PETA Takes Anti-McNugget Fight To Streets [Pic]

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This is one effective way to keep people from entering this North Carolina Micky D"s.
There are 152 comments:
Male 247
Yeah, I`d still tap that...er...eat that.

PETA. Psshhh! Animals are eaten by humans. Get over it. I wonder if cannibals have to deal with PETP.
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Male 25,417
The heads are cut off, why didnt they depict that?
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Female 17
I don`t understand why anyone would want a chicken to be scalded to death when there are humane ways to kill animals. I`m not going to McDonald`s anymore.
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Male 19
I honestly don`t think that that will make a big difference at all.
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Female 126
And if not being eaten, a chicken`s purpose is...what, exactly?
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Female 32
lerie: Bordain is correct.
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Female 1,264
Let`s be honest: if animals were slightly smarter, they`d do the same to us. So GET OVER IT, we`re all food for the next animal.

SO...

as Anthony Bourdain wisely said: "I don`t want animals stressed or crowded or treated cruelly or inhumanely because that makes them probably less delicious."
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Male 149
I would still go in if i wanted chicken nuggets
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Male 552
McCruelty: I`m hatin` it.

Wow PETA, you sure are clever. hahaha
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Female 235
Still delicious.
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Male 2,893
Yummy. McNuggets.
I`m gonna go buy some now, this made me hungry.
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Female 584
Next thing you know they`ll be going after Family Guy for the Peter vs Giant Chicken fights.
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Male 7,378
At least this fake chicken gets to see the light of day.
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Male 155
Ya this only makes me want chicken... I probably wouldn`t go in here but I would go to KFC get me a doublicious
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Male 2,855
imagine how many nuggets could come out of that chicken.. mmmmm
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Male 7,808
duckboy87, killing is probably the MOST human thing.
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Male 802
Wouldn`t stop me from entering. In fact it would probably pull me in.
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Male 203
cuuuute mc donalds are so nice! they take care of injured chieckens even providing crutches! i`m sure peta would want to put them down, would you kill a human with broken legs?
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Male 2,579
Disgustipated
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Female 535
Kill it. Grill it. Slap it on a plate.
Shut the drat up about it.
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Male 3,619
"Never trust a giant chicken"
-Peter Griffin
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Male 239
Poor chicken, needs putting out of it`s misery... technically it would be cruel to allow this kind of thing to continue therefore more people should eat chicken burgers and chicken nuggets to minimise the chickens suffering.
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Male 56
I am reminded of the chicken from various Family Guy.
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Male 185
meh. next.
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Male 1,067
"McCruelty" = epic winning.
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Male 437
This chicken was clearly not scalded to death. Looks like he just lost a fight.
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Male 2,988
wouldn`t slow me down at all. actually would push me more towards a chicken sandwich than a burger cuz it reminds me that i love chicken more than beef
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Male 734
I hate PETA
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Male 474
Anyone ever peeled the `skin` off of a McNugget? I did when I was a kid and the sight pretty much shocked me into never eating McNuggets again. What I found was a coating of yellow slime like material on the `meat`
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Male 3,619
@Cobra, so poisoning, suffocating, and neck snapping. Those are definitely painless and humane... /sarcasm
Point being, killing is not humane... EVER.
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Male 356
I don`t give a damn.
What`s the big deal with animals being "tortured" and such, when millions of people are suffering daily? Seriously, they need to divert their resources and efforts elsewhere.
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Female 196
Unless you raise your own animals or partake/observe the routine husbandry and slaughter of livestock animals, you can probably bet they suffered a good deal.

Chickens have it the worst. Cows have it the best and they are shot in between the eyes with compressed air then their throat is cut open.

I eat meat. I don`t like how these animals are treated but I don`t have the time or resources to raise my own and I enjoy eating them.

FYI: any meat you buy has to be antibiotic free. It`s illegal to sell meat from an animal that had antibiotics and was not held the proper withholding period until they were slaughtered.
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Male 7,808
cajun, that could be. but that doesnt go against what i stated. skills can be learned whereas behaviors are pretty much determined by your genome.
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Male 591
for every animal you dont eat peta, I will eat 3.

