PETA Stops Traffic In LA

Published by PETA.

The world didn’t come to an end when road crews shut down 10 miles of one of Los Angeles’ busiest freeways this past weekend, but the absence of the usual bumper-to-bumper traffic on the 405 was certainly an other-worldly scene. Then there was a heavenly vision: PETA members reminding the hardy motorists who dared to brave Carmageddon that going vegan clears up arteries faster than $5-a-gallon gas.

If we want to get serious about unclogging arteries, maybe road crews should put orange cones in front of slaughterhouses and factory farms.
Written by Michelle Kretzer

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