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Since everyone is so excited about Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary (wait, you’re not?), PETA decided to join the craze and buy a brick.
Their inscribed message, on the surface, has nothing to do with protecting animals or their organization:
“Lead Our Bo Sox To Early Runs! Late Inning Blasts! Easy Routs! A Trophy In Our Name!”
Seems like an odd message, right? But, nothing to see here, it’s just an organization rooting for the home team.
According to PETA, their message actually represents an acronym. Take the first letter of each word in the message and you get: “L-O-B-S-T-E-R-L-I-B-E-R-A-T-I-O-N” or simply, “Lobster Liberation.”
“That’s right! It says, ‘Lobster Liberation,’ as a subtle reminder to shellfish-eaters to let the naturally long-lived crustaceans live those long lives in the ocean, where they belong,” the organization wrote on their blog.
Well, there’s that.