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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 19:51:33 (permalink)
What do you mean Americans? We have already established that it is all the Canadians fault.

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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 20:13:27 (permalink)
All fridges here are American-made
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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 20:17:57 (permalink)
All fridges here are American-made


Nuts! Good retort, darn it. But you don't have to plug them in. Yes, buy them, just don't use them. Keep us working! Besides, its cool enough now so you really don't have to plug them in.

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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 20:52:42 (permalink)
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The Earth is always going through it's natural cycles of climate changes! Example: El Nino can effect temperature changes with devastating results! Nature is a very powerful force, a massive Earthquake or volcano eruption has the potential to send us all into another ice-age (refrigerators will not be required).

There is no doubt humans are speeding up the cycle of Earth natural changes with the burning of fossil fuels, the destruction of forests, pollution and basically abusing our most precious resources such as water and land.

Sadly the worse effected will be in poorer countries where starvation will wipe out billions of people in this century!

 
 
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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 20:53:36 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: John

All fridges here are American-made


Nuts! Good retort, darn it. But you don't have to plug them in. Yes, buy them, just don't use them. Keep us working! Besides, its cool enough now so you really don't have to plug them in.


Think how much Canadian ice we could import for the ice box.

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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 20:57:41 (permalink)
There is no doubt humans are speeding up the cycle of Earth natural changes with the burning of fossil fuels, the destruction of forests, pollution and basically abusing our most precious resources such as water and land.

I always thought that humans were our most precious resource.

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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 21:04:46 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: John

There is no doubt humans are speeding up the cycle of Earth natural changes with the burning of fossil fuels, the destruction of forests, pollution and basically abusing our most precious resources such as water and land.

I always thought that humans were our most precious resource.

.....for humans and all life to survive because without those precious resources that are taken for granted we'll all die a horribly slow and painful death.

 
 
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RE: OT: Canadians & Global Warming 2007/11/30 21:14:57 (permalink)
.....for humans and all life to survive because without those precious resources that are taken for granted we'll all die a horribly slow and painful death.


Not me! I live in Michigan! We have lots of water and lots of trees too. Now if you live in a desert then, well, see ya!

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