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2014-04-03 07:32:24 PM  

HeadLever: rzrwiresunrise: Well, it looks like the man failed to get the proper federal permit.

The issue here is that the EPA is claiming that he needs the permit, but he seems to be qualified for the exceptions that I was linking to earlier.  For this, the jury is still out, but you can bet that it will become a pretty large case.

The bigger issue here is that navigable waters is not well defined (read Alito's comments in the Sackett case).  Regarding the Johnson case, it is being framed as the EPA trying to assert jurisdiction where it shouldn't.  This will ultimately be left to the courts.


So it shall.
 
2014-04-03 07:41:12 PM  

Lucky LaRue: Epic Fap Session: Lucky LaRue: Epic Fap Session: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: derp

WTF is an "herbal teabagger"?

It's an insult on par with "honky" in its ability to offend or irritate.

I am glad it offends radical liberals.  Their ideology is offensive and is deserving of being shamed.

Offends? This is fun.

BTW, your failure to properly interpret the emotions of others tells me your probably "on the spectrum." If this is the case, let me know. I'm not comfortable mocking handicapped people.

At least try for a consistent, logical argument.

You are able to look at the radical right and label them - I am sure you have many labels, but "teabagger" is certainly one of them.  What I find curious is how you are seemingly incapable of extrapolating that, if radicalism exists on the right, then it surely exists on the left.


Honky isn't offensive. Neither is herbal teabagger. Both are failed insults. I'm being consistent.

I'm sorry about your affliction. Keep your chin, lil buddy.
 
2014-04-03 07:43:15 PM  

Epic Fap Session: Lucky LaRue: Epic Fap Session: Lucky LaRue: Epic Fap Session: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: derp

WTF is an "herbal teabagger"?

It's an insult on par with "honky" in its ability to offend or irritate.

I am glad it offends radical liberals.  Their ideology is offensive and is deserving of being shamed.

Offends? This is fun.

BTW, your failure to properly interpret the emotions of others tells me your probably "on the spectrum." If this is the case, let me know. I'm not comfortable mocking handicapped people.

At least try for a consistent, logical argument.

You are able to look at the radical right and label them - I am sure you have many labels, but "teabagger" is certainly one of them.  What I find curious is how you are seemingly incapable of extrapolating that, if radicalism exists on the right, then it surely exists on the left.

Honky isn't offensive. Neither is herbal teabagger. Both are failed insults. I'm being consistent.

I'm sorry about your affliction. Keep your chin, lil buddy.


Epic Fap Session:  "Herbal Teabagger" offends and irritates
Lucky LaRue:  I'm glad it offends
Epic Fap Session:  Offends?  It doesn't offend

Lulz..
 
2014-04-03 07:45:13 PM  
Since you snipped my quote:

It's an insult on par with "honky" in its ability to offend or irritate.
 
2014-04-03 07:50:41 PM  
I've seen better trolling on Xbox Live, you minor leaguer.
 
2014-04-03 07:52:37 PM  

Epic Fap Session: I've seen better trolling on Xbox Live, you minor leaguer.


It isn't trolling to point out the inconsistencies in your argument.  But if calling me a troll makes the cognitive dissonance go away, then I'm ok with that.
 
2014-04-03 08:16:35 PM  

Lucky LaRue: It isn't trolling to point out the inconsistencies in your argument. But if calling me a troll makes the cognitive dissonance go away, then I'm ok with that.


I like how you keep insulting people, then pretending you just made a point, and THEN pretending that your views are why everybody is making fun of you.

Yup, this thread has been a real hoot.
 
2014-04-03 08:26:49 PM  

udhq: Lucky LaRue: It isn't trolling to point out the inconsistencies in your argument. But if calling me a troll makes the cognitive dissonance go away, then I'm ok with that.

I like how you keep insulting people, then pretending you just made a point, and THEN pretending that your views are why everybody is making fun of you.

Yup, this thread has been a real hoot.


The next time someone asks me what a herbal teabagger is, I'm just going to link this thread and advise them to read yours and Cameron's comments.
 
2014-04-03 08:37:59 PM  

Lucky LaRue: The next time someone asks me what a herbal teabagger is, I'm just going to link this thread and advise them to read yours and Cameron's comments.


Oh, I absolutely own up to being an herbal teabadger.  They're so fuzzy and delightful!
 
2014-04-03 08:58:26 PM  
The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger
 
2014-04-03 09:09:05 PM  

SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger


You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.
 
