March for Science :

Anti-conservation members of Congress are attacking our nation’s most rare and imperiled wildlife. Speak out!

Congress, in its wisdom, passed the Endangered Species Act as a safety net to ensure that our actions do not cause the extinction of other native species with overwhelming bipartisan support. I stand with the vast majority of Americans in support of the Endangered Species Act, which for decades has done an excellent job of preventing the extinction of native plants and wildlife. The law wisely requires decisions be made on the basis of the best available science, not politics. Despite this wild success, and the increasing need to protect imperiled species from extinction in the face of a rapidly changing climate, habitat destruction and fragmentation, and other serious threats, attacks on the Act are increasing. These attacks do not represent the American people who overwhelmingly support protecting our nation’s most imperiled wildlife. Instead, the assaults are led by anti-environmental factions seeking to shelter the environmentally destructive actions of a privileged few. The Endangered Species Act and the agencies charged with implementing the law must be protected from blatant political meddling.

I urge you to protect our rare native wildlife by blocking any and all harmful policy riders on unrelated legislation that prematurely strip protections, prospectively block protections or defund the agencies charged with implementing the law. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service must be allowed to do their jobs. Rare native species like the greater sage grouse, lesser prairie chicken, and gray, red and Mexican wolves should receive protections so long as the science demonstrates they are necessary. I expect you to fully fund the agencies that protect our wildlife and their habitats. And I expect you to protect our most imperiled native species.
Science and not politics must guide the decisions made to recover imperiled species to healthy and secure populations. Anti-environmental extremists in Congress must not be allowed to dictate which species survive, based on the whims of their campaign donors.
I call on you to stand strong in defense of the Endangered Species Act, and champion science, not politics, as the appropriate decision-making tool for guiding our efforts to prevent extinction of our most vulnerable native species. Please be a vocal opponent of any and all anti-ESA riders, and keep me informed of your efforts to protect the Endangered Species Act from Congressional tampering.

Some people talk to animals , not many listen though , that’s the problem : 

God loved animals and created forests, Man loved animals and created cages 🌴🌿🐯🐻

If you care about animals, support animal rights..

Instead of fighting for a bigger cage, fight for no cage at all 🐯🐻🔬

Want to shoot animals? use cameras.. Not guns ..

They only serve for mankind 😊#Savethem#UniteforAnimals

Let’s bring a change. .

Animals are such agreeable friends―they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.

Some species are slipping away, can’t we help them in some way?

LET NOT ENDANGERED BE EXTINCT …..

Stop Attacks on Rare Native Wildlife : 

Congress, in its wisdom, passed the Endangered Species Act as a safety net to ensure that our actions do not cause the extinction of other native species with overwhelming bipartisan support. I stand with the vast majority of Americans in support of the Endangered Species Act, which for decades has done an excellent job of preventing the extinction of native plants and wildlife. The law wisely requires decisions be made on the basis of the best available science, not politics. Despite this wild success, and the increasing need to protect imperiled species from extinction in the face of a rapidly changing climate, habitat destruction and fragmentation, and other serious threats, attacks on the Act are increasing. These attacks do not represent the American people who overwhelmingly support protecting our nation’s most imperiled wildlife. Instead, the assaults are led by anti-environmental factions seeking to shelter the environmentally destructive actions of a privileged few. The Endangered Species Act and the agencies charged with implementing the law must be protected from blatant political meddling.

I urge you to protect our rare native wildlife by blocking any and all harmful policy riders on unrelated legislation that prematurely strip protections, prospectively block protections or defund the agencies charged with implementing the law. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service must be allowed to do their jobs. Rare native species like the greater sage grouse, lesser prairie chicken, and gray, red and Mexican wolves should receive protections so long as the science demonstrates they are necessary. I expect you to fully fund the agencies that protect our wildlife and their habitats. And I expect you to protect our most imperiled native species.

