Pamela Anderson is PETA’s biggest celebrity supporter and she will do almost anything for them. US Weekly has the latest thing she has done for the animal rights activist group and she recreated the shower scene from Psycho. Only problem, is where is Norman Bates when you need him?
Cloris Leachman did a new PSA for PETA and in it the 84 year old TV legend tries to open up a condom wrapper. Good thing she used super glue on her dentures that day because without it her teeth would have totally fallen out and she never would have gotten to the point of using a Trojan. You know because men like women without teeth for one thing…
BTW why are condom wrappers so hard to open, especially when you need one right then and there. Even if they are hard to open to put on something hard, you should still use them!!!
Finally listen to Cloris Leachman and spay or neuter you pet!
Eli Roth, who is critiqued for his violence in movies Hostel and Hostel 2 (which I don’t get), directed and is starring in a PSA for PETA to tell people to report any violence they see happening towards animals because that abuse might lead to future crimes against humans. What The Bear Jew is saying is absolutely true because research has proven that there is a link between animal abuse and serial killers, Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz aka the Son of Sam and Jeffrey Dahmer all abused or killed animals at some point in their lives. Maybe if someone took the time to report the heinous crimes that they did to animals they would not have become the murders they became? So if you see some sicko hurting a poor innocent dog or cat or mouse, report the crime ASAP. You never know who you might be stopping.
Now on a lighter side, whoever thought we would we see Eli with a bigger prosthetic snake than the one we saw him with between his legs when he was promoting Hostel 2???
The glorious Cloris Leachman wore nothing but lettuce and cabbage for this PETA ad to support vegetarianism!!! Cloris might be getting ready to turn 83 next month, but she doesn’t look a day over 82…just kidding 62!!! Way to go Cloris!!
I posted a blog last week that angered some people who didn't know how to read properly, I then wasted my own time defending myself and now I regret that.
There is a fine line that distinguishes the difference between exercising our freedom of expression and offending others, for example the debate regarding freedom of speech vs. hate speech…. i feel that this principle should apply to protestors also. It's a pity that some groups feel the need to assault people as opposed to fighting with words.
Whenever I feel the need to vent about something that feels unfair to me I reach for my computer, I don't run out of the house with abusive intentions. I don't expect everyone to react the same way, but I do expect people to respect each other. Maybe that's my first mistake? It seems lately I am learning that there are too many people who put another species before their fellow man and that's sad. I don't wear fur, but I don't think I have the right to ATTACK those who do. No one has that right.
PETA should focus their efforts on educating people on what they believe are injustices instead of seeking press via harassing those in the limelight. I received an apology too many days late from the PETA folks (the blog removal was too little too late) and today I'm pissed at the bag of flour thrown on Lindsay last night. Not because I got powdered down, but because the girl who threw it acted like an animal herself. I take that back, it's an insult to animals to group her in with them, my dog is FAR more civilized than that person. I would have more respect for them if they didn't use other people to get their point across. Lindsay, Mary Kate, Ashley Olsen, Anna Wintour and the rest of the targeted celebrities aren't the problem, I'm pretty sure they're not the only ones wearing fur, in fact, they should be appreciated by PETA for giving them a target. If it weren't for them, who would get them press?????
I know I'm probably going to get a lot of angry emails in response, but I don't really care. I got enough last week for no reason so I'm more than happy to ignore the nastiness after seeing what I saw last night. I'm not about to throw on a fur coat in retaliation, but had I had one within reach, I'm not sure I would have walked away from it.
p.s. when was the last time you saw an animal attack one of its own in defense of a human? hmmmmm….. that's one to grow on!
p.s.s. i think there are plenty of families that could have used that flour for a meal. nice job, lady.
I side with Samantha Ronson on this one. What did that woman accomplish by throwing flour on Lindsay Lohan?
Eva Mendes has taken it all off PETA rather than wear fur. But Eva wasn't always fur free:
"I remember having my first premiere in New York City and being so naïve that I didn't have a coat with me. My stylist sent me a … fur wrap for the evening, and I ignorantly wore it. PETA then wrote me a beautiful letter commenting on my less-than-educated choice. I was so impressed that I vowed to them and myself to NEVER wear real fur on the red carpet or in my life again."
Good for her for not wearing fur again. I never got the appeal of wearing fur.
BTW she looks amazing, I think we can cross off those pregnancy rumors after that picture.