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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/16/2018 11:26 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/16/2018 12:18 PM
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Governor Brown Closes Global Climate Action Summit: “We’re Launching Our Own Damn Satellite”

San Francisco, CA...In closing remarks at the Global Climate Action Summit, California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced that the State of California is teaming up with San Francisco-based Earth imaging company Planet Labs (Planet) to develop and eventually launch a satellite that will track climate change-causing pollutants with unprecedented precision and help the world dramatically reduce these destructive emissions. “With science still under attack and the climate threat growing, we’re launching our own damn satellite,” said Governor Brown. “This groundbreaking initiative will help governments, businesses and landowners pinpoint – and stop – destructive emissions with unprecedented precision, on a scale that’s never been done before.”





Planet, which was founded by ex-NASA scientists in 2010, operates the world’s largest constellation of satellites in history. In the last two years, Planet has launched over 150 Earth-imaging satellites, manufactured in San Francisco, helping customers in agriculture, government, mapping, NGOs and in other markets to make better decisions. Its robust aerospace and data processing infrastructure, innovative technology and engineering and scientific expertise will be utilized to develop and operate the new satellite, with the possibility of launching additional satellites in the future as part of this initiative.

“Planet is honored to work closely with the State of California to understand how advanced satellite technology can enhance our ability to measure, monitor, and ultimately mitigate the impacts of climate change,” said Robbie Schingler, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Planet. “As a mission-driven commercial company, one of the greatest impacts Planet can make is turning technological breakthroughs and data into tools that benefit the planet while encouraging the growth of business.”

The State of California, through the California Air Resources Board, is developing and refining the technology needed to make this initiative possible with Planet and other stakeholders. Planet will manage the mission operations and collaborate with the State of California and others on funding this groundbreaking effort.

This satellite will be capable of detecting the “point source” of climate pollutants, including super pollutants which have more potent heat-trapping effects, but remain in the atmosphere for a shorter time than carbon dioxide. Reducing these pollutants can have an immediate and beneficial impact.

The State of California and Planet are committed to making environmentally-related satellite data available to the public and will work in partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) — and others with complementary projects — to establish a new Climate Data Partnership. EDF is uniquely positioned as a partner having announced its own distinct and complementary project, MethaneSAT, in April. The Climate Data Partnership will serve as a common platform for reporting data from these, and other, satellite systems studying climate variables and the earth’s atmosphere. This data sharing will enable governments, businesses, landowners and others to pursue more targeted mitigation measures worldwide. These efforts are part of a strategy that has the potential to deliver global emission reductions equivalent to 1,000 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually — or removing 200 million vehicles from roads every year.

“This new initiative is a critical part of Governor Brown’s bold commitment to harness leading edge technology in the fight against climate change,” said EDF President Fred Krupp. “These satellite technologies are part of a new era of environmental innovation that is supercharging our ability to solve problems. They won’t cut emissions by themselves, but they will make invisible pollution visible and generate the transparent, actionable, data we need to protect our health, our environment and our economies.”

Initial funding of this project has been provided by Dee and Richard Lawrence and OIF, as well as The Jeremy and Hannelore Grantham Environmental Trust.

“If what gets measured, gets managed, part of the problem is that we cannot attribute specific climate pollutants to specific sources,” said Richard Lawrence of OIF and Jeremy Grantham, Trustee of The Jeremy and Hannelore Grantham Environmental Trust. “We are proud to have played a role to use philanthropy as a tool to partner with government and the private sector to give the world real time greenhouse gas emissions at the very low cost that only satellites can provide.”

Additional scientific, business and philanthropic partners are expected to join this initiative in the months ahead and the State of California and Planet will serve as the conveners of all parties.

This announcement comes nearly two years after Governor Brown told thousands of scientists gathered at the Moscone Center – the same venue hosting the Global Climate Action Summit – that “California will launch its own damn satellite” and will continue pursuing “honest, independent science,” following reports of potential cuts to federal satellite and climate monitoring programs.

“The time has never been more urgent or your work never more important,” said Governor Brown in that 2016 speech at the American Geophysical Union’s annual fall meeting. “We’ve got the scientists, we’ve got the universities, we have the national labs and we have the political clout and sophistication for the battle – and we will persevere. Have no doubt about that.”

