Tuesday, July 29, 2008

New badly Photoshopped PETA billboard cheers on sharks.

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Here in the midst of Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, PETA presents a billboard they claim they'll be erecting "in cities that see the most shark attacks." That's nice. It's also most likely bullshit, because the billboard media companies know that these cities would immediately demand its removal, and PETA of course already knows this, too (This follows the same pattern as their Zombie Colonel Sanders Super Bowl commercials.). Now if they could convince Corey Feldman or Pamela Anderson or Jenna Jameson to go swimming in shark-infested waters as part of some sort of vegan publicity stunt, well I'd applaud that effort and give it a glowing write-up. related on Animal NY: PETA roasts SD State students; PETA skewers running of the bulls.

6 Comments:

Blogger The Unbearable Banishment said...

PETA is the only organization I’ve ever seen that does everything they can to alienate people from their cause. People Eating Tasty Animals. Yuk-yuk.

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's some reassuring news:

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/29/science/29tier.html?ref=science

10 Things to Scratch From Your Worry List

7. Deadly sharks. Throughout the world last year, there was a grand total of one fatal shark attack (in the South Pacific), according to the International Shark Attack File at the University of Florida.

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yay shark week!

9:01 AM  
Anonymous racer said...

CR, I'd really get behind your plan if you included some politicians, petroleum company executives (the ones that aren't already politicians) virtually all of the IRS, spammers, and insurance claims adjusters.

11:33 AM  
Blogger Shona said...

...Because if we all stop eating meat, sharks will stop eating us.

WHEN WILL THE VENGEANCE KILLINGS END?


Wait, that doesn't make any sense.

1:55 PM  
Anonymous RJG said...

What's funny is that if Shark Week made the ad, PETA would protest the unfair assessment of how sharks act.

12:56 PM  

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