So apparently PETA has a kid brother in Illinois called SHARK (SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness) that made some news headlines. They were flying a drone to see if hunters were treating animals respectfully in South Carolina. Hmm…. So are the hillbillies killing animals kindly? Is the bullet going through the pigeon respectfully? I really don’t know what these people were expecting to find or prove by this stunt – honestly its probably just good for them that none of their own people were shot during this experiment. Know the saying “don’t get between a lion and his prey”? Yeah well don’t get between a hunter and the shit he is trying to shoot.
How much must it suck to be overshadowed by PETA though? Like if your life dream is to be a hippie environmentalist and human rights activist who has nothing better to do than harass normal humans – why not just join PETA? You have to go out a start your own group that isn’t even a true acronym? The least you could do in between bong rips is come up with words to represent all the letters of the word. For example: Showing Helpless Animals Respect and Kindness. Was that so hard? This is why no one takes your little nature club seriously – You can’t even come up with an acronym that makes sense. And maybe choosing the king of the ocean that treats seals like chewing gum isn’t the best mascot. Again – why could you assholes just not have joined PETA? Their acronym isn’t even an acronym, they aren’t trying to fool anyone. And then I would only have to hate one activist group. I hope the droid cost SHARK this year’s entire budget based on everyone’s $20 membership fee and one of the hillbillies has it mounted on his wall next to an endangered bird.
If we can start an activist group that doesn’t need an acronym that means something – Pharro and I are starting FUATA – Fuck You Animals Taste Awesome. Who’s with us? I know Puff Daddy is…
This video is also meant to help those choosing between PETA and SHARK – your choosing between a giant douche and a turd sandwich. Good luck with the life decisions.
Thanks to Tim for the link