HW) new version of Green Finned Demon for download

mike coleman insect.brain at GMAIL.COM
Sun Sep 18 18:57:48 EDT 2011

oh yeah, isnlt there a possible re-entering space junk threat just
about now.....

On 9/18/11, mike coleman <insect.brain at gmail.com> wrote:
> I heard some clear pictures of the human junk on the moon came back
> recently...
> that is so depressing :)
> Going to mars??  have we seen what's at the bottom of our own planet
> yet and threatened it directly??
> how bout those dwindling coral reefs
> On 9/18/11, Jonathan Jarrett <jjarrett at coriolis.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
>> On Fri, 16 Sep 2011, Jonathan Smith wrote:
>>> The cause seems OK to me, better than previous ideas about the Dalai
>>> Lama.
>>> You can have a look: http://www.seashepherd.org/uk/uk.html
>>  	I have done, in fact, but I also know a bit about this lot because
>> of a presentation a colleague who'd been studying them as part of a
>> politics dissertation gave a while back.
>>> There are a lot of charities out there, but anything that saves the
>>> cetaceans has to be good.
>>  	I am all for saving the cetaceans, don't get me wrong. But Sea
>> Shepherd are even more confrontational than Greenpeace in the eighties
>> (and arguably better at it). They are not, by themselves, going to stop
>> whaling, their aim is to keep it sufficiently high-profile that
>> governments act. It's government action, and enforcement of current
>> rules,
>> that's needed, and supporting Sea Shepherd seems to me a bit like paying
>> someone to go and break things so that everyone agrees we need more
>> police; it may well work, maybe it's even necessary but if it is then
>> there are much bigger things wrong. That's my issue with it; if they need
>> to exist, shouldn't we do something about *that*? But of coure maybe `we'
>> can't, whereas we can support this lot... and I go back and forth, which
>> is why I was asking if the music made a difference. Thanks for the
>> feedback on that too! Yours,
>>  			     Jon
>> --
>> "It's ridiculous, because everybody's coloured or you wouldn't be able
>>  	   to see them." (Captain Beefheart on racism, 1974)
>>     Jon Jarrett, Oxford, UK      jjarrett at chiark.greenend.org.uk

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