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March 21, 2005

I guess I hurt some feelings

My ENN commentary seems to have attracted the attention of the anti-environmental wing of the wingnut right.
I notice Dreissen didn't point out that I called his article "silly" and that I then went on to criticize misstatements from people who were actually important, but rather flattered himself that he was a "principle [sic] object of [my] wrath."
He then goes on to make the same claims I casually debunked, with no further supporting evidence, just re-quoting a piece in which one of his CNSNews cronies misquoted Gar Smith. Typical. Is there an echo in there, Paul?
And doesn't CNSNews employ proofreaders?

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Isn't there a dam in South America that is in the process of being , for lack of a better word, "undammed?" Seems like I saw a PBS show on this some time back.

Posted by: KathyF at March 21, 2005 08:05 AM
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