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"Would people think twice about ordering fish sticks if they were called sea kitten sticks? Learn more about our ingenious campaign to save fish by changing their names."

http://www.peta.org/sea_kittens/index.asp

Is this real, or just another ploy for attention? I just saw this on FOX News!

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"Would people think twice about ordering fish sticks if they were called sea kitten sticks? Learn more about our ingenious campaign to save fish by changing their names."

No way, I love kittens. One bucket, please!


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That's a bit fishy.


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

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Yeah, the sea food industry (if they can be called that) is going to get right on that. In terms of encouraging consumers to buy their product, that would be the worst marketing label since...um..."fish sticks."

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Ingenious campaign to save fish?

Sounds stupid to me. Are they trying to save fish in general or only species that are overfished?


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"Would people think twice about ordering fish sticks if they were called sea kitten sticks? Learn more about our ingenious campaign to save fish by changing their names."

No way, I love kittens. One bucket, please!

you're going to eat a bucket of kittehs?


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"Would people think twice about ordering fish sticks if they were called sea kitten sticks? Learn more about our ingenious campaign to save fish by changing their names."

No way, I love kittens. One bucket, please!

you're going to eat a bucket of kittehs?

Not on my watch! :angry:

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