Thank Maddox for that insightful wisdom, which I carry to this day.
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Male 5,189
Im hungry.
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Male 194
Peter Griffin did that
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Female 1,101
Is that even true? Do we know? I usually buy the healthy hormone and antibiotic free chicken when I go to the grocery store, but I do love a good nugget on occasion.
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Male 480
"Surely there are laws that prevent tasteless art!"
uh, no there arent, and that`s good. technically there is no tasteless art, just unintended audiences. You must respect other people`s freedom of expression, even if you dont agree with what they are expressing. that is the essence of art
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Male 134
Nuggets are essentially made not from chicken meat but the leftovers. But really, what`s wrong with that? It would otherwise go to waste. And really, there`s no misconception that it`s a healthfood - nobody says it`s made out of frickin` kale. So...what`s the big deal, people running out of things to protest? Go to Libya if you really need a cause and stay the fark out of my chicken bone and sinew nuggets.
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Male 83
Chicken McNuggets taste like crap. The taste stops me. A chicken on crutches makes me think of Family Guy.
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Male 371
Bock
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Male 10,440
Surely there are laws that prevent tasteless art!

Also, we don`t beat up chickens, we kill them.
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Male 835
Even if this would stop me from eating animals, and it wouldn`t, there is no reason to worry, as the McNugget is not made from chicken. It`s made of former Nixon cabinet members. And the Watergate burglars. I think.
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Male 12,365
My assumption would be that it was a lie.

After all, it comes from PETA.
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Male 310
Why would this stop me?
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Female 227
That wouldn`t stop me from walking in. Honestly, PETA should just drat off.
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Male 10,855
[quote]enough individuals develop this behavior and you find an entire species with this behavior eventually.[/quote]

Wasn`t there an experiment though where a female was taught certain skills, and when that female had children the former would teach the exact same things the former itself was taught?
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Male 7,808
brittneybop is completely right. certain breeds (labs, colleys, etc.) are bred to be playful house pets while others (dobermins, etc.) are bred to be guard dogs and are supposed to be more aggressive.
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Male 2,345
and yet I still don;t care and will still eat them. they are FOOD, not pets and not humans.
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Male 7,808
cajun, im sorry if i am misreading you but i just came in to your conversation. there is a strong link between genetics and behavior. It is the thought of most in both the biological and psychological fields that genetics plays a larger role in an individuals behavior than anything else. enough individuals develop this behavior and you find an entire species with this behavior eventually.
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Female 23
Point --> madest.
Cajun, any canine can be bred for behavior. You selectively choose the most docile of the feral animals, and breed for the behaviors you desire. One of the first behaviors sought in early dog breeding was the ability to `communicate` with people. Domesticated dogs will pay attention to humans, and actually seek their assistance, whereas wolves will totally ignore people they aren`t threatened by. Almost as soon as you`ve bred out aggression, you`ll find that coloration, eye color, size, tail length, etc. etc. begin falling into patterns. There`s a really good "Nova" special all about it.
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Male 15,510
Lmao PETA. Everything we have, the clothing we wear, it comes from animal products and all
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Male 39,524

I don`t care if they call it `McSynthetic McFakeFood` I`d still eat it.

nuggets are delicious!

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Male 7,378
Yes it does all those things. In fact one of the first changes is the color of their fur. The Newfoundland has the same ancestors as the Corgi.
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Male 10,855
[quote]I thought this was common knowledge[/quote]

Look man I`m not trying to disprove genetics, but I really don`t think its influence is as vast as many people think it is. Does it affect eye color? Hair color? Skin tone? Height? Disposition to various disorders? You bet your ass and them some. I`m saying there are some serious questions regarding a genetic-behavoir link.
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Male 119
Scalded chicken is delicious...
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Male 2,133
Give me a bag of buns and I`d cheese burger India into the stone age.
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Male 7,378
Wow man.. I thought this was common knowledge. You take the least aggressive wolf and breed it with another non aggressive wolf and after a few generations of doing that dogs are made.
I`m sure you can look it up.
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Male 92
What about the poor wheat stalks that get cut down in the prime of their life? Or the poor little soy beans they boil to death before they can sprout? It`s all just too awful to think about.
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Male 10,855
[quote]100`s of years worth of breeding the mean-ness out of wolves[/quote]

