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  •  That makes the injunction even more nonsensical. (1+ / 0-)
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    The situation in question has no parallel of your hypothetical 200-year redwood. Shell isn't doing anything they can't just try to do again. The oil will still be there.

    "What could BPossibly go wrong??" -RLMiller "God is just pretend." - eru

    by nosleep4u on Tue Jun 18, 2013 at 01:17:08 PM PDT

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    •  The problem isn't that the oil is going (3+ / 0-)
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      to be destroyed/disappear, its the risk to people and property that comes along with GP attempting to forcibly board a ship in the middle of the Arctic Ocean.  No one is pretending the oil is going to dry up.  

      •  As if there are no risks in the activities (0+ / 0-)

        In which Shell is engaging, only the protesters? You see how sick and twisted that is? And yet it makes perfect sense in the non-sensical established culture of commerce and justice the plutocracy has created to protect itself from sane consideration or redress.

        Add the median effective tax rate, healthcare costs (20%?), education costs, and other things guaranteed in Denmark & Sweden, we pay MORE for LESS. Somebody's gotta pay the billionaires. They don't grow on trees. ☮ ♥ ☺

        by Words In Action on Tue Jun 18, 2013 at 03:55:13 PM PDT

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