Google's "cache" feature is really neat. It's like a time machine that can only travel backwards a week, maybe less. But sometimes a week is enough.
But thanks to a tipster tonight, I learned that Google grabbed a snapshot of HSUS's web page last Friday.
And one of these things is not like the other.
Here's what disappeared at some point in the last five days:
Can somebody out there tell me what happened?
The fact that Schering-Plough's pet microchip service has dropped out could mean that HSUS corporate sponsors are beginning to re-evaluate their relationships with the group. For what it's worth, I can't find any evidence that Schering-Plough's main competitor in this field has ever cozied up to Wayne Pacelle. So this may be a PR move.
Who's going to cut the cord next? Stay tuned.
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