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I bet if they were to spend a few more hours outside in the cold they would have begged for some fur to keep them warm.
Keep in mind that PETA is happier seeing hydrocarbon pollution spew into the environment to manufacture Goretex and Thinsulate, as a happy alternative to eco-sensible/ renewable resources like natural materials like fur.
Reading about the exploits of these brave and intelligent individuals has caused me to become.........................hungry. Time to find some meat for lunch.
I know where our conversation about mental health can begin.
all I can do is shake my head at this ridiculous stunt...
The guy doesn't actually support PETA at all but the girl asked him nicely.
PETA's primary objective is to shock, titillate, and otherwise draw attention to their members, rather than to open a meaningful discussion about cruelty to animals. I suspect the two attention-seekers got the cold shoulder they deserved. Perhaps they can console themselves by staring lovingly at their photo in the newspaper. It only made me want to eat bacon.
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