Thanks for further spreading the anti-GMO's propaganda machine. Monsanto does not sue for accidental cross-pollination. The whole premise of your argument is based on misinformation. Think about it, you just exemplified why they don't want label put on the foods. All the misinformation out there about GMOs would sway people away from those products when they are perfectly safe. Monsanto and others are just trying to protect themselves and their customers (farmers). The whole "if its safe why not label it?" line is naive and is hiding the true motives of anti-GMO activits, which is to ban GMOs altogether.
Welcome to Humboldt County, 2011.
All answers have already been arrived at by anyone on any side, so there's no need to think. Don't harsh our mellows.
...and let's be real, when they say "And if he doesn’t act by Monday, both animals could go up for adoption" really, genuinely and in all actuality means both dogs will be killed but only after suffering lonely confinement at everybody's expense.
Contrary to what the shelter rep says, their compassion actually stops the minute your animal is in their kennel. "Please can I have my dog back, I'm genuinely broke" gets you a blank look of disconcern. Now the guy is in jail as well as his animals on our dime...just what we all need!
The authorities need to stop having pissing contests with everybody and let this guy and his dogs go. SIMPLE AS THAT. Bring back the "serve and protect" aspect of the authorities, who only seem to excercise "serve you fines and protect the cold, apathetic letter of the law." They're like referee robots who only give penalties.
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Aug 14, 2014
vol XXV issue 33
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