the cow says chug!
PETAís new slogan in Wisconsin: Drink Beer, Not Milk.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals recently revived its "Drink beer, not milk" campaign in Wisconsin, urging college students to forgo dairy products in favor of alcoholic beverages. Milk, PETA says, is bad for the human body and the process of producing it is harmful to dairy cows.
Iím sure college students will take this slogan and run with it. Beer in your cereal, beer in your coffee, beer with a piece of chocolate cake. Who needs milk when you can have an Old Milwaukee to start your day?
"The scientific evidence is conclusive: Beer in moderation is good for you, while even one glass of milk supports animal abuse and harms your health," said Bruce Friedrich, PETA's director of vegan outreach. "You can drink beer responsibly, but the same can't be said of milk."
Sure you can drink beer responsibly, but how many college students do? And while you may see some of them get DWI tickets, youíll never see a student getting pulled over for driving under the influence of a dairy product.
But go ahead, save the cows, drink a beer. Who cares if you get behind the wheel or operate heavy machinery after drinking the beer? Who cares if you have to take an exam or write a paper? Not PETA. As long as you arenít hurting the animals, they donít give a damn what you do to yourself or other humans.