Governor Brown’s announcement came on the heels of a call to global climate action presented at the plenary, urging national governments to increase climate ambition, develop mid-century emissions plans and support climate leadership at the local and regional level.

Yesterday, Governor Brown signed a raft of measures to promote zero-emission vehicles and reduce carbon emissions; released a new report quantifying non-federal climate action in the U.S. with fellow Summit co-chair and America’s Pledge co-founder Michael Bloomberg; joined fellow U.S. Climate Alliance governors to announce a range of new commitments; met with Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna, Mexico’s Deputy Minister for International Affairs Enrique Lendo Fuentes and U.S. Climate Alliance governors to advance a framework for ambitious climate action across North America; and participated in a ministerial dialogue with heads of state and international climate leaders, including European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete. Governor Brown and Commissioner Cañete also reiterated their commitment to greater alignment of California and EU carbon markets.

On Wednesday, Governor Brown welcomed China’s delegation to the Summit, signing an agreement to enhance climate and clean energy cooperation, meeting with the Vice Governor of Jiangsu Province and joining leaders, including former Vice President Al Gore and China’s Special Representative for Climate Change Minister Xie Zhenhua, for a U.S.-China subnational climate dialogue. Governor Brown also addressed the Under2 Coalition General Assembly and joined a signing ceremony for 16 new members; participated in an event to support the Talanoa Dialogue, led by the Prime Minister of Fiji Frank Bainimarama; and met with C40 Steering Committee members at San Francisco City Hall. On Tuesday, the Governor highlighted the importance of California’s landmark cap-and-trade program at an event co-hosted by the by the European Commission, Canada and California, during which he blasted the Trump Administration’s proposal to roll back methane regulation; held discussions with Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force members and indigenous community leaders; and delivered remarks at the National Governors Association’s Water Policy Institute conference.

Earlier this week, Governor Brown signed legislation setting a 100 percent clean electricity goal for the state, and issued an executive order establishing a new target to achieve carbon neutrality – both by 2045. Late last week, Governor Brown also signed legislation to block new federal offshore oil drilling along California’s coast and announced the state’s opposition to the federal government’s plan to expand oil drilling on public lands in California.

California’s Leadership on Climate Change

California continues to lead the world in adopting innovative policies to fight climate change. Last week, the Governor issued an executive order to safeguard California’s unique plants, animals and ecosystems that are threatened by climate change and last month, the state released its Fourth Climate Change Assessment, which details new research on the impacts of climate change and provides planning tools to support the state’s response.

Earlier this year Governor Brown issued executive orders to improve the health of the state’s forests and help mitigate the threat and impacts of wildfire, and get 5 million zero-emission vehicles onto California’s roads by 2030. Last year, the Governor signed landmark legislation to extend and strengthen the state’s cap-and-trade program and create a groundbreaking program to measure and combat air pollution at the neighborhood level.

Under Governor Brown, California has established the most ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets in North America; set the nation’s toughest restrictions on destructive super pollutants; and will reduce fossil fuel consumption up to 50 percent and double the rate of energy efficiency savings in buildings by 2030. The state has met its 2020 target four years early, reducing emissions 13 percent while growing the economy 26 percent. From 2015 to 2016 alone, emissions reductions were roughly equal to taking 2.4 million cars off the road, saving 1.5 billion gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel.

In addition, Governor Brown has helped establish and expand coalitions of partners across the nation and globe committed to curbing carbon pollution, including the Under2 Coalition, which this week grew to include 222 total jurisdictions on 6 continents, representing more than 1.3 billion people and $34 trillion in GDP – equivalent to 17 percent of the global population and 43 percent of the global economy. Members of the coalition make a number of key commitments, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to 80 to 95 percent below 1990 levels or to less than 2 annual metric tons per capita by 2050.

California and 17 other states collectively representing more than 40 percent of the U.S. car market sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency earlier this year to preserve the nation’s uniform vehicle emission standards that save drivers money at the pump, cut oil consumption, reduce air pollution and curb greenhouse gases.

Photo Credit: John Larimore, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. For high resolution copies of these photos, please contact Danella Debel, Office of the Governor, at Danella.Debel@gov.ca.gov.

