|Doomstein - 2011-11-01 |
Evil enough, although I hate minks. Vicious, bitey little monsters.
I wonder how they taste.
|bopeton - 2011-11-01 |
There honestly isn't any difference between leather and fur, but trying to pretend that animals are interested in being "useful to people" is pretty hilarious and evil.
Though I do often think that whenever I pass a billboard every so often on I-70 that shows a cartoon cow & pig smiling and bright-eyed, trying to entice you to a BBQ joint.
I figured that such mascots are so enthusiastic because this is how they keep from meeting the same fate as their fellows.
|mon666ster - 2011-11-01 |
Screw it, I'm calling PETA.
If it hadn't been for the logo I'd think this was a PETA ad.
|TeenerTot - 2011-11-01 |
Interestingly, this is also how the 1% view the 99%.
|Mancakes - 2011-11-01 |
I thought this was some sort of strawman from the PETA folks, but the ad autoplays on the EFBA website.
|Thirteen - 2011-11-01 |
Don't they have to skin the animal alive while they are harvesting it for fur?
No, fur farm animals are electrocuted by having an alligator clip attached to their cheek and a probe shoved up their ass.
Except for minks. Minks you just bend the head back until it is against the spine. This breaks the neck and they thrash about a bit, then die.
Then they skin the animal.
You are thinking of trap line skinning.
|Mother_Puncher - 2011-11-01 |
So fashion and food are both in the same category to these people? Now I dont have to be so shy about all those models I killed and ate.
|memedumpster - 2011-11-01 |
I propose a Human Leather program, where skin is harvested from cadavers and rationed and anyone can opt-out but it's illegal to wear unless you've permanently signed up. OK, maybe not.
|duck&cover - 2011-11-02 |
I like this new episode of "Creature Comforts."
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