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#403 Feb 4, 2014
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Go back under your rock, Mr. Keegstra.
Sometimes the truth hurts, my simple minded friend.

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#404 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
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A loving reminder of Jesus' words concerning those averse to His Word:
“Do not give dogs what is holy, and do not throw your pearls before pigs..."
Ah, that explains it. You believe in mythology

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#405 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Ah, that explains it. You believe in mythology
Again, I always enjoy pure irony.
So, thanks for that.

Trayvonius Martinez

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#406 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Sometimes the truth hurts, my simple minded friend.
That you're an anti-semitic, conspiracy theory wackjob? At least you're aware of your own mental illness.

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#407 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
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Seek help immediately.
Take the C(he) and (D)uke students with you.
On your way, remind Duke that Canadian fuel is powering your vehicle...and that of every other American.
Nevermind...your JDS likely prevents you from understanding such simple concepts as well.
Carry on then, all of you...nutjobs.
Again, the tar sands is turned into crude oil, which is mostly refined for plastics, diseal, heating oil, textiles, any many other by products. The gasoline that drives your car is a cleaner by product of crude oil that is drilled from different parts of the globe.Not so much the tar sands.

“HAPPY SPRING”

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#408 Feb 4, 2014
http://www.eia.gov/petroleum/imports/companyl...

Here's good info about where our supply comes from......

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#409 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Again, the tar sands is turned into crude oil, which is mostly refined for plastics, diseal, heating oil, textiles, any many other by products. The gasoline that drives your car is a cleaner by product of crude oil that is drilled from different parts of the globe.Not so much the tar sands.
In recent years, billions of dollars have been invested by US companies to convert heavy crude into light fuels.

You should expand your reading list past The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

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#410 Feb 4, 2014
BizzyBee wrote:
http://www.eia.gov/petroleum/i mports/companylevel/
Here's good info about where our supply comes from......
Shhh...don't tell Duke.
He hates multiculti fuel.
Such a conundrum for progressives.

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#411 Feb 4, 2014
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>That you're an anti-semitic, conspiracy theory wackjob? At least you're aware of your own mental illness.
Again , had you spent the time to read even the first post, you would see your childish comment ,holds no merit.It is these very piety indifference's that hold back, mankinds evolution..You see my friend, until we the people,realize that we are one people living and existing on one planet. We will continue on this course of self destruction, both socially and environmentally. We can change our social differences, but we can not bring back that of the natural life cycle that makes all life on this planet possible.Our atmosphere has not been so polluted since the time before the dinosaurs.Because of our fossil fuel dependency.We have polluted every stream, lake and ocean,Fresh water is more expensive to buy than oil Changed over 70% of the lands surface, destroyed over 50% of all the worlds rain forests in a 50yr span.Our food chain is no longer natural, reliant on by-products refined from our fossil fuels. We have Detonated over 2000 nuclear bombs, right now Japans nuclear plant is seeping toxic shit into the Pacific, the list goes on my friend. These are not one countries problem, but all of ours. So,if that means I'm wackjob, for trying to seek understanding of our past, to change today, for a better tomorrow, then so be it. The choice of change is not that of one persons ideal,or responsibility of one leader. It is that of all of us. To use our Democracy to find general consensus of we the people, to the best of our ability's. in the interests of all citizenry.

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#412 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Again , had you spent the time to read even the first post, you would see your childish comment ,holds no merit.It is these very piety indifference's that hold back, mankinds evolution..You see my friend, until we the people,realize that we are one people living and existing on one planet. We will continue on this course of self destruction, both socially and environmentally. We can change our social differences, but we can not bring back that of the natural life cycle that makes all life on this planet possible.Our atmosphere has not been so polluted since the time before the dinosaurs.Because of our fossil fuel dependency.We have polluted every stream, lake and ocean,Fresh water is more expensive to buy than oil Changed over 70% of the lands surface, destroyed over 50% of all the worlds rain forests in a 50yr span.Our food chain is no longer natural, reliant on by-products refined from our fossil fuels. We have Detonated over 2000 nuclear bombs, right now Japans nuclear plant is seeping toxic shit into the Pacific, the list goes on my friend. These are not one countries problem, but all of ours. So,if that means I'm wackjob, for trying to seek understanding of our past, to change today, for a better tomorrow, then so be it. The choice of change is not that of one persons ideal,or responsibility of one leader. It is that of all of us. To use our Democracy to find general consensus of we the people, to the best of our ability's. in the interests of all citizenry.
Excuse me, I don’t mean to intrude on your cranial-rectal copulation, but don't believe everything you think.