2014-04-03 09:36:39 PM  

ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.


Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies 
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/ 

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.
 
2014-04-03 09:54:07 PM  

SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies 
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/ 

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.


You might want to read the actual article linked further up the thread. It's not all that "scandalous".
 
2014-04-03 10:00:28 PM  

SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.


Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*
 
2014-04-03 10:04:36 PM  

ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*


Dude.  Trolling is *not* cool, and totally against the FARq.
 
2014-04-03 10:10:02 PM  

Lucky LaRue: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*

Dude.  Trolling is *not* cool, and totally against the FARq.

0-media-cdn.foolz.us
 
2014-04-03 10:15:33 PM  

ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*



Brah, so what's not biased? Maybe reuters? Most things have spin, you just have to look for common threads and facts.

img.fark.net

My bad, here's another:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/report-epa-fails-disclose -r isks-human-tests-23164469 

*Steals trollololo cap*
 
2014-04-03 10:21:37 PM  

SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*


Brah, so what's not biased? Maybe reuters? Most things have spin, you just have to look for common threads and facts.

[img.fark.net image 475x382]

My bad, here's another:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/report-epa-fails-disclose -r isks-human-tests-23164469

*Steals trollololo cap*


ABC News eh.... 50/50 but MSNBC. Their word isn't worth shiat CNN either.
 
x23
2014-04-03 10:28:21 PM  

MrBallou: From epahumantesting.com:

XCON Study. Starting in 2004, the EPA exposed adults with metabolic syndrome (including the elderly) to high levels of toxic PM2.5.

OMEGACON Study. Starting in 2007, the EPA exposed older adults to high levels of diesel exhaust (which contains PM2.5 and other "toxic" substances) and then "treated" them with omega-3 fatty acids to see if whatever harm caused by PM2.5 was mitigated. In 2008, the diesel exhaust was replaced by plain PM2.5.

KINGCON Study. Starting in 2008, the EPA exposed older adults with moderate asthma to PM2.5.

CAPTAIN Study. The EPA is now recruiting older adults (including the elderly up to 75 years) to "... find out if a component of ambient air pollution to which we are all exposed, particulate matter (PM), produced by car and coal-fired power plants, increases the risks of changes in the heart and whether genotype will lessen the risks caused by PM.



wait wait wait... so exposure to PM2.5 is bad now? because where i live the teabaggers are HUGE proponents of being able to expose everyone around them to PM2.5 because of freedoms.

they buy poorly made external wood boilers with insufficient smokestacks (eliminating the chimney effect) and keep them fired up all winter long in a city with a big inversion. basically choking out all their neighbors.

a borough proposal to ban their crappy wood boilers caused a massive uproar amongst "libertarians" and teabaggers because of "government regulation" and "socialism" and trying to take away their constitutional rights to make their neighborhoods smell like a year-round bonfire.

so i am really confused that it is suddenly bad.
 
2014-04-03 10:29:34 PM  

ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*


Brah, so what's not biased? Maybe reuters? Most things have spin, you just have to look for common threads and facts.

[img.fark.net image 475x382]

My bad, here's another:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/report-epa-fails-disclose -r isks-human-tests-23164469

*Steals trollololo cap*

ABC News eh.... 50/50 but MSNBC. Their word isn't worth shiat CNN either.


Journalism truly sucks balls at the moment. I'm usually stuck in a Catch-22. I can either link to a biased MSM source and get called on it, or link to an alternative media source and get called on it.

It's a rough time to be an internet forum tough guy.
 
2014-04-03 10:35:14 PM  

SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: ScaryBottles: SpacePirate: The EPA might have a human experimentation scandal on its hands and you champs are arguing about the dumbest shiat. Well played.

/herbal teabagger

You sound concerned.....

Its Breitbart. I think we'll be fine.

Nope. Someone on the internet said it, so it must be true. The sky is perpetually falling.

Nah, but here, have some other sources:
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-02/epa-failed-to-disclose-c an cer-risk-to-people-in-research-studies
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/02/watchdog-epa-human-test-s ub jects-not-always-told-about-lethal-risks-studies/

I don't know who would sign up to be a human guinea pig, but I think I'll keep my day job.

Look I'm gonna give you some earnest advice, one troll to another. Quoting shiat like Business Week and FOX News is only going to make people laugh at you. Citations are good but not when they come from biased sources.

