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APhoto of the Day w/Top Cutlines — 12/7/07


Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Photo
PETA supporters Christina Cho, right, and Nicole Mathews offer up vegan sandwiches outside of the federal courthouse as media wait for Giants slugger Barry Bonds to arrive in San Francisco today. You write the cutline.

Top Cutlines

1. One fake hunk of meat offers another fake hunk of meat while awaiting a third fake hunk of meat — Cabbage Boy.

2. PETA scrapped its semi-nude campaign against meat consumption shortly after this demonstration, saying that exit polling indicates that “meat” is the first word that comes to mind in a majority of men who were approached by the models — Bent.

3. “Well, I’m against meat, you know, because it has, like, drugs in it and stuff and it’s, like, really bad for you and not healthy. I mean, like I totally am all for veggies and stuff. So, don’t you totally like my outfit. It’s all green, you know, like veggies and stuff” — A Token D.

HM: LP


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