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Posted on February 27 at 11:54 a.m.
"Shame in you Indy?" Really?
This is a well reported story. It is not an opinion piece, and does not advocate bottled water consumption.
Reporting on stories that address human waste and pollution should be more commonplace. We should promote people at least thinking about ways to solve problems, rather than dismiss them.
Subjugating the small steps people take to address problems like bottled water is foolish, and counterproductive to environmental protection.
Props to those of you educating yourselves and others with your further research, and addressing the real issues.
On New Spin on Bottled Water
Posted on February 27 at 10:29 a.m.
Long live Calidris alba!
On Improved Plover Protection from Dogs
Posted on February 22 at 2:36 p.m.
Do the words "innocent until proven guilty" mean anything to you, kelphead1?
Posted on February 20 at 4:24 p.m.
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Posted on January 20 at 11:47 a.m.
Just plain crackhead biotch.
On Surf Shop Crime Fighters
Posted on January 20 at 11:44 a.m.
AShaw, I hate you.
On The Train has Left the Station
Posted on January 20 at 11:15 a.m.
That shot of young Rexie is pretty killer. The face of America zooming past...
On A Lens' Look at the Midway Point
Posted on January 6 at 4:43 p.m.
GET A ROOM ALREADY, you two!
Obviously your related yet irrelevant tangents are cause for concern, but the article does not praise the communist regime for its civil rights. It makes no reference whatsoever to following Cuba's lead in the many horrifically oppressive government installation.
The fact is that the article brings attention to an aspect of Cuban government and culture that we can learn from, and one that I would have known nothing about otherwise.
So stop your self-righteous, electronic masturbation and leave some room for legitimate comments. And leave the eco-freaks out of it. Being an environmentalist does not make you a communist hippie.-Objective d:)
On Is Cuba a Jolly Green Giant?