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  1. #81
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/1...ZN0HrM.twitter

    "The Independent newspaper reports that there is a notice in the cafeteria of the Monsanto pharmaceutical factory is High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, advising customers "as far as practicable, GM soya and maize (has been removed) from all food products served in our restaurant. We have taken the steps to ensure that you, the customer, can feel confident in the food we serve."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plover View Post
    I'm going to have to call bs on these. Back to the topic..

    We probably all agree that providing labels on GMO food should be our right as a consumer and if Monsanto is lobbying so hard to fight this they may have something to hide.

    The more we buy organic food and food labeled no gmo we are increasing the demand and it will become more readily available.

    Food for thought...

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli...icle-1.1352178
    That's good news.

    As far as US supporting Al Qeada, I wish it was BS. The US is supporting Syrian rebels. Those same rebels are burning down Christian churches and mosques. Also beheading Christians. It's only time that we learn about the ties between these rebels and Al Qeada. Remember the US created Al Qeada in the 80's to fight The Russian invasion of Afganistan.

    http://forum.nationstates.net/viewto...?f=20&t=218513

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/15/wo...nted=all&_r=1&

    http://newsdeskinternational.wordpre...-war-in-syria/

    http://abcnews.go.com/m/blogEntry?id...lient%3Dsafari

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/1...ZN0HrM.twitter

    "The Independent newspaper reports that there is a notice in the cafeteria of the Monsanto pharmaceutical factory is High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, advising customers "as far as practicable, GM soya and maize (has been removed) from all food products served in our restaurant. We have taken the steps to ensure that you, the customer, can feel confident in the food we serve."
    Heard that one. Also heard that the food is organic too. Our politicians support Monsanto, and big Agra, but they eat and drink only the purest food and water. F**kn sum age.

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    a very informative documentary on GMO's that was just made public for free viewing. if you still have any doubts on GMO'S not being harmful, watch this doc.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUd9rRSLY4A

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.... Go to 1:16:30!!! Nuff said. Obviously a very credible documentary, it has a rap performed by a middle aged white dude. Funniest thing I've seen in a long time.

    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    a very informative documentary on GMO's that was just made public for free viewing. if you still have any doubts on GMO'S not being harmful, watch this doc.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUd9rRSLY4A

  6. #86
    http://www.pacc-news.com/5-2-12/heart_ingram5_2_12.html

    "APRIL 27, 2012, APPLE RIVER, IL – The little town of Apple River in northeast Jo Daviess County, Illinois is the hometown of a big man - Terrence Ingram. Though not big in a physical sense, when it comes to saving the American Bald Eagle, there is hardly anyone in the United States held in higher regard than Ingram. His years of documented research and expertise regarding eagles and the work of the Eagle Nature Foundation, founded by Ingram, is in great part responsible for the bald eagle being removed from the “Threatened Species List “ in the United States.

    Unfortunately, it was not his knowledge of eagles that the Illinois Department of Agriculture sought when they paid an unannounced visit to his home in March. It was his bees.

    In the March 21, 2012 issue, The Prairie Advocate published a news release from Ingram that reported the theft of $5000 of his bees and bee hives on March 14. Ingram said that before they had left for their granddaughter’s wedding in Texas, the hives had been cleaned and made ready for new spring swarms."

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    http://www.pacc-news.com/5-2-12/heart_ingram5_2_12.html

    "APRIL 27, 2012, APPLE RIVER, IL – The little town of Apple River in northeast Jo Daviess County, Illinois is the hometown of a big man - Terrence Ingram. Though not big in a physical sense, when it comes to saving the American Bald Eagle, there is hardly anyone in the United States held in higher regard than Ingram. His years of documented research and expertise regarding eagles and the work of the Eagle Nature Foundation, founded by Ingram, is in great part responsible for the bald eagle being removed from the “Threatened Species List “ in the United States.

    Unfortunately, it was not his knowledge of eagles that the Illinois Department of Agriculture sought when they paid an unannounced visit to his home in March. It was his bees.

    In the March 21, 2012 issue, The Prairie Advocate published a news release from Ingram that reported the theft of $5000 of his bees and bee hives on March 14. Ingram said that before they had left for their granddaughter’s wedding in Texas, the hives had been cleaned and made ready for new spring swarms."
    Hide ya kids, hide ya wife, and hide ya bees...

    I honestly didn't know you could steal bees.

  8. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    Hide ya kids, hide ya wife, and hide ya bees...

    I honestly didn't know you could steal bees.
    If you're brave and fast you can.

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  10. I choose not to buy GM food, and I do my best to support local agriculture. There is a thousand legitimate reasons why I don't eat GM food, and just a few of them are that the crops, in many cases, are modified to resist pesticide use that could wipe out entire species of insects, which in turn could lead to other species and eventually, over a lengthy period of time, affect us directly without consumption of the crops we are growing. Not to mention those pesticides are covering the food you and I eat every day.

    its all about sustainability, for the human kind, and the animal kingdom. balance is the only way.