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World Population

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Jun 11, 2014. 29 Replies

While reading a fictional action/adventure book the other day, one of the characters made the following statement(s) to the WHO (World Health Organization):"It took the earth's population thousands…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Sauer Jul 31, 2013. 4 Replies

Hey Guys.. anyone remember the movie 'The Scent of a Woman'?  If so, remember his reference to Bay Rum (Rhum) Cologne / After Shave? I been trying to locate the real stuff and after scanning…Continue

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Regular Joe replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"I don't think most people are pro population control . . . but, since that's the case, most of us should be pro sustainable development and pro environment and resource protection. "
Jun 11, 2014
Pale Horse replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"No, that was at Richard, but he deleted his comment..."
Jun 11, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Agreed."
Jun 11, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Is that comment directed at me? And which bourgeois friend do you think I count myself with? "
Jun 11, 2014
Jason Steven Ristevski replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Soylent Green"
Jun 11, 2014
Wayne replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Why pump iron when you can do cock push ups on a bean bag chair eating Cheetos."
Jun 11, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"On that note, anyone who agrees with population controls is to off themselves... you know... for the sake of humanity."
Jun 11, 2014
Michael D. Denny replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Oh what an unmitigated load of horsecrap garbage.   Naysayers, wussies and weirdos' have been crying about population wiping out our resources since the beginning. "
Jun 10, 2014
Brad Williams replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"I'm with you on this, Michael. I chose not to father any children and have had a vasectomy.  Though overpopulation is a small contributing reason, the main and real active reason, I admit, is a personal lifestyle choice.  Surfing,…"
Jun 10, 2014
Pale Horse replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"From the OP: "do we not own it to mankind itself" I lost respect for your opinions when you started counting yourself with our bourgeoisie friend. Now I see it is justified."
Jun 10, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"And, stopping responsible men from raising responsible children -- as population compensation for irresponsible 'wild-oat-sowers' -- leaves the world to be inherited by the fatherless.  Hardly a moral…"
Jun 10, 2014
Zach replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Good luck explaining to the wild oat sowers of the world that they're being a drain on resources. It doesn't really matter If you convince a sizable chunk of the population to follow your lead. More begets more and good luck stopping…"
Jun 10, 2014
Will replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"I think, OP, you're imagining that we're all like the men in your acquaintances that you describe as bragging about being baby daddies (!).  I am very willing to believe such men exist.   I don't know any. "
Jun 10, 2014
Pale Horse replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"This shows us a valuable lesson on reproduction-- don't do it within your family."
Jun 10, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"Didn't sound that way to me.   He complained about people bragging about kids "both in and out of wedlock".  And, he noted that "we owe it to mankind to consider what we're doing to the earth's resources [...]…"
Jun 10, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Michael Sauer's discussion World Population
"It sounds like Michael is speaking more about having kids outside of wedlock or committed relationships and treating them as proof of manhood whereas most other participants in this discussion are speaking more about having kids (or not) within…"
Jun 10, 2014

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