OK: Regardless of how dumb PETA has been in the past with their ad campaigns, how will acting like a knee-jerk idiot in regard to the issue change anything?
The "Holocaust on your plate" was one of the craziest and offesive campaigns ever, but guess what? 2 YEARS LATER YOU'RE STILL TALKING ABOUT IT. AFTER THE CAMPAIGN IS LOOOOOOONG OVER.
That's brilliant marketing people.
Doing something this MEANINGLESS (especially if you already do it on a daily basis) WON'T SOLVE ANYTHING. You'd still have to find a PETA member to do in in front of ot have an intended effect.
PS: Are you going to tell me that PETA is wrong anyway in their struggle to ban or minimize the impact of factory farming (WHICH IS VERY BAD-YES IT IS) or something like calling attention to and trying to reduce animal cruelty is a bad thing anyways?