PETA targets town’s New Year’s tradition

By | December 28, 2012

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  1. Jan Brown

    “Pleae, please let me be revelant again!” Is the ‘cry for help’ from these once viable organizations…PETA, not unlike the ACLU & Unions did serve a valuable purpose when first started. Each changing of the guard brought the need to make their tour ‘more outstanding’.They’re running out of animals! The Sand Dun Lizard in Texas was targeted, Had they been successful the Oil/Gas business would’ve ground to a halt…PETA & aforementioned groups seem to want to fix what isn’t broke…They are like that stinnky pair of running shoes you insist on wearing one more time around the track! Anything for a cause….anything they can ‘join’ to be part of something, regardless of revelancy…Next on the list is the ‘firefly’ & little children that gleefully chase them just after dusk…

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