Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

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Re: Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby BigJohn » 20 May 2012, 13:34

ChewDawg wrote:What do I do in real life? I run a peanut stand.


Now that I doubt.
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Re: Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby divea » 20 May 2012, 23:50

ChewDawg wrote:
divea wrote:
I am not baiting Chewy, I don't know him IRL and it really intrigues me, how he earns a loving.


You want to know how I earn a loving? :lol: You've got a really dirty mind! If I tell you my secrets, I may be suspended for crudeness. It has, as you know, happened in the past.

What do I do in real life? I run a peanut stand.

Loving :oops: :oops: Of all the people I could ask this question it had to be you :aiyo:

A peanut stand, cool. I'd trust you with selling peanuts, I really would, and I am happy you aren't doing anything worth criticizing! :thumbsup:
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Re: Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby BigJohn » 21 May 2012, 14:20

ChewDawg wrote: If I fail to sell more peanuts than I buy and make a profit, I go out of business after a few months.


Sell more peanuts than you buy? Sounds a bit Keynesian to me! Unless of course you are talking about peanut derivatives!
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Re: Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby finley » 24 May 2012, 19:31

Yep, sounds like he's selling peanut futures: potential peanuts that don't exist yet, but probably will.
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Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby headhonchoII » 24 May 2012, 19:59

For what it's worth I am also suspicious of international charities and NGO in general unless I see Bill Gates or someone of that stature involved.
Still its strange the vitriol the republican leaning thinkers aim at this sector in particular while ignoring lobbyists and military arms contractors.

Chewy has worked for the government himself and he has admitted he got paid well for the twice daily tea round.
Fred, I've got a feeling works for the govt too when he is not busy sucking on Chewy's peanuts.

I and many others here have only worked in the private sector but we still try to keep some objectivism in our arguments and form our opinions after the fact and not before them.
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Re: Hypocrisy Regarding Climate Change

Postby fred smith » 25 May 2012, 15:59

So what about the "facts" of the WWF do you think that I have not understood first before engaging in my diatribes?
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