Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Cluck You

To compliment my workout regimen, I had KFC for dinner last night. My choice of restaurant wasn't motivated by the boycott, but it just gives me a warm fuzzy that I can piss off PETA and Al Sharpton at the same time.

While I'm mentioning PETA, go here and sign the petition to have PETA's tax-exempt status removed, since they advocate and financially support criminal activity.

17 comments:

spydrz said...

I knew we should have grilled steaks on the sidewalk when KP lived in Ghent. What was the name of that little inlet there that ran alongside her place and the Peta HQ?

Micah said...

Wacko Nutjob Sound? I forget exactly.

spydrz said...

No I think it had a Belgian name. Brussels sprouts inlet? Waffles with ice cream?

: JustaDog said...

It's easy to piss off Al Sharpton - he's mad at everyone and anything - a professional whiner!

http://wheresyourbrain.blogspot.com/

KPMD said...

spydrz - That's the Hague. Like the place where some important stuff happened sometime in the past. I remember when a certain urologist swam across that polluted nastiness.

I, too, wish we had had a nice BBQ in front of their place, but we probably would have been arrested ;) I remember in high school our cafeteria went vegetarian for National Meat-Out Day, so a buddy of mine bought every burger at McDonald's and gave them to as many people as he could. Civil disobedience and a tasty burger, yum.

spydrz said...

Mmmm...barbecue. I might have to make a trip down to Pierce's and get some...with some sweet potato sticks and sweet tea.

Max(well) said...

Yes, why should we support a boycott of a fast food chain that tortures innocent animals, when we can eat their succulent bodies and blog about it? Good call.

spydrz said...

Uh oh. Sounds like we might have a petaphile here.

KPMD said...

I love animals, they taste great! People really should boycott KFC, though (that food is naaassssty). (She impishly stokes the fire and backs away to a safe distance).

Micah said...

I'm convinced. I'm going to switch to either Church's or Popeye's. Seriously, GreenEggs, thanks for taking time to read.

KPMD - I'd say on the scale of fast food chicken, KFC's definitely not the best. By far, that title belongs to Chik-fil-a. Hell, their sandwiches could be made of soylent green and I'd still go there.

KPMD said...

Oh, that single pickle slice in the middle of the sandwich. Now THAT'S good eatin'

spydrz said...

Don't forget the Chick-fil-a Minis for breakfast...yum.

Micah said...

Damn straight. Maybe that's how they (the Illuminati) are introducing Soylent Green to the ignorant masses - pickle slices.

KPMD said...

Just wondering how PETA would feel about soylent green. Since it's OK to test out new medications on little Jimmy and Suzie and not a rabbit or guinea pig, is it OK to eat Jimmy and Suzie, too? I betcha they'd be tasty.

Micah said...

KPMD - Next time I see you I'm going to have to show you the "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" expose on PETA. Very enlightening. Penn Jillette had a great quote to close the show:

"Teller and I would personally kill every chimp in the world with our bare hands to save one street junkie with AIDS."

Did you know that the PETA headquarters has $9000+ walk-in freezer (10' x 15')? They kill animals there, but it is SO WRONG for local animal shelters to do it. In 2002, they took in 2103 animals and killed 1325 that year.

"Sometimes the only kind option for some animals is to put them to sleep forever." - Ingrid Newkirk, PETA founder and hypocrite

Kim said...

Now I ask you...what greater honor can their be than to make a slightly drunk woman in her forty's happy by giving your life to feed her after bowling? Honestly, I don't know what those PETA people are thinking sometimes. If it weren't for animals, I'd be really skinny and most likely sickly, I wouldn't have my favorite leather coat with the fox fur collar, and don't even get me started on fur boots. Besides, everyone knows cold KFC rules.

Micah said...

Kim - Meat is food!