I just finished watching Curt Johnson's documentary "Your Mommy Kills Animals" and I have to say that I mostly really liked it. Except of course for the need to have it because of the horrible things that happen to animals in America every second of every day.
Also, I feel the need to clarify, just in case any non-vegans ever see this page :) For the most part, I don't like PeTA. Lots of vegans and people who are pro-animal rights don't. Animals should not be killed. Or hurt. For any reason. (With of course, the exception of seriously ill animals who are suffering and in pain.)
But for that prick who called PeTA's VP a hypocrite for using insulin . . . You do what you can. You do everything you can. If you have some sort of problem or condition that can't be helped in a vegan way, then you go take/do what you must. But still doing everything you can makes a difference. You can't just do nothing because you can't do one thing.
And I have a confession - I love Annemarie Lucas. I think she's the coolest, and I'm still ticked that I never had the guts to go meet her when I lived in Brooklyn. Alas.