What do you mean by "mean-ness"? Wolf packs have there own social structure and become aggressive when it or themselves become threatened or when the alpha male commands them to. Likewise there are dogs that become aggressive when they are threatened/starved or their masters are threatened or they`re given orders to do so (especially attack dogs, present in many species). I`m not saying selective breeding hasn`t done anything to them, but I really think it has not changed their ability to learn different skills.
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Male 7,378
Cajun, Newsflash! Dogs are the byproduct of 100`s of years worth of breeding the mean-ness out of wolves. That includes ALL dogs except for the Basenji which is a distant relative of the Dingo. Domesticated dogs did not come from wild dogs they are a different species.
OK that you`re not reading the Bible but you should at least read something.
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Male 7,808
duckboy87, injections that slow the heart beat and brain activity until eventual death, anesthetic inhalation until eventual death (gassing if you will), cervical dislocation (neck snapping) causes instant death, or a captive bolt in some animals. i hope these work for you.
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Male 10,855
[quote]put down the Bible[/quote]

I`ve hardly read the book, and I`m not even citing it. Red Herring.
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Male 10,855
[quote">Specifically bred over 100`s of years to become loyal and dependent on man. Come on man, stop jerkin my chain.[/quote">

Actually that REALLY depends on the breed, I`d say that`s true for toy/small breeds.

This article gives some questions raised on the genetics-behavoir link.
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Male 7,378
oh my... Somebody should put down the Bible and read: On the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin.
You don`t want to live in a world with wild dogs, it would only create problems for humans and domesticated dogs.

And of course every living thing has a survival instinct. Dogs left to fend for themselves (like what happened in the aftermath of Katrina) become scavengers but they`re still domesticated.

You can tame a wild animal but they`re still wild. You cannot un-domesticate a dog.
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Male 1,231
Do dogs not still have genetic survival instincts? I think their natural instincts still exist; engrained in their DNA, no matter how domesticated they are. Wild and domesticated isn`t black and white; how come a domesticated cat will still hunt birds and mice??
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Female 781
Same as everyone else`s lobsters.
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Male 10,855
[quote]You cannot teach a dog to be wild because they are domesticated[/quote]

Wait a minute, ASPCA/PETA rescues pups most the time. Wildlife rehabilitators themselves usually deal with pups. We can`t even figure out how to train rescued pups to survive in the wild?

Now perhaps we can`t right now but it certainly would be a worthy venture to look into. It would ultimately mean less euthanasians. As Quik2theStab pointed out there`s not that much of a difference. Now there are domesticated animals that have been neutered/spayed, but for those that aren`t then the real difference is how they matured and their behavoir. Behavoir is indeed changeable.
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Male 29
PETA is a bunch of idiots. They are the extremist wing of animal rights associations. Stand up for animal rights and join a REAL animal rights group.
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Male 7,378
Cajun, Jesus. WTF man? You`re telling me you don`t know the difference between a wild animal and a domesticated animal? I know you`re smarter than this. Teaching a Tiger to be wild is easy because THEY ARE WILD! You cannot teach a dog to be wild because they are domesticated. Specifically bred over 100`s of years to become loyal and dependent on man. Come on man, stop jerkin my chain.
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Male 2,085
Effective how?
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Male 58
PETA seems to have lost it`s creativity, and as such it is now just annoying.
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Male 125
McNuggets are delicious
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Male 474
I`m gonna refer to Carl`s Jr`s ad here: "There aren`t any nuggets on a chicken"
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Male 10,855
[quote]can`t turn a domesticated dog into a wild dog without breeding it into them...
PETA euthanizing dogs however[/quote]

