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May 20, 2006

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Solomon

Great subject. Very quickly before going out the door.

Anything by Karl Marx.

Silent Spring by Rachel Carson -- lead to the worldwide banning and continuing hysteria over DDT thus causing the deaths of untold millions of human beings from malaria -- mostly in poor nation.

Annony

Paper bags are holier than plastic bags. Plastic bags are evil.

Sissy Willis

Al Gore's Earth in the Balance, not to mention his latest contribution to the Church of Green liturgy, An Inconvenient Truth. There's a movie associated with that, and Slick Willy seems to be shilling for the Cigar Store Indian in his graduation speeches this spring as well.

What is it with these pathological liars' obsession with the word truth? (As if we didn't know)

Here's an apt excerpt from my "Soylent green" post of a couple of years back: http://sisu.typepad.com/sisu/2004/01/_blogging_is_no_4.html

As I posted a couple of weeks ago in "To everything there is a season":

By the temperature of global-warming hysteria under the leadership of Al "An Inconvenient Truth" Gore, it appears no one was listening then, and no one is listening now. Scientists are only human, after all, and for many -- if not most -- getting the grants and the accolades and running with the herd trump the search for truth. Yet another example of a Fear Society Lite, with media elites reflexively promulgating the party line. As NBC's Andrea Mitchell admitted way back in 1990 (from an Insight magazine clipping in our snail files), "clearly the networks have made the decision now, where you'd have to call it advocacy."

http://sisu.typepad.com/sisu/2006/04/the_full_pink_m.html

Sissy Willis

Another interesting post -- http://sisu.typepad.com/sisu/2006/05/we_cant_bear_to.html -- from MAMS (me and my show):

I loved -- even as I was horrified at her findings -- Liza Gross's article on scientific illiteracy, but as a Darwinian libertarian, I was wicked annoyed with the knee-jerk leftoid vapidity exhibited in the cartoon you used to illustrate the article, with its lumping together of Fox News and scientific ignorance.

Your politics are painfully "correct." The jury on who or what is responsible for global warming is still out (I myself, like Sally Baliunas, find sun spots the most likely candidate), and Fox News is a cable news network that provides an alternative to the monolithic leftist, anti-Bush so-called mainstream media.

You folks ought to stick to what you know, evolution. Political correctness muddies the waters and taints your otherwise excellent arguments.

DJ & T

I read recently somewhere else that a male college student said his best pickup line is "I'm not a religious person, but I'm a very spiritual person." He claims that he is guaranteed to get action with that line. Neo-pagans generally disdain any organized religion, I suppose they prefer any disorganized religion.

BillyHW

Contraception, fornication, homosexual experiences, excessive taxation.

Oh, and pornography.

toolips

Saints: Al Gore and Rachel Carson
Heretic: Anyone who disputes Al Gore's global warming claims.

Urban

It is glad to a meeting!
;)

Antonin

I like it and the background and colors make it easy to read.
;)

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