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Start with the Basics!!!
Posted on: 2018-09-16 12:07:17   By: Anonymous
 
One large forest fire emits more Co2 than all the cars in CA for a year. You idiots are wasting billions and taking away freedoms and ignoring the elephant in the room.

So they let overgrown mismanaged forests burn and quibble over CAFE standards. Idiots

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    Re: Start with the Basics!!!
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 12:41:41   By: Anonymous
     
    Agree. They are all idiots. This expense in addition to the train to no where. Can't wait for him to leave. Hope Cox gets elected. California is doomed. I would leave if it weren't for my kids and grandkids.

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      Re: Start with the Basics!!!
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 13:07:20   By: Anonymous
       
      Love Jerry Brown

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        Re: Start with the Basics!!!
        Posted on: 2018-09-16 13:07:46   By: Anonymous
         
        Amazing

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          Re: Start with the Basics!!!
          Posted on: 2018-09-17 21:42:53   By: Anonymous
           
          Gerry looks like Mussolini giving a speech. Amazing Similarity.

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        Re: Start with the Basics!!!
        Posted on: 2018-09-16 13:42:31   By: Anonymous
         
        Love jerry brown, you must be gavin newsom’s boyfriend!! Brown is like Obama, screw the next person to take office!!! Self centered egotistical idiot is understated. Cox for governor or bust, case closed...

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          Re: Start with the Basics!!!
          Posted on: 2018-09-16 17:41:41   By: Anonymous
           
          Only a Trumptard would vote for Cox
          You can suck both
          Brown has saved Ca

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        Re: Start with the Basics!!!
        Posted on: 2018-09-16 22:09:55   By: Anonymous
         
        Really gay tie.

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      Re: Start with the Basics!!!
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 15:51:08   By: Anonymous
       
      Go ahead and leave California, your kids and grandkids will be better off without you here.

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    Re: Start with the Basics!!!
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 14:49:49   By: Anonymous
     
    the only climate change is all of the hot air that comes out of the mouth of each and every politician and each and every one of their slathering groupies.

    that is the only climate change there ever has been since politics really established itself in our society

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      Re: Start with the Basics!!!
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 15:04:17   By: Anonymous
       
      Gloop?

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      Re: Start with the Basics!!!
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:56:04   By: Anonymous
       
      Perhaps you need to visit Alaska or the Poles and see the ice shelving breaking away. Or note the temperature changes in the oceans that are changing everything from species health to weather.

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    Re: Start with the Basics!!!
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 04:55:57   By: Anonymous
     
    total waste of money boot that idiot out of office now. in fact boot all of them out of office now and start from scratch.

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    Re: Start with the Basics!!!
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:54:35   By: Anonymous
     
    It all needs addressing. Thank God we're taking the lead before the tipping point is reached and there's no going back on saving our planet - or has it?

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Jerry Brown: A True Leader
Posted on: 2018-09-16 13:11:22   By: Anonymous
 
As the saying goes, "Lead, Follow or get out of the way". Jerry is definitely leading us to a more sustainable, habitable climate. Now, if he could only get it together when it comes to fracking.

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    Re: Jerry Clown: A True Nutcase
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 13:42:25   By: Anonymous
     
    Jerry Clown is Big Oil best friend , just signed over 200 drill permits last month . Dummycrats are being played as always .

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    Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 14:07:12   By: Anonymous
     
    False energy shortages of the past were created by power companies (black/brown outs.) The electric companies quickly built power plants all over our state to burn natural gas. Those power plants are what is causing the constant haze of pollution to the California Foothills and Mountains and should be shut down. We have so much solar and wind power it is sold to other states, and more comes on line everyday.

    Wonder if readings from the new satellite will provide the facts and then California Foothill and Mountain communities can sue the power companies to help the health of the people.

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      Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 14:48:11   By: Anonymous
       
      Satellite views will show Climate Change Is Real
      So many (Drumph) and his fossil fuel pals deny it - stupidity, ignorance.

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        Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
        Posted on: 2018-09-16 14:50:43   By: Anonymous
         
        May God help this state. Its run by idiots who are followed by sheep.

        As Cali burns this idiot tells you he is going to tax you more for his train/satellite or free needles. Brilliant!