Really now? Zookeepers around the world teach Tigers (a much heavier animal) how to survive in the wild. I`ve seen a place in the Cayman islands where they teach sea turtles how to survive in the wild. Why does PETA have to euthanize healthy animals when they can instead hire professionals to teach them how to survive in the wild?
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Female 2,695
i live in NC, anyone know what city this is in? if it`s close enough i`d like to go see it irl
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Male 2,486
God yes, pain and trans fat. BRB MCDONALDS.
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Male 7,378
Cajun, I know there are such a thing as Wild Dogs. But you should know that you can`t turn a domesticated dog into a wild dog without breeding it into them... Still confused about what that has to do with PETA euthanizing dogs however.
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Male 10,855
@madest

You were referring to domesticated Animals, and I was reminding you that there are undomesticated animals which survive without any human interaction, at least not the kind you were referring to.
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Male 7,378
@Cajun, What do wild dogs have to do with PETA?

@Quik2TheStab, PETA is not a "terrorist organization" solely because you don`t agree with their actions. Nor do they set dogs free at dog shows, Google it.

PETA has made America a better place for animals. Many of you aren`t old enough to remember this but Furriers used to be as ubiquitous as Jewelry stores. Thanks to PETA they`ve taken the glamour out of wearing chinchilla and mink.
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Male 161
I am against animal cruelty, it makes an inferior product. And I am not a cruel man, but all PETA members get in a line and I will commence the slapping.
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Male 10,855
[quote]Many times euthanasia is the only compassionate way to treat them.[/quote]


If it`s a healthy animal why not teach it to fend for itself? That way when it dies the blood isn`t on our hands. We`re capable rehabilitating tigers and lions aren`t we?
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Male 10,855
[quote]wild dogs are about as different from domestic dogs as wolves are[/quote]

Right, but they behave very differently.
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Male 88
They cant "Scald" them to death. Then how would the delicious nuggets stay tender? C`mon peta. I think you`re confusing their chicken nugget cooking methods with McDonald`s gourmet lobster preparation.
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Male 658
Apologies for misspelling your name, Madest.
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Male 658
A few things:

Maddest, PETA are terrorists. They have committed terrorist acts, including letting animals loose at dog shows.

Cajun, wild dogs are about as different from domestic dogs as wolves are, and there aren`t actually any wild cats that are the same species as domesticated ones.
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Female 4,039
I agree with Madest - it might not be the greatest solution, but I would rather see a dog humanely euthanized than chained to a tree and forgotten in a yard. I have more of a problem with breeders. Why should you be able to let two dogs mate and then sell their puppies. IMO, breeding should be illegal, that way if you want a pet, you have to adopt one.
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Male 7,378
PETA is not the ASPCA. PETA is not the pound. I really doubt they`re dumping dogs at dog shows in hopes they`d get hit by cars. PETA is an animal rights enterprise not a dog rescue operation. PETA`s dogs come from people who`ve lost their right to own the dogs for some sort of abuse. I too wish they would use some of their donations towards finding homes for these animals but I understand the "why`s" behind what they do. Not everyone is capable of taking in one of Michael Vicks dogs and rehabilitating them. Many times euthanasia is the only compassionate way to treat them.
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Female 21
PETA can suck my balls! While i`m eating chicken nuggets.
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Male 519
This makes me want to buy the nuggets I was going to buy, and then buy another order out of spite.
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Female 136
RAGEMONSTER, LOLOL. word.
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Male 588
nom nom nom
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Male 3,619
So then, Cobra, how do you "painlessly kill" something?
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Male 10,855
[quote]Dogs thrive on human companionship because they are our creation.[/quote]


The dogs you`re referring to are domesticated, there are dogs and cats that live in the wild without any human companionship.
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Female 1,324
@madest

