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  • No-Kill reality, misplaced blame & Nathan Winograd, Do you believe a lie?
    No-Kill reality, misplaced blame & Nathan Winograd, Do you believe a lie?
    I am fully aware that by posting the information as I have found it is not going to make everyone happy . I am not against or for anything except presenting the information that i found that makes the most logical sense to me as well as protecting...
  • r u kidding me
    Why would a shelter or rescue transport dogs when they had local adopters?
    Why would a shelter or rescue transport dogs when they had local adopters?If you watch the any news shows here in Los Angeles or even have a facebook then quite possibly you heard about the 44 puppies that were dumped at the East Valley Animal...
  • In-Flight entertainment
    Security expert successfully hacks plane through in-flight entertainment system
    We all love being able to enjoy our favorite shows while flying at 35,000 feet, and being able to connect to a Wi-Fi network on a plane can really help the time pass by, but a new exploit that uses the in-flight entertainment system has been found...
  • Las Vegas fire department under fire by American Medical Response
    Las Vegas fire department under fire by American Medical Response
    Las Vegas fire department paramedics are being accused of cherry picking calls and responding to the more upper class neighborhoods in Vegas. A research firm called Applied Analysis researched the data on emergency response calls in Vegas. Applied...
  • Cargo ships are huge but they usually only have a handful of crew members.
    Facts about cargo ships
    Cargo ships are massive vessels that are largely responsible for importing and exporting most of the goods from around the world. Given how many products are presently made in China, cargo ships are essential to trade. They are a far more cost...
  • Two tugboats
    Facts about tugboats
    Tugboats are interesting creations. They are small and strongly built vessels which are used to guide large oceangoing ships into and out of port. They can also tow barges, dredge and salvage equipment, and help disabled vessels (see video) get to...
  • Trucks can carry various kinds of cargo long distances.
    Facts about trucks
    Trucks are a central part of travel and trade in many countries. In the United States trucks—and the profession of truck driving or “trucking”—is somewhat glorified as being as being an integral working-man portion of the...
  • Private jets are a first class way to travel!
    Facts about private jets
    Private jets are often regarded as being symbolic of wealth and luxury. Considered to be the transport of choice for CEOs, country leaders and billionaires, private jets are held in high esteem by those who are fascinated by the ritzy side of...
  • Trains can occasionally be painted brightly.
    Facts about trains
    Trains are a great way to travel. Whether a quick subway stop to another part of town or a long-distance journey across a country (or countries), trains are an essential part of travel that have reshaped the way that many countries have formed. In...
  • Some buses are decorated with elaborate advertisements.
    Facts about buses
    Buses are among the most common kinds of transportation. From school buses to tour buses to city buses, every day millions of people use some kind of bus to get from one place to another. Buses are so central to many people’s commutes that,...
  • dog transport
    Transporting Dogs; Not the miracle fix you think
    Transporting animals from one shelter to another shelter in another city, state, or country is at its best a simple and fragmentary attempt at rescuing.This is not about good or bad rescues or transports. This is a general view of the rescue...
  • Bike share program
    Bike share growth - The new normal transport for big cities?
    Today, the majority of the world's population lives in cities, and this trend toward urbanization is expected to continue, according to the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP). By 2030, 6 out of every 10 people will live...
  • John on his last transport
    Goodbye John McCaulay: rescue dogs lose one of our own
    Porterville, CA: Not a ton of humans knew John McCaulay, but dogs all over the country do. John helped found Streets of Bakersfield volunteer transport group in early 2009. I got a call from Kern County shelter, one of the most high kill shelters...
  • Copenhagenize Index 2013
    US cities fail to make world top 20 index for bike friendliness
    Cycling advocates in the USA will be unsurprised to learn that cities here failed to make the top 20 list in the recently published Copenhagenize Index 2013 of bicycle-friendly cities, claimed to be the world's most comprehensive index of its...
  • Model Ship (not the one from Shipping Wars)
    'Shipping Wars' recap on A&E 'Tyrannosaurus Hex'
    On last night's episode of "Shipping Wars" titled, "Tyrannosaurus Hex," the first shipment up for bid on Uship.com was a model ship that took the maker ten years to build. It is six feet long and three feet wide, with a...