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The problem is Bob Parsons should have been on everyone's radar a long time ago, and he should have received the scuzzy CEO award from PETA much earlier as well. Shooting an elephant in the dark is not the only reason Parsons should be criticized. Read More »
Although I’m not sure which I find more annoying these days, PETA offering to pay for Lohan’s rehab or the previous chatter about Bill Clinton and Mike Tyson turning vegan, I have to admit that this recent trend of big names giving up the animal in their diet is a positive thing. I’ve always talked […]
I was going to be negative in my newest post, but I decided to go with the more positive and tasty alternative. Plus, I may have passed my PETA rant quotient for the year. Sorry. ‘Vegan cupcake:’ The tastiest oxymoron If you can get past Vanessa Farquharson’s need to make veganism seem extreme and her […]
It gets better, depending on what you’re looking for: Official Lettuce Ladies website One small step for veganism (?), far too many steps back for a lot of other movements. I promise, if someone can demonstrate to me that veg folk often wear clothes made out of produce, I will stop picking on PETA. Or […]
CBC – NL designer feels discriminated against PETA applauds Apple and Steve Jobs Sure, clubbing digital seals is offensive, but is it worse than killing prostitutes, deer or fishing in the palm of your hand? Should all of these games be banned? Discuss.
PETA’s North American city rankings So, I’m not surprised at all to see Portland in the number one spot for the States, and I guess seeing Vancouver as the best in Canada shouldn’t drop any jaws. However, I have to say I’m surprised at how the prairies make their way on the list. Calgary beats […]
Getting Real About the High Price of Cheap Food – TIME. Although not specifically pro-vegan, it does sum up a lot of what I’ve been reading lately. Plus, it’s not anti-PETA!
OK, I'm going to try and avoid more PETA bashing this week. So, here is something a little more heartwarming than sewage plant sponsorship. Although it does still contain a reference to whales, but at least this one is not harmful to the animal's self-esteem. Read More »
I laughed at this more than I was mad at it, but there were some moments that felt like the veg* folks in general were also being made fun of. PETA gets the Onion treatment.
PETA’s Banned Superbowl AD Am I the only one who sometimes wishes PETA was not the major representative for the veg cause? After dealing with a lot of questions, and a few confrontations, over the past few months for the tour and the booking of it, I came to realize that the mainstream perception of […]