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FoTW My piece last week on a chance encounter with the film Cockfighter didn't go down to too well with one anonymous animal lover.

Hiding behind the safety of a Tor Exit Router, the evidently unhappy bunny flamed away:

For promoting cockfighting, I hope Lester Haines entire body gets riddled with cancer and dies a slow and horrifically painful death.

Well that's charming. Your humble hack is aware of the dangers of falling foul of the whale-hugging brigade, and has accordingly cancelled a forthcoming major event that would have injected some much-needed cash into the moribund Spanish economy.

It's a real pain, because I'd already had the posters printed:

Our promotional poster for an anaconda versus badger cagefight

Any reader who needs an anaconda, a badger, 20 chihuahua puppies and a tankful of piranha, drop me a line. ®

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