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Debate Animal Rights, and Get Paid

Written by PETA | November 9, 2007

Up until Wednesday, you can put yourself in the running to earn a bit of spending money over at Helium.com just for doing what you do so well right here on this very blog. Anyone interested can head over there and post your thoughts on topics ranging from “PETA’s Kentucky Fried Cruelty Campaign” to “How to End Animal Homelessness”. Check it out here if it strikes your fancy.

They’ve got a nice little community going over there, and the articles make for some pretty interesting (and, yes, occasionally infuriating) reading.

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  • Caboose (Combine Slayer) says:

    Christina So talking about meat preparation and sekmecthon is bad? STEREOTYPES!

  • rojo says:

    carolyn why would anyone move polar bears to antarctica think of the poor penguins. andrea I’m sure producers of fossil fuels car manufacturers chemical industries and a burgeoning human population can take comfort knowing all the ills of the world are simply caused by eating meat.

  • Christina says:

    this is a cool idea and a great way for people to write about important issues but the person who is in the lead to win on the site is also writing articles about BBQ rubs for pork meat etc…and how to buy a good rotisserie chicken??? gross. i dont really understand people sometimes..but still some great articles!

  • Andrea says:

    i love the fact others have a say in the murder that spreads like a diases every time someone eats a… well dead animal rest their souls every known f… up out there is caused by the filth is dispensenses through the whole atmosphere think ppl break it down nature and love is the only way to go.

  • Carolyn Phillips says:

    Do you know of anyone who is moving relocating Polar bears to Antartica?

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