Written by Buck E Filbert
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Thursday, 16 August 2012

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The Cute Ones Survive

Animal rights activists are up in arms over a statement Lady Gaga made in reference to dead animals.

Gaga said, "Dead Animals Make Great Coats". This statement, no matter how true, has people all upset, especially animal rights people.

One member said, "she's a turn coat, that's what she is".

Animal lovers are so passionate about their cause to save cute little bunnies the tend to forget just how soft their fur is against Gaga's skin.

It's always about the cute little animals that need to be saved.

Ever heard of the, save the Armadillos foundation or the save the possums fund? Never will.

If you're cute and cuddly you're saved, if you're a vampire bat or a Madagascar hissing cockroach you may as well pack it in. No one is coming to your rescue.

In a lot of ways animal rights groups and Gaga are after the same thing animal rights groups love cute, little, soft animals and wants to save them. Gaga loves cute, little, soft animals as well, she just wants to save them on hangers or on her back.

There is no right or wrong here, if you want a coat you should take a club and hit a baby seals in the head until dead, repeat until you've bludgeoned enough for a nice cape.

From Sunset and Vine in Beautiful Downtown Hollywood Ca


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Anyone who hates children and animals can't be all bad.
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