DIARY: Hey PETA: nobody gives a cluck, OK?

Despite having garnered major media play for its protest of the treatment of rats (which became nouvelle cuisine) on Survivor, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals refuses to get off the Survivor bandwagon.

Despite having garnered major media play for its protest of the treatment of rats (which became nouvelle cuisine) on Survivor, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals refuses to get off the Survivor bandwagon.

Despite having garnered major media play for its protest of the

treatment of rats (which became nouvelle cuisine) on Survivor, People

for the Ethical Treatment of Animals refuses to get off the Survivor

bandwagon.



This time around, the group decided to voice its objections to the

tragic fate that befell those three adorable little chickens - dubbed

’Breakfast,’ ’Lunch’ and ’Dinner’ by the castaways. PETA set up an

online poll for viewers to take a tribal council-style vote to kick the

animals off the island. The choices: ’I give a cluck! CBS should stop

killing chickens and other animals’ and ’I don’t care, I am a

degenerate.’



Alas, nobody really seemed to pay attention this time around. Could PETA

have cried wolf - or, for that matter, rat - once too often?



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