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Old 02-25-2012, 05:37 AM
 
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Reality is very hard to change...no matter how much money they have, the best monsanto can hope for is APATHY created by misinformation and blantant DENIAL...

The NRDC went to court with the agency over its alleged failure to respond to a petition calling for the EPA to stop licensing the use of 2,4-D, which was one of two ingredients in the toxic Vietnam war herbicide Agent Orange.

2,4-D is an intergral part of AGENT ORANGE and there is no way to separate it from the poisonous defoilage used in VietNAm and other places. IT IS POISON plain and simple. To say it is safe because it is only HALF the equation is just NUTBARISH...

Group sues EPA over popular weed killer

Just because something is popular, doesn't mean it is SAFE or the right thing to do. Remember what was popular in the early 1800s in America? Well eventually the people understood it was a CRIMINAL act and STOPPED IT!

 
Old 02-25-2012, 06:53 AM
 
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Originally Posted by zthatzmanz28 View Post
Reality is very hard to change...no matter how much money they have, the best monsanto can hope for is APATHY created by misinformation and blantant DENIAL...

The NRDC went to court with the agency over its alleged failure to respond to a petition calling for the EPA to stop licensing the use of 2,4-D, which was one of two ingredients in the toxic Vietnam war herbicide Agent Orange.

2,4-D is an intergral part of AGENT ORANGE and there is no way to separate it from the poisonous defoilage used in VietNAm and other places. IT IS POISON plain and simple. To say it is safe because it is only HALF the equation is just NUTBARISH...

Group sues EPA over popular weed killer

Just because something is popular, doesn't mean it is SAFE or the right thing to do. Remember what was popular in the early 1800s in America? Well eventually the people understood it was a CRIMINAL act and STOPPED IT!
You just going to continue to post the same thing over and over and over?

Reminder, the thread (as per you) is about
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NEWS: Agent Orange--coming soon to your GM
Hint: Agent Orange is coming no-where.... 2,4-D is what's being proposed.

I know it's hard to tell the two apart from your biased ignorant standpoint.

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To say it is safe because it is only HALF the equation is just NUTBARISH
The statement above shows a mind that is totally ignorant of science.

Here, please read the following on chemicals completely changing into a different state when combined with others (this way you'll sound half-way intelligent)

http://actrav.itcilo.org/actrav-engl...can/sandh1.htm

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Old 02-25-2012, 09:19 AM
 
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Group sues EPA over popular weed killer

Just because something is popular, doesn't mean it is SAFE or the right thing to do. Remember what was popular in the early 1800s in America? Well eventually the people understood it was a CRIMINAL act and STOPPED IT!
why do you throw up link after link after link yet refuse to discuss what's in those links? seems odd..

btw, that was VASTLY better than your usual links, which is generally what happens when you stick to non-nutbar sources.
 
Old 02-26-2012, 11:55 AM
 
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why do you throw up link after link after link yet refuse to discuss what's in those links? seems odd..

btw, that was VASTLY better than your usual links, which is generally what happens when you stick to non-nutbar sources.

Does one really need to write about what is in the article? I really hate having to watch a power point presentation only to have some moron read every slide verbatim.

Unlike some folks, I believe those who are interested can read and have better comprehension than if I TOLD them what to believe...
 
Old 02-26-2012, 03:34 PM
 
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Does one really need to write about what is in the article? I really hate having to watch a power point presentation only to have some moron read every slide verbatim.

Unlike some folks, I believe those who are interested can read and have better comprehension than if I TOLD them what to believe...
Who said anything about powerpoints or writing about what's in the article?
I'm talking about your refusal to discuss the points plwhit and I have raised about the non-stop links you keep throwing out.
 
Old 02-26-2012, 03:36 PM
 
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Who said anything about powerpoints or writing about what's in the article?
I'm talking about your refusal to discuss the points plwhit and I have raised about the non-stop links you keep throwing out.
Regurgitating URL's requires no intelligence....

~ Read headline
~ Copy
~ Paste
~ Copy URL
~ Paste
~ Save

Repeat above procedure to respond to all posts....

Sidestepping the issue that 2,4-D is not Agent Orange after 85 posts in the thread?

PRICELESS

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Old 02-26-2012, 08:14 PM
 
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Regurgitating URL's requires no intelligence....

~ Read headline
~ Copy
~ Paste
~ Copy URL
~ Paste
~ Save

Repeat above procedure to respond to all posts....

Sidestepping the issue that 2,4-D is not Agent Orange after 85 posts in the thread?

PRICELESS
No it is NOT agent orange--it is however 50% of AGent Orange...


The NRDC went to court with the agency over its alleged failure to respond to a petition calling for the EPA to stop licensing the use of 2,4-D, which was one of two ingredients in the toxic Vietnam war herbicide Agent Orange.

Documented here

Throughout various posts...
 
Old 02-26-2012, 08:51 PM
 
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No it is NOT agent orange--it is however 50% of AGent Orange...


The NRDC went to court with the agency over its alleged failure to respond to a petition calling for the EPA to stop licensing the use of 2,4-D, which was one of two ingredients in the toxic Vietnam war herbicide Agent Orange.

Documented here

Throughout various posts...
1]WEED B GONE, available at every walmart in north america, or

2]'50% of agent orange'

which of these inspires more terror?
 
Old 02-26-2012, 09:23 PM
 
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No it is NOT agent orange--it is however 50% of AGent Orange...


The NRDC went to court with the agency over its alleged failure to respond to a petition calling for the EPA to stop licensing the use of 2,4-D, which was one of two ingredients in the toxic Vietnam war herbicide Agent Orange.

Documented here

Throughout various posts...
Using this same logic: Milk is not chocolate milk--it is however 80% of chocolate milk.

~ Read headline
~ Copy
~ Paste
~ Copy URL
~ Paste
~ Save

Repeat above procedure to respond to all posts.... You last used this copy operation in #81...

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Old 03-04-2012, 06:49 PM
 
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Coming soon to our food supply IF we say nothing and allow it to happen.


If your children don’t live in New York or Connecticut, or most of Canada — where the product is banned — then daily exposure to this product from early spring to late autumn is probably a fact of life. And maybe your children don’t suffer the above symptoms every day, but, then again, maybe they do for certain days of the year. You, as a parent, just have no idea what caused the headache, rash or asthma.

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