*Scary puts trollololo cap back on*


Brah, so what's not biased? Maybe reuters? Most things have spin, you just have to look for common threads and facts.

[img.fark.net image 475x382]

My bad, here's another:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/report-epa-fails-disclose -r isks-human-tests-23164469

*Steals trollololo cap*

ABC News eh.... 50/50 but MSNBC. Their word isn't worth shiat CNN either.

Journalism truly sucks balls at the moment. I'm usually stuck in a Catch-22. I can either link to a biased MSM source and get called on it, or link to an alternative media source and get called on it.

It's a rough time to be an internet forum tough guy.


True true but on the plus side there is no middle ground anymore so whatever side you're on you have a lot more to work with.
 
2014-04-03 10:56:53 PM  

SpacePirate: My bad, here's another:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/report-epa-fails-disclose -r isks-human-tests-23164469


/sigh

FTA:  While diesel fumes include 19 potentially cancer-causing substances, an EPA manager said cancer risk was irrelevant because subjects were exposed for two-hour periods. Cancer typically develops over years of exposure.

The EPA agreed to disclose all risks on future consent forms. The agency was not found in violation of any law or regulation.

So test subjects were exposed to what you'd experience everyday in a major city during rush hour but because they neglected to list the "long term effects" due to it being very short-term exposure it's Tuskegee 2 Electric Boogaloo.
 
2014-04-03 11:48:22 PM  
They must've learned it from the Army.

http://www.armytimes.com/article/20121102/NEWS/211020309/Army-No-ris k- from-secret-St-Louis-tests

Haven't read the non-Breitbart articles yet but this was the first thing to pop in my head.
 
2014-04-04 12:10:45 AM  
OK, let me try.

The Herbal Tea Party is an astroturf movement of left wing radicals, funded by GEORGE SOROS! through a shadowy network of front groups with the aim of taking over the Democrat Party and pushing it far to the left.  Aims include the dictatorship of the global proletariat, abolishing traditional marriage in favor of teh ghey, an abortionplex in every major city and persecuting good Christians in the name of Allah and the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Maybe Glenn Beck was on to something?

lh3.ggpht.com
 
2014-04-04 12:29:12 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: OK, let me try.

The Herbal Tea Party is an astroturf movement of left wing radicals, funded by GEORGE SOROS! through a shadowy network of front trout groups with the aim of taking over the Democrat Party and pushing it far to the left.  Aims include the dictatorship of the global proletariat, abolishing traditional marriage in favor of teh ghey, an abortionplex in every major city and persecuting good Christians in the name of Allah and the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Maybe Glenn Beck was on to something?


Yeah he was freebasing the chalk dust.
 
2014-04-04 01:12:48 AM  

Serious Black: Lucky LaRue: Serious Black: Lucky LaRue: DarwiOdrade: Lucky LaRue: I like how the herbal teabaggers are completely ignoring the fact that the EPA didn't provide full disclosure and focusing on a Breitbart beat-down.  That's why I like you guys - your truly the intellectual elite.

OK - let's talk about pollutants and full disclosure change the subject. I'll go first:
Fracking companies won the right to keep secret the chemical cocktails they pump underground during shale gas drilling in North Carolina under a chemical disclosure rule approved Tuesday by the N.C. Mining and Energy Commission.

FTFY..

Okay. Let's suppose you're right that the EPA should be completely shut down for the argument stated in the headline. How does that argument not also apply to companies that willfully expose people to toxic pollutants without informing them of the risks?

Uh.. just because I think the EPA should be held accountable for what it does to people doesn't mean I am making an argument for it to be shut down.

Where do you guys come up with your assumptions?

That's what the headline says, that the EPA should be shut down. Regardless of that, the exact punishment is not important, so let me rephrase my question.

Let's suppose the EPA should be held accountable, whatever that entails, for willfully exposing people to toxic pollutants without informing them of the risks. How does that argument not also apply to companies that willfully expose people to toxic pollutants without informing them of the risks?


because freedom?
 
2014-04-04 09:22:30 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: WTF is an "herbal teabagger"?


Epic Fap Session: It's an insult on par with "honky" in its ability to offend or irritate.


Lucky LaRue: I am glad it offends


ts1.mm.bing.net
 
2014-04-04 11:43:57 AM  
Oil companies, frackers, etc pollute, but the pollution is an unintended byproduct of their production process.  They don't intend to hurt people.  They are trying to produce oil and gas, products consumers demand and use.  They pay penalties for the pollution.  They have lost lawsuits from people who have been harmed by them and paid them restitution.  There are health codes and restrictions and rules they are required to meet to stay in business.

