Life Duty Death

Dave Bradford davebrad at
Tue Sep 12 18:02:38 EST 1995

jbask1 at (Joseph Askew) wrote:
>In article <Pine.SUN.3.91.950911091204.3572D-100000 at Ra.MsState.Edu> "Marty G. Price" <mprice at Ra.MsState.Edu> writes:
>>> You go off and play your silly little game then. I'll
>>> go on living my life as I please. We will see who is
>>> right in the end.
>>As a believer in Karma, I will tell you the First Law of Karma is "You
>>must live in the world you create."
>Fine. I actually speak Chinese and I will tell you there
>is no such thing as the First Law of Karma but why let
>the truth get in the way of your other delusions?
>>That means that actions have consequences, simple earthly consequences,
>>that you must live with.  If you murder your mother, you must live
>>motherless.  If you destroy the Earth that sustains us, you must live on
>>an increasingly inhospitable planet.
>Fine. Not that I will. Or can. The Earth is going to be
>here full of happy little humans for a long time to come.
>All buying MacDonald's and watching Cable TV. Deal with it.
>>As a believer in the interdependence of all things (which means I know a
>>little science, which is *much* more than you know) I know I and my
>>children must also live in the world you help create.
>Fine. Lucky for you I'm not trying to ruin your life
>like you are trying to ruin mine.
>>No, I will not let you go off and play *your* silly game.  I and my
>>children do not wish to suffer the consequences of your actions.  I
>>refuse to have my planet destroyed by someone who appears to have flunked
>>Biology I.
>I didn't flunk Biology I actually. I got a Conceded Pass.
>>Pollution does not go away the day we stop producing it; it remains to
>>plague us for years (or decades, or centuries, depending on the type of
>>pollution).  Fish do not regenerate when we have killed off the breeding
>>stock.  Those are LOGICAL CONSEQUENCES to irresponsible actions.
>Pollution is not a real problem. We couldn't kill all the
>fish breeding stocks if we tried. Do get a life.
>Nice to see the incipent fascism of the Green movement
>so opne and public though. After all what are you going
>to do - shoot me if I keep disagreeing with you?
How sad.  I can't comprehend, really,  how someone can adopt
such a  "ME FIRST" attitude.  But then, again, who am I?

Peace and Love
Dave Bradford
davebrad at

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