Monday, August 30, 2004

And Now a Public Service Message.

(From time to time, in the interest of balance I will let a left wing group post to this blog. Here is a public service address from that group.)

A Public Service Address From:
People against People (PAP)

A call to action! Lets clear the air.

People cause the creation of a substance that is toxic and can in certain circumstances cause the death of, and in most circumstances the great discomfort of, people. Here is the silent but deadly killer:


It poses an immediate fire and explosion hazard when mixed with air at concentrations exceeding 5.0%. High concentrations that can cause rapid suffocation are within the flammable range and should not be entered. Symptoms include shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, incoordination, lethargy, headaches, nausea, vomiting, and disorientation. Continued lack of oxygen may result in convulsions, loss of consciousness and death. In high concentrations it may cause harm to an unborn child.

U.S. (human-caused) emissions totaled 28.8 million metric tons per year.

Human Methane! This situation stinks and cannot be held in anymore. Sure matches help but they pose a fire hazard. Big methane has blocked this information in order to generate more profits. We can no longer blame this on the dog. The only, sole possible single solution is for the federal government to designate the entire country a person free zone. We also call on the remaining countries of the world to drive this biohazard from the face of the earth so we don’t discomfort or kill other living creatures. Anything else is unacceptable.


Thank you.

Cire Ayomed, President of PAP

(Well, between protecting man-eating sharks, alligators, mountain lions, and wolves, it was just a matter of time before the left got to this point. To arms!. )


Blogger josh narins said...

So I suppose you've already heard that Merck knew Vioxx would triple your chance of heart attacks(OK, I'm not a doctor, maybe it tripled your chances of heart disease) back in 1996, but covered it up?


November 7, 2004 at 3:34 PM  

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