because when an owner of a pet puts their pet down, it`s because they`re sick and they`re trying to avoid the months of suffering the animals would have if they were to die due to variable diseases or old age. PETA lets out dogs at dog shows which then get hit and injured by cars on the often near-by roadways. PETA is putting down perfectly healthy animals because they`re in shelters. PETA are non-nice individuals who need to mind their own f***ing business -.-
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Male 422
This doesn`t work. Its free advertisment for McDonalds. This just made me think of how bomb McDonalds fries are
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Male 4,135
no, their heads are cut off
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Male 606
you know in Korea they eat dogs and there is an old trick to make the dog taste better... when you beat it to death it is scared and when scared the dogs adrenaline is rushing which in turn makes the dogs cooked meat taste better...mmmm marination!
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Male 7,378
[quote]Since 1998, PETA has opted to put down 23,640 adoptable dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens instead of finding homes for them. F.U.C.K peta.[/quote]
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This always comes up every time there`s a PETA posting. It`s always used as a reason to bash PETA. When in fact most people who have had dogs for pets have been faced with the prospect of putting their dog down. Damn things don`t die on their own it seems. So if people who love their dogs put them down, why then when PETA does it is it any less loving? Dogs thrive on human companionship because they are our creation. To house a dog just to keep it alive is not compassionate, it`s torture to the dog. PETA`s actions towards dogs is indeed compassionate and it`s unfair to hold them to a standard that you wouldn`t hold any other dog owner to.
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Male 364
I will start the Hiromi fan club now.

PETA is a joke and completely ineffective - they want to raise awareness and draw attention to themselves more than they want to change behavior. Sad and misguided waste of time, energy and resources.
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Male 1,540
Oh man I really want some nuggets now.
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Male 405
Should be more grotesque, if they want it to work.
I still kinda want some nuggets.
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Male 586
@ bacon pie Gen. 1:20,24
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Male 833
chances are that if youre someone that gets turned off of foods by how its prepared you wouldnt eat fast food anyway, and if you eat fast food then how its prepared likely doesnt matter much to you.
so this is completely useless and ineffective
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Female 1,148
Peta hating vegetarian here..
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Male 506
That is it. I`m going to eat the entire PETA chairboard.
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Male 112
hmmm...chicken nuggets!
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Male 1,587
I hate how the description says, "This is one effective way to keep people..." It doesn`t bother me at all...
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Female 136
@SarahofBorg "Also, they are the ONLY kill shelters at all."

No, no they are not. Most city shelters (including ASPCA) are kill shelters. More important is the fact that PETA puts down an overwhelming amount of pets compared to other shelters. Even more important is that PETA tries to be over the top about animal protection, and then has those kind of numbers.

To be even more specific, a good portion of those pets they do put down are actually fairly adoptable (i.e. puppies from mills, kittens, young animals in general). Those are demographics that are highly adoptable, but they get put down anyway for silly reasons like flea infestation or a broken leg. That doesn`t happen in regulated city shelters where treatment is mandatory if it CAN be easily fixed, PETA just doesn`t seem to want to bother with treatment though. Of course, it helps that city shelters usually have multiple highly educated vets on hand, but I can`t recall PETA shelters being similar.
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Male 1,292
id get a f*ckload of chicken nuggets and sit in front of that thing just eating them
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Male 3,060
chickens have no souls, so they have no feelings. by the way, have y`all tried dominos revamped chicken nuggets? they are yummers!
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Male 42
Funny coming from an organization that kills thousands of animals in an industrial freezer every year.
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Male 4,807
Yummy Chickens are kept in a dark area (in their tiny cages on the trucks) for 24 hours. This calms them and makes sure all their poopy are eliminated. Then they get hung by the feet and 10 seconds later BAM... no more head. Then approx 10 secs. after being headless into the bath they go (this is to scald all the feather for easy removal).
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Male 487
"The scalding to death thing is probably the best thing that happens to the chicken"

PETA are a bunch of shock jocks... Anyone who`s ever butchered a chicken (or any animal for that matter) knows that you never scald it to death. When the animals last moments are spent writhing in pain or quivering in fear the meat ends up tough as poo and almost unusable.

Mcdonalds buys their chicken, they`re not in the business of running slaughter houses.

