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Song Parodies -> "Mr Growley"

Original Song Title:

"Mr Crowley"

Original Performer:

Ozzy Osbourne

Parody Song Title:

"Mr Growley"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

Looking after a couple of cats at the moment.. After being woken up by a hungry cat making odd noises this morning, I called him "Mr Growley" & the rest pretty much wrote itself
Mr. Growley, will you get off my bed
Oh, Mr. Growley, do you want to be fed?
Your behaviour suggests you are hungry
And not eaten for days
But I fed you this morning, you monkey
Yeah, one of those feline clichés

Mr. Furry, who will scratch if provoked
Mr. Purry, more content being stroked
Is it pussycat adolescence
Makes you grumpy this way
And leave the most pungent of presents
In your kitty litter tray

Mr. Growley, where did you find that mouse?
Mr. Growley, the one you brought in the house
My floor has been littered with corpses
And some just *nearly* dead
Birds and small rodents and waspses
Lying there without their heads

What have you done with their heads?
l want to know where's their heads
I want to know, I want to know where's their heads, yeah

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Protect your pets - October 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Phil Alexander - October 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Here we go again.. got any actual evidence? You know, like stuff that diesn't rely on Seralini's exploded bit of biased "research" for its references?
Nogen4ne1 - October 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Shut your gob you Monsanto puppet!
Phil Alexander - October 14, 2015 - Report this comment
Change the record, please: you do realize that so far all the links from the previous parody which claimed to show damage caused by GMOs, like the one above were based on the same bit of research, something so dishonestly reported that Seralini's GMO-fed rats actually had lower levels of tumours than the control group (not that he used enough to draw any significant conclusions, anyway). Yet some people are so obstinate and obdurate that they repeat ad nauseam the same blatant lies, and go on to ad hominem because they simply don't have anything of substance to post. I'm not a "Monsanto puppet", only a truly blinkered idiot would think so. I just don't believe that repeating lies somehow makes them true.
References - October 14, 2015 - Report this comment
RESOURCES FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC (from the book “Seeds of Deception” by Jeffrey M. Smith) The Bioscience Resource Project – The only free public-interest science media for food and agriculture. Provides high-quality and original news, research and analysis of topics where the science of food and agriculture impact on human health and the environment. Especially relevant are their critical scientific analyses of GMO risks. GM Watch – A news and research service founded in Norfolk, UK in the spring of 1998 to report on the growing concerns about genetic engineering. Organic Consumers Association – A grassroots non-profit public interest organization which deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, corporate accountability, and environmental sustainability. True Food Network – A resource that you can come to for information and, most importantly, a place you can come to take action regarding GE foods. GE Food Alert – A coalition of seven organizations united in their commitment to testing and labeling genetically engineered food. Friends of the Earth GMO campaign pages – The U.S. voice of an influential, international network of grassroots groups in 70 countries. Friends of the Earth has for decades been at the forefront of high-profile efforts to create a more healthy, just world. Genetic Engineering Action Network – A diverse network of grassroots activists, national and community non-governmental organizations (NGOs), farmer and farm advocacy groups, academics and scientists who have come together to work on the myriad of issues surrounding biotechnology. The campaign to label genetically modified foods – Mission statement: To create a national grassroots consumer campaign for the purpose of lobbying Congress and the President to pass legislation that will require the labeling of genetically engineered foods in the United States Say No to GMOs! – This site offers extensive information on the complex and controversial issue of genetic engineering. Organic Trade Association – The OTA is the membership-based business association for the organic industry in North America. The OTA’s mission is to encourage global sustainability through promoting and protecting the growth of diverse organic trade. Gene Traders – A new and comprehensive collection of research and essays on biotechnology.
Phil Alexander - October 15, 2015 - Report this comment
With all due respect, what you've done is list a load of organizations. Given that you're unwilling to say who you actually are, I don't know if it's the same "you" as has posted the various bits of misinformation, but if you're claming harm from GMOs an appropriate reference would be something that actually shows (or ideally proves) harm from GMOs. You've had lots of time, posted lots of links that don't and I don't believe that even those many organizations that you list can prove harm from even one GMO, let alone all of them generically.

If you had the slightest, tiniest amount of intellectual honesty, you'd admit that your whole argument is emotive, with no basis in fact whatsoever.
Free Humanity of GMOs - October 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Don't you know that the world's scientists that work on biotech have been hired to spread disinformation about safe GMOs in order to promote infertility? India has over a billion people and growing. So let's give them GM corn. Far from feeding the masses, the corn is engineered to counter Indian breeding. Same for the World population of over seven billion. Scientists realize this world cannot support a future doubling of the world population by the mid-21st century! So, giant Monsanto buys scientists to create GM birth killers while also buying global politicians to promote GMOs at home! These people are traitors to humanity. Ask yourself why Monsanto and other biotech firms discourage independent study and any claim to biological hazards with GM products. They can't afford public awareness. Phil, you are brainwashed. You accept Monsanto lies without reservation. You have never explained how almost half the world has bans on these toxic products except to say experts in those nations have been duped. I think they know better than you. You are in serious denial. Wake up!
Daniel - October 15, 2015 - Report this comment
What is this, GMO round two?
Phil Alexander - October 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Daniel, it appears so.

Thing is, that for all the conspiracy theories and litany of anti-GMO organizations, they still haven't managed to show there is any harm. If these things are as bad as they make out, it should be very easy indeed for the large numbers of these organizations to come up with some evidence, yet for all the asking, they still haven't. While absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, there comes a point where you have to think "surely they should have something to back up their polemic rhetoric by now?" But evidently not.

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