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Although society has moved on into the twenty-first century there are still suppressed groups in our society Despite the fact that we have live in a free democratic and socially supportive world there is still a silenced population which resides amongst us all The forgotten are still being kept in the dark a primordial society where every day is a fight to survive They are the goldfish The way we treat our goldfish despite the fact that their names imply wealth and luxury is morally wrong Look at their accommodation daily care public image and what happens when we say goodbye Take a peek into the average goldfishs home and you will see a dim dingy bowl fake plants gravel polluted with detritus and murky acidic nitrate-rich water The human equivalent of such squalor would be confinement to a single furniture-lacking room sewage mixed with scraps soiling the floor and everything layered in dust Of course there would be a window not sufficient to keep the room bright but large enough for the inhabitants privacy to be invaded 24 hours a day What happens every day in a goldfishs life Well if theyre lucky they get fed with some kind of synthetically prepared formula If not they may be forced to sift through the gravel and re-digest their own waste products or yesteryears leftovers Some days goldfish tanks are cleaned out and the water is changed But this is seldom they confine their mess to their tank only unlike a dog which messes your whole house its so easy to forget about fish which leads to my next point Everybody knows the insult youve got the memory of a goldfish But many goldfish have good memories - eg mine learn the times for feeding as babies - every 6 hours Stereotypes are not helped by easy obtainment Most goldfish cost around 5 but many people give them free Whats the
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