Written by Michelle Kretzer
PETA's "skipper" and "first
mate" set their course for Harborfest in Norfolk, Virginia, to tell the
throngs of visitors in town to ogle tall ships from around the world how to
keep the wind in their sails for years to come.
By making it vegan the next time they're in the galley, staying healthy will become smooth sailing for these mateys.
Not to mention the added benefit of
keeping unwanted pounds at bay!
Two PETA beauties transformed into Tomb
Raider lookalikes to help gamers at L.A.'s E3 gaming expo fight off the real Resident
Maddened by the fact that meat is
contributing to obesity in
the gaming community, the gals answered their Call of Duty (in ammo belts made of carrots) to help entice
gamers to adopt a diet that will make them want to Dance, Dance.
for it to be on like Donkey Kong?
Written by Jeff Mackey
3000 is a weeklong auto race that runs from New York to Los Angeles, and PETA's sexy
"Race Car Girls" were waiting by the checkered flag to remind
finishers and spectators to "rev their engines" by going vegan. After
all, not only is vegan food a top-quality fuel that is more energy-efficient and less polluting than food from animals, it's also a winning formula that helps keep our bodies away
from pit stops (heart disease, cancer, strokes, etc.) and get them all the way to the finish
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