AR-News: (MN-US) "Garage Logic" show makes fun of animal suffering
skyblew4 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 2 11:01:30 EST 2004
St. Paul, MN - January 22, 2004
On Thursday, Jan. 22, on Joe Soucheray's radio show
"Garage Logic" the topic of the "cowboy monkey",
Whiplash, who appears in Dodges Worlds Toughest
Rodeo was discussed. This show airs on KSTP AM 1500 in
Minnesota and can also be heard over the internet by
going to: http://www.garagelogic.com/onthenet.htm
A caller called in to the show and reported seeing an
incident in which the monkey (in full costume) was
tied to the back of the sheepdog he rides when another
small dog showed up on the scene. The sheepdog took
off after the small dog with the monkey on his back.
The small dog ducked under a car and the sheepdog
followed. They could hear all sorts of banging
sounds as the monkey was struck repeatedly by the
undercarriage of the car. When the sheepdog emerged,
the monkey had lost its cowboy hat and his chaps and
there was blood running down his face.
Joe and his co-host, Rookie and the caller who told
the story were all laughing hysterically. The caller
reported that when the monkey next showed up for
"work", his head was wrapped in bandages. More
laughter followed this revelation.
Joe also bashed PETA several times during the show
telling viewers that PETA is "not for the animals".
Please write or call the radio station on which this
aired and let them know that animal suffering is NOT
funny and animals should never be used for
The station can be reached at:
3415 University Ave
St. Paul, MN 55114
Phone number:</b> 651-647-1500
E-mail:</b> feedback at am1500.com
Joe can be reached at:
E-mail:</b> GLJoe at am1500.com
Fax Joe at: 651-649-1515
You can also call in to Joes live radio show (on air
Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
Central Standard Time) by calling:
Talkline: 651-646-TALK (8255)
Toll Free: 1-877-615-1500
(I believe that the way it works is when you call in,
you will hear the show as it's being broadcast. You
listen to this and hold until they answer your call.
I do not know if they screen callers beforehand.)
Please feel free to publish this alert in any
newsletters or to forward it to any groups or e-mail
lists you belong to.
Thank you for caring!
For the animals,
Skyblew4 at aol.com
"The squirrel that you kill in jest, dies in earnest."
- Henry David Thoreau
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