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Where are the environmentalists when you need them?
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Filthy India

More proof that 99% of environmental problems are not caused by the West.
The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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#2
As the late Julian Simon has always stated, the best way to get rid of over population, filth, and pollution, is to promote wealth creation. Societies, which are poor, are not interested in a clean environment. They have other more pressing issues, such as just staying alive on a daily basis.

Until societies promote Free Enterprise, and throw out Collectivism and corruption, they will never get ahead.
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#3
I wasn't expecting THAT!

Whoo. I guess the floating dead bodies have a religious significance such that they cannot treat them like we would. Unbelievable. It's difficult for me to see how Indians have prospered numerically as they have with those living conditions.

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#4
A large percentage of our food is processed in India. Scary isn't it?
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#5
Didn't know that either.
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#6
You ought to see some of the stuff I learned to eat in Korea, or Japan. Fortunately in Korea, everything uses garlic as its base. And garlic will kill just about anything.

My entire year in Korea, I never once saw a Korean with a cold. I'm serious; never! All that garlic kills the bug before it gets a chance to get started.

But India? Ugggghh! I'm glad I never spent any time in that human sewer.
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I ate raw fish in Korea and paid the price for it several months later.
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#8
Took them that long to catch up to you with the bill you ducked out on?
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(11-18-2011, 07:26 PM)WarBicycle Wrote: I ate raw fish in Korea and paid the price for it several months later.

Sounds like you are getting Japan mixed up with Korea. S13

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(11-18-2011, 08:47 PM)Huh...What? Wrote: Took them that long to catch up to you with the bill you ducked out on?

Had two Tae Kwon Do instructors show up at my house demanding I pay my 20 dollar bill.

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(11-18-2011, 10:05 PM)John L Wrote:
(11-18-2011, 07:26 PM)WarBicycle Wrote: I ate raw fish in Korea and paid the price for it several months later.

Sounds like you are getting Japan mixed up with Korea. S13


Korea also has raw fish dishes but they are sliced really thin and served with a really spicy sauce. Perhaps the purpose of the spicy sauce is to kill the worms that may be lurking.


The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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#12
Life is clearly very primitive in Indian slums. I wonder what the murder rate is. Even with the vast overcrowding and filth, some ecological balance has evidently been reached. No mass deaths or plagues have occurred there in my memory. What percent vote? What percent are literate?
Jefferson: I place economy among the first and important virtues, and public debt as the greatest of dangers. To preserve our independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our choice between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude. If we can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of caring for them, they will be happy.
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