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    Quote Originally Posted by dogmatix View Post
    The original poster is on my ignore list for a reason.
    It's always amusing when the pondlife can't follow through with their original intent.
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    Glyphosate, I'll add that one now to the forums other most often misspelt words.
    Along with classics such as: reticle, Anschütz and Leupold.
    Just a friendly dig though, I've always found it amusing how often that word is pronounced incorrectly, especially by end users.
    Lucky it was cut and paste article, it might have detracted from its credibility otherwise.
    Blisters summed it up best..... TLDR

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    HAHA I just realised where the original "News" came from. Well "Comrade" keep fighting evil capitalism where you find it aye.
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    I could well be missing something but that link seems to be responding to a different presentation from Vrain than the one JBW posted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sneeze View Post
    I could well be missing something but that link seems to be responding to a different presentation from Vrain than the one JBW posted?
    Re his credibility

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    Meh. Everything is a carcinogen these days according to the scientists, can't even breathe without someone telling you that's bad for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshC View Post
    Meh. Everything is a carcinogen these days according to the scientists, can't even breathe without someone telling you that's bad for you
    Well you'd better stop breathing or you'll die.
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    Whats the safest then? Breathing in or breathing out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    Whats the safest then? Breathing in or breathing out?
    If you're under water with a snorkel, experience tells me breathe out. Particularly when you get back to the surface before you breathe back in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    Whats the safest then? Breathing in or breathing out?
    You don't need to concern yourself over such a weighty problem. Breathing is one of the automatic body functions triggered by the percentage of CO2 in the bloodstream. If it were not an automatic function and required thought, then there would be dead bodies everywhere. Sixty odd years ago there would probably have been a 50% kill rate, but today after 50 years of H&S legislation fostered by lawyer filth which has seen the stupid breeding the insanely stupid, we could expect a 90%+ result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    Re his credibility
    Credibility is a fluid thing some times. A quick search on the Kevin Folta from your link throws up questions on his credability.

    "However, documents show that Monsanto provided Dr. Folta with, in their words, “an unrestricted grant in the amount of $25,000 which may be used at your discretion in support of your research and outreach projects.”

    Something refuting the actuall claims made involving glysophate would be far more useful than trying to determine an individuals credibility
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    Glyphosate.

    Something refuting the actuall claims made involving glysophate would be far more useful than trying to determine an individuals credibility
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    Whats the safest then? Breathing in or breathing out?
    You've given me some food for thought with that question, @Tahr. I have come up with a very cunning scheme.

    Since we are not completely sure I've decided that @TimeRider and I should draw lots. The one that draws the short straw will do the breathing in for us both. The one with the long straw will do the breathing out. This should guarantee that one of us is around for this year's @Toby shoot.

    After all that deep thinking my brain hurts so I think I'll lie down for a bit to let it's thinking muscles recover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    You've given me some food for thought with that question, @Tahr. I have come up with a very cunning scheme.

    Since we are not completely sure I've decided that @TimeRider and I should draw lots. The one that draws the short straw will do the breathing in for us both. The one with the long straw will do the breathing out. This should guarantee that one of us is around for this year's @Toby shoot.

    After all that deep thinking my brain hurts so I think I'll lie down for a bit to let it's thinking muscles recover.
    I sometimes use the whats best "breathing in or breathing out" with clients who are having polarising conversations The answer of course is that there is merit to both, and like wise there is often merit to both sides of an argument. There is no universal truth.
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