Monday, May 03, 2010

PETA tells the carnivores of Mobile, Alabama—via flying rhyming banner—the oil spill is your fault.

(click image, via) How so? Well "it takes more than 10 times as much fossil fuel to produce a calorie of animal protein as it takes to produce the same amount of plant protein." All you Southern meat eaters? Grab a soft bristle toothbrush and some Dawn, and report to the Gulf coast for marine animal scrubbing duty.
Previous tragic events exploited by PETA:
UK Swine Flu death.
John Lennon & Yoko Ono.
Roger Clemens' flaccid penis.
the Canadian bus beheading.


Blogger nobody said...

Wow, tasteful. And this money couldn't have been better spent... you know, like actually helping the animals affected by the oil spill?

Fuck PETA.

11:56 AM  
Blogger Black Phillip said...

I wonder how much oil the airplane used.

12:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can add up this plane's fuel AND all the rest of the fuel used by consumers in cars and planes across the nation, but it still won't equal the amount of fossil fuels used in the livestock industry. You save more lives each day by keeping meat off your plate. Including your own.

2:34 PM  
Blogger r said...

Has PETA ever made a convert with their shrill self-righteousness?

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@Anonymous - Yeah, because crops for a vegetarian lifestyle never use petroleum-based products.

6:51 PM  
Blogger Carrie the Secular said...

MTLB, it's true that crops use fuel, but they use FAR less. Think about it: animals eat thousands of pounds of grain to stay alive. If you want to reduce the amount of crops tilled, and gas used to transport them, eat less meat.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous mrjohn said...

Peta will find their campaigns more effective if they keep them simple. 6 degrees of separation is 5 degrees too many.

10:04 PM  
Anonymous peta is evil said...

The more peta does crazy stuff like this, the less their four-letter word deserves capital letters!
People Eating Tasty Animals: Certified nutcases for animals since 1980

2:37 PM  

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