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The more likely to believe in global warming (only a model), the less likely to think GMOs (actual science, splicing genes and stuff) are a good idea. Why are they so anti-science and against feeding poor people?

In Indy this past weekend, we were in downtown when the march against Monsanto was going down. I made fun of hippies. The kids were asking what hippies were. So, I explained. The kids thought they were wasting their time.

6 Responses to “Correlation”

  1. Ken Summers Says:

    Sadly, it’s not just hippies on the anti-Monsanto bandwagon witch hunt. I have some rightwing friends (some rightwing enough to make me a little nervous) on the same bent. Blair’s Law thrives.

  2. Ken Summers Says:

    Drat. I was hoping html tags would work in the comments.

  3. rickn8or Says:


    Wasn’t that the outfit that Shannon Watts was working for, trying to convince us that FrankenCorn was no big deal when she was inspired to leave it and found Mothers Demand Action??

  4. Robb Allen Says:

    Monsanto is an evil corporation. Truly vile. Not because of the GMO stuff, that’s awesome. But they are a HUGE crony-capitalism company, and that’s why I don’t like them.

    I like eating food, and in that regard they have helped tremendously. But they sue farmers whose crops get cross pollinated with their GMO stuff from fields miles away, and that’s bullshit.

  5. mikee Says:

    The correct response to hippie protests, as it is with KKK protests, is to turn one’s back on the marchers, bend slightly at the waist, and drop trousers in their direction.

    They deserve nothing but ridicule.

  6. whatifItoldyou Says:

    Monsanto is making a big play in the organic space – basically by cross pollinating everything, genetically testing them to see if if they have the potential for traits, only growing the ones they are interested in. When they grow them they are grown organically, it is not GMO, etc.