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Old November 23rd 03, 07:38 PM
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.
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Old November 23rd 03, 07:38 PM
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.
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Old November 23rd 03, 07:38 PM
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.
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Old November 23rd 03, 11:22 PM
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.

Say whaaaat? What would be the point in that? I just can't believe that
story....I have helped butcher chickens and there's just no way anyone in their
right mind would do that. There's no advantage and it would make the job twice
as hard.
Now, the other story about the chickens being treated inhumanely prior to
slaughter, and living in inhumane, cramped conditions...THAT I believe and just
like Tyson, it is atrocious.

Sherry
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Old November 23rd 03, 11:22 PM
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.

Say whaaaat? What would be the point in that? I just can't believe that
story....I have helped butcher chickens and there's just no way anyone in their
right mind would do that. There's no advantage and it would make the job twice
as hard.
Now, the other story about the chickens being treated inhumanely prior to
slaughter, and living in inhumane, cramped conditions...THAT I believe and just
like Tyson, it is atrocious.

Sherry
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Old November 23rd 03, 11:22 PM
Sherry
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PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not
only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever
vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it
just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing
the poultry to grow too fast. KFC must be stopped.


Actually, what KFC is doing is boiling and scalding the chickens alive
so as to remove their feathers with ease. What a pointless venture for
PETA.

Say whaaaat? What would be the point in that? I just can't believe that
story....I have helped butcher chickens and there's just no way anyone in their
right mind would do that. There's no advantage and it would make the job twice
as hard.
Now, the other story about the chickens being treated inhumanely prior to
slaughter, and living in inhumane, cramped conditions...THAT I believe and just
like Tyson, it is atrocious.

Sherry
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Old November 23rd 03, 11:49 PM
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One of the questions I have is that why hasn't PETA or another group lobbied to
change the production of car coolant/antifreeze. Cats find it tasty and die a
horrible death after consuming the liquid. Can't they add something to make it
taste bad?
 




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