Science and not politics must guide the decisions made to recover imperiled species to healthy and secure populations. Anti-environmental extremists in Congress must not be allowed to dictate which species survive, based on the whims of their campaign donors.

I call on you to stand strong in defense of the Endangered Species Act, and champion science, not politics, as the appropriate decision-making tool for guiding our efforts to prevent extinction of our most vulnerable native species. Please be a vocal opponent of any and all anti-ESA riders, and keep me informed of your efforts to protect the Endangered Species Act from Congressional tampering.

Confusion and the compensation : 

So as I said in my previous post the CEO of Snapchat said Indians are poor so in a return answer yesterday some angry youth of INDIA showed their love by rating snapchat one star , So the Snapchat rating droped to one star in a day only .

But in between all these some others got confused between “Snapchat” & “snapdeal” so some other people start rating snapdeal with one star .. Haha.. Isn’t it funny ..! 

Wait there is more to it..

One of my friend said we gonna knockout every app with has “snap” as suffix or prefix .. 

Snapdeal is that student in the class who being beaten by the teacher for the mistake of his friend .. Oops .. 
So today morning some of intelligent person start compensating for the mistake that the others did by rating snapdeal one star .. 

So the moral of the story : 1) Don’t ever mess with the Indians ..

2) Bure sangaat ka asaar .. Ha ha ha that’s applicable for Snapdeal .. 

Snapchat ratings drop to one star on App Store :

This comes a day after news broke out that Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel was not interesting in expanding to “poor countries” like India.

A day after news broke out regarding Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel’s disinterest in expanding the business to “poor countries” like India, the rating of the popular app dropped to a “single star” from an apparent “five star” on the App Store.

According to the app info on App Store, the “Customer Ratings” of the current version of the app was “single star” (based on 6,099 ratings) and all versions rating was “one and half star” (based on 9,527 ratings) as on Sunday morning.

The rating for the app on Android Play Store was “four star” (based on 11,932,996 ratings).

The bashing started when US-based news website Variety on Saturday quoted Snapchat’s ex-employee Anthony Pompliano as saying that company CEO Evan Spiegel in September 2015 told him that “the app is only for rich people. I don’t want to expand into poor countries like India and Spain”.

Indians did not take the comment lightly and took to social media to lash out at the statement from the CEO. As the ratings of the app dropped, the criticism of the CEO and the app increased.

“First of all, I didn’t even want to give any freakin’ star to this app. Evan (CEO of Snapchat) shows how stupid he is by saying this. I bet 3/4th of his company is run by Indian employees. If he didn’t want to expand it to poor countries, then why is this app free? Why didn’t he put any charges on it?” a user wrote on App Store, condemning the CEO.

Some users wrote, “Poor India & Spain need better than Snapchat”, “Good bye, My Snapchat Account and Snap Inc. You’ll be product of gone by era and derision”, and “Poor Evan Spiegel”.

The app was also trolled on Twitter. #boycottsnapchat became the most trending hashtag on Twitter overnight.

“I haven’t seen any Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians etc Tweets yet. Thanks @Snapchat for Uniting us,” a user tweeted.

“I was addicted to @Snapchat but I love my country more than this app. Let’s see how you earn without Indians. @evanspiegel #boycottsnapchat,” another user wrote on twitter.

Some users even flagged the app for hateful content and left a message, “Dear @snapchatsupport, flagged you for hateful content. #boycottsnapchat”.

According to a report in Forbes on Thursday, Facebook’s photo—sharing app Instagram surpassed Snapchat in daily active users of “Stories” feature, though the format was first launched by Snapchat in 2013.

Instagram’s “Stories” feature was now used by more than 200 million people every day — an increase of 50 million since January.

On the other hand, Snapchat who launched the “Stories” format in October 2013, had 161 million daily active users in February.

Snapchat has more than four million users in India.

That’s why one shouldn’t mess with the Indians …. 

Around 17 Lac people rated it only ONE STAR on Google Play…

Soch samaj ke statement dijiye Evan Spiegel Sir ..