Seven Injured in Pamplona

Published by PETA.

Of course, I’m not talking about the tormented bulls—I mean the intoxicated bullies who were trampled on the second day of Pamplona’s weeklong San Fermín festival. Reporters, who were apparently channeling their inner Hemingway, described the bulls as “angry,” “threatening” “hulking beasts.” I think those terms better describe the people who goad animals into a terrified stampede, don’t you?

Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t see anything heroic or brave about terrorizing animals just for the thrill of it. It seems like the truly courageous people are the ones who stripped to their undies to protest Pamplona’s annual exercise in stupidity and cruelty:

 

Pamplona

 

Now that takes some cojones.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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