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PETA has 180 shares in KFC giving them the power to submit changes to home the business is run. If they get enough, KFC is doomed.

PETA owns part of KFC
 

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180 shares, hardly a controlling stake.

What a laugher.

If they continue to missapropriate funds and finance terror they'll be spending the dough on legal fees.
 

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Are these people on our Terror watch list, they should be!
Yes they are. And so are the unsuspecting donors.
 

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Isn't that kind of hypocritical? They say that animals should be free from death, yet they buy ownership (limited) in a company that kills chickens to make a profit.

These people are truly messed up in the head.

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The shares give them the right to show up at the annual shareholder's meeting with the senior management and the board of directors present, and make their rants.

Buying stock like that is like buying a ticket so they can get in.
 

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The shares give them the right to show up at the annual shareholder's meeting with the senior management and the board of directors present, and make their rants.
Sure - they'll rant and then the straightjackets will come out.

They are desperate, and obviously losing momentum.

The public at large got fooled once, they won't get fooled twice. Shame on you Peta.
 

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Wonder if they would still eat if they knew a while back some stores had trouble with rat hairs in the batter.
 

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WHEREAS scientists now know that chickens are social, intelligent animals who rank higher on cognition tests than do dogs and cats;
That's my favorite part... Anyone got a pet chicken at home? Did they do an IQ test on them? Anyway, not that I AGREE with KFC's ways, but I just thought that was funny.

What's next tho... gonna buy into the american beef org, or pork, or fish? It's a sad truth that all animals slaughtered for food aren't always treated the best because it is a business. It's hard times to change for farmers, b/c if they could change their practices to pamper the animals, the cost of the final product would rise and people would complain. It's a sad thing when it's economy vs. welfare....
 
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