Make a stand against Nestea’s cruel tea!
Nestea continues to test possible health benefits of their tea on animals, even though the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t require any of these methods. In fact, the US and European regulators have publically stated that animal tests aren’t sufficient to prove health claims about food and beverages.
The experimenters for this company inject mice with toxic chemicals to destroy insulin-producing cells that cause for the animals to develop diabetes. They then force feed them tea ingredients before killing them. In other experiments mice were force-fed the product then had their leg muscles cut open and were finally decapitated. That’s not all – mice have been bred to suffer from brain damage and rapid aging and were locked in dark chambers and given painful shocks to their extraordinarily sensitive feet before being killed. This list goes on and will most likely continue without your help.
Say no to Nestea’s CRUELtea by refusing to buy Nestea until its maker ends its deadly tea tests! Drink only cruelty-free tea such as Arizona, Celestial Seasonings, Honest Tea, Lipton, Luzianne Tea, Snapple, Stash Tea, Tazo, Twinings and many more.
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Doctors at a Moscow hospital did all they could, but it was not enough to save the life of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl winger Alexander Galimov.
Galimov, the only member of the Russian hockey team to survive the Yak-Service plane crash that killed 26 of his teammates, succumbed to his burns early this morning, raising the total number of fatalities to 44.
The 26-year-old forward, a member of Russia’s national ice hockey team, played right wing for Lokomotiv since joining the team in 2004.
KHL president Alexander Medvedev has made the rebuilding of Lokomotiv a top priority, calling for a disaster draft to shore up promoted youth team players with volunteers from other league teams.
Galimov’s death leaves flight crew member Aleksandr Sizov as the crash’s sole survivor. Technical issues and pilot error are being considered the likely culprits, but the official investigation has yet to conclude.
Minimalist poster created from a single drop of red ink, by Lucas Krull. All proceeds go to relief efforts in Japan.
Brazilian art director Lucas Jatobamoved to Sydney at age 29 and has loved every minute of his time spent Down Under.
When he turned 30, Jatoba decided to celebrate by returning the favor, so he went around town giving 30 gifts to 30 strangers and filming their reactions.
Nicki Minaj & Anna Wintour @ Oscar de la Renta S/S 2012
The Oscar show was nothing short of a work of art. Not to mention it was flocking with celebs! Rachel Zoe, Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj, Ashley Olsen, Barbra Walters, and the list goes on and on!