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          More From Dump's Best People
          Posted on: 2018-09-16 15:06:25   By: Anonymous
           
          Brock Long, Dump's FEMA head also under investigation for improper use of FEMA equipment.

          Dump and his dumaz idiots show stupidity again.

          FEMA administrator Brock Long has an interesting explanation as to why new studies have found that more than 65 Puerto Ricans died due to Hurricane Maria.

          In a "Meet the Press" interview on Sunday, Long told host Chuck Todd that the studies counted hundreds, if not thousands of deaths that were indirectly caused by Maria, such as deaths from heart attacks or spousal abuse.

          “You might see more deaths indirectly as time goes on," Long said. "Spousal abuse goes through the roof. You can’t blame spousal abuse after a disaster on anyone.”

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            Re: More From Dump's Best People
            Posted on: 2018-09-16 15:57:30   By: Anonymous
             
            NOTHING screams louder about caring when it comes to climate change is owning a SECOND home in the mountains.

            Hypocritical liberal idiots.

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              Re: More From Dump's Best People
              Posted on: 2018-09-17 05:14:46   By: Anonymous
               
              You sound like the typical Trump supporter, uneducated white boy with a lousy job.

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                Re: More From Dump's Best People
                Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:58:44   By: Anonymous
                 
                Yes, and I think he means hypercritical too.

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                Re: More From Dump's Best People
                Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:59:34   By: Anonymous
                 
                How much you want to bet he makes a living remodeling those vacation homes or clearing their lots?

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          Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
          Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:57:52   By: Anonymous
           
          It might not apply to you but the highways are running out of space and workers have no affordable places to live in the Bay area - where the jobs are for those with the right skill sets. It's really the only smart plan to maintain workers and give them homes toward the Central Valley and south.

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      Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 18:34:43   By: Anonymous
       
      "False energy shortages of the past were created by power companies (black/brown outs.)"

      So whatcha gonna do when it rains for months causing catastrophic floods all created by "climate change"?

      Load up on AAA batteries?

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        Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
        Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:40:14   By: Anonymous
         
        Hydo, wind, wave, and yes maybe batteries. Duhhhhhh.

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          Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
          Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:01:50   By: Anonymous
           
          Because that is working so well for North Carolina post Florence, lol.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: A True Leader
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 00:16:28   By: Anonymous
     
    I like coal a lot.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-09-16 17:26:14   By: Anonymous
 
Do Fi, Nancy, and many others have no problem flying from Washington D.C. To the Bay Area every weekend, not to mention everyone else that flies constantly! We are expected to walk, while the privileged fly around like their planes don't cause pollution! When the satellite fails, I hope Jerry and his dopey friends are totally transparent with the rest of us Deplorables!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-09-16 17:31:10   By: Anonymous
 
What does Jerry and Bloomberg have in mind for the billions of third world people that are more concerned with finding clean water, and their next meal? This guy is more than a joke! He can blow this fear mongering around the civilized world, but the bottom line is that the so called undeveloped world could care less about his bull *bleep* views!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:00:49   By: Anonymous
     
    For starters, climate change is changing their topography and availability of one plentiful resources as well.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:02:30   By: Anonymous
       
      (once plentiful resources)

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:03:56   By: Anonymous
     
    I don't suppose you know anyone who works in world relief organizations, do you? They understand this is a global issue and we are all affected.

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One Angry Simple Minded Man
Posted on: 2018-09-16 18:26:35   By: Anonymous
 
JB is One Angry Simple Minded Man leading the angry simple minded libiots.

I'm sure Uncle Jerry's Magic Choo Choo will solve all climate change issues while California's once beautiful forests. oak woodlands and chaparral burns into oblivion because they can't be managed properly because of a bunch of out of control Green Meanies hellbent on destroying the forests in the name of conservation.

Want more stupidity? Vote Gayvin and de Lean On

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    Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 19:02:15   By: Anonymous
     
    Let's just burn this bitch- EARTH up.
    No working to reduce the cause, just deny it it happening.

    Ever think maybe the people driving to their 2nd home drive an ecar charged with solar on their roof?
    They probably have solar on their roof at the 2nd home too.
    Thinking out of the box is hard for some...

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      Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 07:55:46   By: Anonymous
       
      As a contractor that has a successful business and works year round I have yet to see ONE home in Arnold with solar power.

      I also liked the comment about green people owning two homes.

