Entertainment Weekly posted today about an alternate version of the Season 3 finale of The Walking Dead that didn’t make it to air. Personally, I prefer it the way it ended up happening. Check it out for yourself here:
The zombie apocalypse may be looming after all: The monster fad is about to invade your kitchen.
From the publishers of Fifty Shades of Chicken comes The Snacking Dead: A Parody in a Cookbook
(Oct. 29) a parody-within-a-cookbook featuring recipes and food photography of 50 eerily delicious finger foods. Not only is the recipe book stuffed with snack ideas such as Guac and Load Guacamole, Sticky Ribs, and Cold-Blooded Ice Cream Sandwiches, it also shares tips for cooking in tricky and direful situations and features a zombie story in addition to the photos and snacks.
This exclusive cover art may look more gruesome than appetizing. But if the walking dead do ever plague the world, some snacking secrets may come in handy so you don’t become one yourself.
The Snacking Dead by D.B. Walker (see what they did there?) is on sale this October.
Norman Reedus defends animals in laboratories, calls for cosmetics test ban in US
The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus has joined Cruelty Free International to support the organization’s work to ban animal tests for cosmetics in the U.S. and around the world.
Norman Reedus said: ‘Scores of countries around the world are beating the U.S. to become cruelty-free by banning cosmetics tests on animals. Nobody wants rabbits or guinea-pigs to suffer for our vanity, least of all the animals. Let’s stop their suffering right here, right now. Join me in supporting the Cruelty Free International call to Congress and the FDA to bring an end to animal testing for cosmetics in the U.S.’
Norman Reedus joins Cruelty Free International celebrity supporters Sir Paul McCartney, Joss Stone, and Global Ambassadors Ricky Gervais and Peter Dinklage.
In March 2013, animal tests were banned for new cosmetics sold in all 28 countries in the European Union including the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy and France, making it the most rigorous far-reaching animal testing ban in the world. This significant historical milestone was achieved after over twenty years of campaigning by Cruelty Free International’s founding organization, the BUAV. Countries around the world are following suit – Israel has a ban on animal tests for cosmetics and India is likely to set down rules banning this cruel practice in the near future.
Despite progress in some areas, over 80% of countries around the world still allow animal tests for cosmetics, including the U.S., Australia, Korea and Japan. Some countries, including China, actually require animal tests before products can be sold there.
Cruelty Free International Chief Executive, Michelle Thew, stated: ‘We are delighted that Norman has joined our mission to end cosmetic tests on animals worldwide. Norman is using his voice on behalf of the countless animals who suffer in laboratories in cruel and outdated tests for consumer products. It is vitally important that the U.S. moves with the times and protects animals from unnecessary tests by embracing modern, non-animal science. Please visit http://www.crueltyfreeinternational.org to see what you can do to help animals today.’
Cruelty Free International is the only organization campaigning for a global ban on animal testing for cosmetics. It works with governments, regulators, companies and partner organizations worldwide and has placed the issue of animal testing on the agenda of many governments for the very first time as part of its global work to end product tests on animals. With offices in the UK, the USA and Singapore, Cruelty Free International is applying its determination and vision to repeat its success in Europe worldwide.