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to American History Museum: 'FOOD' Exhibit Incomplete Without History of Animal Abuse

There are 2 comments on the PETA story from Feb 13, 2013, titled to American History Museum: 'FOOD' Exhibit Incomplete Without History of Animal Abuse. In it, PETA reports that:

Washington -- PETA has sent a letter to John Gray, director of the National Museum of American History, urging him to display PETA's riveting "Glass Walls" exhibit , which gives viewers a look at factory farming from the perspective of animals.

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Sycamore, IL

#1 Feb 14, 2013
People Eating Tasty Animals: Stupid rotten bullies for animals since 1980
What the

Sycamore, IL

#3 Feb 17, 2013
cowards talk bul seit wrote:
God Damn the fricken holy ghost! Who the hell wanted ur fricken mouth to open sagon?!
The least you could do in a comment section is post comments that make sense! Thank you for your attention.

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