they actually had a peta spokes-woman on the radio here yesterday talking about this. Im not sure how she talked about it with a straight face. Even the hard core libs were calling in making fun of her.
What PETA doesn't realize is that it would take tons of women to replace one cow. I managed a dairy for three years and we were getting around 10 gallons of milk per cow per day. a woman might make a quart a day.
I've spent enough time on dairy farms and in the FFA to have my mind racing out of control on this one.
"Sure, she's a little narrow across the hooks and pins, but she has great udder capacity and overall exhibits a lot of dairy character." Is this why Pamela Anderson got the implants?
jcanaday brings up a great point -- where are they going to come up with all those women willing to hook themselves up to milking machines in order to make ice cream? And besides, if milking is cruel, why is PETA advocating cruelty to women? Are they misogynistic?
If you're like me and use a plastic tote to store your gear in then you might want to read further. When plastic totes are manufactured they are typically shipped with the lid on. This makes the inside of the tote smell like the plastic it's made of. To remove the plastic smell from the tote I use baking soda. I open the baking soda up and leave the box in the tote with the lid on for about a month to remove the plastic smell. I tried just leaving the lid off but I was still able to smell...