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Monday, 13 September 2010

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Lady Gaga: It's what's for dinner.

Superfamous Fag-Hag Lady Gaga gave a primer on the intersection of sexual violence and meat imagery, and made a bold statement about compassion for gays by wearing the remains of a murdered cow to the Video Music Awards Sunday.

"America treats gay people like meat, you see, and I will call attention to this fact by draping myself in it," said Gaga, while fighting off Queen Latifah, who thought her dress was part of the craft services table.

ARA --the self-important, petulant so-called "animal rights activist" organization that is absolutely not PETA-- made a self congratulatory statement available to the press, as if they'd read it unless it was tattooed to Alicia Silverstone's naked hindquarters:

"ARA believes that ARA's position, which ARA has stated at every ARA event, and to every ARA member, whether they support ARA by volunteering for ARA, or making a donation to ARA, is that ARA is against any non-ARA- sanctioned killing of a ARA-protected animal. And... where was I going with this?"

The NAABS, the National Association for the Advancement of Bone Smugglers, came out with a statement:

"We guzzle man-cream as a recreational activity; what the f--k does that have to do with a dead cow? Gaga, please continue to make music that we can dance to in bars while wearing ass-less chaps, and stop trying to make socio-political statements with flank-steak!"

In response to Gaga's outrageous actions, ARA will dedicate the deaths of all of the puppies and kittens who are euthanized in ARA sanctioned kennels and animal shelters to the memory of the cow used in the singer's dress. Hypocrites.

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