like a sap

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  12. Pretty disgusting, isn't it?
    All for their big money pit.
    Don't care at all about people and their health,
    they just want to expand their wealth.

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    1. Yep that is all it is
      A big money biz
      Crafty and cheap
      Make them nothing more than a big creep

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  13. Yes, yes, we need to make everything flame retardant. You know what else we need? We need to make people slightly more cancer proof, so they can spend more of their years smoking and lining big tobacco's pockets.

    I'm proud to say I've never smoked a single cigarette. Eat my ass, Philip Morris!

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    1. LOL surprised they haven't tried the cancer proof thing
      Pretending something really does it at ones wing
      And agree with you
      Never touched them at my zoo
      Not sure I want anyone eating my ass though
      But you never know

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  14. Right on bro! To fire retardants just say no. The world is going downhill, which is why I do all my shopping at Goodwill. How about natural fiber clothes? The don't burn like those plasticy ho's.

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    1. Yep they are a load of crap
      And should take the big dirt nap
      And natural fiber clothes
      Sure cause much less woes

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  15. Just another big biz bait and switch,
    These are the type of things that make me twitch.
    The lies they tell to make them look clean,
    While they kill the innocent as they dream.

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    1. Just trying to fool
      Those with a magic trick they think is cool
      All the while racking in the dough
      Not caring how much they make us glow

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  16. Thank you for trying to put a big dent
    in our being a corporate experiment.
    You'd think, in this modern day and age,
    folks would be a whole lot more sage
    but I fear it will take many more like you
    to clean up the mess in our big world-wide zoo.

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    1. Yeah you'd think the blinders would come off
      And more would surely scoff
      Instead they'd rather whine
      About what is on channel nine

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  17. so sad the polar bear global warming fight

    the ice went and took a flight

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    1. Yeah poor bears getting screwed over because of us
      But few seem to kick up a fuss

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  18. Another example of "If you've got enough money, you can buy most anything." Tobacco companies, and fire safety stuff... Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

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    1. Yep money buys all
      Even fake results at ones hall

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  19. So what is "ONE" to do?
    It takes more than me and you,
    to stop this terrible fate
    before it is way to late?
    Money speaks to well,
    and it tells us "go straight to hell!!!

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    1. Best we can do
      Is rant in view
      And hope to spur a few
      To tell them to stick it up their gazoo

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  20. Drat, another good idea up in flames!

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  21. Yikes, my tykes grew up in those poisonous things.
    Lucy from Lucy's Reality

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    1. Yeah kinda sickening to think about
      Those with the dough hold all the clout

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  22. They say ignorance is bliss
    So we can be blind to what's amiss
    I am guilty of this as well
    I need to open my eyes and listen to what ppl tell

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    1. Yeah ignorance sure isn't bliss
      As their ass one basically bends over to kiss
      Without even knowing it
      At their pit

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  23. Politically charged and calling foul
    Oh dear cat you make me howl
    Stating the obvious, making it clear
    Calling out scoundrels without any fear

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    1. Yeah no fear at all
      Here at my hall
      Will say what I want
      And sometimes even taunt

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  24. Thank you for spreading the word Pat. My girls don't wear regular pj's to bed often. Just shorts and tee shirts, but I will definitely make sure they aren't exposed to the fire retardant kinds when they get them from family members as gifts.

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    1. Yeah felt it should be spread
      So all this chemical crap doesn't get in ones head

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  25. orlin N cassie

    moms said her hazta bee care full with her commint ta day coz if her gets on her "animals that bee threatened and endangered" rant..... her will never shutz up....

    peace out, rock on, long live ...de amur leopard...de black rhino...mountain gorilla.....

    ~~~~~ de list bee two damn long :(

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    1. hahahaha I'm sure eventually her arms would her from typing so much
      So she may stop or get one of those speaking programs that can write anything from english to dutch

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  26. Blimey, I never thought of fire retardant like this. Being on fire seems to be the safer option.

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    1. hahaha that is funny and true
      As long as no burns come due

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  27. Dear Pat, I read your blog several weeks ago and then had to stop my reading of blogs due to a minor ailment. But now I'm back, thanking you for your rhyming words of caution. You are such a talented human being! Peace.

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    1. Ailments suck a ton
      Hope it went away and you are enjoying the sun
      And yeah caution should be had
      With fire retardant crap at ones pad

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  28. they're really selling fire retardant pajamas..? heck...never heard about this over here..so far...

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    1. Yeah more a US thing
      As they pollute the crap out of their wing

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  29. Definitely frightening fare
    Scary what they find out a bit too late
    leaving people's health damaged by fate
    instead of protected in their lair!

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    1. Yeah always seems to be the way
      Finding out too late at our bay
      When the damage is done
      Screwed a ton

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  30. Haha this is so true Pat, honestly I don't trust anything that I'm told which might either make me stubborn or paranoid. If Rhyme Tyme is all crap then it's good crap and that's a rap. Okay that was lame, I am out of the game.

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    1. haha the cat can pass gas
      So I guess there is some sort of ass

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  31. Wow! I did not know that. I'm glad my kids don't have fire retardant PJs!

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    1. Yeah not many people do
      Just saw it recently at my zoo

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  32. Wow...how to live now...
    Certainly, better to stay
    in your own skin
    bare-ly on your bay.

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    1. Yep sleep in the nude
      Although may annoy a prude

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  33. It's crazy how many poisonous substances there are in . . . well, everything, it seems.

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    1. Yeah every single thing
      Seems to have something poisonous in our wing

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  34. I am so appalled. Thank you for linking to this. I read the entire series. I can't believe these people can look at themselves in the mirror.

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    1. Prob with all their dough
      They got a carnival mirror that shows them someone else at their show

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  35. Money can convince the worlds population of anything. Like the food industry and it's additives -- no they aren't responsible for the health issues, the 'fat' issues -- of course not!

    Thanks for the heads up!

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    1. Yeah oh no
      They don't make the health issues grow lol

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  36. Tobacco companies have been shown to have sense of morality at all. The evil they have done....gets me steaming mad.

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    1. Yeah all in the damn of the buck
      For some fat schmuck

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  37. Excellent information, Pat. This is one of many "safety" features that are appallingly unsafe! Check out hazards of sunscreen if you really want some eye openers! :P
    tm

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    1. Damn just had a look
      More crap to avoid at my nook

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  38. I'll do the highland fling,
    Rather than the other kind,
    or my husband will be beside
    himself, for in our land he is King
    (not really but I tell him that...)

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    1. haha well at least you can pretend
      That is good enough in the end

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  39. That is some scary stuff & we don't need any of that. We don't need crap in our laps either. Its bad enough when it lands in the litter box!

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    1. haha yeah that is very true
      At least we don't have to scoop and leave that for the humans to do

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  40. why crappy food tastes so good :O
    and it seems like every nutritious food tastes crap :P

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    1. Not nessicarily though
      But yeah most of the time at ones show

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  41. cool rhymes you have! i'll keep coming back for more! :)

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  42. That is simply horrifying, I guess the Pyro from Team Fortress 2, walking around in a Asbestos suit 24/7 isn't too far from reality. Only difference you don't know it.

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    1. Nope not far off at all
      All will soon need one at their hall

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  43. Doesn't matter. These toxins may destroy my biological body but once cybernetic parts become commonplace I can just replace flesh with metal.

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    1. haha that is a good way to look at it
      I hope they don't need batteries to work a bit

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  44. You are right, Pat.

    xox jean

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  45. Yes, PFFFFT to that.
    They should jump off a flat.

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    1. That they should
      With there retardant hood

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