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  •  it figures. (5+ / 0-)
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    ybruti, gnbhull, mmacdDE, eigenlambda, JVolvo

    Coming from someone who has argued vociferously that vandalism by Black Bloc at Occupy protests is not violence, I'm not surprised.

    There seems to be a constellation of these attitudes in one segment of the left, and it does much to turn off the masses.

    As for me, I will happily drink pasteurized milk, from Clover Stornetta Dairies in Sonoma, who also do not use BGH on their cows.  Thankfully we have them as our major source for clean milk without BGH in the Bay Area.  (And when you drive up the highway in that area, you can see their cows lounging around in the pasture: no factory farming there.)

    I wouldn't drink unpasteurized milk even if I knew where it came from: too much risk in exchange for no apparent benefit.

    "Minus two votes for the Democrat" equals "plus one vote for the Republican." Arithmetic doesn't care about your feelings.

    by G2geek on Mon Mar 26, 2012 at 07:38:02 AM PDT

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    •  GOOD FOR YOU! (1+ / 0-)
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      I wouldn't drink unpasteurized milk even if I knew where it came from: too much risk in exchange for no apparent benefit.
      Would you like a cookie??
    •  yeah, believing in what you want to instead of (0+ / 0-)

      looking for the truth isn't just for conservatives.  Not only is it a disgrace to liberalism, but in matters of public health, it's dangerous.

      As the public health professionals at the CDC put it, pasteurization is one of the top 10 most important public health advances of the 20th century.

      Global warming is the inconvenient truth, nuclear power is the inconvenient alternative.

      by eigenlambda on Mon Mar 26, 2012 at 09:21:49 PM PDT

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