I do too, however I don't consider the animal being shot during hunting inaniumane. (Yes I just made that word up, the word "inhumane" should probily only aply to people)King Dedede said:I support animal welfare, meaning that I'm okay with stuff like eating meat as long as the animal was treated well.
I'm at a loss for words right now.Wikipedia said:As part of an effort to reduce milk consumption, PETA created the "Got Beer?" campaign, a parody of the Got Milk? campaign. The advertisements urged college students to "wipe off those milk moustaches and replace them with. . . foam."
How the hell are they allowed to get away with stuff like that? That's beyond annoying, they're just straight out lying to children because it's convenient.Wikipedia said:A new campaign attempted to place advertisements in highschool newspapers and printed trading cards claiming that dairy products caused acne, obesity, heart disease, cancer, and strokes.
Yeah right, who would want a veggie burger?Wikipedia said:PETA regularly asks towns and cities to change their names. In April 2003, they offered free veggie burgers to the city of Hamburg, New York, in exchange for changing its name to Veggieburg.
I love how they don't even bother to research anything. They just see the word kill and jump on in.Wikipedia said:It campaigned in 1996 to have the town of Fishkill, New York, change its name, claiming the name suggests cruelty to fish. (The root "kill", found in many New York town names, is Dutch for "creek.")
Now that's just silly, naming a town after a propaganda website. Any semblance of sanity PETA once had has flown out the window.Wikipedia said:In 2007, the group asked Commerce City, Colorado to change its name to KentuckyFriedCruelty.com.
That's actually my favorite one of their ridiculous movements. In retaliation I've started the "Eat the Food" campaign, where I've renamed every fish Food.Wikipedia said:In October 2008, PETA launched the "Save the Sea Kittens" campaign, calling fish "sea kittens" in an attempt to give them a positive image.
Swaim said:seeing them bend sane discourse over a barrel of hydroponically-grown wheat germ makes me feel like going out and punching a cow in the head on principle.
And that so they can use the bodies as protest signs.They kill most of the animals they rescue, even healthy ones they could easily get homes for.
Per, but not the "I don't condone this part".Ramblin' Evil Mushroom said:I've got one step better.
1. I think they are referring to our "exaggerated" "murder" of the animals. And no, animals don't have to be important for their diet. *points towards vegans*Giygas said:Wow. Thats insane. What they do. I mean, I saw posters saying "Animals are born into slavery. They are ruthlessly murdered." I mean come on!
1. Ummmmmm....... animals are'nt put on this earth to live happily with one another! I mean, its natural instint to eat animals, and they are important for our diet. Wow, i sound like a nutritionist....
2. Open your eyes! Animals are dieing... yeah.... WHAT ABOUT HUMANS! ugh..............