The EPA here, backed by their official distinction and authority as part of our Federal government and at the approval of bureaucrats, paid for by our tax dollars intentionally mislead people with the sole purpose of harming them.  They intentionally sought to harm American citizens.

these two things are not the same.
 
2014-04-04 12:15:54 PM  

cman: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Lucky LaRue: Just because I find the radical left worthy if scorn and ridicule, doesn't mean I'm a conservative shill for the GOP. All it means is I find the intractablilty of herbal tea baggers as ridiculous as I find it in the tea baggers on the right.

You know, it's funny. I don't know when I marked you in my favorites, but "complete and utter 'both sides r bad' douche" was exactly the right label

Do you have me farkied? If so what is it under?


I have you farkied as 'saddest troll'


I mean, you tried when you first came here. Should I update you as 'mostly reformed?'

=^D

You seem like you a'ight, cman.
 
2014-04-04 12:26:12 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: So Breitbart is finally going to shut down?


I am sorry, i missed the part in the article where it said Breitbart works for the EPA now.

This thread is a fantastic illustration of how people can so blindly support their own side, they are willing to do and allow almost anything.  People are more interested in making the other side out to be equally as bad to justify what the EPA did than they are in condemning.  If you won't condemn this, if you are grasping at ways to justify this, like finding ways to make the guys on the side look worse, then if the EPA asked you to conduct this experiment yourself, you probably would.  You have conceded your morals to the cause.  You no longer have any.

Does anyone here think the people responsible for this should be fired?
 
2014-04-04 12:33:09 PM  

Rwa2play: DarwiOdrade: Lucky LaRue: I like how the herbal teabaggers are completely ignoring the fact that the EPA didn't provide full disclosure and focusing on a Breitbart beat-down.  That's why I like you guys - your truly the intellectual elite.

OK - let's talk about pollutants and full disclosure. I'll go first:
Fracking companies won the right to keep secret the chemical cocktails they pump underground during shale gas drilling in North Carolina under a chemical disclosure rule approved Tuesday by the N.C. Mining and Energy Commission.

That jabroni's still around?


Yay! Another jabroni user!
My son is 17, we've caught up on the series now and, well-
I want to buy them I think. (I never do that- buy a tv series)
But I digest...
I use jabroni, and it makes my son cringe. It's awesome.

So would that joke.

'...Hey kiddo! Come check out Fark for a minute!'

'Again?'
 
2014-04-04 12:45:29 PM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: So Breitbart is finally going to shut down?

I am sorry, i missed the part in the article where it said Breitbart works for the EPA now.

This thread is a fantastic illustration of how people can so blindly support their own side, they are willing to do and allow almost anything.  People are more interested in making the other side out to be equally as bad to justify what the EPA did than they are in condemning.  If you won't condemn this, if you are grasping at ways to justify this, like finding ways to make the guys on the side look worse, then if the EPA asked you to conduct this experiment yourself, you probably would.  You have conceded your morals to the cause.  You no longer have any.

Does anyone here think the people responsible for this should be fired?


You completely missed that the comment wasn't exactly serious, too

/but you go right ahead and use it to make your point
//whatever it is
 
2014-04-04 12:48:53 PM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: So Breitbart is finally going to shut down?

I am sorry, i missed the part in the article where it said Breitbart works for the EPA now.

This thread is a fantastic illustration of how people can so blindly support their own side, they are willing to do and allow almost anything.  People are more interested in making the other side out to be equally as bad to justify what the EPA did than they are in condemning.  If you won't condemn this, if you are grasping at ways to justify this, like finding ways to make the guys on the side look worse, then if the EPA asked you to conduct this experiment yourself, you probably would.  You have conceded your morals to the cause.  You no longer have any.

Does anyone here think the people responsible for this should be fired?


I would be all for replacing the staff.
But abolishment or cutting funding?
Fu(k no, fix old no new!

Or, if you replace the EPA with an equivalent, preferably one with much more control over what goes into the air, water and food from civilization.
Because I'm a dirty liberal.
 
2014-04-04 01:52:04 PM  

SlothB77: They don't intend to hurt people.They're basically indifferent to people except as revenue streams.


FTFY
 
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