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They've got Nukes. Y didn't we invade them?? Those chinese comunist are crazy little fus. "Anaboliset Aineet" I mean abortion when woman first get pregnant and want an abortion is defendable But when women don't want an abortion and the babies first coming out they jab a needle into its head and kill it. If they read the bible or any other religous book they kill you. When march the same way Martin Luther King did they kill you very painfully. The chinese are WORSE then Hitler and Tojo and Saddam Hussien or anybody else.
Um, those countries are powerful enough to destroy our nation by pressing about 30 buttons. China "Anabolika Definition" has over a billion people Comprar Levitra living in it, and it has nukes. No country could be dumb enough to challenge them alone. And they haven't threatened anybody either. So, think before you say something like that. 4 times the population of the US. Far bigger arsenal. No, sorry, that's just insane to go after a country of that magnitude. And global warming is something most of us don't believe in, at least republicans. I'm all for less polution, though.
Two inches isn't enough to sink a city. And if it goes at 2 3 mm a year, there isn't going to be a disaster. It's not like one day, 20 years from now, NYC will all of a sudden have 2 inches of water running through its streets. You guys aren't thinking very much. You contradict yourselves quite a bit. Keep in mind that you say it happens slowly, but the flooding will happen quickly. If it even does. Yeah, okay, whatever.
woooo, nothing about what is happening now is natural! This is all because of our "modernized" world and the overpopulation which will eventually be our demise. We can however stop this, if, and only if a major shift in thinking, and acceptance and if we globally change how we "Oxandrolone Powder India" live our lives. We need to quickly decrease our use of coal and oil for engergy. We need to come up with that hydrogen car and quickly. We need to stop our capatlist ways which has our importing and shipping our products all over the world. The world we need to create should be taking all our concentration not useless wars or debates over abortion.
Originally posted by roughrider
woooo, nothing about what is happening now is natural! This is all because of our "modernized" world and the overpopulation which will eventually be our demise. We can however stop this, if, and only if a major shift in thinking, and acceptance and if we globally change how we live our lives. We need to quickly decrease our use of coal and oil for engergy. We need to come up with that hydrogen car and quickly. We need to stop our capatlist ways which has our importing and shipping our products all over the world. The world we need to create should be taking all our concentration not useless wars or debates over abortion.
Originally posted by roughrider
woooo, nothing about what is happening now is natural! This is all because of our "modernized" world and the overpopulation which will eventually be our demise. We can however stop this, if, and only if a major shift in thinking, and acceptance and if we globally change how we live our lives. We need to quickly decrease our use of coal and oil for engergy. We need to come up with that hydrogen car and quickly. We need to stop our capatlist ways which has our importing and shipping our products all over the world. The world we need to create should be taking all our concentration not useless wars or debates over abortion. We're the best, and we feel bad. The end result? Infant (ie after being born) homicide. Year round ski season. I'd have to stop playing d and go play some box.
Many of my beliefs about politics and the world are tied in with my religion. Now, we don't endorse or favor any candidates. Rebublican, Democrat, whatever. But capitalism is the best there is, except for a form of communism, which isn't really communism, and can't exist with today's people. Or pretty much any people, for that matter. I plan on having five kids. There's plenty of open space in the world. Just look at Vermont. One hundred times as many trees as people. Plus tons of open space. I love trees as much as the next guy, and rain and green grass, but we're overreacting.
The reason I want an H2 powered car is because it'd be way the freak cheaper, and way more efficient. We don't have the power to change the temperature of the earth. So quit complaining. I would like less polution, however. I'm all for that. Ten years from now, H2 powered cars will be common.
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