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So the fan who caught Barry Bonds' tainted record-breaking homerun was wearing a Mets jersey? How slightly strange. Speaking of slightly strange, we have a tornado warning in the New York area again. There was a time when this would have been very strange, but with number of these warnings (and a tornado or two) in the past few years, it's less of an unusual situation than it used to be.

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26. Re: RE: Sunscreen Aug 8, 2007, 21:10 Cutter
The guy's a paranoid kook that provides no empircal data whatsoever.

If sunlight is so dangerous, then why is virtually every living creature on planet Earth dependent on sunlight for survival? Plants use sunlight to generate their nutrition, too, and most animals eat either plants or other animals that originally ate plants. Nearly all life on planet Earth is powered by sunlight. Why does the cancer industry believe sunlight causes death when, in reality, sunlight delivers life?

Um, maybe because the fucking ozone is disappearing? You know, that stuff that helped to filter and diffuse harmful UV rays. The ones that CAUSE FUCKING CANCER! Holy hopping Jesus on a pogostick, learn to reason critically.

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