Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/28/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/28/2012Germany is about to outlaw sex with animals. The old law against bestiality was repealed in 1969, but a recent craze for barnyard romance plus the rise of animal “pimping” has made the new law necessary. Zoophile advocacy groups are protesting the government’s decision.

In other news, as a solution to its fiscal difficulties, the city of Detroit is considering dissolving itself and merging with the surrounding Wayne County.

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Nemesis said...

On the German reintroduction of bestiality laws; appeal the law put in place for an all too obvious reason and those who will take license from it being removed will do so.

But it has only taken the Germans 43 years to wake up to that very simple truth!

'Barnyard romance' indeed; love that description of a one way street liason!