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Admit It, You’re Wrong About Everything

- by - January 5, 2013 - 00:10 America/New_York - 7 Comments

A lifelong activist progtard admits that his protests of genetically modified food was unscientific and ridiculous.

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  1. BigFurHat

    January 5th, 2013

    Now we need the global warmtards to wake up.

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  2. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    January 5th, 2013

    Wow. It must have burned his ass quite a bit to do that.

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  3. Ya sure

    January 5th, 2013

    “So I guess you’ll be wondering—what happened between 1995 and now that made me not only change my mind but come here and admit it? Well, the answer is fairly simple: I discovered science…”

    It would be SOMETHING to get each activist to admit to their personal deficits of education. For example, should anyone be discussing Energy policy if they never studied ANY physics ?!

    This dweeb DISCOVERED something late in life that others had known well much sooner.

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  4. Ya sure

    January 5th, 2013

    @BFH, the warmtards need not wake up, just shut up.

    And await prosecution. (in egregious cases like alGore)

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  5. conservative cowgirl

    January 5th, 2013

    Well, I have at least one teensy iota of respect for the recovering progtard for admitting he’s wrong. Unless he finds something else to be progtarded and misguided over.

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  6. not the droid you seek

    January 5th, 2013

    This is a minority opinion on conservative sites, but I’m going for it anyway. I am against splicing in genes from different species into our food sources. This isn’t selective breeding we’re talking about, it’s mixing species, sometimes even up to the kingdom level. There were only short-term studies run before they were added in.

    (By the way, I studied biochemisty, and did some of these experiments myself, but they were only intraspecies.)

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  7. AbigailAdams

    January 5th, 2013

    @notthedroidyouseek — I think I’m kinda with you on the food splicing; don’t really want a fish gene spliced onto a tomato. But I’m not against the heuristic benefit of research.

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