My Thanksgivings are largely turkey free only because they’re not my favorite meat, but there’s usually a roasted bird on the table. If more of us felt like Sir Paul, the turkey farmers would have to go into the tofu business. And that’s just not the same thing at all.
[typography font="Merriweather" size="20" size_format="px"](AFP) Former Beatle Paul McCartney, a long-time vegetarian, has joined a campaign by animal rights group PETA to encourage Americans to celebrate a turkey-free Thanksgiving this week.[/typography]
The British rock legend, sporting a gray shirt with an “eat no turkey” design, is featured on the website of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
“This Thanksgiving, Paul McCartney is urging you to say ‘no, thanks’ to turkey and ‘yes’ to a delicious, cruelty-free holiday meal,” the group says.
I don’t care if he eats old gray socks and belly button lint; his choice! But the proselytizing gets old, especially when it comes from one of the most hypocritical organizations on the planet.
So. I sort of made it so Paul thanks the turkey for being low fat.
And while we’re on it, why does he look so full of himself all the time?