Daniel Boone punted around with a racoon on his head. It was a top look.
Pamela Anderson has written an angry letter to Cate Blanchett picking a fight with the star over her association with Georgio Armani.Why didn't she just pick up the phone? I smell a publicity stunt.
Anderson, a spokeswoman for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), called on Blanchett to use her influence with Armani to make him ditch fur in his fashion label, the Daily Telegraph reported.People may, or may not, be aware that PETA is in fact an organisation with a long history of animal abuse which you can discover by perusing PETAkillsanimals.com. Whenever you see any of those idiotic women disrobing to protest whatever PETA's cause-du-jour is, you can thank the power of the media for giving you some eye candy.
"Cate, as you are such a huge part of Armani's publicity machine, would you please urge him to keep his promise and leave fur out of his future collections?" Anderson wrote, according to the newspaper.Well that certainly sounds angry! I wonder what Pammy is like when she's trying to be nice. Oh, yeah, like in the videos.
Anderson was referring to remarks made by Armani last year where he said he had spoken "with the people from PETA, and they showed me some materials that convinced me not to use fur".
In the letter, Anderson also made a dig at Blanchett for attending the launch of one of his collections in Milan earlier this year.
The former Baywatch noted, pointedly, that she had helped raise $50,000 ($A55,000) for PETA at nearby Lake Garda that very same night.
"The former Baywatch..." what? Producer? Participant? Scriptwriter? Actor? Swimsuit model? Floating pontoon?
The fashion label responded to the letter by saying it would stop using all fur except from rabbits.A spokesrabbit from Lepus International told APA News today that they would take action against Armani for discrimination.
"As a luxury fashion house, which has always been attentive to this issue, we feel we are being unfairly targeted in comparison to our competitors," a company statement said.Gee, this really is a cat fight. The language and tone are horrific.
Anderson staged a memorable protest for PETA during her July visit to Australia when she stormed into a Gold Coast KFC store dressed in skimpy red shorts and a low-cut shirt.So she got dressed up, then?
She fought her way through a crowd of 100 to hand a staff member a letter protesting against KFC's treatment of chickens, addressed to the managing director of KFC's parent company in Australia, Albert Baladi.Point the first. I'm not too sure that giving a pimply 15 year old kid a letter is exactly the fastest way to get it to the managing director. They'll only have to stick it in the post anyway so why didn't Pammy simply mail it herself and save everyone the aggro?
"Fortunately, I won't be stomped to death, have my legs broken or be scalded to death in a tank of hot water, yet as PETA's undercover videos have revealed, the chickens raised for KFC's restaurants in Australia often suffer these abuses," the letter read.
Point the second. There were 100 people in the KFC. One presumes that most of them were there to devour the succulent result of food prepared from victims that were stomped to death, had their legs broken or were boiled alive in tanks of hot water. Why didn't she give each of them a good ticking off, as well?
PETA may get into the news. Pammy may get into the news.
Joe Public simply thinks it's amusing.
Why news organisations think this stuff is serious enough to run a story on shows how intellectually bankrupt they have become.