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Hooray for the Grammar Police!

Hooray for the Grammar Police!

Posted on April 28, 2007 | Written by PETA

As a former editor, I’ve spent a whole lot of time poring through a little tome called The Associated Press Stylebook. Along with its rival, The Chicago Manual of …

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Fur Is a Drag!

Fur Is a Drag!

Posted on April 27, 2007 | Written by PETA

I just got back from the “Doo Dah parade” in Norfolk, where local businesses and charities march up and down the street in the silliest outfits they can think …

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Fast for Felix

Fast for Felix

Posted on April 27, 2007 | Written by PETA

Joan Court is 88 years old, and she’s been working on behalf of animals for a very long time. Yesterday in Oxford, she made another powerful statement for animals …

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Make Your Own KFC Sign!

Make Your Own KFC Sign!

Posted on April 27, 2007 | Written by PETA

Finally. This project has been in the works for longer than I care to admit, and it’s incredibly exciting for me to see the beautiful, beautiful final product. A …

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Michael Vick in Disgrace

Michael Vick in Disgrace

Posted on April 26, 2007 | Written by PETA

Like most people, I love to watch the man play football, but if the allegations I heard today are true, I’m not sure I ever want to see Michael …

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Drill Sergeant Michelle Manhart’s New Naked Ad

Drill Sergeant Michelle Manhart’s New Naked Ad

Posted on April 26, 2007 | Written by PETA

Air Force Drill Sergeant Michelle Manhart made big headlines a little while back when the Air Force got all in a tizzy after finding out she had posed for …

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Urgent Update From Texas

Urgent Update From Texas

Posted on April 26, 2007 | Written by PETA

You probably remember the Primarily Primates, Inc. (PPI) case we have been working on for a year or so. If not, PPI is the pseudo-sanctuary in Texas where, late …

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Yo Quiero Taco Bell

Yo Quiero Taco Bell

Posted on April 25, 2007 | Written by PETA

So I walked into my local Taco Bell today, psyched to order my usual lunch, the always delicious and satisfying combo of a bean and rice burrito and a …

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60,000 Canadian Seal Pups Saved

60,000 Canadian Seal Pups Saved

Posted on April 25, 2007 | Written by PETA

I just wanted to give you a quick update on the sealers trapped in the ice in Newfoundland. Well, it turns out that there are still hundreds of hunters …

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Post Your Photos!

Post Your Photos!

Posted on April 25, 2007 | Written by PETA

PETA has a new Flickr account! Which is a very good thing, because up until now, we had thousands of photos of demonstrations, events, animal-friendly celebrities, and old PETA …

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Robofalcons

Robofalcons

Posted on April 24, 2007 | Written by PETA

Ken the Killer It’s difficult to say exactly why London Mayor Ken Livingstone hates pigeons with such a virulent passion. Perhaps he was bitten by a pigeon as a …

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Vegan Fashion on the Today Show

Vegan Fashion on the Today Show

Posted on April 24, 2007 | Written by PETA

So I’ve been vegetarian for kind of a long time, and back in the day, my choices for nonleather shoes and belts and so forth were pretty much nonexistent. …

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The Dutch Continue to Be Awesome

The Dutch Continue to Be Awesome

Posted on April 24, 2007 | Written by PETA

Holland, being awesome since 100 B.C. I’ve talked about how rad The Netherlands are before—when the Dutch “Party for the Animals” (yes, Holland has a legitimate political party dedicated …

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100,000 Pounds of Beef Recalled by Richwood Meat

100,000 Pounds of Beef Recalled by Richwood Meat

Posted on April 23, 2007 | Written by PETA

Fears of E. coli contamination have prompted California-based Richwood foods to recall more than 100,000 pounds of beef from grocery stores. The scare comes after three children became seriously …

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KFC Exec David Novak Gets an Earful

KFC Exec David Novak Gets an Earful

Posted on April 23, 2007 | Written by PETA

Thanks to a few compassionate Kentucky residents, including the insuppressible Lindsay Rajt, who works on our KFC Campaign out of Louisville, David Novak, the CEO of KFC’s parent company, …

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