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Pam Bites Down On KFC

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But then again, don’t a lot of people? Hardcore PETA spokesperson Pamela Anderson is spewing venom at the very thought of a KFC commemorative stamp.

She writes: “Honouring a man whose legacy involves breaking animals’ bones and scalding animals to death in defeathering tanks is contrary to the values of most compassionate citizens, and I hope you’ll deny KFC’s request. How about another Elvis stamp instead?”

Now I don’t like what KFC’s been doing, but I can’t help feeling sorry for poor Colonel Sanders. I’m sure this isn’t at all what he had in mind when he first unleashed a flurry of fried chicken on the world, and I don’t think maiming and de-beaking chickens were ever part of his methods, so I rather think it’s unfair for him to take all the flak.

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