erica golter 05/18/2013 @ 2:53am
Oh- you wanted a solution? Well, let's see, legalize hemp for one. The largest crop to renutralize the soil and reverse the greenhouse effect. It can also replace major bug problems like cotton and crop rotation problems. What a thought.. And if that wasn't enough benefit- we could use 6% of our US soil to grow hemp and become completely independent from the rest of the world. You know Nothing about healthy plants. I'd bet you side on fracking too... what's the big deal about drilling into the earth's core to remove vital non-renewable liquids as our energy option? Forget the pollution, what do you think this does to our earth's tectonic platelets? And our entire Eco-system? Your Chemicals are destroying estuaries and drinking water. You have positioned a majority of the planet. And you're killing the bees!! If the bees die, we die. STOP BEING IGNORANT! What good is your dirty money if you have an extra arm growing out of your face? What's that you say? Agent Orange is safe? How do you sleep at night?
erica golter 05/18/2013 @ 2:47am
Remember that 4th grade science experiment you had where you put a stick of celery in a glass of cool-aid? What happened? Right, the celery turned the color of the cool-aid. Why? Because plants soak up liquids, including pesticides. You Can't Wash Off Pesticides. They Soak Into The Plant. Great job America. You're killing people.
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