Will Sexy Ads Help PETA?

Over the years PETA's sexy Super Bowl ads have become a bit of a pastime in the run up to the big game. Especially since every year, NBC politely declines $3 million and prevents the Super Bowl commercial from airing.

Will they ever get an ad in?

Will it make a difference?

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Nothing can help that domestic terrorist organization.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

I've always liked PETA's sexy ads. It's not like they're having sex in them or anything. There are plenty of raunchy ads out there and it's not fair that PETA doesn't get to do there thing.

No, I don't believe these sexy ads help PETA.  I think the only ones they help are the men who enjoy watching them.

"Taken from the movie "Titanic" "A woman dies with many secrets in her heart"

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