First a little backstory. Kansas has been the center of the overlord universe since, well since there were overlords. It houses the National Greyhound Association world headquarters in the trailer out behind the Seven Eleven. Each year overlords gather there from all around the
Now, in what might be an example of some ironicus moving towards its maximus, there has been no greyhound racing in Kansas since 2008. It seems that, even though the people of Kansas might have a few...erm...quirks, when it comes to parasitic low lifes whose only claim to being human is they learned how to dress themselves in the eighth grade, the citizens of the Sunflower State are all like, "Whoa. We ain't coming out there."
Well, now we get to the insult part. Realizing that it wasn't enough that no one in Kansas outside of the overlords and a few drunks was ever going to set foot on a dog track again, the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission just cold revoked the overlords permit to mistreat, injure and kill greyhounds. Like we said, Kansas is overlord central so that fact that there are no operating greyhound tracks in the state, plus it's now illegal to have them--if there were any in the first place, is sort of like if the New York Yankees were no longer allowed to play in Yankee Stadium.
Mike Deines, spokesman for the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission said licenses also were revoked for Wichita Greyhound Park, and Camptown Park in Frontenac, Kan., a dog track. “Currently there are no licenses to run racing in the state of Kansas,” Deines said.If you're an overlord, that's gotta hurt.
Several phone calls to The Woodlands for a comment have not been returned. Earlier, Woodlands officials said they had been weighing options, including selling the racetrack.Selling? Wow. It's almost like they think no one wants them around anymore, huh Glimmer?
Glimmer is mellow, easygoing, happy, quiet, and affectionate. She will lean on you for pets and will lie at your feet. She is comfortable in all situations. She is happy when visitors come to the home, because there are more hands to pet her. Glimmer would do well in a working family home with well-mannered children. She is good with other dogs and would probably be fine as an only dog. For more information about this dog, and other rescued racing greyhounds looking for homes, go here. If you don't know about the plight of racing greyhounds go here.