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November 21, 2012

On presidential pardons vs. turkey pardons

gloridiamonds says: they are mad because he wants to kill a turkey? correct me if im wrong but this is so damn stupid. Animals are here for us to eat. WE are higher than them on the food chain so plz

» SFB says: Actually, that wasn’t my point at all. The issue is that this ceremonial pardon gets way more attention and consideration than the actual presidential pardons, which the president isn’t doing very many of. Doing it on Facebook makes the whole thing even more flip. I don’t care if you eat turkey — really, I don’t think anyone should give a flip about what’s on anyone’s table tomorrow. This, however, is just a weird tradition. — Ernie @ SFB

(Source: cbsnews.com)

12:25 // 1 year ago
February 27, 2012
10:44 // 2 years ago
November 15, 2011
So, once you get past the fact that PETA’s Mario riff is disgusting, the game is actually kind of fun. We admit to spending far too long trying to beat it.

So, once you get past the fact that PETA’s Mario riff is disgusting, the game is actually kind of fun. We admit to spending far too long trying to beat it.

1:23 // 2 years ago
So, Mario pulls a suit out of his closet that he hasn’t worn in over 20 years, and all of a sudden PETA thinks it’s worthy of making a bloody video game parody (not safe for stomach) over? Really? What, is the style police going to go after Kuribo’s Shoe next?

So, Mario pulls a suit out of his closet that he hasn’t worn in over 20 years, and all of a sudden PETA thinks it’s worthy of making a bloody video game parody (not safe for stomach) over? Really? What, is the style police going to go after Kuribo’s Shoe next?

0:29 // 2 years ago
March 30, 2011
[San Francisco] deserves a neighborhood named after a delicious cruelty-free food instead of the flesh of an abused animal.
PETA’s Tracy Reiman • Regarding the city’s notorious Tenderloin district. The TL, as some call it, is a notoriously rough area near San Francisco’s financial district; according to local lore, it’s named after the preferred cut of meat for neighborhood cops overflowing with bribe money. PETA is offended at this carnivore-centric nomenclature, and wants to rename the neighborhood “The Tempeh,” after the soy product. Once again, PETA really ought to consider picking their battles more carefully. Besides, renaming it “The Tempeh” might imply that the corrupt cops preferred cruelty-free food. And we don’t want to glorify corrupt cops, do we? source (viafollow)
13:55 // 3 years ago