This partial topographical map is missing a couple of prominent peaks, as you can see.
This is because, according to their press release, PETA is using the image from this ad on a billboard that went up on Thursday on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles (please post a pic, if you see it).
Q (full name Margaret Denise Quigley) said in an interview with PETA:
“There’s so many issues tied to the meat industry. I mean, social, environmental, humanitarian—all of them. I know that when I’m eating that I’m not hurting the planet, I’m not hurting other people on this planet, I’m not hurting animals, … and I’m not hurting nature.”
The billboard will be up for a month.
It’s certainly classier than Joanna Krupa’s anti-fur ad (NSFW).
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