August 17, 2006, - 11:51 am

Darwin Award of the Day: Dumb PETA Members Change Their Names . . . Again

By Debbie Schlussel
The only legitimate PETA in this world is People Eating Tasty Animals.
Then there is the other one, which we prefer to call PUTAh (People for the Unethical Treatment of Animals and humans).
Dying for attention, three staffers of PUTAh legally changed their names to GoVeg.com, KentuckyFriedCruelty.com, and RinglingBeatsAnimals.com. Would love to meet the idiot judge who granted this absurdity.
Confucius say: What is the sound of one hand clapping? If a tree fell in a forest and nobody heard it, did it make a sound?
What if some nobody animal rights activists changed their names to something stupid and no-one noticed for a 2.5 whole years?

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Graphic from PETA-sucks.com

Well, they throw in their towels and go home . . . and change their names back. Does anyone really believe that anyone really called Karin Robertson “GoVeg.com”?
“Hey, GoVeg.com, wanna go to Starbucks for a vegan tastes-like-dustwater latte?”
“GoVeg.com, Let’s see the animal-cruelty-free, cruelty to humans ‘Fahrenheit 9/11.’”
“GoVeg.com, You look like you’re putting on quite a few non-animal calories. That soymilk is going right to your waist, that fried tofu right to your . . . .”
One of the absurd name-changers, Brandi Validoid (whose name should probably be Brandi “Void”), will soon leave PETA for a career in Hollywood and she’s keeping her name, RinglingBeatsAnimals.com. Figures. We’re sure she’ll fit right in there.
From AP:

“People laughed about it, and I really think that is the point,” Robertson said.
She got a driver’s license with her new name on it and tucked her court papers in her wallet just in case.
But [Christopher] Garnett ran into some difficulty when he applied for a passport and credit card in preparation for a family trip to Europe.
“Since Kentuckyfriedcruelty.com doesn’t have a social security number, it became a big hindrance,” he said. “From what I’ve been told, it’s a real nightmare to go through the whole process.”

So, they enjoyed being walking jokes. Incredible. These PUTAh people are idiots. And they want us to listen to idiots and let idiots control our diets. Puh-leeze. No-one named KentuckyFriedCruelty.com should be telling us what to do. He/she/it should be seeking help.
And that’s PETA, er . . . PUTAh, in a nutshell, minus the shell. Just Nuts.

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Puta is Spanish for whore (I suppose PUTAh is merely the phonetic spelling. How stupid do you have to be to name your organizations “whore”? Yeah, that’ll gain a load of support among the Mexican farm workers picking all those vegetables they love to eat.

dm60462 on August 17, 2006 at 3:52 pm

I have to admit that I don’t agree with much of what is said on this website, but I do agree that PETA is a horrible organization.
I have no problem if people want to be vegetarians, vegans, not drink alcohol, whatever. That’s their choice. If someone doesn’t want to eat geen vegetables, also OK. It’s only a problem when they try to impose their beliefs on others.
I think we all agree that animals should be treated well and well-fed and that lab animals should experience a minimum of pain.
However, PETA wants to go one enormous step further. They like to think that animal and human life are equivalent. An experiment that might save a child’s life at the expense of a rat is never worth it. Here’s something I found at http://www.spiked-online.com/Articles/0000000054FF.htm
“US director of PETA Ingrid Newkirk put it more bluntly in 1983 when she asserted ‘animal liberationists do not separate out the human animal, so there is no rational basis for saying that a human being has special rights. A rat is a pig is a dog is a boy. They’re all mammals’. She is also famous for stating, ‘Six million Jews died in concentration camps, but six billion broiler chickens will die this year in slaughterhouses’.”
I assume that these PETA members will refuse heart surgery or chemotherapy for cancer for themselves or their loved once–since all such medical treatments requred medical experimentation on animals.
An aside: A few years back I met a guy at a party who was relating how his 5 ft. iguana was swiping at him whenever he walked by, that he couldn’t even get close enough to trim the thing’s nails and was worried that one day he would lose an eye or something. I jokingly responded “well you could always grill him up” (they eat the things in Central America). His response “to eat…?”. I was told later that he was one of the leaders of the animal rights movement in California (2nd in command at PETA or something). Oh, I could’ve had so much fun!

mark on August 17, 2006 at 4:58 pm

Another funny thing: A lot of the most prominent supporters of PETA, such as Pamela Anderson, Dolly Parton and Anna Nicole Smith are famous largely as a result of their breast augmentation surgeries. The implants, of course, were only approved by the FDA after experiments were done on animals. Are they trying to atone for this by helping PETA? They won’t let others wear fur but they will keep the implants–huh??

mark on August 17, 2006 at 7:54 pm

I’m lifetime member of PETA. No not THAT one – I’m not an animal rights-loving, vegan-eating idiot. I belong to People For The Eating Of Tasty Animals and I’m just fond of steak with baked potato!

NormanF on August 17, 2006 at 7:55 pm

C’mon Norman,
Leave the vegans alone and don’t lump them with the wacko animal-rights people.
Veganism is not really that healthy, and people would be better off if they at least ate some milk and egg products, but that’s their choice.
But it actually gets worse than veganism. There are people called Fruititarians who will only eat fruit and seeds–nothing from a living plant. Non-violent fruititarians won’t eat anything until it falls to the ground.
Personally, I cannot stand seafood or organ meats.
I love lamb, like beef and chicken, but don’t care much for pork (except bacon). I really don’t like a lot of vegetables. If someone tries to insist I eat seafood, I’m not too happy.
A lot of cultures and religions also have dietary restrictions–certainly that’s their business.
None of the vegans I know support people like PETA.
I like a steak and baked potato too.

mark on August 17, 2006 at 8:32 pm

PETA is certianly a whole bunch of mindless numbskulls who want everybody to live the same weird way they do i mean i wonder if their jerks let flies and bugs bite them do they let mice in their homes and to they allow birds to take apoop on them? PETA should change its name to STUPID

PESTO THE PSYCOPATHIC PIGEON on July 30, 2009 at 4:02 pm

Excuse me but wouldnt it be approprate for PETA memebrs to change their names to KNUCKLEHEAD,IDIOT,DOPE,JERK,STUPID,DIMWIT, Ide use the term BIRDBRAIN but birds are more smarter then they are

PESTO THE PSYCOPATHIC PIGEON on October 28, 2009 at 11:33 am

wow who cares?
people eat what the want or don’t want to… why should it bother anyone else??
I hate to see people so insecure that they attack something or someone that is different from them… i truly just doesnt matter…..

Glowstix on August 28, 2010 at 12:05 am

I m not sure who you are (noone knows you) to call PETA members dumb. But I for one have an IQ of 114 and have 2 MBAs. I know at least 6 other members who are over 120 and another one over 140. Dude , I ‘ m ready to bet 100 bucks you re between 90 or 110. And I would bet 50 bucks you re actually below 90.

Whatever schuss on August 6, 2012 at 11:33 am

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