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By Ivan Hentschel, May 22, 2008 at 7:24 am Link to this comment
Kind of reminds me of the bellicose politcian, who tells the people, “I’m going to free every one of you, if I have to kill you all to do it!”, or something like that.
On the other hand, we won’t have to worry about not be able to see the forest for the trees when we have neither.
By Dr. Knowitall, PhD, PhD, May 20, 2008 at 4:40 pm Link to this comment
And I don’t suppose the internet, in any way, takes its own toll on the environment. So, are we talking about hypocrisy? Are we talking about degrees of hypocrisy? Are we trying to establish a line before which hypocrisy is ok and beyond which it isn’t?
Hypocrisy is the fuel that runs our society. So, someone, please, please tell us: where is that line?
I want to be environmentally responsible by conserving fuel.
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