They'd also get very short shrift from the Turkish government, since "Turkey" isn't Turkish for Turkey.Strain42 said:...PETA might have a hard time trying to explain their stand-point to the Turkish government if they ever tried this crap over there.
It's sad really. I actually tried to like PETA. I thought they had good intentions, and were supporting a decent cause.
But they really suck at handling themselves and they just come across horribly.
This.Phlakes said:So, everyone? Pretend this doesn't exist. Don't give them any attention at all. Don't go to their site, don't talk to other people about it.
Don't feed the troll.
How many members of PETA does it take to change a light bulb? Dunno 'cos PETA can't change anything.sir.rutthed said:Shame they're too busy being attention whores to actually do anything constructive.
My thoughts exactly. Turkeys are large and unintelligent, and the meat they provide is lean, healthy, and delicious. Also, they're very mean and aggressive, significantly more so than chickens and geese, so not only is the idea of keeping them as pets absurd, it's also not possible.Mad World said:Turkeys are meant to be eaten. As long as they're killed in humane ways, there is no problem.