Monday, September 7, 2009

S.H.I.T. vs P.E.T.A.

Just couldn't help myself and had to repost this post of a few weeks ago. I have however, added an additional paragraph at the end of this post.

A recent study done at the prestigious Sam Houston Institution of Technology better know as S.H.I.T. has found that flagellant emissions by Veegan's was three times higher than that of people who have a mixed diet of meat and vegetables. The extensive study was conducted over a five year period and included the participation of some 5,000 volunteers divided evenly between meat-eaters and non-meat eaters. Some environmentalist groups and P.E.T.A. located in San Francisco are already questioning the legitimacy of this report claiming that S.H.I.T. has large endowments from wealthy cattle ranchers, adding this report does not pass the smell test. Additionally, F.A.R.T. the Federal Association of Retired Tomato-growers has condemned the report. However, members of the Board of Regents at S.H.I.T. are standing by the results. Furthermore they are now claiming that by eating meat people are, in fact, cutting down on green house gas emissions countering the argument by environmental groups that livestock are contributing to global warming and therefore should be taxed accordingly. Scientist at S.H.I.T. point out a well know fact to back up their findings, "Bean-eaters fart more than Big Mac eaters".

Meanwhile inside sources at the White House indicate many of the staff are in disarray over the contents of this reports with some staffers and interns calling for a separate eating areas for the Veegans in the cafeteria and a designated Veegan break areas outside. As usually the President hasn't yet taken a position on these rapidly developing events. The situation on Capital Hill is about the same with some meat-eating Senators demanding Veegans be excluded from certain "closed door hearings". Things appear to be spinning out of control as both sides harden their positions. A few of the meat-eating Senators are now calling for a special tax to be levied on all beans sold in the country to buy carbon credits. The senior senator from Texas is planning to introduce a bill calling for a nationwide ban on Veegans in all public eating places, and in all closed places where large crowd gather. Again the President's position is unclear on this fast moving story. Outside the White House protesters from both sides are gathering with those on the Veegan side hurling unseen missiles at the meat-eaters! Capital police with gas masks have be observed arresting some of the Veegans and hauling them off in Hasmat vehicles. As this situation unfolds trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has been wild with cattle futures soaring while bean futures are tumbling with most other commodities remaining stable. Meanwhile the man on the street was saying these stinking politicians have finally been exposed and he was grateful to S.H.I.T.
Although President Obama's public position remains neutral some White House correspondences report overhearing some muffled remarks yesterday as the president left the safety of his TOTUS. The meaning of these unguarded remarks is yet to be aired.
by Ron Russell

We all seek to protect the environment and we all know the sometime violent effect of "bean-eating". I recall my frequent trips to Mexico and was warned by many seasoned travelers not to strike a match in restaurants as the act could be inflammatory. Many who favor massive immigration are also in the radical environmental movement and I would have these few words for them, "control greenhouse emissions by limiting the numbers of "bean-eaters" entering the country.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy cow, ha ha ha ha!

Ron Russell said...

"Holy Cow" sounds like someone from India.

(L) said...

Seems to me, that S.H.I.T. really has their shit together!

The Born Again American said...

Looks like I'm following (L) as usual, after all he's 10 minutes older...

Ron, that was a real F.A.R.T...
Funny Ass Research Tidbit...

MK said...

LOL

That's a good one, reflect away Ron.