PETA Says Bludgeon Thy Fellow Man if Tastes Differ

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Because PETA gets a seratonin high from symbolic violence, they're using Adwords to push the crap out of these supposedly banned ads. We just finished watching an awesome one for their Fur is Dead campaign in which a woman in fur is clubbed unconscious and stripped of her coat.

There are a lot of people we'd like to club because of their clothes, but hey, we hold back. Why bunny-huggers who guiltlessly pillage living plantlife think they're special, we'll just never know.

We get the point, PETA, but why do you have to be bitchy about it? We'd even venture to say you'd look less mean if you left burning crosses on lawns, but somebody else has already got that gig.

Written by Angela Natividad    Comments (6)     File: Bad, Campaigns, Online, Social, Video     Apr- 4-07  
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Comments

I think I'd like to bludgeon AdRants for being so dense and insensitive but I guess I'll just cancel my subscription. Idiots.

Posted by: Bunny Hugger on April 4, 2007 04:27 PM

I like the ad and find nothing bitchy about it at all. What I find bitchy is Adrants and their suddenly holier than thou take on this.

Posted by: Mamma Bunny Hugger on April 4, 2007 05:12 PM

I like the ad and find nothing bitchy about it at all. What I find bitchy is Adrants and their suddenly holier than thou take on this.

Posted by: Mamma Bunny Hugger on April 4, 2007 05:13 PM

What I'll never understand is why these animal lovers think nothing of violence against people.

Same as pro lifers bombing clinics. Isn't human life supposed to be sacred?

Ignorance, double standards, fundamentalist mindsets. It's a dangerous cocktail no matter what issue is invovled.

Posted by: pat smith on April 4, 2007 06:53 PM

Hey Adrants, you always diss Peta's work. Feeling guilty about wearing fur underwear or something?

Posted by: Scamp on April 10, 2007 10:16 AM

Adrants probably disses PETA's ads because the ads suck.

How does saying that make them "dense and insensitive" or "holier than thou"?

Oh yeah, it doesn't.

Posted by: The Deadly Superman on May 8, 2007 10:00 AM

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