Kentuckys new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

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Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

PETA Opposes Tribute to Fried Chicken

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -- Animals rights advocates are squawking at a measure that would make fried chicken Kentucky's official picnic food.

State Rep. Charles Siler is sponsoring legislation to assign the designation to KFC's "finger lickin' good" chicken, first served by Colonel Harland Sanders in 1940.

The late colonel's fried chicken deserves the title because of the worldwide attention and economic benefit it has brought to the state, Siler said. KFC, a subsidiary of Louisville-based Yum Brands Inc., has 11,000 restaurants in more than 80 countries.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals bristles at the idea. The animal rights group claims that the chickens KFC serves are abused, even tortured.

"If the state legislature moves forward with this one, then they should change Kentucky's state bird from the cardinal to the debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken," said Bruce Friedrich, PETA vice president.

PETA has been involved in a long-standing battle with KFC, and even began a push two years ago to have a bust of the bespectacled Colonel Sanders removed from the Kentucky Capitol. Sanders, with his white goatee and black string tie, became recognizable worldwide by marketing his fried chicken.
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

PETA needs to get with the environmentalists and help save the land for the animals they are trying to save.
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

When I first saw your title to this thread I thought he really means Michigan. The only way to bring this state back to life would be to nuke Detroit.

Anyway, they say those "animal rights" people taste like chicken.
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

i love animals.....................they`re delicious! ;D
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

P.E.T.A - people eating tasty animals. ;)
 
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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

What I don't get is the term

"Ethical Treatment" it is not unethical to eat meat.

The day an animal can tell me "I Don't want to be eatan" Is the day I won't eat it.

And it's going to have to be done with words either spoken or Written.

And I'm not talking simple parlor Tricks like teaching a parrott
to repeat or a horse to stamp its feet to certain sounds,
fooling people to thinking it can count , care, & Reason.
 
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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

jeff of pa said:
What I don't get is the term

"Ethical Treatment" it is not unethical to eat meat.

The day an animal can tell me "I Don't want to be eatan" Is the day I won't eat it.

And it's going to have to be done with words either spoken or Written.

And I'm not talking simple parlor Tricks like teaching a parrott
to repeat or a horse to stamp its feet to certain sounds,
fooling people to thinking it can count , care, & Reason.

And it MUST be in English
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

jbot said:
jeff of pa said:
What I don't get is the term

"Ethical Treatment" it is not unethical to eat meat.

The day an animal can tell me "I Don't want to be eatan" Is the day I won't eat it.

And it's going to have to be done with words either spoken or Written.

And I'm not talking simple parlor Tricks like teaching a parrott
to repeat or a horse to stamp its feet to certain sounds,
fooling people to thinking it can count , care, & Reason.

And it MUST be in English
ditto!
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

And I don't eat no meat --red,or white ---unless it's cooked ---I do have my standards!!! ;D
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

mental granny said:
And I don't eat no meat --red,or white ---unless it's cooked ---I do have my standards!!! ;D

Along with a couple of buttermilk biscuits, who could resist. ;)
 

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Re: Kentucky's new state bird; debeaked, crippled, scalded, diseased, dead chicken"

P.E.T.A. does have a point. I mean the whole country goes around battering chicken. and beef. and veal. and pork. Oh, and fish. :P
 

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