Pamela, Bob Barker Go Postal in Hollywood

Published by Michelle Kretzer.

Where can you see Bryan Adams rubbing elbows with Leo Tolstoy and Russell Simmons hanging with Leonardo da Vinci? Only on PETA’s limited-edition postage sheet from—the sheet honors some of the most influential and recognizable vegetarians throughout history.

Bob Barker and Pamela Anderson—two of the celebrities whose faces will soon be crisscrossing the U.S. on envelopes—unveiled the new postage this morning at the Hollywood Post Office.

Addressing the swarm of clamoring reporters, Pam said, “I’m just happy to be here and happy to be associated with PETA. … [M]y mom is very proud of this.” And the inimitable Bob Barker joked, “I was happy to do it when they told me I didn’t have to die in order to [be on a stamp]!”

The postage sheets are available at PETA’s online store, just in time to grace your holiday cards with a reminder to loved ones to think before they eat.

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