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Feb 17 08 9:22 AM
I've been lurking here for a while, but now that things are underway I thought I'd share my recent findings with everyone. I googled the protest to
see if anyone else was talking/laughing about it and I came across this guys Flickr page with a couple pics from the protest.
When Lee talks about being out there with "the boys" he isn't kidding. : p
So Lee, if I happen to be in Silver Spring tomorrow, how much money will you throw at me if I pass in front of the Discovery building? I'm thinking it
might be easier than hitting up the cash machine. Oh, and thanks for all the laughs. This whole charade has been great entertainment for the past few weeks.
Keep it up. And keep the reports coming in. I want to know if the crowd breaks ten people.
Holy shit!!! Lee, are you out of your freakin' mind? Those are kids? Forget the irony that in your mind they are the
problem, but WTF dude? If you can't get enough grown ups, who have the ability to make up their minds, to join your failing protest then go the F* home.
Don't hire little kids to do this. Man you are one sick pup.
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Feb 18 08 5:17 AM
Give me a few days more. It's not over yet. You don't understand how it works at all. I did have high hopes for the ad, but I think that can be
It's all those dammed McJobs that made me big.
Feb 18 08 3:28 PM
Feb 18 08 3:38 PM
monsieurquinze wrote: Lee, I work for one of the world's most well-known conservation organizations, and yet
you're telling us that we have no idea how things work. I suppose you think you should be running our organization since you have all the answers.
Ok, let me have at it. First of all, we need to educate people on how the Discovery Channel is helping to destroy the earth with it's harmful shows. I
can make a point-by-point showing where their messages are misleading people. The messages to me are loud and clear, but to others, it's more subtle and
has to be pointed out to them in order to clearly see the underlying thoughts. Sometimes it should be taken from a certain point of view. For instance, a
thousand janitors may not be affected to become fishermen when watching the "Deadliest Catch", but a handful of fishermen might find the show useful
or even financially inspiring. Enough people might go into that 'profession' from just watching that show, enough to cause the overfishing rate to
increase to disasterous proportions.
But what are you worried about anyway? The Discovery people don't seem as annoyed as you. A lot of them smile our way.
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The french fries at those McJobs make one overweight.
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Feb 18 08 4:54 PM
What about the point of view of those french fries you eat? Have you have thought about the Potato's?
Actually, yes. Eating too many potatoes can actually lead to overpopulation as mentioned in "Collapse" by Jared Diamond. As I recall, in New
Guinea, a certain potato was introduced that caused their population to explode. Now, it's one thing for a creature to take one or two crabs to eat, and
the crab understands that there are predators. But to wipe them ALL out into extinction is not the idea. Otherwise, Mr. Crab could not think at all for he and
his species would just not exist.
Growing a world only with potatoes at the expense of the creatures that do not eat potatoes will cause their extinction. Because those creatures are denied
food themselves and our population expands it's land use to grow more....POTATOES!
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