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Charles R Darwin wrote:
We have to stop the bickering and focus our attention on blowing the top off another mountain.
Oooooooooooooooo I want in on that!!!! KABOOM!!!!!

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In a wide-ranging profile due out in next month’s issue of Details, Kentucky’s Republican nominee for Senate, Rand Paul, stands up for all the good things the controversial practice of mountain top-removal mining can do for the environment. Despite warnings from conservationists that blowing the tops off of mountains to get the precious, precious coal underneath can have a seriously negative impact on the surrounding land, Paul says that when you really stop to think about it, losing those mountain tops is actually a net positive.

From the lengthy article, which was reported before Paul shunned the national press:

Paul believes mountaintop removal just needs a little rebranding.“I think they should name it something better,” he says.“The top ends up flatter, but we’re not talking about Mount Everest. We’re talking about these little knobby hills that are everywhere out here. And I’ve seen the reclaimed lands. One of them is 800 acres, with a sports complex on it, elk roaming, covered in grass.” Most people, he continues,“would say the land is of enhanced value, because now you can build on it.”
As he said of so many things in the past, Paul said the final decision about mountaintop removal mining (which, as Details reporter Jonathan Miles reports, has been called “the greatest environmental tragedy ever to befall our nation” by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.) should rest in the hands of private landowners.

“Let’s let you decide what to do with your land,” Paul told the magazine.“Really, it’s a private-property issue.”

Coal production, of course, is one of the most important industries in Kentucky, so Paul’s not likely to lose many friends in the business community by talking up the advantages of flattening Appalachia to dig up more coal. But if the people who run the coal mines might be happy with the article, the folks who actually dig up the coal might find Paul’s understanding of the industry lacking a bit. Miles and Paul drive through Harlan County, Kentucky — the front line for some of the nastiest labor battles in the history of American coal. The county was where many miners spent decades trying to win concessions from owners and help build coal mining into a middle class job. But when Miles asks about it, Paul can’t seem to remember why the area is important to Kentucky:

Something about Harlan has lodged itself in my brain the way a shard of barbecue gets stuck in one’s teeth, and I’ve asked Paul for help.“I don’t know,” he says in an elusive accent that’s not quite southern and not quite not-southern. The town of Hazard is nearby, he notes:“It’s famous for, like, The Dukes of Hazzard.”
Read the rest of the Details piece here.

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Only Joy would cut and paste crap about MTR.

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So if Rand Paul supports flattening Appalachia, then the mountain tops will be as flat as the tops of all your rednecks' heads.

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Charles R Darwin wrote:
So if Rand Paul supports flattening Appalachia, then the mountain tops will be as flat as the tops of all your rednecks' heads.
Maybe she's been talking about flat-top haircuts all this time, d'you suppose?

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marcemon wrote:
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Maybe she's been talking about flat-top haircuts all this time, d'you suppose?
I figure she wears her hair like that to hide the dent from where her mother poked her in her soft spot when she was an infant.

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Charles R Darwin wrote:
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I figure she wears her hair like that to hide the dent from where her mother poked her in her soft spot when she was an infant.
Must have been a daily routine. Like Gibbs slapping Dinozzo.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
And the winner is........

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#705
Nov 24, 2012
 
yeap just a bunch of jealous people

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TwistnPull wrote:
yeap just a bunch of jealous people
Joy, what is a Humanintarian award? I have never heard of that before.

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TwistnPull wrote:
yeap just a bunch of jealous people
Hey, you spelled jealous right this time. Good for you!!!

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#708
Nov 24, 2012
 
jelly jelly, spooky just wants to do joy soo soo bad.

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If he tied a 2x4 to his ass, so he doesn't fall in.
oh you just want a piece of the joy also

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jelly jelly, spooky just wants to do joy soo soo bad.
Apparently, twist and pull is what you have to do to get at your teeny wennus. Do you need a mirror to find it over your beer gut? Sounds to me like you and Joyless would make a perfect couple. She'd be more willing if you were a child molester though.

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Nov 24, 2012
 
Truth is I love me some Joy. can yall get me some creamed corn for my pits. lubs me rubbin my huge body with some mashed taters also.. feels sexy

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nuckingfuts- wrote:
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Who the hell is Joy? I am an old lady fool.
Here's Joy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

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Sorry, here's the video:

&sn s=em

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Nov 24, 2012
 
uhh sorry this is the video:

http://youtu.be/yrNOMC8uRYw

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SpookyMuIder wrote:
uhh sorry this is the video:
http://youtu.be/yrNOMC8uRYw
Nice try, Joy or is this Jerry Campbell, her pedophile bf? Maybe Murt, her other pedophile stalker bf. joy, you really know how to pick them.

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BTW, you might want to come to fatazz' defense on the War thread.

And stupid, I'm a woman. Everyone here knows that.

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