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#413 Feb 4, 2014
I don't know if anyone heard about Australia discovery of tar sands. I believe they would use fracking as a means to access it, but it is said to have more than the middle east.
http://www.tarsandsworld.com/australi
Again, is having more, better for our environments? We in the western world are only 10% of the global population, yet we consume over 50% of the resources globally.When China and India become the wasteful capitalistic consumers we are in the west, we are all fuked.Something else , is alot of our fossil fuel goes to China, as they are the ones who have the manufacturing infrastructure to manufacture all of our products.We send our raw material to the east, who then send it back for our consumption..lol

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#414 Feb 4, 2014
Guess I struck a nerve in some religious folk,lol. Yous understand, evolution is a proven science.The world is older than 10,000yrs.That the Earth is the only planet in the known universe to sustain this thing we call life. And that we as humans are part of the cycle of life. Your very means of existence is no different than any other element, and mixture of Alchemy of this planet.That there is no magical man in the sky, and that only mankind is going to save himself from himself,lol.probably not.

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#415 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
I don't know if anyone heard about Australia discovery of tar sands. I believe they would use fracking as a means to access it, but it is said to have more than the middle east.
http://www.tarsandsworld.com/australi
Again, is having more, better for our environments? We in the western world are only 10% of the global population, yet we consume over 50% of the resources globally.When China and India become the wasteful capitalistic consumers we are in the west, we are all fuked.Something else , is alot of our fossil fuel goes to China, as they are the ones who have the manufacturing infrastructure to manufacture all of our products.We send our raw material to the east, who then send it back for our consumption..lol
Do you live in your mom's basement?

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#416 Feb 4, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
Guess I struck a nerve in some religious folk,lol. Yous understand, evolution is a proven science.The world is older than 10,000yrs.That the Earth is the only planet in the known universe to sustain this thing we call life. And that we as humans are part of the cycle of life. Your very means of existence is no different than any other element, and mixture of Alchemy of this planet.That there is no magical man in the sky, and that only mankind is going to save himself from himself,lol.probably not.
Evolution is a theory, dude...on a equal footing with creation theory.
When you can replicate it, let us know.

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#417 Feb 4, 2014
http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/31/world/asia/grea...

This is disgusting!
Why would they jeopardize the beauty and the importance of this reef is beyond me!
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#418 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Evolution is a theory, dude...on a equal footing with creation theory.
When you can replicate it, let us know.
Mississippi is calling you home.

woof

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#419 Feb 4, 2014
BizzyBee wrote:
http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/31/ world/asia/great-barrier-reef- dump-approved/
This is disgusting!
Why would they jeopardize the beauty and the importance of this reef is beyond me!
Nothing is being jeopardized, Bizzy
Please don't become the hysterical tool of econuts.

FTA:

"It's important to note the seafloor of the approved disposal area consists of sand, silt and clay and does not contain coral reefs or seagrass beds."

The Authority's General Manager for Biodiversity, Conservation and Sustainable Use, Bruce Elliot echoes the statement, saying that the environmental safeguards -- 47 in total -- insisted upon by the Authority would protect the reef and seagrasses, along with the social and heritage uses of the marine park.

"By granting this permit application with rigorous safeguards, we believe we are able to provide certainty to both the community and the proponent while seeking to ensure transparent and best practice environmental management of the project," he said.

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#420 Feb 4, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Mississippi is calling you home.
woof
When you can replicate Darwin's pond scenario, let the world know.

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#421 Feb 4, 2014
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing is being jeopardized, Bizzy
Please don't become the hysterical tool of econuts.
FTA:
"It's important to note the seafloor of the approved disposal area consists of sand, silt and clay and does not contain coral reefs or seagrass beds."
The Authority's General Manager for Biodiversity, Conservation and Sustainable Use, Bruce Elliot echoes the statement, saying that the environmental safeguards -- 47 in total -- insisted upon by the Authority would protect the reef and seagrasses, along with the social and heritage uses of the marine park.
"By granting this permit application with rigorous safeguards, we believe we are able to provide certainty to both the community and the proponent while seeking to ensure transparent and best practice environmental management of the project," he said.
I don't believe it doesn't do harm and I did read the article.
It always starts a chain of events.....
d pantz

San Antonio, TX

#422 Feb 4, 2014
I remember when republicans said that the Iraq war was going to save Americans money at the pump lol! This will be just like the ahca... the corporations that build the pipe line will write the rules... just like insurance companies!

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