New York Times Features Full-Page Ringling Expose Ad

Published by PETA Staff.
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Sorry, Internet, but even as a blogger, I have to say that there’s no better way to start the morning than to get newsprint-smudged fingers as you flip through the Times. Actually, I stand corrected: The only thing more satisfying is opening up this morning’s New York Times to see an ad that exposes Ringling’s abuse of baby elephants.

Didn’t get a copy of this morning’s paper? Check out the full-page spread here:

 

NYT ad

 

Written by Logan Schrer

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