Friday, February 15, 2008


As you may have read, PETA says they tried to get FOX to broadcast two newish spots in their KentuckyFriedCruelty campaign during this year's Super Bowl, but were denied. After watching the videos (click here ONE, TWO)—which are mildly blackly humorous, and feature human chickens and a reincarnated evil Colonel Sanders—you'll realize that PETA is full of shit. Because, A) they know by now that no major network will air commercials that bash their cash-cow, fast-food chain advertisers, and B) the animal rights org had no intention of spending the 3 mil per :30 media money in the first place. Now—if they could've worked in a lettuce-bikini-ed Pam Anderson, well maybe sleazy FOX would've reconsidered.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's also this one:

I don't see how PETA hopes to convince anyone of changing their habits when all their efforts piss people off so much all they want to do is eat meat in protest.

12:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a vegetarian, but this kind of creative actually makes me want to eat meat just to piss of Peta.

1:17 PM  
Blogger plaidlined said...

Trippy and well executed.

10:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PETA owns the hypocrisy award. They feed you this shit and expect you to bow at the alter of there agenda
which misbegotten at best.

11:38 PM  
Blogger plaidlined said...

Um, what's their agenda here? To raise awareness of KFC's inhumane treatment of chickens, which is the last holdout among the major fast food chains? What's misbegotten or hypocritical about that? Anyway, I guess the fact that people are talking about the ads means they're effective. Seems you're playing right into PETA's hands. So perhaps you should eat more chicken in protest AND stop watching and commenting on their ads if you really want to make a "statement."

2:37 PM  
Blogger stewbie2 said...

These videos made me do nothing except think, "WTF?" and also, "Wow...the Colonel looks pretty good for being a zombie." Seriously. Peta. Enough.

11:55 AM  

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