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(Gabriel S. Scarlett / Los Angeles Times) They’ve been crammed into toilets, tossed off balconies and set on fire. They’ve even been adorned with dangling bags of dog droppings. As cities like Santa Monica and Beverly Hills struggle to control a rapid proliferation of electric pay-per-minute scooters, some residents are taking matters into their own hands and waging a guerrilla war against the devices. These vandals are destroying or desecrating the vehicles in disturbingly imaginative ways, and celebrating their illegal deeds on social media — in full view of authorities and the public. “They throw them everywhere: in the ocean, in the sand, in the trash can,” said Robert Johnson Bey, a Venice Beach maintenance worker who regularly comes across scooter parts on the Venice Beach boardwalk, Speedway and adjoining alleys. “Sunday, I was finding kickstands everywhere,” Bey said. “Looked like they were snapped off.” A post shared by Bird Graveyard (@birdgraveyard) on The vandalism echoes a rash of pellet-gun attacks on so-called Google buses in the Bay Area and appears to be motivated in part by resentment over the increasing presence of tech corporations along the Southern California coast — what is now dubbed Silicon Beach. But unlike the attacks on buses that ferry workers to their Google and Apple offices, the scooter destruction has elicited little sympathy or outrage — to say nothing of criminal investigations. The Los Angeles Police Department’s Pacific Division has received just one report of scooter vandalism that resulted in an arrest, but the case was rejected by the prosecutor.
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Modern hunters though aim to kill the animal instantly, usually with an exploding harpoon, but conservations argue it can still take very long for a whale to die. Two years ago the Australian government released graphic footage from 2008 showing a Japanese research ship harpooning a whale which activist group Sea Shepherd said took more than 20 minutes to die. “And that’s not to mention that they are killing them with their family members, with their pods having to witness their family members screaming out in pain,” says Jeff Hansen, managing director of Sea Shepherd in Australia. Those in favour of whaling say such cases are exceptions – accidents that also happen in any abattoir. Yet their main point is that they argue that opposition to sustainable whaling of non-endangered stocks is deeply hypocritical. Image caption Sustainable whaling is no less moral that commercial farming, say pro-whaling groups Industrial meat production keeps pigs, cows and chicken in grim captivity from birth to slaughterhouse, but this seldom stops shoppers from reaching for a nice cut of pork or beef. There is also the hunter’s defence that killing a wild animal is more ethical than raising an animal in captivity with the sole purpose of eating it. Lars Walloe, former head of Norway’s delegation to the IWC, told the BBC whaling is the same as killing “other large mammals in the forest, like deer, elk, moose”. “We kill them for meat and we don’t see the difference between killing a minke whale and a moose as long as it’s done humanely.” Leading anti-whaling nations like Australia have already said they would band together to reject any attempts to undermine the current ban. Australia has long been Japan’s major opponent when it comes to whaling and wants to strengthen the IWC’s protection of whales.