Best. Prank. Evzies.
Last spring we posted about this gross Andriod app that mimics dogfighting called Dog Wars.
The inhuman app that lets you "feed, water, train and fight your virtual dog" was taken off the virtual shelf back in April. Sadly, the can still download the app from unauthorized sites.
BUT the scum looking to download the app should be warned (or not)!!
Some amazballz animal lover has put a HIGHlarious virus in the app that texts all your contacts that says "I take pleasure in hurting small animals, just thought you should know that!!” HAHAHA!!
Oh, that's awesome!
In addition, on the hacked version where it used to read “BETA” at the top of the app, it now says “PETA.” The hacker also made it so the user’s smartphone will attempt to sign up for PETA’s text messaging service. LOVE IT!
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This Is Super Cereal!!!!!!!!
Insults have been traded, legal threats issued and police called in. There has even been a report that the c-word (gasp!) was shouted - all over the phrase "The Country's First and Only Dog Magazine." LOLZ!
Beverley Cuddy, editor and publisher of the long-established Surrey-based monthly magazine Dogs Today, and Lizette Roux had set up a quarterly publication, Surrey Dog Life, is totally pissed at Lizette Roux, the owner of Surrey Dog Life.
Mrs Roux said on Sunday:
"I complained to the police of intimidation and harassment. All I want to do is be happy and have a nice life. But she is a rottweiler as far as I’m concerned. It’s all been very upsetting. Mine is the first and only dog magazine in Surrey. Dogs Today is a national publication which is just based in Surrey."
The parties have been advised to cease direct contact and resolve any civil dispute through legal representatives.
The only winners in this sorry are the cat people - who get one point for having nothing to do with this.
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Kiss our Android!
PETA has unveiled its own iPhone app as a way to counteract the animal cruelty expressed in an Android app formally known as "Dog Wars."
The nasty app, made by Kage Games and found on the Android Market, touted itself as a way to train virtual pit bulls to fight other dogs and pick up "street cred" along the way.
The game upset everyone - from the head of the LAPD police officers union to Michael Vick!
PETA unveiled its own iPhone app last week that highlights stories about animal cruelty, inviting users to share the details on Facebook and Twitter and take action by sending letters of protest to politicians, corporate executives, and other officials.
The app also enables people to donate money to the cause through PETA's mobile Web site.
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