How Abyss & Habidecor Got Started

There is a company by the name of Abyss & Habidecor that is well known in certain industries. When you go to their website, you can see that their primary focus is on the creation of towels and rugs. They use a series of different processes in order to make them as unique as they are. They use what is called hand guided tufting, as well as some of the latest technology in regard to weaving material together, that creates all of their fine products. They can be found in many locations throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, South America and Asia. They are synonymous with all things related to luxury in the bath and body industry.

How Did They Get Started?

When you do research on the web on this company, even when looking at their own website, it is quite vague in regard to their origins. What is known about this company is that they had decided that towels and rugs that were made using conventional means were simply not good enough. In the same way that there are companies that sell top-of-the-line products that look very similar to others, but can charge substantially more, they have made a name for themselves in this industry where the elite, and those that are quite fussy about the towels that they use on their body, can get the absolute best.

What Products Do They Sell?

The websites that have their products typically sell rugs, towels, bathrobes, beach towels, and an assortment of other products. They come in all different shapes and sizes, including super pile towels, Zimba towels, and many others. When you go through their selection, you will see that they are all made uniquely, and that they are made of the finest materials. It is a company that you should definitely shop with, or at least purchase their products from other stores that are representing them, in order to get the best materials for these products.

If you want the softest towels available, ones that will last for several years whose colors will not fade, their products are certainly going to be on your list. It is one of those businesses that is here to stay because they have a distinct product that many people love. They will continue to sell all of these because of their loyal customers that absolutely love the high level of quality and care that is placed into every product that they create.

Monday, It’s Memorial Day: Animal Life Has Value, But The Value of Human Life Is Always Greater

On May 28th, 2016, just a few days ago as of my writing this, a Gorilla named Harambe living in the Cincinnati zoo, was gunned down because of the imminent danger he posed to a 4-year-old boy.

Read about all about it here:

Why did this happen? Why was this friendly looking creature killed?

Many people are asking this question and some of them are showing their support in that position I showed you above. So far, there’s 212,553 people who have signed their First and last name, email, and address to this online petition.

Blake McCoy of NBC,  just tweeted earlier this morning how this petition had already reached 100,000 people. Now, I don’t know about you, but now that it’s almost diner time in the same day, that’s a whopping fine number – as Doctor Suess would say.

Was it good for this gorilla to be killed? Any sane person would have to agree that it was. Otherwise, this boy could clearly have been crushed or thrown or killed by a swipe of this massive creature in a moments notice. If it were my son I would be begging park officials to take down the gorilla.

The real issue now is who is responsible for this gorilla losing his life?

Some people, the people who sign this petition, believe the parents of the boy are responsible. And of course they are. Who in their right mind loses track of their child at the fence of a gorilla, or a tiger, or any wild animal? Perhaps the child had escaped his parents and they were unaware. This seems like it would have been a critical piece of news for us all to miss by now.

Parental negligence was at play here, no if ands or buts about it.

However, let me leave a seed, or a thorn of an idea with you before I go eat my Memorial Day dinner.

What about the Zoo of Cincinnati? What kind of yahoo builds an enclosure a 4-year old boy can enter, lets 4-year-old boys into the Zoo, and then doesn’t properly watch like a hawk to make sure 4-year olds don’t crawl in and become lunch?

What about the park? Shouldn’t the Zoo of Cincinnati be held accountable ultimately? Aren’t they the ones who built an enclosure that a toddler can enter? And if a child can crawl into it, shouldn’t they have a person watching like a hawk that a human doesn’t cross that line – literally becoming lunch.