'Milk Gone Wild' - Too Controversial?

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Posted January 24, 2006 by Rachelle Owen

When PETA tried to get ABC to play our ‘Milk Gone Wild’tv spot during the Super Bowl, the company rejected it because apparently, some people think it’s “too controversial.” We can’t let the corporate fat cats get away with such biased censorship!

Since we can’t get the ad played on tv, we need your help getting people to watch it.

Step 1) Go to MilkGoneWild.com and watch the video that was too hot for tv. You know that it’s hot, because of the red font color.

Step 2) Post this on your blog or other personal Web site thingie …

‘Milk Gone Wild’

Step 1) Go to MilkGoneWild.com and watch the video that was too hot for tv. You know that it’s hot, because of the red font color.

Step 2) Repost this on your page so that all your friends can see it too.

… so that all your friends can see it too.

Milk: it’s udder cruelty. OOOOH!

Looking for a few more reasons to be glad you don’t eat dead animals? Try these on for size.

From Odessa, TX:

A man was seriously injured in an accident that occurred around lunchtime at an Odessa meat packing plant.

At 12:46 p.m., two City of Odessa rescue units responded to Carl’s Beef and Game Processing, 2102 East Ninth St., after a caller said heavy equipment had fallen on a male employee, a fire department dispatcher said.

This one from the land down under, mate:

A THREE-month ban on commercial fishing in Sydney Harbour has been imposed and recreational fishers have been warned not to eat their catch as the State Government admitted it had not tested dioxin levels in fish for more than a decade.Scientists have lowered the acceptable amounts of dioxin in food after linking it to cancer, skin problems and liver inflammation.

And finally, from Dallas, TX:

It was supposed to be a quick after school snack, but instead a family said it turned out more like a scene from an episode of “Fear Factor.”

A family claimed it ate fast food sandwiches filled with baby roaches.

However, the real debate began after the company quickly offered a cash settlement that Linda Watson said made her even angrier.

Watson said she drove up to a KFC drive-through window in Waxahachie and came home with the surprise.

“They were all in the sandwich [and] they were alive crawling in the napkin,” she said.

Her daughter, Alicia Lewis, said she ate some of the food before she saw the roaches and what she ate made her sick.

“I had diarrhea and it went on for two days,” she said.

Watson kept the moldy evidence of baby roaches in her freezer, and said when she went back to complain she saw another live roach.

Health department inspectors later found two dead roaches while inspecting the same location.

KFC is the most disgusting thing ever, period.
Speaking of which, what do you know about Satori? We interviewed the skate company’s founder as well as skater Guru Khalsa about KFC and other things. Do yourself a favor and read it here. There will be a pop quiz tomorrow.
Noah

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