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PETA's controversial coats...

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A Toronto based community centre and PETA teamed up to donate 30 fur coats to homeless women - and failed miserably.
Those who were to receive the coats did not show up for fear of media attention, and PETA has received criticism from anti-poverty groups for their tactics while winning the approval of the fur industry.


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Ah, the ultimate humour of this is that I know PETA did this because in this region (where I live), a lot of people complained about their habit of destroying fur coats, which could save the life of a homeless person needing warmth in these bitter Canadian winters.
Damned if you do, etc.

Melissa "MelSkunk" Drake

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Boy, sucks to be PETA... Catch-22, yup.

Tlaren }:=8}

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Mmmmm. People Eating Tasty Animals.

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