And most likely the chicken are electrocuted or some other `humane` method.
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Male 946
Wow, now I`m really salivating. Thanks PETA.
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Male 7,808
duckboy87, painlessly is humane.
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Female 3,562
Jimbo, that article is misleading. PETA is one of the few organizations of shelters that takes in animals that are unadoptable. Essentially, you have the choice of sending your 18 year old diabetic cat to the street to die or give them to a PETA shelter to have a small chance at adoption before they euthanize it. Also, they are the ONLY kill shelters at all. The ASPCA will likely not take your pet unless they think it`s adoptable.
Can you imagine what it would be like if all the unwanted pets weren`t euthanized? Do you really want tens of thousands of animals that lead a good 10 years of life in a happy home to spend another 10 years in a cage?
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Female 857
Okay, now I want a Micky Dee!
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Male 40,269
Poor chickens! They should be killed in a more natural way: torn apart by fangs!
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Female 3,562
I couldn`t agree more that the way they treat chickens is horribly wrong. However, if it were up to PETA we would only eat organically grown grass. There`s a middle ground. The scalding to death thing is probably the best thing that happens to the chicken, in comparison to the rest of it`s horrible miserable life.
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Male 183
Since 1998, PETA has opted to “put down” 23,640 adoptable dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens instead of finding homes for them. F.U.C.K peta.
peta kills adoptable pets.
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Male 1,929
I wouldn`t believe what animal people say. I would, however, have a little faith in the animal welfare inspectors.
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Male 3,619
madduck, how do you "humanely kill" something?
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Male 7,808
looks like foghorn leghorn got his ass beat.
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Male 3,619
There`s no such thing as bad publicity.
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Female 7,981
Loathe factory farming. If people would be happy with much less meat ( which is healthier anyway) then it would not exist. Sure- eat meat, but humanely treated and killed. Outdoor reared porked is few pence more than the other stuff, but nicer, free range chicken, about a quid more a kilo.
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Male 232
WHAT?! There`s actually chicken in a McNugget? I thought they were made from cow lips, fish, and horse hooves.
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Male 426
scalded to death? Like they saw it? Even then. It`s a f_cking animal. don`t go on about that human bullpoo either because they aren`t human... Ugh... nvm I just looked up humane. showing sympathy towards humans and animals. Can`t troll this one.
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Male 308
the extra adrenaline from the fear they experience as they are scalded to death adds flavor to the meat... nom nom nom
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Female 72
I want that chicken!
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Male 541
They HAVE to kill the chicken to eat it. duh.
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Male 4,807
And whom actually caused this??





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Female 2,525
@screwzloose
Do you torture the animals you hunt before killing them? If you do, you`re a shiity hunter. If not, what you do is nothing like what goes on in factory farms.
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Male 3,745
now im hungry :(
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Male 145
clearly mcdonalds is worse than hitler. however, this has made me hungry for delicious delicious mcnuggets, i better go get some. auf wiedersehen!
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Male 2,619
Lame c()ck
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Male 218
Hahahaha @ Turf!!!
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Male 90
god i want some chicken nuggets now. soo hungry!
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Male 32
I could care less about that thing being in front of the store. I`d still go in and eat. Whatever..
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Female 9,557
I always hated McDonald`s chicken anyway.
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Female 1,435
well what should they do then? put 2 in a ring and watch them fight to the death? then they cook the dead one? wait, that might be quite entertaining. tickets! i got tickets! watch your food fight to the death!!
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Male 773
`Scalded to death.`

Thats what usually happens when you put`em in a pot of boiling water. Lobster, anyone?
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Male 384
i hunt,so no, this wouldn`t slow me down a bit.

stupid peta
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Female 2,525
Wow, PETA is capable of carrying out a demonstration that doesn`t involve nude women covered in blood?
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Male 8,407
Put that poor beast out of his misery....then pluck him, clean him and southern fry him.

Yummm, Yum.
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Male 11,739
I`ll bet most people just walk by and ignore it. They don`t care where the food comes from or how animals are treated. They just want their lunch.
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Male 270
I say that`s Foghorn Leghorn ain`t it i say i say!
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Male 39,524

Well, if you can`t make your point with facts
you can always just lie.
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Male 864
No it`s not. That just makes me hungry for for a hot `n spicy.
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Female 192
Also, "McCruelty: i`m hatin it"

Really...?
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Female 192
That`s freaky.
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Male 570
Link: PETA Takes Anti-McNugget Fight To Streets [Pic] [Rate Link] - This is one effective way to keep people from entering this North Carolina Micky D`s.
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