Friday, August 19, 2005

Shredded Chicken Salad in a PETA

PETA Protest Draws Extra Customers To KFC In Logan

There is some justice. Why can't these people find better things to protect like victims of crime, property rights, US borders and unborn children ?

Thanks to PETA, I now know at least one of Colonel Sanders' seven magic herbs and spices.

Who would have thought that brutal mechanized torture could produce such crisp, juicy, finger-licking delicious chicken? No wonder the crowds lined up.

I wonder what the other six magic spices are?

If God didn't intend that we eat animals, why did he make them out of delicious meat?


Peakah said...

You know what kind'a colonel Sanders was?

A full Bird...

Yikes, i'm lame.

Pebble said...

No hatemail here yet, but this person
I Said What
has me listed as a bad seed!

FIAR said...

I think there's a place in this world for all of God's creations ... right next to the mashed potatoes,'' said Rusty Smith, a KFC customer

Right on Rusty!

kateykakes said...

["Olsen's son, Bryce, who manages another restaurant in Logan, jokingly said he was thinking about having the PETA protesters come to his business to bring in more customers."]

Now THAT is a business man! Good thinking, Bryce. Just think, if DPT were there, he could have sold a lot of swag! =)

Uber said...

This Rusty fella cracks me up.

Reminds me of an uncle who named his cow, "Double Cheese Burger". heh

The Conservative UAW Guy said...

That Rusty comment is classic!

You are good folk, PebblePie!
Bless you and all our military folk.