Following his advice, I did try CIALIS tablets for a couple of weeks.com

Following his advice, I did try CIALIS tablets for a couple of weeks.com

The stars of the video game "Destroy All Humans" should be abalone, not aliens. In fact, there could be many other species of animal playing the role of the angry creatures killing every human being in sight in this game. The abalone is a good example because in comparison to most other creatures that have been rendered nearly, or completely extinct by human beings, it has basically no ability to flee or defend itself from would-be human assailants.

In the case of the abalone, it would seem that most people who enjoy eating them, and large numbers of those who make a living catching and selling them, are satisfied doing so until the entire world's population has been completely wiped out. Those that hunt abalone for profit seem to think that they have some god given right to do so, and it would appear that they can't possibly imagine any other way to make a living, or why anyone would want to put restrictions on fishing for the animal that they make their living from. Equating abalone to Redwood trees and old growth forest, what plan do these people have for the day when the ocean is completely bereft of these creatures? There are surely many responsible fishermen out there catching legal limits of abalone, the problem is that too many people really don't care about anything except themselves and would keep poaching these hapless creatures that take nearly six years in some cases to fully mature, until they are either all gone or they rise up out of the ocean with ray guns, destroying all humans in sight.

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