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news media have run reports to the effect that the internationally popular Hello Kitty character is not a cat but a little girl.Apparently the ridiculous false rumor originated with an anthropologist, most likely a cultural anthropologist, since I would expect a physical anthropologist to be able to recognize a dang cat.

We had previously contracted with an outside vendor to provide certain services for We received donations not only from all 50 states, but from 69 different countries around the world as well.We are truly amazed that our mission and our story have achieved such a wide audience, and that they have brought together so many people.Last night Julia sent me a link to a video of a Golden Eagle swooping down into a Montreal park, picking up an infant/toddler and lifting it several feet into the air before dropping it and flying off.Since then many on the Intertubes have declared the video to be a fake while others insist it could be real, but unfortunately many of the reasons given for it being a fake or for being real are misconceptions or inaccuracies.The notion of animals being elected to office has often been the subject of parody and folklore.

In 1817 Thomas Love Peacock's novel Melincourt featured an orangutan as a parliamentary candidate. Hall had a hit with a recording entitled "The Monkey That Became President" which considered a scenario in which said animal was elected to office. The Black Mirror episode "The Waldo Moment" explores the concept of a cartoon character electoral candidate.

The Go Fund Me team is in the process of releasing the donations directly to the company, where our controller will ensure the funds are allocated appropriately and our commitment to our donors is maintained.

To demonstrate our everlasting gratitude to all of you, our team has put together a short video to thank you for your support and attest to the importance of what you have helped us accomplish. COM COMMUNITY: WE NEED YOUR in Danger of Shuttering Dear Readers, Snopes.com, which began as a small one-person effort in 1994 and has since become one of the Internet’s oldest and most popular fact-checking sites, is in danger of closing its doors.

Many of you may be familiar with Ginny, the Schnauzer/Siberian husky mix whose life-saving skills were legendary.

When she was adopted from a shelter, she paid the good deed forward by seeking out and saving sick and injured feral cats.

That contractual relationship ended earlier this year, but the vendor will not acknowledge the change in contractual status and continues to essentially hold the web site hostage.