PETA Goes For The Balls
By Kickntrue on 2/25/10
Having your pets spayed or neutered is a good idea. Using Tiger Woods in a billboard without his permission to do it... I guess we'll see.
PETA wants to put up a billboard near Woods' Orlando, Fla., residence, with this message:I wouldn't be so sure about that.
Okay... I'm not going to go off on PETA (completely) because everyone is entitled to their opinion and while I enjoy a good steak (pork chop, chicken sandwich, hamburger, etc) what they're proposing just leaves more for me, so how mad can I be? The thing that doesn't sense is their whole campaign to spay and neuter your pets. I just don't see how that is "ethical" to the animal. It actually seems like a pretty awful ordeal to the animal and while I understand it prevents unwanted animals from being born, I'm sure nobody at PETA would agree with spaying and neutering sexually active teenagers (and let's be honest, they would argue a pet is the same as a child/human).
Plus- if everyone spayed and neutered their pets (every last person, mind you) it would actually lead to the extinction of domestic animals. Again, how is that ethical?
Anyway- I'm getting off my high horse (because he's needed at the glue factory) and I'll let you guys comment.
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Awesome rebuttle argument there. And if Tiger gets word of this, there is no way he will "Appreciate our attempt.....to turn it into something positive for little tigers." He will rip that organization to shreds.
Torleif Sorenson says:
I'll bet there aren't many advertising firms stupid enough to take that billboard.
And now, in honor of PETA, I'm going home to broil a buffalo burger and make a chocolate malt.
Google some facts about peta. 90% of the animals they rescue they have to put down. WOW but there is one PETA organization that is okay People Eating Tasty Animals
PETA = a group of jack ass's that cause more harm then good to animals
No class whatsoever, Hope he sues the pants off them.
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