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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

PETA is still at it

PHOTOS: The Most Scandalous PETA Ads Of The D... HuffPost - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/16/a-decade-of-scandalous-pe_n_388741.html

We can always count on PETA to bring us titillating ads, all in the hopes of making one less meat eater or fur wearer out there.

The truth is that if the average Joe or Josephine had a clue as to how that burger made it from the farm to the table, Joe and Josephine would be vegetarian. I doubt they'd even include dairy, and I'm pretty sure if they knew about eggs, omelets would be off the menu too.

PETA would do better to sponsor a covert and unrecognized arm that took matters in its own hands, but that's probably a bit much for the modern old hippy.

Meanwhile, maybe there should be a meat license, and the only way you could have meat was to slaughter and process it yourself.

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