      We make it a POINT to laugh when we see the coexist stickers, and other obvious liberal tidings on people.
      And a added 20% charge to their bill. But they pay it.

      Go home liberals, sell your mountain houses and stay in the city where people like you!

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        Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
        Posted on: 2018-09-17 09:14:03   By: Anonymous
         
        I'll agree that owning a second home adds a little to global warming because people drive to get to their second home and they keep the home heated enough in winter to avoid the pipes freezing. But these things are pretty small. If they didn't own a second home, they'd probably drive somewhere else on vacation. So that part is probably a wash.

        Now let's consider the good these second home owners do for us. They pay property taxes that are a big help to the county budget without using as much county services as the FT residents. We don't have to school their kids, for example, and they don't use our roads as much. They pay the basic bimonthly water charge without using much water. They employ local contractors for maintenance and repairs. They buy food locally (Big Trees market is crowded on summer weekends) and eat out locally. Same with local shops. Arnold is pretty dead as it is but it would be completely dead without the second home owners.

        Basically, the second home owners are subsidizing the full time residents. It is like a welfare program paid for by "flatlanders" to allow Calaveras County residents to live here full time. Second home owners help pay for our schools, roads, etc. We owe them a "Thank You."

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          Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
          Posted on: 2018-09-17 11:49:44   By: Anonymous
           
          That is not a plus to thank anyone for. Our area is now more crowded with more crime, litter and felons. There is also a shortage of rentals for younger families who live and work here. Empty homes with false alarms going off fill the Sherrif's log every day, costing wasted law enforcement we need on the streets!

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            Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
            Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:09:42   By: Anonymous
             
            Still, your first comment moots your argument. If not for the second home owners, you wouldn't have a job nor would many others whether it be directly tied to construction, secondary suppliers or even the hospitality industry. As far as felons and crime, any weekly scan of the Sheriff's Log reveals most is committed by locals or from neighboring counties.

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            Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
            Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:11:01   By: Anonymous
             
            Going to stop you right there, big fella. The empties I pick up during the week on our country road between the hours of 3:30 and 6pm are not from tourists.

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        Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
        Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:07:07   By: Anonymous
         
        Congrats. You win the hypocrite of the day award. Difficult to do solar in Arnold under the trees but plenty of us in other surrounding communities do.

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      Re: One Angry Simple Minded Man
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:05:23   By: Anonymous
       
      Thank you for this but their likely not listening. While we get passed by the guy in the raised bed truck spouting black oil smoke.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-09-16 19:37:07   By: Anonymous
 
How much is this going to cost, and who will he steal it from?

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 00:19:31   By: Anonymous
     
    Coal-powered children's toys, for all!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-09-16 19:41:53   By: Anonymous
 
THE LEFT LIVES IN FEAR, AND IT WORKS BEAUTIFULLY, TOO BAD THERE ARE ENOUGH OF US THAT LIVE IN THE REAL WORLD THAT CAN KEEP THESE LOSER'S UNDER CONTROL!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-16 20:56:58   By: Anonymous
     
    Thank you Dennis Mills.

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      Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
      Posted on: 2018-09-16 21:54:11   By: Anonymous
       
      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! LYING, CHEATING, CROOKED HILLARY!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


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        Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
        Posted on: 2018-09-17 09:16:33   By: Anonymous
         
        BIG TALK AS ANOTHER TRUMP CAMPAIGN WORKER PLEADS GUILTY.

        Soon it will be Mueller time and we can all watch Trump's impeachment on tv while enjoying our beverage of choice.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:12:29   By: Anonymous
     
    Now if we could only help you with punctuation, plurals and that annoying habit of yelling in Caps.

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      Re: Dummies
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:24:41   By: Anonymous
       
      Hey Jerry there is one seat on your Satellite , be on it !

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-09-17 12:34:04   By: Anonymous
     
    It would seem that those you choose to label as left or liberal are the only ones paying attention. It's perfectly reasonable to be fearful of the world we might be leaving our children and grandchildren and to work toward changing what we can.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-09-17 16:18:58   By: Anonymous
       
      I hug every tree I can .

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-09-17 19:30:08   By: Anonymous
 
Save the Earth. Punch a Trump supporter! Use the tears to water your house plants. Win X 3!

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