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Top Cutlines — 10/31/06

Two members of animal rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) stage a protest against the meat industry in Henry Street, Dublin, today. The women posed in fake oversized meat packaging to draw attention to the industry’s treatment of animals. (AP Photo/Niall Carson,PA)

Top Cutlines:

1. A murmuring crowd soon assembled on the sidewalk despite a livid Jeffrey Dahmer’s loud insistence that how he chose to defrost his dinner was absolutely none of their damn business — Rainbow Sparkle Pony Angel.

2. In the habit of attending protests, an onlooker suggests nun too soon that they find a very large skillet (aka PETA pan) to bring more reality to the event — John Austin.

3. Sister Ann is feeling a little better, realizing upon picking up her newest recruits of the convent, they weren’t selling themselves on the street like *that* — Bronx Boy; and: Frustrated by the increased competition caused by Ireland’s recent legalization of prostitution, two seasoned pros launch a new marketing technique — Bent.

HM: Deena

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