I was just browsing Pope Hat and saw you were interested in animals from this post (https://www.popehat.com/2012/06/21/if-a-bigfoot-hunter-doesnt-have-his-reputation-what-does-he-have/). So I thought you might also be interested in linking to a resource we put together on how pets improve your health.
Here is a link for your review:
Our post is comprehensive, up to date, and quotes trustworthy sources to give our readers the best information available. We think it would be a great resource for your readers as well.
If you were willing to add our link to that page, I would be more than happy to share it to our tens of thousands of social followers to help you gain some more visibility in exchange.
Let me know what you think and thanks for your consideration!
P.S. I undertsand some people don't like to be reached out to. If this is the case, let me know :)
I just wanted to follow up on my previous email and hear your thoughts on linking to our thorough and up to date article in one of your blog posts.
We would be happy to share your blog post across tens of thousands of social followers in return.
Let me know what you think by shooting me a quick reply.
Thank you very much for your inquiry.
We are interested in, as you say, "pets."
(1) Do your resources take a fairly broad view of the definition of pets?
(2) I assume what you have to offer is about good health, yes?
Very truly yours,
Ken at Popehat
Lovely to hear back from you!
It would be great if you can add a link of one of our articles to one of yours as an additional resource. We have recently published a comprehensive article on how pets improve people's health. Here is a link for your review: https://www.positivehealthwellness.com/fitness/need-know-pets-improving-health/
If you could add our link anywhere in your article, I would be happy to schedule to have your article and website promoted across our social media accounts the soonest time possible.
Let me know what you think.
Positive Health Wellness
Thank you for the details, but I still have questions. I appreciate the offer to promote one of my articles across your social media accounts the soonest time possible, because time is of the essence and time waits for no man, or woman, and so forth. Also I think time is a battlefield. Or that may be love. You know what? It's not important.
Quite frankly though your proposed link to pets improving health is not thematically appropriate to my proposed post, which will be about national health care policy as it applies to reaping ponies like Autumn wheat.
Bear with me a moment here.
PRIMUS: Based on your article you concede, don't you, that pets can have an IMPACT on our health.
SECONDUS: Nothing in the article excludes the possibility of NEGATIVE health effects, nor could it.
TERTIUS: Some misguided souls — lost to all logic and reason, or corrupted by our depraved culture, consider ponies to be pets.
QUARTUS: Ponies are in fact PROFOUNDLY AND VIOLENTLY DETRIMENTAL to our health, like radiation, a diet consisting exclusively of Funyuns, or those really expensive rocks Gwyneth Paltrow wants you to shove in your hoo-ha.
QUINTUS: The best defense is a good offense.
TERNUS: It must therefore be the priority of any health-care program to eradicate the pony menace in order to protect Americans and lower their health care costs.
Simone, I must confess to you that as a libertarian my first inclination is to allow the free market to resolve the pony-related menace, with Americans freely contracting with willing participants to address their particular pony-killing needs. This would recognize that different people have different risk tolerances and danger profiles. For instance, our Alaskan friends face lower per-capita ponies and the cold tends to make them sluggish and easily harpooned from snowmobiles. The ponies, not the Alaskans. Why, we may ask, should Alaskans have to pay for the risk faced by people who willingly live in Oregon, where ponies are as common as man-buns or sociology degrees?
And yet we are experiencing market failure, Simone, with respect to the utter destruction of the pony menace. This is owing somewhat to the meretriciousness of our national leaders and the lobbying power of Big Pony. The cost of everything associated with pony defense: binoculars, reinforced undergarments, white phosphorous rounds, large bags of quicklime, celebratory bottles of fortified wine — has skyrocketed. We need a unified buyer with the power to negotiate better prices and distribute savings to the people — a single-Pony system, if you will. Some people will say that this socialism. But these people can be won over, Simone. The day you look into the terror in a small child's teary eyes — the day you hear the noise of hooves trotting inexorably up your tastefully pavered suburban driveway — the day you feel the goodness, the rightness, of the way the rocket launcher fits into your resolute arms as you take your place on the front lines — is the day you'll forget such ideological distractions.
THAT will be the post, Simone. THAT will be the call to action — the call to a health care system that recognizes that protecting our health means defying THEM.
Do you have the right post to link to from it, Simone? Do you have a post that speaks to the unspeakable? Will you help me fight the pony menace? Is it possible to get this on Snapchat too?
I remain, defiantly yours,
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