Tag: Those morons at PETA
Headline from California: PETA wants sign to memorialize fish killed in crash
An Irvine resident is requesting that the city install a sign to memorialize the hundreds of fish killed in a traffic crash in early October as they were being taken to Irvine Ranch Market. (continue reading…)
Not quite those morons at PETA, but animal rights activists — America’s Wolf Conservation Center specifically — are protesting the depiction of wolves by Hollywood. The friendly, neighborly wolf is apparently smeared as potentially not nice in the new survival film “The Grey” starring Liam Neeson, which opens this Friday. If you’re stranded in the wilderness, perhaps coming across a pack of angry, hungry wolves would be a stroke of luck! The wolves might take you into your pack until you and your brother can found Rome. Says a member of the Center:
“It’s not anything new for wolves to be portrayed as the bad guy in fairy tales, and we don’t take it seriously because it’s fantasy, but this movie is supposed to be real.”
Ah, Peta – You’ve done it again. PETA is very angry with Mario (you know, the lovable video game plumber…) because in the new game Super Mario 3D Land Mario wears a Tanooki suit. The game only went on sale Sunday, and PETA is all over it already. What’s that you say? Mario has been wearing it since 1988? Super Mario Brother 3 for original Nintendo? Well, better late than never I suppose. PETA is pulling no punches either:
“Tanooki may be just a “suit” in Mario games, but by wearing the skin of an animal, Mario is sending the message that it’s OK to wear fur”
They even went so far as to create their own game in which a skinned, bleeding Tanooki chases Mario trying to get its fur back. It is supposed to make you want to stop wearing fur, but it makes me want to eat Doritos and play on my PlayStation. PETA however is hip to what the kids are doing, and knows how to talk to them:
”This winter, everyone can give raccoon dogs and other fabulous animals a 1-UP by keeping our wardrobes fur-free.”
Ah yes PETA, you are very, very crafty…
PETA Claims Animals That Perform in Shows are Slaves, I Claim They Are Tasty Treats Kids Love to Eat
PETA is asking a federal count to grant constitutional rights to killer whales who perform at marine parks. You see, the parks are violating the 13th amendment rights of the animals – it all goes back to the Ahab-Dick trial which divided a nation in 1851 and led Lincoln to declare the civil war on Germany and eventually led to us nuking Cuba. (Thanks Wikipedia!) The suit:
hinges on the fact that the 13th Amendment, while prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude, does not specify that only humans can be victims.
This is a slippery slope people… if dolphins can’t punch balls through hoops for my amusement, what’s next? Dolphins having the right to bear arms? Freedom of speech for dog? Bears getting the right to vote? But seriously, they are clogging up the legal system with this idiocy while places like Topeka Kansas can’t even find the funds to prosecute domestic abuse (person on person, no whales involved).
Here it is: PETA just gave it an award.
PETA must be rolling over in their grave. Amazing, but it has to be true because it’s on WGN:
A motive has been revealed in the Arlington Heights home burglary from three weeks ago, where burglars poisoned the family goldfish by pouring hot sauce, ketchup, mustard and spices into the fish tank.
According to police, a 16-year-old resident broke in and killed the family’s three pet fish by pouring condiments into their tank because he didn’t want to leave any witnesses, even telling an accomplice, “We can’t let them live, they’re witnesses!” (continue reading…)
According to the AP:
Teams of veterinarians and police shooters have killed some 58,000 stray dogs in and around the Iraqi capital over the past three months as part of a campaign to curb an increasing number of strays blamed for attacks on residents. . .
The surge in strays — estimated by provincial officials to number around 1.25 million — is ironically linked to what officials say is an improvement in some elements of daily life in Baghdad, a city that for seven years has been struggling to return to normalcy after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.
How long before PETA strikes? Say it with me: NO WAR FOR DOGS!
It appears that Paul the psychic octopus is in hot water (figuratively) after he once again predicted the winner of Germany’s world cup match. The problem is he didn’t pick Germany. Due to the fact the the octopus jinxed the team leaving them vulnerable to defeat at the hands of defending European champion and 2nd ranked team on the planet Spain, Paul is receiving threats of death, or (continue reading…)
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