ISPCA recalls husbands who eat meat
Indianapolis, Indiana, April 16, 2010 ISPCA, U.S.A., today announced it has established a new MHME (My Husband Meat Eater) business process and the organization is recalling husbands who eat meat around the world.
The rapid-response My Husband Meat Eater Team will attempt to contact our public within 24 hours.
As part of the MHME program, ISPCA will connect husbands to the many sites that promote vegetarianism.
Husbands who eat meat have bad performance in bed, and it has been a tragedy for our society. In the United States, the meat industry has the strongest lobby in Washington (D.C).
Consumption of meat is helping to increase the number of divorced couples, adultery and spreading Sexually Transmitted Diseases, including HIV.
After a steak, no man can have a pleasant sexual activity. Most men are taking drugs made from sildenafil citrate, tadalafil, vardenafil HCl, sold as Viagra, Cialis, and levitra, and are paying a very high price, because these medication have strong side effects : Heart attack , chest pain, heart palpitations and stroke.
An Emergency Care Medicine Expert Witness, who asked not to be identified, says The number of men admitted to the emergency room with chest pain after taking any drugs for erectile dysfunction has increased over the last 10 years."
Customers are paying very expensive premiums for health insurance companies because in our country people are taking dangerous drugs for recreation and they end up at the emergency room.
Wives married to meat-eaters are looking for sex in someone elses bed.
Walfredo de Freitas, director of ISPCA, said, We are committed to listening to our communities even more intently and addressing their concerns even more promptly. Our multi-tiered MHME approach is just one of the many steps we are taking to make sure that ISPCA sets an even higher standard.
There has been a great deal of confusion, speculation and misinformation about consumption of meat in the past several years. We believe judgments should be based on reliable evidence, and our MHME business process is there to help provide information upon which such judgments can be made. We will continue to work in close partnership with other organizations to solve this serious problem.