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Blogads Finalists Announced!

Written by PETA | October 10, 2007

Last month, I talked a bit about PETA’s contest asking for submissions in our first-ever “blog ad” contest, and even created my own little ad for The PETA Files, which, sadly, we will not be running on any blogs, as it was—according to my friends Joel and Allie who are in charge of these things—”egomaniacal in the extreme.” But we will be running one of the submissions that we did get, and this is your chance to vote for the winner. I’ve posted a couple of my favorites below, and you can see the rest of the finalists here. Enjoy!

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  • Mr. Chief says:

    awww it’s just feces you barbies.

  • Mr. Chief says:

    Poop wont kill ya

  • Michele says:

    Is anybody else here getting concerned with halo snipe’s comments that seem to be getting increasingly violent? It’s seriously sounding quite scary with all of his focusing on guns and wanting to “storm” places and blow up things… Remind you guys of any particular school situations from the past several years?

  • Ray-O says:

    Susannah S deer don’t enjoyed being eaten by wolves either but that kind of thing happens everyday. That cruelty you guys complain about is no big deal.

  • Christopher Cochran MD says:

    Susannah So your saying your not surprised that a well rounded well read thoughtful man like myself dedicates each morning to eradicating the second deadliest cancer in the US. Why thank you. Excuse me while I enjoy some delicious products of menstruation mixed with tasty home grown sweet bell peppers.

  • halo snipe says:

    yeah but E.coli is a bit different. It’s a tough bacterium that needs to be dealt with in a different way.

  • Judith, Freedom Fighter says:

    Your not a Doctor of Medicine anymore. Now you can only live that dream .You got lost somewhere. It happens sometimes drugs money who knows what happens You can tell by your anger and how you love to come here to bully the woman. It is typical of what has happend to you. But if you would like us to call you Dr. would that settle you down alittle bit? We will do our best. Please try something for you nerves. Feel Better. Judith

  • Susannah S says:

    I love “Stop eating poop.” It certainly gets the message across! Dr. Cochran Why am I not surprised that you do coloscopies for a living? And no of course your “venison” otherwise known as deerisn’t covered in feces because it’s not killed in a commercial slaughterhouse although I doubt that the deer enjoy your version any better.

  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Just thoroughly wash your fruits and veggies everyone.

  • rojo says:

    Chris apparently one of the hotspotsapart from the obvious for finding faecal coliforms are in those little lollycandy?jars at restaurants where you pay the bill.

  • rojo says:

    ariel were they properly cooked? biggest problem is mince and sausages if not cooked through. Of course if you are worried about poop then I’d suggest you don’t keep your toothbrush in the same room as a toilet the mist from flushing carries some bits.

  • Joanna says:

    I notice that PETA is recently focused on ‘responsible’ animal breeders and claiming that they are the cuase of shelter animals dying. Additionally PETA is claiming that resposible pet breeders are doing this while making a big profit. The industry that makes a BIG profit from pets is the pet product retailers. Responsible pet breeders make almost nothing and in my experience end up spending lots more than they make. For most responsible pet breeders the raising of the animals is a hobby like restoring an expensive car skiing or traveling and it is not expected to make a profit. It seems to me that every body who keeps an unspayed or unneutered animal is potentially the cause of over population. Rich or poor intentional or unintentional. Focusing blame on breeders does not facilitate getting more animals to the clinic for neuter and spay operations. I think a PETA campaign in conjunction with major pet supply retailers to offer free neuter and spay services with bonus incentives like free bags of pet food would do more good to reduce pet population than just calling all breeders evil.

  • Judith, Freedom Fighter says:

    I fell in love with the love birds. My grandson fell in love with them also.

  • Ana says:

    Thank you Judith and Ariel for being the voice of reason!!! Rachel amusing comments!

  • Christopher Cochran MD says:

    Ariel To my knowledge no such test exists. I suppose you could test the meat for coliforms but I take care in preparing to keep gut flora away from any of the meat. Judith I don’t do colonoscopies on animals. I still practice medicine on humans and that’s “Dr. Shit Man” to you.

  • Ariel says:

    “…at least meat is cooked thereby killing germs.” So I guess the frequent recalls of meat due to E.coli were only hoaxes just to fill empty slots on the national news. “Yeah I know there is a little bit of poop in my chicken but unlike soy chicken it doesn’t taste like it.” Hey if one enjoys eating chicken poop scoop away! I pooperscoop my dog’s poop but I discard it. Interested?

  • Jenna says:

    The chicked period analogy ad is degrading to women. That we should not be eating chicken menstruations is one thing but arguing that it is grossdirtynastydisgusting as juxtaposed with said image is completely disrepectful.

  • Ana says:

    I voted! I eally like the “blog ad” with the cat.

  • Ariel says:

    “venison…no detectable amounts of animal feces.” I’ll go along with no VISUAL detectable amounts of animal feces. But is it true or not in order to determine the possibility of blood in human feces doctors do a simple test for occult blood because it is not visibly detectable? If so wouldn’t it be reasonable to think for the safety of health that a similar test should be conducted for occult feces in venison?

  • halo snipe says:

    yeah. plants are treated with fertilizers which can poison. Cooking meat negates the “poop” making it safe. And if PETA wants to deal with the puppy mills why don’t they just buy weapons storm the mills kill everyone and take the puppies home instead wasting funds from retards in making commercials that end up being banned? RETARDED DEE DE DEEs!

  • Judith, Freedom Fighter says:

    CODE NAME FOR CHRISTOPHER COCHRANTHE “SHIT MAN” They won’t let the good DR. work on humans anymore so he’s going for the animals.

  • rachel says:

    lol MD Cochran… i guess it is fitting you do colonoscopies every morning i would guess you feel comfortable around other assholes all day! birds of a feather you know.

  • Christopher Cochran MD says:

    Rojo A tofu factory in San Francisco recently had problems with coliform bacteria. There is only one place coliforms come from and thats animal feces. We have had more than one problem with coliforms on vegetables here as well.

  • Jason Levy says:

    I love the “stop eating poop” one! I’d by far pick that one out of those two.

  • Ray-O says:

    Yeah I know there’s a little bit of poop in my chicken but unlike soy chicken it doesn’t taste like it.

  • rojo says:

    I’d be more worried about the fruitvegetables that have had human waste for fertiliser at least meat is cooked thereby killing the germs.

  • rachel says:

    i can not see ANY of the ads on the other page even though i can see them on your page. where are they???

  • Christopher Cochran MD says:

    I am certain that the venison my family eats this evening has no detectable amount of animal feces. I know this because I brought it from field to table myself and since I do colonoscopies every morning I have a pretty good idea what stool is.

  • Carla says:

    Oh Shit! Pardon the Pun! I love em’ all! But Beth Downey’s got my vote!

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