PETA’s Banned Thanksgiving Ad

When I heard that PETA had a Thanksgiving ad banned, I was expecting something a bit more shocking. This is pretty tame.

(via Buzzfeed)

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  1. lurker111,

    Reminds me a bit of this:

    http://abstrusegoose.com/56

    Bet a lot of folks wish they had the stones to pull off something like this.

    :)

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    • err,

      jeez it’s a little TOO similar.
      kinda like someone at peta saw the comic and shamelessly ripped it off.

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  2. err,

    special thanks for chemicals, dirt and poop.

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  3. Roadgames223,

    This year, as usual, we’re having roast pork. The pig was raised on a farm in Homestead (Fla.), where it lived about as happy as a pig in shit. I eat shit all the time, so that’s not an issue. My conscience is clear.
    Plus, Cubans don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, technically. We’re just thankful for the long weekend. God bless ‘Merica.

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  4. Erich Schrempp,

    They should just run the infamous Sarah Palin video with the turkey slaughter going on behind her.

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  5. Mean Mouth Mike,

    I’m glad someone stopped Peta and there pro rainbow agenda.

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  6. Danno,

    What a charming little girl.

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  7. Max,

    MMmm…poop.

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  8. LL,

    Stations will run limp dick ads but not this. What a joke.

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  9. -l,

    I was always a little caught off guard by people who thought the culture I grew up in, in which many people hunt wild game, was so terrible while enjoying their chicken tenders. “You mean he actually kills the poor deer?” – without ever thinking that someone killed the cow they are eating while talking to me. The disconnect we Americans have between what we eat and where it is from, and what is added to it, is bizarre.

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