James 
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Re: “Voters Should Turn Their Attention to Corporate Subsides

Well said, Bruce.
To Charles, the jobs are already here, so why make rich corporations even richer?

Posted by James on 02/23/2010 at 11:16 PM

Re: “Perks coffee evicted from ferry terminal digs

carrying a fair trade option is not the same as being a fair trade organization. Why on earth wouldn´t you rather support, small, local businesses that are actively involved in communty development? Saying Perks is fine because it has fair trade coffee, is like saying Walmart is fine because not all of their clothing comes from sweatshops. And I know for sure that you´re an idiot

Posted by James on 10/29/2009 at 4:19 PM

Re: “GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY

Hey OP,
I find the best time to avoid driving with cyclists is around 6:30pm, downtown on the last Friday of every month. Check it out

Posted by James on 06/18/2009 at 9:39 PM

Re: “Waste of Time

To dr. Fever,
your attitude is exactly what's keeping canada from making any actual progress. The whole, "oh, what's the point of doing one little thing? if we can't do everything we might as well do nothing" - that's bs and you know it. It starts by doing little things. It's true that turning off your power for one hour equates to almost nothing. But it's a drop in the bucket, and the more awareness is raised and the more commitment is taken, then the more bigger issues we can tackle. That's how you generate momentum, the government isn't going to focus time and money on climate change and sustainability, until they see that Canadians are committed in their daily lives.

To Miles from Home,
you're incredibly wrong. It's not about finding a balance that WORKS for you. It's about finding out what works for the planet and the future of human life. If we don't change our behaviours radically we won't be able to live into the next century. There's a plethora of research to illustrate this. It is possible to live without a negative impact, but even without that, we have to reduce it to a point where it can be successfully dealt with/lived with, or mitigated. The reason the environment is in this current state is because we have been doing what worked for us and not what worked for the planet

Posted by James on 03/29/2009 at 10:16 PM

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