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Re: “Project Censored: The top 10 stories not brought to you by mainstream news media in 2009

Wow! Just Wow! I thought I was actually missing something. Turns out to be a rehash of Indy articles over the last year. Thanks for the review.....maybe next December you can run the Santa Clause abuses elves for fun and profit story. That would be better reading than this tripe.

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Posted by jwbikes on 12/24/2009 at 3:22 PM

Re: “New revelations about Three Mile Island disaster raise doubts over nuclear plant safety

I probably should not do this, but I am a bit concerned about the Thompson Family chops at TMI. I talked to my friends (4 of them) who were there. They don't remember either one of them. Women in nuclear power are pretty scarce. Odd that no one remembers her at a minimum. I wonder how much they actually did at the Island. Oh well, just more fear mongering tactics from the far left field.

Posted by jwbikes on 04/28/2009 at 3:38 PM

Re: “New revelations about Three Mile Island disaster raise doubts over nuclear plant safety

Hooray, Sue is back. Sadly singing the same tired tune. One would have thought she could find something interesting to write about. Instead she drags out the same tired argument against nuclear power. Luckily for her, all of her power is certified green, right?

Posted by jwbikes on 04/23/2009 at 5:14 PM

Re: “The hot zone

Blah, Blah, Blah This has been hashed, rehashed, studied, overstudied, WARNed about, yet we still hear the same message over and over and over. What about the good that Harris does? How about the contribution to the local economies? How about employing 500 people in south western Wake county? How about the electricity that it produces that allows you to post this to the Internet? Or turn on your lights? I suppose we could use all of the Hot Air produced by articles like this (over and over) to turn a nice sized wind turbine. THAT would be using renewable energy to produce electricity, and a lot of it.

Posted by jwbikes on 11/05/2007 at 12:48 PM

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