Vegan Videos – ‘Ask Your Doctor About Meat’ & ‘Juicy Red Steak’

Ask Your Doctor About Meat™ produced for PETA by http://www.jameshallowell.com/

~ You’re experiencing weight problems, heart failure, depression, and impotence, but what could be the cause? Oh, those are just some of the pesky side effects associated with eating meat, but don’t take our word for it. Ask your doctor. ~

The PETA page –  http://www.peta.org/features/ask-doctor-meat/

Juicy Red Steak™ produced for PETA by http://www.jameshallowell.com/

Parodies about eating meat, in the style of TV commercials, by Ollie Hallowell Productions.

The first usage of the word parody in English cited in the Oxford English Dictionary is in Ben Jonson, in Every Man in His Humour in 1598: “A Parodie, a parodie! to make it absurder than it was.” - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parody

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About John Edmundson

Working to promote vegan businesses since 1978. Henry S. Salt Archive - researcher & fundraiser. The Humanitarian League - researcher & fundraiser. The Ernest Bell Library - archive manager. Collecting & republishing historical material of vegetarianism and other humanitarian movements. Running the 'Hum-an-imal Badge Co.'.
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