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#1 Old 07-15-2016, 07:58 AM
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The Most Disturbing Kids Coloring Book Ever


Let’s take a magical journey together through a super-special kids coloring book apparently aimed at the budding sociopath! We’ll discover such enriching activities as a eugenics-themed multiple choice quiz, a hands-on activity of how to properly mutilate infants, and more than you’d ever care to know about semen! So glove on up and let’s go!

This video takes a *colorful* look (couldn’t stop myself) at the profoundly disturbing propaganda of the pork industry. The astoundingly inappropriate coloring book we travel through was brought to you by the Pork Checkoff program of the National Pork Board, itself overseen by the United States Department of Agriculture. See the videos linked in the description on YouTube for educational content actually appropriate for kids, to learn how pigs are really treated, and to encounter more unbelievably blatant propaganda.
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#2 Old 07-18-2016, 03:35 PM
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[sarcasm]I wonder how many "Yummy bacon" comments this will get on Facebook.[/sarcasm] I also wonder how many kids got this as a birthday gift or holiday gift and are now vegan because of it.

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I'd never give that to a child, they are not mature enough to handle graphic depictions of animal cruelty. We need to gently encourage kindness to animals instead. I've seen coloring books that promote pet adoption, that's what I'd give my kid if I had one.
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