Some required reading for this post (Warning, Somewhat Disturbing):
Yes, I am aware the amount of free publicity I’m giving that site by posting that. Anyway, the general concept is “Miley Cyrus will return to Twitter, or I’ll eat my cat.” Now, I am not questioning the person’s right to do this. As they claim, this is a legal action that they can take in their area of residence. Nor am I questioning their idea; it is attention-grabbing, and, let’s face it, disturbing enough to want to drive someone to action.
I am questioning WHY one would expend an animal on such a trivial and superficial matter. So Miley Cyrus left Twitter. Is your life so empty that you need to constantly monitor the 140 character thoughts and actions made by a “teenage” pop-star?
This is an open question I propose to the author of the site. If I receive a response, I’ll inform everyone here.
Back to the matter at hand. Miley Cyrus is not worth expending a cat’s life on. National healthcare, sure. Deforestation of the rainforest, another good cause. Something in the arena for hot button topics, providing aid to war-torn countries, I could almost see something like this being worth, in a small degree. But, to do this for a singer who will probably be all but forgotten in ten or twenty years’ time? Nope, I’m not buying it. You, author, have wasted a fairly motivational idea on a worthless issue of pitiful quality.
And that’s all I have to say about that.
Let The Reason for “Miley Save Fuzzy” Die